An Inside Look at The Canon EOS 80D Camera
Admittedly, over the last couple of years, Canon has evolved into what it is today. No doubt that it will continue to embrace the changes as it continues to remain viable. Moreover, as it seeks to cater to its ever-growing audience and consumer reach.
Of course, this has brought about the release of the Canon EOS 80D camera. In the midst of unmatched competition, this specific model has revolutionized in a bid to remain a breadth of competition.
However, despite its recent changes, customers are yet to be informed of the recent changes. Or better yet, fail to understand the new aspects and features that come with the Canon EOS 80D. Due to this, this article fully focuses on this product model, its pros and cons, and whether is worth the investment or not.
In other words, this article is a specific Canon EOS 80D Digital Camera Review.
Admittedly, the performance is one of the deciding factors when it comes to purchasing a camera. Quality performance is promised when it comes to using this model camera. This is due to the fact that they added phase-detect pixels that enhance performance.
If you are a professional photographer, you will not be disappointed with the results.
Better Focus and Control
Sure, producing great quality photos depends on the photographer. But there’s only so much he or she can do. A camera with high sensitivity and control contributes greatly to quality results. Canon EOS 80D has added features such as Al Servo Live Mode, as well as an improved autofocus model. The autofocus model now has 45 AF points, a major contributor to the success of this new model.
Comes with A Full View Finder
Viewfinders can be electrical or optical depending on the type of camera. However, for this specific type, which is a DSLR, they come with optical viewfinders. Viewfinders allow the user to focus on a particular object, as well as compose a clear image.
Hence, quality viewfinders are imperative for great photography. Most DSLR viewfinders reveal 95% of what the sensor records. Models that show 100% are often for the more expensive models. However, Canon EOS 80D now comes with 100% coverage, making even less expensive models available for everyone.
Wi-Fi and NFC Connectivity
It’s easy to note that this new model is highly adaptable and versatile. This model can now be connected to wifi and NFC, and use it with ease. This latest feature, of course, is highly viable and useful in our internet age.
This also means that you can connect this model to your android devices. This feature allows you to transfer different types of files easily.
This model does not come with the 4k resolution. Of course, resolution influences the quality of the shots a great deal. Yet, the pros far outweigh this one specific downside.
It is not as expensive as compared to other brands. Yet, to cater for the new features added to it, the price has gone a little higher. Hence, purchasing this particular brand with its major improvements is worth the investment.
View full specification.
- Type – Digital, AF/AE single-lens reflex camera built-in flash
- Approx. 24.2 megapixels CMOS sensor/Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- 45-point all cross-type AF system
- Crop Factor 1.6x
- Built-in Wi-Fi for wireless transfer
- Built-in NFC for pairing
- Full HD 60p MP4 format
- ISO 100-16000/25600
- Anti-Flicker Shooting
- Recording Media SD/SDHC/SDXC
- Shutter Speeds 30-1/8000
- Rapid-fire up to 7.0 fps continuous shooting
- Built-in LCD Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0″
- Body Dimensions 5.47 x 4.14 x 3.09 inch / 139.0×105.2×78.5mm
- Weight 650g Body only
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