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  1. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS M50

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Links Quick Info Description Photos of the Camera Video Review Comparison with Similar Cameras Technical Specification Image Samples Video Sample Full Review Discussion Forum Recommended Deals QUICK LINKS Review: Full Canon EOS M50 Review Discussion: Canon EOS M50 Discussion Recommended Deals: Canon EOS M50 Best Deals Files: Brochure | User Manual | Firmware Tags: Canon EOS M50 | M50 QUICK CANON EOS M50 INFO Effective Pixels: 24MP Sensor Size: APS-C (22.3 × 14.9mm) Maximum Image Resolution: 6000 × 4000px Maximum Video Resolution: 3840 × 2160 @ 23.98p ISO: 100-25600 Dynamic Range: 13 stops Color Depth: 14 bit Lens Mount: Canon EF Card Slots: 1× SD Card Battery Type: LP-E12 Weight: 390g / 0.86lb Warranty: Limited 1-Year List Price: US $779 | UK £650 | DE €699 Current Price: Amz DESCRIPTION Canon EOS M50 is an attractive camera from the EOS M series because Canon has placed a wide range of functions in a small body. Some of these functions appear in the cameras from the series for the first time. The camera is equipped with the 24MP CMOS sensor (with the ISO range of 100 - 51200), in APS-C format, supported by the latest DIGIC 8 processor, which enables continuous shooting with the speed of 10f/s and recording films in 4K. However, in the second case, we will be limited by a 1.6× crop factor (2.25× with the stabilization system turned on) and a phase-detection autofocus. The camera is also equipped with a phase-detection Dual Pixel AF, which has been well-rated by us during the tests. The autofocus is perfect for recording films and it is supposed to become event more efficient, thanks to 143 AF points and 100%vertical frame coverage (with selected lenses). What's more, we also have a 2.36MP built-in electronic viewfinder, which will be surely appreciated by more professional photographers, and a rotating touch LCD screen, with the resolution of 1.04Mp, which is supposed to significantly facilitate camera operation and navigation through the photographs and the preview mode. Canon has also introduced a new, C-RAW, image format, which saves full-size RAWs in a 40% smaller file, extended wireless functions (by adding a possibility of sending photographs immediately during takim them), a possibility of silent photography (electronic shutter mode) and support for the EOS Utility program, which enables easy tethering and controlling the camera from the computer. With the use of M50, we will also be able to record time-lapses in 4K and slow-motion films in HD, with the speed of 120 f/s. In addition, as one of really few cameras in its class, it offers a microphone connection, thanks to which it may become popular among vloggers and other people who like to record films and transfer them to the Internet. PHOTOS OF CANON EOS M50 CANON EOS M50 VIDEO REVIEW COMPARISON WITH SIMILAR CAMERAS COMING SOON CANON EOS M50 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION CANON EOS M50 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION TYPE OF CAMERA & OPTICS Camera Type SLR-Style Mirrorless Lens Mount Type Canon EF-M Lens Type N/A IMAGE SENSOR Sensor Type CMOS Crop Factor 1.6× Sensor Size 22.3 × 14.9mm Low-Pass Filter Yes Effective Pixels 24MP Total Sensor Pixels 24MP Sensor Pixel Size 3.71μm Sensor Dynamic Range 13 stops Image Ratio 1:1 4:3 3:2 16:9 Maximum Resolution 6000 × 4000px Other Resolutions 3:2 Aspect Ratio: Large: 6000 × 4000, Medium: 3984 × 2656, Small 1: 2976 × 1984, Small 2: 2400 × 1600, RAW: 6000 × 4000, C-RAW: 6000 × 4000 16:9 Aspect Ratio: Large: 6000 × 3368, Medium: 3984 × 2240, Small 1: 2976 × 1680, Small 2: 2400 × 1344, RAW: 6000 × 3368, C-RAW: 6000 × 3368 4:3 Aspect Ratio: Large: 5328 × 4000, Medium: 3552 × 2664, Small 1: 2656 × 1992, Small 2: 2112 × 1600, RAW: 5328 × 4000, C-RAW: 5328 × 4000 1:1 Aspect Ratio: Large: 4000 × 4000, Medium: 2656 × 2656, Small 1: 1984 × 1984, Small 2: 1600 × 1600, RAW: 4000 × 4000, C-RAW: 4000 × 4000 Image Stabilization No Pixel Shift Technology No Dust Reduction System Yes PROCESSOR Processor Digic 8 EXPOSURE Exposure Metering System No Data Metering