Canon EOS 750D & 760D Comparison

31 Jul 2015 10:39:18 AM

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James from Ted's Cameras compares the features and benefits of the new Canon EOS 750D & EOS 760D Comparison

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James: Hi I'm James and welcome to Get Teducated. I've got with me today the Canon EOS 750D and 760D DSLR cameras, and will be doing a quick overview of the differences between the two.

To begin with, let's take a look at the differences as there's really not a lot between them. While the 750D retains the same body style and layout as it's predecessor, the 760D is aimed more towards enthusiasts who still prefer the more compact size of the entry-level bodies. What Canon have done is added a top LCD for quick review as well as a rear control wheel allowing quicker access to manual controls, features which are usually reserved for their higher-end bodies.

Aside from the differences in control layout, the two cameras are essentially the same. Both of these models are built around a brand new 24 Megapixel sensor, which is quite a jump in resolution from the 18 Megapixels seen in the previous models. These additional pixels will enable larger print sizes, or simply provide a little more flexibility when it comes to cropping and re-framing images. To make the most of the new sensor, the 750 and 760D incorporate the latest DiG!C 6 image processor for excellent low-light performance and detail.

The other new technology that Canon have implemented here is the latest Hybrid AF III autofocus system. This is the system that allows fast autofocus response while using the Live View LCD during both photos and video, meaning you can now use the LCD screen to compose your shot without sacrificing autofocus speed at that critical moment as you hit the shutter button. Of course, both bodies are fully compatible with the entire Canon range of EF and EF-S quality lenses.

The 750 and 760D now include WiFi, allowing you to wirelessly connect your phone or tablet direct to the camera. Using the Canon Camera Connect app, you'll be able to use your mobile device as a wireless live view remote control or copy images straight from the card making it easy to upload your latest snaps straight to your favourite social media sites.

That's all for now...

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