Canon has gradually become one of the leaders of the digital imaging solutions market and it seeks to solidify its position by improving and releasing new hardware. The company has announced two new DLSR cameras to its acclaimed EOS series, the EOS 77D and EOS Rebel T7i.
The new cameras were announced as a way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the launch of Canon’s EOS System. Both cameras have been developed and designed to satisfy the needs of both entry-level as well as those of amateurs or advanced photographers.
The most notable aspect of both the EOS 77D and the Rebel T7i DLSRs is the fact that they come with an optical viewfinder with All Cross-type AF 45-point system. This enables users to obtain a high-level of focus for their photos. When the cameras are in their live view mode, they use the Dual Pixel CMOS AF, developed by Canon, to deliver what may be the world’s fastest AF focus speed of only 0.03 seconds. This technical feature allows users to easily find and focus on the object of their photos and quickly capture it.
Other common features of the cameras are the fact that they come with built-in [email protected] and [email protected] technology which allows users to easily transfer their photos. They also include a 24.2 MP CMOS sensor, a DIGI 7 Image processor.
Furthermore, both the EOS 77D and Rebel T7i cameras feature a 3.0-inch touchscreen LCD, high-speed continuous shooting at a maximum of 6 frames per second, as well as HDR and Time-lapse movie.
On one hand, the Rebel T7i camera has been developed with the feedback Canon has collected from various entry-level photographers who wanted to deepen their photography skills, and this new camera allows to do just that. Users will be able to see on the screen how the different modes or settings of the camera can affect the photo they are about to take. This allows users to capture more compelling images.
On the other hand, the EOS 77D camera is meant for more advanced amateur photographers, as it is meant for users who want to get to the next level of photography. Both cameras will be launching in April 2017. The Rebel T7i will have an estimated retail price of $750, while EOS 77D will cost $900. The prices are only for the body of the camera.
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