Canon EOS 77D Review

May 16, 2017 | Mark Goldstein |

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The Canon EOS 77D (9000D in Japan) is a lightweight 24MP APS-C DSLR that offers impressive Dual Pixel Autofocus, good external controls and WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. It slots between the Rebel T7i and EOS 80D, and can be thought of as the successor to the Rebel T6s; if the name doesn't make that obvious, the specifications and feature additions over its lower-end Rebel sibling should.
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Breaking tradition was the Canon EOS Rebel T6s / 760D. Canon had prior-introduced a long line of flagship Rebel models (T** or ***D models in some locales), but ... never had they introduced two of these at the same time. That was ... until the day (February 5, 2015) that the Rebel T6i / 750D and Rebel T6s / 760D were simultaneously introduced with the T6s including a superset of the features found in the standard Rebel T6i model. Now being introduced at the same time as the Canon EOS Rebel T7i / 800D is the Canon EOS 77D. Though missing "Rebel" in its name, the 77D has Rebel DNA and once again this model version is more-featured than its sibling.
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Instead of following up the fantastic EOS Rebel T6s with a T7s, Canon has decided to call its successor the 77D ($899.99, body only), separating it from the Rebel line so enthusiasts will pay more attention. The 77D has a larger top information display than the T6s, adds a rear AF-ON button, which isn't included in any Rebel camera, and offers improved autofocus compared with the T6s, both when using the viewfinder and rear LCD. It's also a little more expensive, narrowing the gap between it and the better-built 80D, with which it shares a lot of technology. Because of this we're awarding Editors' Choice in our entry-level SLR category to its near twin, the Rebel T7i, which sells for $150 less. But if you're an aspiring shutterbug and don't want to spend the money on an 80D, the 77D is a more affordable alternative.
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