Methods Center-Weighted Average Metering Evaluative Metering Partial Metering Spot Metering Exposure Modes Aperture Priority Manual Program Shutter Priority Exposure Bracketing No SENSITIVITY Native ISO Sensitivity 100-25600 Lowest ISO 100 Highest ISO 51200 WHITE BALANCE White Balance Presets Auto (Ambience Priority) Auto (White Priority) Daylight Shade Cloudy Tungsten Light White Fluorescent Light Flash, Custom Color Temperature White Balance Bracketing 6 FILE SYSTEM Uncompressed Formats RAW Other Formats JPEG FOCUS Autofocus Dual Pixel CMOS AF System (Phase detection pixels built onto imaging sensor) Manual Focus Yes Number of Autofocus Points Contrast Detection: 143 Phase Detection: 99 Autofocus Sensitivity 0 to +20 EV (ISO 100, 20°C/68°F) Autofocus Modes Contrast Detect (sensor) Phase Detect Multi-area Center Selective single-point Tracking Single Continuous Touch Face Detection Live View Autofocus Stacking No Autofocus Fine Tune No Eye Autofocus: No SHUTTER Shutter Type Electronically controlled focal-place shutter Slowest Shutter Speed 30sec Fastest Shutter Speed 1/4000sec Fastest Electronic Shutter Speed No Data Bulb Shutter Mode No Shutter Release Modes No Data Top Shooting Speed 10.0fps Buffer Size No Data Silent Shutter Yes Shutter Life Expectancy No Data Self-Timer Yes 2 or 10 sec, custom VIEWFINDER Viewfinder Type Electronic Viewfinder Resolution 2,360,000 Viewfinder Coverage 100% Viewfinder Magnification No Data SCREEN Articulated LCD Fully articulated Screen Type TFT LCD Screen Size 3″ Screen Dots 1,040,000 Touch Screen Yes FLASH Built-In Flash Yes Accessory Shoe Yes Flash Bracketing No Flash Modes No Data Flash Sync Speed 1 / 200sec Dedicated Flash System eTTL VIDEO FEATURES Video Resolutions 3840 × 2160 @ 23.98p / 120 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1920 × 1080 @ 60p / 60 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1920 × 1080 @ 30p / 30 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1920 × 1080 @ 23.98p / 30 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1280 × 720 @ 120p / 52 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1280 × 720 @ 60p / 26 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC Movie File Formats MPEG-4 MP4 Video Compression H.264 Maximum Recording Time Up to 29min 59sec Audio Format AAC LC Time-Lapse Recording Yes STORAGE Storage Types SD/SDHC/SDXC slot (UHS-I compatible) Card Slots 1× CONNECTIVITY USB USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec) HDMI Yes (micro-HDMI) Microphone Port Yes Headphone Port No Wi-Fi Functionality Yes Bluetooth Yes NFC Yes Remote Control Yes (via smartphone) GPS No MENU Total Settings No Data Supported Languages English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Ukrainian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Malay, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Japanese POWER Battery Type LP-E12 Battery Life 235 Battery Charger Yes LC-E12E AC Adapter ACK-E12 (Optional) Internal Charging Supported No Vertical Battery Grip No PHYSICAL FEATURES Body Material Polycarbonate Weather Sealed No Dimensions (W × H × D) 116 × 88 × 59mm 4.57 × 3.46 × 2.32″ Operating Environment 0 – 40 °C 32 - 104 °F 85% or Less Humidity Weight 390g 0.86lb WARRANTY Warranty Limited 1-Year PRICE MSRP US $779 | UK £650 | DE €699 CANON EOS M50 IMAGE SAMPLES COMING SOON CANON EOS M50 VIDEO SAMPLE FULL CANON EOS M50 REVIEW COMING SOON CANON EOS M50 DISCUSSION FORUM RECOMMENDED DEALS
  2. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS M50 Discussion

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Links Quick Info Description Photos of the Camera Video Review Comparison with Similar Cameras Technical Specification Image Samples Video Sample Full Review Discussion Forum Recommended Deals QUICK LINKS Review: Full Canon EOS M50 Review Discussion: Canon EOS M50 Discussion Recommended Deals: Canon EOS M50 Best Deals Files: Brochure | User Manual | Firmware Tags: Canon EOS M50 | M50 QUICK CANON EOS M50 INFO Effective Pixels: 24MP Sensor Size: APS-C (22.3 × 14.9mm) Maximum Image Resolution: 6000 × 4000px Maximum Video Resolution: 3840 × 2160 @ 23.98p ISO: 100-25600 Dynamic Range: 13 stops Color Depth: 14 bit Lens Mount: Canon EF Card