Canon EOS 760D Review

September 14, 2015 | Jack Baker |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Canon EOS 760D from around the web. »

The Canon EOS 760D is an affordable DSLR in the package of a more high-end model. Its a far throw from models designed for first-timers, wishing to spend much of their time with the mode dial set to Auto.
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In a move that runs the risk of confusing the market, Canon has introduced two upgrades to the EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i); the 750D and the 760D (reviewed here). Like the 700D, the 750D and 760D are DSLRs in Canon's 'beginners' range. The 760D is at the top of the group, but below the Canon 70D, which sits at the bottom of the 'enthusiast-level' range.
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Canon's EOS 760D, or Rebel T6s as it's known in North America, is the company's latest upper entry-level DSLR. Announced in February 2015 and successor to the EOS 700D / Rebel T5i, it boosts the sensor resolution from 18 to 24 Megapixels (the highest yet for Canon's APS-C DSLRs), features an improved hybrid AF system for movies, a new 7560 pixel metering sensor, a 19-point viewfinder AF system (inherited from the EOS 70D and a big improvement over the older 9-point system), and becomes the first Rebel / xxxD to feature built-in Wifi with NFC. Like its predecessor, it's also fitted with a 3in fully-articulated touch-screen and a penta-mirror optical viewfinder.
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The Canon Rebel T6s launched the first 24 megapixels APS-C sensor from Canon. This DSLR offers a new Hybrid AF III autofocus system with 19 all-cross-type points and on-sensor Phase-Detect AF. A powerfull Digic 6 processor keeps this camera performing quickly even with its 30% increased pixel-count compared to the last generations of Canon DSLRs.
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