Canon has announced two entry level DSLR cameras called EOS 760D and EOS 750D that are packed with advanced features in order to quench the demands of amateur photographers in improving their photography skills. The vendor has also come up with a PowerShot and IXUS range by introducing the most compact lens called EF-M22mm f/2 STM Silver in the EF-M range.
Talking of the cameras, the EOS 760D and EOS 750D are premium entry level cameras featuring 24.2 MP resolution that is the highest in the Canon EOS lineup. The device comes with the Canon DIGIC 6 image processor that will let users to product outstanding and vibrant images.
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The cameras feature enhanced Automatic Exposure that enhances the sensitivity and accuracy. There are increased detection points and hence, the subjects will be kept in sharp focus even if they are moving. There is hybrid CMOS AF that enables easy and quick focus during Live View shooting. The EOS 760D comes with Digital Zoom that is a feature available while clicking photos even while shooting videos.
These new DSLRs are equipped with Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity features to enable faster content sharing. Furthermore, there is CameraConnect app that will let in remotely uploading content to social media. Also, Canon has come up with a range of optional accessories to render better user experience. There is a new battery grip called BG-E18 for a prolonged battery life.
When it comes to the EF-M22mm f/2 STM Silver, the most compact lens in the range, it is lightweight and highly portal. It comes with wide aperture that enables receiving an exceptional bokeh effect. It has a 20 MP PowerShot SX410 HS lens that features 40x long zoom. It has an easy-to-grip body to provide stability. There is ZoomPlus technology with 80x zoom range, DIGIC 4+ image processor for high resolution photos with vivid colors. Also onboard is NFC to enable easy connection with smart devices in order to transfer contents.