Slots: 1× SD Card Battery Type: LP-E12 Weight: 390g / 0.86lb Warranty: Limited 1-Year List Price: US $779 | UK £650 | DE €699 Current Price: Amz DESCRIPTION Canon EOS M50 is an attractive camera from the EOS M series because Canon has placed a wide range of functions in a small body. Some of these functions appear in the cameras from the series for the first time. The camera is equipped with the 24MP CMOS sensor (with the ISO range of 100 - 51200), in APS-C format, supported by the latest DIGIC 8 processor, which enables continuous shooting with the speed of 10f/s and recording films in 4K. However, in the second case, we will be limited by a 1.6× crop factor (2.25× with the stabilization system turned on) and a phase-detection autofocus. The camera is also equipped with a phase-detection Dual Pixel AF, which has been well-rated by us during the tests. The autofocus is perfect for recording films and it is supposed to become event more efficient, thanks to 143 AF points and 100%vertical frame coverage (with selected lenses). What's more, we also have a 2.36MP built-in electronic viewfinder, which will be surely appreciated by more professional photographers, and a rotating touch LCD screen, with the resolution of 1.04Mp, which is supposed to significantly facilitate camera operation and navigation through the photographs and the preview mode. Canon has also introduced a new, C-RAW, image format, which saves full-size RAWs in a 40% smaller file, extended wireless functions (by adding a possibility of sending photographs immediately during takim them), a possibility of silent photography (electronic shutter mode) and support for the EOS Utility program, which enables easy tethering and controlling the camera from the computer. With the use of M50, we will also be able to record time-lapses in 4K and slow-motion films in HD, with the speed of 120 f/s. In addition, as one of really few cameras in its class, it offers a microphone connection, thanks to which it may become popular among vloggers and other people who like to record films and transfer them to the Internet. PHOTOS OF CANON EOS M50 CANON EOS M50 VIDEO REVIEW COMPARISON WITH SIMILAR CAMERAS COMING SOON CANON EOS M50 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION CANON EOS M50 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION TYPE OF CAMERA & OPTICS Camera Type SLR-Style Mirrorless Lens Mount Type Canon EF-M Lens Type N/A IMAGE SENSOR Sensor Type CMOS Crop Factor 1.6× Sensor Size 22.3 × 14.9mm Low-Pass Filter Yes Effective Pixels 24MP Total Sensor Pixels 24MP Sensor Pixel Size 3.71μm Sensor Dynamic Range 13 stops Image Ratio 1:1 4:3 3:2 16:9 Maximum Resolution 6000 × 4000px Other Resolutions 3:2 Aspect Ratio: Large: 6000 × 4000, Medium: 3984 × 2656, Small 1: 2976 × 1984, Small 2: 2400 × 1600, RAW: 6000 × 4000, C-RAW: 6000 × 4000 16:9 Aspect Ratio: Large: 6000 × 3368, Medium: 3984 × 2240, Small 1: 2976 × 1680, Small 2: 2400 × 1344, RAW: 6000 × 3368, C-RAW: 6000 × 3368 4:3 Aspect Ratio: Large: 5328 × 4000, Medium: 3552 × 2664, Small 1: 2656 × 1992, Small 2: 2112 × 1600, RAW: 5328 × 4000, C-RAW: 5328 × 4000 1:1 Aspect Ratio: Large: 4000 × 4000, Medium: 2656 × 2656, Small 1: 1984 × 1984, Small 2: 1600 × 1600, RAW: 4000 × 4000, C-RAW: 4000 × 4000 Image Stabilization No Pixel Shift Technology No Dust Reduction System Yes PROCESSOR Processor Digic 8 EXPOSURE Exposure Metering System No Data Metering Methods Center-Weighted Average Metering Evaluative Metering Partial Metering Spot Metering Exposure Modes Aperture Priority Manual Program Shutter Priority Exposure Bracketing No SENSITIVITY Native ISO Sensitivity 100-25600 Lowest ISO 100 Highest ISO 51200 WHITE BALANCE White Balance Presets Auto (Ambience Priority) Auto (White Priority) Daylight Shade Cloudy Tungsten Light White Fluorescent Light Flash, Custom Color Temperature White Balance Bracketing 6 FILE SYSTEM Uncompressed Formats RAW Other Formats JPEG FOCUS Autofocus Dual Pixel CMOS AF System (Phase detection pixels built onto imaging sensor) Manual Focus Yes Number of Autofocus Points Contrast Detection: 143 Phase Detection: 99 Autofocus Sensitivity 0 to +20 EV (ISO 100, 20°C/68°F) Autofocus Modes Contrast Detect (sensor) Phase Detect