The new 'Rebel'-free EOS 77D looks like just like the T7i
I guess the rubber monitor kept people in the US away from the T6S which goes by the EOS 760D in most of the world because the EOS 77D looks just like it along with the same updates that Cannon brought to the T7I.
As such it remains a marginally more advanced option than that With its slightly better build quality and top status display.
Those enhancements include a bump to the 24.2 megapixel dual pixel CMOS sensor, and the DIGIC 7 image processor.
What comes with the new sensor and processor is an automatic improvement of the autofocus system, it now has 45 cross-type phase detection AF points for speedier focus As well as for faster and smoother autofocus while shooting video.
The faster AF plus the digic seven processor also allows Canon to increase the continuous shooting speed with autofocus to 4.5 frames per second, up from three frames per second.
Other enhancements include bluetooth in addition to wi-fi and NFC.
Canon's new beginner friendly interface, which provides visual cues to what happens when you change the settings, isn't a default on the 77D they way it is on the G7I.
Like the G6S, it has an articulated display, lockable mode dial, and time lapse Movie capability, seventy seventy will be available in body only or in kits with the eighteen to fifty five millimeter or eighteen to one thirty five millimeter or all in one zoom lens
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