Canon’s newest full-frame mirrorless camera, the TR7510, was launched last week, but has yet to hit the shelves.
The camera, which retails for $799.99, is aimed at Canon users who want a full-size mirrorless system for use on Canon’s EF, EF-S, EF, EOS, and EF-M mount systems.
It’s a good choice for Canon’s high-end range of SLRs, which use EF lenses, and Canon’s $1,200 mirrorless systems, which are typically used with the Canon EF-s, EF lenses.
The TR7530 is another popular entry-level mirrorless DSLR, which offers better resolution and higher resolution than the Canon mirrorless offerings.
Both mirrorless cameras have similar image quality, though the TR6520 is an upgrade over the TR7020.
Canon’s mirrorless range of products include the PIX-1 and PIXL-series mirrorless models.
Both systems offer a range of image quality from the wide-angle (10-16mm) to the telephoto (20-85mm) lens, as well as some zoom modes for capturing video.
Both are capable of capturing full-HD 1080p video, and both offer image stabilization.
The Canon PixMA TR7040 is the larger of the two, with a 2.2-inch LCD touchscreen.
It has a 14-megapixel sensor with a 1.7x optical zoom, f/2.2 aperture, and a f/1.7 lens.
The PIXM-TTR7040 comes in a 12-megapixels sensor, with an f/5.6 aperture and a 1:1.2 lens.
Canon sells a variety of lenses for its mirrorless lineup, but its PIXA-T-Series and PEX-T series mirrorless lenses are popular.
It comes with a 12mm f/3.5-5.0 and a 12.3mm f