Multi-area Center Selective single-point Tracking Single Continuous Touch Face Detection Live View Autofocus Stacking No Autofocus Fine Tune No Eye Autofocus: No SHUTTER Shutter Type Electronically controlled focal-place shutter Slowest Shutter Speed 30sec Fastest Shutter Speed 1/4000sec Fastest Electronic Shutter Speed No Data Bulb Shutter Mode No Shutter Release Modes No Data Top Shooting Speed 10.0fps Buffer Size No Data Silent Shutter Yes Shutter Life Expectancy No Data Self-Timer Yes 2 or 10 sec, custom VIEWFINDER Viewfinder Type Electronic Viewfinder Resolution 2,360,000 Viewfinder Coverage 100% Viewfinder Magnification No Data SCREEN Articulated LCD Fully articulated Screen Type TFT LCD Screen Size 3″ Screen Dots 1,040,000 Touch Screen Yes FLASH Built-In Flash Yes Accessory Shoe Yes Flash Bracketing No Flash Modes No Data Flash Sync Speed 1 / 200sec Dedicated Flash System eTTL VIDEO FEATURES Video Resolutions 3840 × 2160 @ 23.98p / 120 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1920 × 1080 @ 60p / 60 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1920 × 1080 @ 30p / 30 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1920 × 1080 @ 23.98p / 30 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1280 × 720 @ 120p / 52 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC 1280 × 720 @ 60p / 26 Mbps, MOV, H.264, AAC Movie File Formats MPEG-4 MP4 Video Compression H.264 Maximum Recording Time Up to 29min 59sec Audio Format AAC LC Time-Lapse Recording Yes STORAGE Storage Types SD/SDHC/SDXC slot (UHS-I compatible) Card Slots 1× CONNECTIVITY USB USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec) HDMI Yes (micro-HDMI) Microphone Port Yes Headphone Port No Wi-Fi Functionality Yes Bluetooth Yes NFC Yes Remote Control Yes (via smartphone) GPS No MENU Total Settings No Data Supported Languages English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Ukrainian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Malay, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Japanese POWER Battery Type LP-E12 Battery Life 235 Battery Charger Yes LC-E12E AC Adapter ACK-E12 (Optional) Internal Charging Supported No Vertical Battery Grip No PHYSICAL FEATURES Body Material Polycarbonate Weather Sealed No Dimensions (W × H × D) 116 × 88 × 59mm 4.57 × 3.46 × 2.32″ Operating Environment 0 – 40 °C 32 - 104 °F 85% or Less Humidity Weight 390g 0.86lb WARRANTY Warranty Limited 1-Year PRICE MSRP US $779 | UK £650 | DE €699 CANON EOS M50 IMAGE SAMPLES COMING SOON CANON EOS M50 VIDEO SAMPLE FULL CANON EOS M50 REVIEW COMING SOON CANON EOS M50 DISCUSSION FORUM RECOMMENDED DEALS View full gear record
  3. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS M100 Announcement

    Canon EOS M100 is a successor of the two-year-old Canon EOS M10. M100 offers some quite interesting functions for accessible price. The specification of EOS M100 can be a bit surprising, taking into consideration Canon’s current policy. The heart of the camera is the 24Mp APS-C sensor, which is supported by the newest DIGIC 7 processor. Thanks to such a set, we can take photographs within ISO sensitivity range of 100 – 25600 with the speed of 6f/s or with full support of continuous autofocus with the speed of 4f/s. 1). Canon EOS M100 Dual Pixel AF, known from more expensive models, is responsible for focus adjustment. It should perfectly fulfill its function in both photography and video recording. Dual Pixel AF is possibly the best autofocus system available on the market at the moment. 2). Canon EOS M100 When it comes to the design and construction, the camera hasn’t undergone significant changes when compared to its predecessor. Of course, we have a folding 3’’ touch screen, and wireless functions, for which there is a dedicated button. The dimensions of the new mirrorless camera are 108x67x35mm and it weighs 302g. 3). Canon EOS M100 As one can easily guess, the camera does not record movies in 4K, but the fact that it offers a possibility of recording them in Full HD 1080p with the speed of 60f/s might be slight consolation. 4). Canon EOS M100 The camera is to appear on the market in October. It will be sold in 3 color versions and in 2 sets: for $600 in a set with the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens or for $950 in a set with the 15-45mm and 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM lenses.
