April 15, 2015: Canon’s two new entry-level DSLR cameras, announced in February, are due to hit dealers’ shelves at the end of this month. Both cameras feature a new 24.2MP sensor and Canon’s DIGIC 6 image processor. The ISO 100-12,800 range the EOS 760D and EOS 750D deliver detailed results in lowlight conditions, dawn or dusk, as well as indoors.
The cameras also include Canon’s Flicker Detection technology, first found in the EOS 7D Mk II, to provide consistently exposed images under artificial light for even greater flexibility. Other specification shared by the 760D and 750D include 5fps continuous shooting mode, 19-point cross-type autofocus system, Vari-angle LCD monitor and WiFi connectivity.
The 760D is designed to allow photographers to be more considered with their settings with conveniently placed controls, usually found in Canon’s more expensive enthusiast EOS models, including the rear Quick Control Dial, top LCD panel and Intelligent Viewfinder for quick access and review of both settings and images.
Summary of key features
• 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor
• ISO 100–12800
• DIGIC 6 processor
• 5fps continuous shooting
• WiFi and NFC enabled
• 19-point cross-type AF
• Vari-angle, 3.0in 1040k dot monitor
• 30-1/4000sec + B shutter speed range
• EV 1-20 metering range
For more details visit www.canon.co.uk
Canon EOS 760D body only: £649.99/ €859.99
Canon EOS 750D body only: £599.99/ €799.99
Canon EOS 750 body and EF-S 18-55mm IS: £689.99/ €899.99
Sales Start Date: Late April, 2015