An array of top-quality products have been unveiled by Canon in the year 2017 and among them, three new cameras deserve special mention. These amazing products happen to be the EOS 77D (it is also known as EOS 9000D in certain areas), the EOS 800D (known as Rebel T7i in the United States) and the EOS M6 and each of these products has been upgraded significantly from their previous versions. Although Canon has not yet confirmed when they are going to be available to the users, it is certain that it won’t take much time. In the subsequent paragraphs, we are going to talk about each of these above-mentioned cameras.
Canon EOS 800D
The EOS 750D/760D which was launched in 2015 has been replaced by the intermediate DSLR in this awesome Canon new camera and this has been the first significant upgrade in a line of products which have seen the introduction of the well-known EOS 550D in the year 2010. There had been a series of upgrades by the company such as the EOS 600D in 2011, the EOS 650D in 2012, the EOS 700D in 2013 and the EOS 750D in the year 2015. This trend of up gradation has also been noticed in the EOS 800D which has a much-improved image sensor, image processor as well as the metering and autofocus system.
At present this camera features an awesome 24.2-megapixel CMOS Dual Pixel sensor which has also been utilized in the EOS 80D. The Dual Pixel on-chip phase detection sensors which are autofocus-enabled have been used by Canon in most of its products, and this particular technology has also been implemented in the entry segment after 3 years of its introduction. The Canon EOS 800D likewise includes a 45-point autofocus mechanism for running this image sensor along with a center AF point focusing at f/2.8.
This camera can also boast of a brand-new DIGIC 7 image processor which allows for continuous shooting at 6 fps with an exposure as well as focus and also no stabilization plus 4.5 fps along with autofocus which is definitely a notable enhancement over the earlier EOS 750D. Hypothetically, there is still enough scope for improvement of the quality of photographs as well as the over-all shooting potential of this camera which is definitely the first genuine significant up gradation in this series of products over the last 7 years.
Apart from the above-mentioned features, you’ll also find a brand-new graphical interface intended for the novices which can help the beginners to become acquainted with the configurations of a DSLR due to the fact that they have been provided access to it through the 3-inch swiveling LCD display which is capable of retaining the similar resolution as before.
Canon EOS 77D
This newly-launched product makes use of the 24.2MP CMOS Dual Pixel sensor which is also found in the above-mentioned EOS 800D along with the identical focusing mechanism plus the 63-zone through-the-lens metering with a 7660-pixel RGB metering sensor. There is hardly any difference in the outcomes between the EOS 800D and the EOS 77D when it comes to the innovative DIGIC 7 image processor. Furthermore, these two products are known to use the identical battery also.
Then, what about the differences? Well, by investing some extra money, you will be able to get more custom controls which help in superior usage setup plus an AF-on, a backlit LCD, an integrated bulb along with interval timers, as well as a proximity sensor which helps to switch off the LCD in order to save battery usage. Besides these, you will find no graphical interface in the product which could help the beginners to understand the settings better. The camera also features a somewhat heavier body. The Canon EOS 77D is actually ideal for the professional photographers who are not able to purchase the EOS 800D due to financial constraints.
Canon EOS M6
This innovative product from Canon features the brand-new 24.2MP CMOS Dual Pixel sensor plus the DIGIC 7 image processor. Although this results in a slight modification in the shooting speed as well as the photograph quality, there is hardly any difference in the continuous shooting speed as compared to the previous versions. This implies that the buffer remains almost the same.
This product is also much lighter due to the absence of the optical viewfinder (which is available at present as a separate accessory). In all probabilities, this is intended to make the product more user-friendly and it is also quite affordable as well.