  4. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS 200D Announcement

    The next camera presented by Canon is EOS 200D – a much-awaited EOS 100D's successor. The new version, similarly to its predecessor, is an ultra-compact reflex camera, which weighs merely 453g. Yet, as for a budget camera, it's pretty well-equipped. The main element of the camera is CMOS (APS-C) sensor, with the resolution of 24Mp (its predecessor had 18 Mp). The sensor is supported by the latest generation DIGIC 7 processor, whose function is to, among other things, improve the overall efficiency of the camera. The camera enables us to shoot photographs within the ISO range of 100-25600, which can be extended to 51200. The new Canon makes it possible to take photographs with the speed of 5f/s (single mode) or 3.5f/s (continuous mode). 1). Canon EOS 200D The autofocus, Dual Pixel AF, is known from other newest models and it combines phase and contrast detection. However, this is not the same version which was used in the higher-level models, since in the new 200D we only have 9 AF points to choose from. When it comes to film-making functions, as we could have expected, we do not have a possibility of recording films in 4K, but only in Full HD (60f/s). 2). Canon EOS 200D What's more, the camera is equipped with a 3'' touch screen (fully swiveling and rotating), with the resolution of 1.040.000 points. We can also connect the camera with mobile devices, via Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth. 3). Canon EOS 200D Canon EOS 200D should appear on sale in August 2017 in two color versions – black and silver. It will cost around $550 (for the body) or around $700 (in the set with 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lens).
  5. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS 6D Mark II Announcement

    Canon EOS 6D Mark II has possibly been the most awaited Canon reflex camera this year. For many users, it has also become the greatest disappointment of the year. The first version of the camera, which was a hit in 2012, proved to be useful in almost every form of photography. It was also commonly used by video-makers. That's why the expectations were very high, especially taking into consideration the fact that 6D fans have waited for an upgrade for almost 5 years. The heart of a new Canon is 26-megapixel CMOS sensor, supported by the DIGIC7 processor, which is the fastest one in the producer's offer. Thanks to such a combination, we can take photographs with ISO sensitivity reaching 40.000 (expanded to 102.400) and the speed of 6.5 f/s. 1). Canon EOS 6D Mark II The camera, such as 5D Mark IV, has been equipped with a 45-points AF system (all cross-type points). What's more, in Live View mode we will be able to use a highly-rated Dual Pixel AF system, based on phase-detection sensor pixels. On the outside, the camera looks almost identical to its predecessor. A novelty in the design is a rotating 3'' LCD touch screen with the resolution of 1.04 Mp, which will surely make filmmakers happy. 2). Canon EOS 6D Mark II Apart from that, the camera is equipped with wireless communication module (Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth) and GPS. The housing is, of course, sealed. A big disappointment is the lack of dual memory card slot. The camera handles only one SD card. This slightly disqualifies it from purely professional usage, such as wedding photography. The second issue will for sure not make filmmakers happy. The camera does not record films in 4K – we only have a possibility of recording in Full HD, with the speed of 60f/s. It's a little strange since a large group of customers is constituted by video photographers and competitive companies mount this function in all cameras within this price range. 3). Canon EOS 6D Mark II The camera will appear on sale at the beginning of August and it will cost $1999 for the body, or $2599 and $3099 in the sets with EF 24-105mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM or EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM lenses.
