Canon already announced the Canon R3 development and Canon’s recent mirrorless camera model Canon EOS R6 price in Nepal is less expensive than its bigger brother Canon EOS R5 which has a huge controversy because of the overheating issue, but It still stands out because of the great feature and image quality.
In this article, we are going to discuss the canon camera price in Nepal including the latest Canon EOS R series cameras like Canon R5,R6, and DSLR like Canon 1DX Mark III, 5D Mark IV, and also Canon rebel series cameras.
They have extremely excellent technology on the basis of a professional camera for photography or videography. They are always on the edge of developing their technology to improve the current camera quality.
From compact options, through DSLRs to its latest cutting-edge mirrorless models, Canon offers something for every type of photographer.
It has never disappointed to surprise the entire camera lover and its customers. Canon cameras have very little disappointing feedback.
Especially the new mirrorless technology which comes with the EOS r lineup Canon EOS RP, R5, and R6. Canon is also preparing to launch a new camera which might be called Canon R1 to replace the flagship Canon EOS-1D X Mark III as the new flagship camera.
There are two types of system on canon cameras, the first one is DSLR which includes the EF lens series and EF-S lens series, and the new technology which might be the future of all the camera companies is the mirrorless system.
Canon mirrorless technology offers EF-M lenses and RF lenses which are ridiculously good but at the same time quite expensive as well.
Canon Camera Mount Types
1. Canon EF Mount System Cameras
EF stands for “Electro-Focus” The automatic focusing on EF lenses is handled by a dedicated electric motor built into the lens. Mechanically, it is a bayonet-style mount, and all communication between the camera and lens takes place through electrical contacts; there are no mechanical levers or plungers. The mount was first introduced in 1987.
2. Canon RF Mount System Cameras
The Canon RF lens mount is the latest mount system from canon. It’s an interchangeable lens mount developed by Canon for its full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras like the latest Canon R6 and Canon R5 but The first featured canon RF camera was Canon EOS R, followed by the EOS RP which is the cheapest canon RF lens camera with a full-frame mount system. The RF mount was announced in September 2018.
3. Canon EF-M Mount System Cameras
The Canon EF-M lens mount is a crop mount system for the EOS-M camera like very popular Canon M-50. It is introduced in 2012, is a derivative of the Canon EF lens mount designed for use with the Canon EOS M mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
The EF-M lens mount is one of Canon’s two new systems for mirrorless cameras, the other being the RF mount.
The M system has an 18 mm flange focal distance (compared to 44 mm for EF and EF-S) and a 47 mm throat diameter (compared to 54 mm for EF and EF-S). As it is designed for use with an APS-C-sized image sensor, it features the same crop factor (of roughly 1.6) as the existing EF-S lens mount.
4. Canon EF-S Mount System Cameras
The Canon EF-S lens mount comes from the EF lens mount created for a subset of Canon digital single-lens reflex cameras with APS-C-sized image sensors. It was released in 2003. Cameras with the EF-S mount are backward compatible with the EF lenses and, as such, have a flange focal distance of 44.0 mm.
Only Canon cameras released after 2003 with APS-C sized sensors support the EF-S mount like Canon Rebel series camera (Canon t3i t4i t5i, Canon t4, t5, Canon Sl2, and more).
The “S” in EF-S has variously been described by Canon as coming from either “Small image circle” (the lens projects a smaller image circle than normal EF lenses to match the sensor), or “Short back focus” (the smaller mirror used in APS-C cameras also allows optical elements to protrude further into the camera body, reducing the minimum distance between the sensor and the back element of the lens).
The EF-S mount can be made smaller, lighter (containing less glass), faster (larger aperture), and more importantly less expensive.
It is hard to decide the best Canon camera from the list that Canon DSLR and Mirrorless System offers. So here we have listed the Canon DSLR and Mirrorless cameras to assist you to pick the best camera to depend on the budget you have and choices you like.
Canon DSLR Camera Price List in Nepal
|Canon EOS 1300D (18-55) IS II KIT||Rs 49,990|
|Canon EOS 1300D (18-55/55-250MM IS) KIT||Rs 68,490|
|Canon EOS 1500D KIT 18-55 III||Rs 67,990|
|Canon EOS 3000D KIT 18-55 III||Rs 45,490|
|Canon EOS 4000D KIT 18-55 III||Rs 44,990|
|Canon EOS 200D II (18-55)STM KIT||Rs 75,990|
|Canon EOS 750D (18-55mm STM)||Rs 78,490|
|Canon EOS 800D 18-55MM STM||Rs 80,490|
|Canon EOS 77D 18-555MM STM||Rs 104,990|
|Canon EOS 77D 18-135MM STM||Rs 127,990|
|Canon EOS 80D (18-135mm IS NANO)||Rs 150,990|
|Canon EOS 80D (BODY)||Rs 124,990|
|Canon EOS 90D (18-135mm IS NANO)||Rs 214,990|
|Canon EOS 6D (24-105mm)||Rs 229,490|
|Canon EOS 6D Mark II (BODY)||Rs 207,490|
|Canon EOS 6D Mark II (24-105) KIT||Rs 309,990|
|Canon EOS-5D IV (BODY)||Rs 344,990|
|Canon EOS-5D IV KIT 24-105/4LIS II||Rs 432,590|
|Canon EOS-1DX II BODY||Rs 658,990|
|Canon EOS-1DX III BODY||Rs 762,500|
Canon Mirrorless Camera Price List in Nepal
|Canon EOS M100 (15-45mm STM)||Rs 60,990|
|Canon EOS M10 (15-45mm)||Rs 47,490|
|Canon EOS M10 (15-45/22mm)||Rs 63,490|
|Canon EOS M10 (15-45/55-200mm)||Rs 73,490|
|Canon EOS M5 (15-45mm STM)||Rs 101,990|
|Canon EOS M5 (18-150mm STM)||Rs 126,990|
|Canon EOS M6 (15-45mm STM)||Rs 75,990|
|Canon EOS M6 (18-150mm STM)||Rs 107,490|
|Canon EOS M50 (KIT 15-45 (WHITE | BLACK)||Rs 84,990|
|Canon EOS M50 (KIT 15-45/55-200)||Rs 103,490|
|Canon EOS RP (BODY)||Rs 189,990|
|Canon EOS R (BODY)||Rs 263,490|
|Canon EOS R (24-105 KIT)||Rs 413,490|
|Canon EOS M200 (15-45mm)||Rs 78,490|
|Canon EOS R6||Rs 3,30,000 (Expected)|
|Canon EOS R5||Rs 5,00,000 (Expected)|
Canon camera authorized dealer in Nepal
If you are considering buying one of the canon cameras and want to crush the great images and videos then there are a bunch of authorized sellers which are available in Nepal where you can get your camera at a reasonable price.
There are mainly two distributors available which are International and Image Square are the authorized distributors of Canon Cameras in Nepal.
1. Primax International
Location: City Center, Ground Floor, Kamalpokhari, KathmanduContact Number: 01-4011688Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Image Square:
Location: Shop No. 106, 1st Floor, Civil Mall, Sundhara, KathmanduContact Number: 01-4257297Email Address: CIS.email@example.com
You can also buy Canon cameras in online stores in Nepal, but many users want to see them first, and like to buy them, so in my opinion, offline options are a way to go if you are considering buying a new camera.
Also, the warranty confirmation is much easier on the offline store where you might get direct contact with the service center if anything goes wrong.