Hi I'm Lexy Savvides for C/Net taking a first look at two of Canon's brand new entry level DSLR's.
The EOS 750D & EOS 760D.
Otherwise known as the 26i and 26s.
in the U.S. Most of these cameras are designed for photographers who are stepping up to a DSLR for the first time.
They both share the same guts inside, so they've got a twenty four point two megapixel APSC seamless sensor.
This is a touch screen that flips up and rotates.
On board nd they also so wi-fi and nfc connectivity.
Let's focus a bit more on the 760D though because there are a couple of different features that differentiate it from the 750.
First stop on the top here is an LCD panel.
Now this is something that normally only appears on higher end DSLRs.
So you get information on your iflow and your exposure without needing to look at the screen or through your viewfinder.
Also moving down to the mode down here, there is a locking button for if your out and about and your moving the mode all around, your not accidentally knocking it out of place.
Also around the back.
You are getting, rather than a four-way directional pad like on the 750, there is a proper control wheel here that's also more in line with higher end DSLR's.
And on the inside, you get a couple of extra features for videographers and movie makers, for example, HDR video.
This is taking video at 60 frames a second.
Now one frame is underexposed and one frame is only exposure, then it merges it together in camera and you get a final result of a 30 frames per second video at 720p.
There is also a miniature movie mode as well.
[UNKNOWN] cameras will be available in April globally.
If you wanna check out more information on these [UNKNOWN] Canons, you can find more info at Cnet.com.
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