Canon vs. Canon? See our comparison pages to assist in your selection!


posted Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 11:40 AM EST


You old school IR veterans will already know all about these, but for anyone new to our website we didn't want you to miss out on our camera comparison system. It's a great way to help you view your camera selections side-by-side, after which you can dive into our deeper content once you've somewhat narrowed the playing field.

For this article I've chosen Canon cameras to highlight our comparison pages because the Canon 6D Mark II has finally arrived some 5 years after the popular 6D first came to market. Because DSLRs often look very similar upon first glance, especially models from the same basic line, we developed our A vs. B comparison system to allow you to quickly peruse the basic differences, and similarities, both above and below the hood from model to model. This will help you quickly find which ones suit your specific purposes and price range, after which you can use tools like our Comparometer to compare the basic image quality. (We'll have 6D Mark II lab samples available soon!)

So, what shall it be today... Full Frame? APS-C? Perhaps something in a compact variety?
Let the battles begin!

Canon 5D Mark IV vs. Canon 6D Mark II


Classic full frame Canons slug it out... one with a higher pedigree, and one a better price.


Canon 7D vs. Canon 7D II


No camera line has had better success in our Photo of the Day contest. So which one is better for your shooting needs?


Canon T7i vs. Canon SL2


Two newer models from the eminently popular Rebel line... but with different sizes and features to choose from.


Canon 80D vs. Canon 77D


Stepping up from a Rebel, eh? Find out which model will get the job done for you.


Canon G7X Mark II vs. Canon G9X Mark II


Needing a pocket camera with a large sensor for your next trip? See which one will work the best!


Canon 1D X Mark II vs. Canon 5D Mark IV


Do you want a heavyweight, or do you need the ultimate heavyweight? Get started here!

Try your own custom comparisons