  6. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS M6 Announcement

    Canon EOS M6 is a direct upgrade of the EOS M3 model which was presented two years ago. Therefore, Canon, like several other companies, creates a mess in the naming of its products, as this model is placed lower than the, presented almost half a year ago, EOS M5 model… But let’s forget about the name and focus on the specification. EOS M6, like other reflex cameras presented today, has a quick, pixel-based phase detection Dual Pixel AF autofocus system. Besides that, we also get a 24-miliion APS-C sensor supported by the newest DIGIC 7 processor, which enables work with 100-25600 sensitivity, a 7fps and 9fps (in a single AF mode) continuous shooting mode. 1). Canon EOS M6 The rear and upper panels have been reconstructed, and they are to contribute to a more ergonomic work with the camera. 2). Canon EOS M6 The camera also has a rotating and folding 3’’ LCD touch screen. Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity systems have been built in. Of course, there is no possibility of recording movies in 4K. Instead, we can record in Full HD with the speed up to 60fps. 3). Canon EOS M6 Along with the camera, the producer presented an optional Canon EVF-DC2 electronic viewfinder mounted to a hot shoe, with a 2.36 megapixel resolution. 4). Canon EVF-DC2 Electronic Viewfinder Canon EOS M6 is to appear on the market in April, and it will be sold for $780 for a body. In a set with EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM or EF-M 18-150 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lenses, we will have to pay $900 and $1280 respectively.
  7. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS Rebel T7i (800D) Announcement

    Yet another Canon camera presented today is the EOS Rebel T7i (800D) model dedicated for beginners. The camera has a 24 megapixel sensor supported by the DIGIC 7 processor, which enables work with 100-25600 sensitivity. 45-point Dual Pixel AF autofocus system, which has high effectiveness also in Live View mode and is known from other much more advanced constructions, is also at our disposal. The maximum speed with which we can take photos is 6fps. 1). Canon EOS Rebel T7i (800D) The camera has a 3’’ rotating LCD screen with touch functions and a built-in Bluetooth wireless connectivity and Wi-Fi. 2). Canon EOS Rebel T7i (800D) The camera is to appear on the market at the beginning of April, and it will cost $749 for a body. It will be also available in the versions with kit lenses.
  8. MICHAEL GABLER

    Canon EOS 77D Announcement

    Canon EOS 77D is a new camera dedicated for advanced enthusiasts of photography, and it shares most of its specification with the EOS 80D model. The camera has a 24 megapixel CMOS sensor of a APS-C format, and a 1.6x crop factor, which is supported by the newest DIGIC 7 image processor, and a 45-point Dual Pixel AF autofocus system. The camera enables continuous shooting with the maximum speed of 6fps with 100-25600 sensitivity. 1). Canon EOS 77D In the camera we also have a 3'' rotating touch screen and a supporting LCD screen on the upper panel. Apart from that, we also get Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth communication systems. 2). Canon EOS 77D The fact which may be surprising is that the camera does not record movies in 4K, but only in Full HD 1080p, with the speed of 60fps, with which we will be able to use the electronic image stabilization. The camera is also not weather sealed. 3). Canon EOS 77D Canon EOS 77D will cost $900 and it will be also available in the versions with lenses. It will appear on the market in April.

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