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CANON CAMERA HIRE

Canon started creating cameras in the 1930s, and has been doing a pretty fantastic job of it ever since. One of the leading brands for DSLR cameras for decades, more recently Canon has created a world-class range of mirrorless cameras with the hugely popular EOS R series with jaw-dropping fidelity and a wealth of features, all supported by the exquisite RF lens mount system. Additionally, Canon has always produced exquisite video cameras, with options ranging from handheld video models all the way up to professional cinema production units, with intense accuracy and more features than you can shake a tripod at. Still the go-to for older DSLR models as well, picking a Canon camera for your next project is not a choice you will regret.

CANON CAMERA HIRE

Canon started creating cameras in the 1930s, and has been doing a pretty fantastic job of it ever since. One of the leading brands for DSLR cameras for decades, more recently Canon has created a world-class range of mirrorless cameras and handheld video models with jaw-dropping fidelity and a wealth of features.

CANON LENS HIRE

Whilst Canon’s most recent lens system is the incredibly sharp RF-mount system, EF lenses are still native to many of their production cameras, as well as DSLR models. The RF system offer breathtaking accuracy all the way to the corners, whilst EF continues to be a firm favourite for mirrorless customers with a little help from the EF to RF mount converter. The combination of these lens systems, coupled with Canon's more specialised options, means there is almost overwhelming choice in the lens department for Canon even before we mention third party manufacturers like Sigma, which also produces a wide range of lenses for Canon cameras.

CANON LENS HIRE

Whilst Canon’s most recent lens system is the incredibly sharp RF-mount system, EF lenses are still native to many of their production cameras, as well as DSLR models. The RF system offer breathtaking accuracy all the way to the corners, whilst EF continues to be a firm favourite for mirrorless customers with a little help from the EF to RF mount converter.