On top of the standard 1080p video recording (30/25/24 frames per second) in MP4, the 760D/T6s offers a miniature movie mode. This simulates the effect from a tilt-shift lens, making the subjects look small in the frame. Users also get the option of changing the recording speed to 5, 10 or 20x normal pace to simulate a time-lapse effect.
When in automatic mode, the 760D/T6s can record HDR (high dynamic range) video. The camera records a clip at 60 frames per second, with every alternate frame underexposed from the metered exposure. Then, these frames are combined to create a finished video at 30 frames per second with a greater dynamic range than a regular video. HDR video is only available at 720p.