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Canon has bulked out the popular EOS camera range with two entry-level DSLRs, as well as some high-end lenses and flash units.

The EOS 600D has an 18Mp sensor and offers 1080p recording, which can be watched back on its 3in hi-res rotatable LCD.

Canon EOS 600D

The EOS 1100D has a 12.2Mp sensor, handles 720p recording and has a 2.7in LCD. Both cameras are available in March. The EOS 600 will set you back £770, while the EOS 1100D will cost £500, both of which come equipped with the latest 18-55mm IS II kit lens.

Canon EOS 1100D

On the topic of such, the company has launched two super-telephoto lenses perfect for wildlife and sports photography. The EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM and the EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM. Both lenses will be available sometime later this year and will cost £9000 and £11,300 respectively.

EF 500mm f4L IS II USM

Canon has also expanded its range of Speedlite flashes, with the Speedlite 320EX and the Speedlite 270EX, which can be used either on the camera or as a slave unit in a wireless setup. The 320X will sell at £250 while the 270EX will cost £180 when they go on sale in March. ®

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