Canon is adding two new members to its EOS DSLR lineup, the 77D and Rebel T7i (aka EOS 800D). The former is designed to be a step above the Rebel series but below the 80D, which was introduced nearly a year ago. It features a 24.2-megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor with a Digic 7 processor,
There’s also Bluetooth, NFC and WiFi Canon’s connectivity lunch for Rebel T7i controlling the camera remotely, EOS 77D Dual Pixel AF, fps continuous shooting, max ISO of 25,600 and a 45-point autofocus system. while video-recording is limited to 1080p at up to 60fps.
With the main differences being Canon’s that the T7i sports a slightly different layout, lacks a quick control dial on the back a EOS 77D nd ditches the LCD info display at the top.You’ll find Rebel T7i virtually lunch identical specs — most notably Dual Pixel AF — on the more affordable Rebel model,
Canon says both of these are intended for people who want a camera like the 80D but don’t want to spend over $1,000. Or,The EOS 77D and Rebel T7i will hit lunch stores in April for Rebel T7i $900 and $750 body-only, respectively. the new EOS M6 Canon’s mirrorless may be worth considering. if you’d rather have a more compact shooter,
Canon replaces its entry-level Rebel cameras often, Let’s start with the T7i. Rebel T7i and it’s the first Rebel camera to use Canon’s new Dual Pixel auto focusing system.but the lunch T7i is a relatively big jump when compared to the T6i or the T6s. The T7i has Canon’s latest image processor (DIGIC 7),
And it does this with 45 Canon’s cross-type auto focus points almost triple the amount of its predecessors.That gives the T7i the ability to EOS 77D focus in just 0.03 lunch seconds, according to Canon,
It’s also a shrewd decision considering the Rebel is one of the most popular cameras for first-time photographers.It’s a smart Canon’s way to teach lunch beginners the Rebel T7i implications of changing settings like EOS 77D aperture and shutter speed, and it’s an excellent use of the big, bright touchscreen.