Each interchangeable lens DSLR within the EOS range offers a range of features and benefits designed to help you get more from your photography or filmmaking.
Professional Photographer Richard Walch takes you through the different range of EOS systems to help you decide which interchangeable lens camera to choose.
As well as its own lenses, the full-frame EOS R System can use EF and EF-S lenses via a choice of lens mount adapters.
Canon full-frame DSLR cameras accepts full-frame EF lenses. These range from ultra-wide angle to super-telephoto, plus optics with tilt-shift perspective control and extremely wide apertures.
DSLRs built around the standard sized APS-C sensor can use both EF-S and full-frame EF optics – giving photographers a huge choice. When using EF lenses, they give a more telephoto crop compared with the same lens on a full-frame EOS making them particularly suitable for sports and wildlife photography.
Canon mirrorless APS-C cameras have their own range of compact and portable EF-M lenses, but they can also use EF and EF-S lenses via a lens mount adapter. This gives photographers who’ve already invested elsewhere in the EOS system the ability to own a compact mirrorless camera.