Canon Cameras Price in Pakistan
The best price of Canon Cameras in Pakistan is Rs. 2,500 and estimated average price is Rs. 204,828.
A great choice for ones camera needs, Canon has a range that can cater to the everyday photographer or someone who does professional and commercial work. Canon has point-and-shoot options, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras as well. There are various models in each category so one can choose something specific to their needs and budget. The prices are generally high, unless one purchases an older model.
Canon cameras are top-end options, this is one of the most used brands across the world. Nikon is its competitor, with brands such as Hasselblad and Leica a tier above these two. Canon cameras are used by many of the leading photographers in various fields, such as photo-journalists or fashion photographers.
The brand is based in Japan and has been producing great cameras consistently for over 3 decades. Aside from this Canon also produces printers, scanners, projectors and is a leader in the semiconductor and display manufacturing market.
The brand has made a few different ranges letting them cover multiple segments of the camera market. For average users one has the PowerShot point-and-shoot range, the next step is the PowerShot G which is for people who want a better camera but don't want the bulk of a larger camera. The PowerShot line has taken a significant hit since a lot of people use their smartphones for everyday photography, which is why it is rare to see anyone with a base-level digital camera.
The PowerShot G line of Canon cameras is a good choice for a prosumer, giving them a lot of options to use in a smaller sized body. These cameras have fixed lenses that have optical zoom abilities. Some of these also have a display which one can move about so in case you are taking a selfie it can be flipped over for the users to see their shot. The quality of images is from 20MPs or higher, giving you crisp images. Due to better sensors, this range also performs well in low light, with one not needing the flash as much so their pictures retain a natural feel.
The settings in a PowerShot G camera can be changed a bit too, so one can make use of their own feel. The pre-set profiles are ample for most users though.
DSLRs and mirrorless cameras
The EOS line from Canon is home to their DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. The DSLRs feature CMOS sensors and are available in crop-frame as well as full-frame. The latter is more often used by professionals and the former is for beginners in the photography world. The Canon DSLR cameras feature fast autofocus with multiple points that can be chosen. Some come with a touchscreen display as well so users can have added functionality.
The general layout of buttons on the Canon DSLRs is usually the same, this makes it easier for one to move up to a higher performance camera without having the relearn the usability from scratch. Canon's EOS-1D series is their flagship or the highest performance camera the brand has developed.
Mirrorless cameras are relatively new, but there are some winning features that are making them a user choice. The top advantages are the compact size in comparison to a DSLR, faster shooting speeds per second and a better ability as far as video is concerned. The improved video options are also aided by the ability to perform phase-detection based autofocus, unlike DSLRs. These features make the mirrorless a formidable choice. Canon has the EOS M tag for this range of options.
The DSLR and mirrorless cameras are the ones in which settings can be manipulated individually so a user can create exactly the tone and feel they want. This includes colour profiles, white balance, aperture, ISO and more.
The higher-end options that the brand has also feature weatherproofing so some degree of rain will not affect them. This works as long as the lens one has is also weatherproof otherwise there may be some seepage of moisture from the lens into the body. Lenses from the L Series are the ones that have this feature depending on the specific model. This is a feature that would suit someone who is a photo-journalist as their work is field-related and not done in a controlled environment.
Connectivity is achieved via a USB cable or some cameras even have WiFi and Bluetooth. The wireless options let one transfer files or connect their smartphone to control the camera via an app. The images are written onto flash memory cards and the pro-level options feature two different kinds so photographers have a backup in case there is any issue with the first card.
All the higher-end options from both the DSLR and mirrorless line have a lot of shared features. All of the lenses the brand has produced can be used with both kinds of these pro-level cameras. For the mirrorless camera, one needs a small adaptor/mount which lets you use all the older lenses you may have. This makes it easy to use one's lens collection which is a costly investment, many times even more so than the camera body itself.
Canon builds their cameras robust, especially the higher-end options, the thinking is that their devices will be used in a lot of different situations and a few bumps easily happen.
The price of Canon cameras varies, the PowerShot G line is relatively cheaper but is still a costly purchase. The DSLRs and mirrorless options are a lot more expensive unless one purchases an older model of the DSLR line.
Canon 90D DSLR Camera Body OnlyRs.265,000
Libec ZFC-L Zoom and Focus Control for Select Sony/Canon CamerasRs.21,000
Canon EOS 1200D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mmRs.51,999
Canon EOS 5DS R CameraRs.301,680
Canon EOS R Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only)Rs.375,499
Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR Camera (Body Only)Rs.251,449
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera (Body Only) - MBM WarrantyRs.352,535
Canon EOS RP Mirrorless Digital Camera Body With Mount AdapterRs.224,999
Canon Compact Digital Camera Red (IXUS-180)Rs.15,749
Canon Instant Gwh 24Dplus (12Ltr)Rs.30,500
Canon EOS 77D DSLR Camera (Body Only)Rs.96,925
Canon EOS RP RF24-105mm f/4-7.1 IS STMRs.332,999