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Canon EOS 750D and 760D officially unveiled

Canon has expanded its line of entry-level DSLRs, officially introducing the Canon EOS 750D and 760D.

Helping budding photographers ease their way into SLR photography, the pair of cameras feature 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensors wrapped within ergonomic grip enhanced compact bodies.

Largely similar devices, the two models have each been bestowed by Canon’s latest DIGIC 6 image processor – capable of handling five frames per second bursts shooting bursts.

As well as a 100-12,800 ISO range for shooting in all manner of light conditions, both snappers offer NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity options.

Featuring an intelligent viewfinder and a 19-point auto focus system, both the Canon EOS 750D and 760D offer options for full manual or auto shooting modes.
Describing the pair of new devices, an official Canon spokesperson stated: “The EOS 750D is the ideal DSLR if you’re looking to capture stunning images and Full HD movies of special memories, with the assurance of automatic shooting modes – while the EOS 760D gives enthusiast photographers more creative freedom and manual controls to instinctively create impactful photography.

The main differences between the two models focus around video shooting modes.

Although both the 750D and 760D offer 1080p, Full HD MP4 shooting, the 760D benefits from added a number of creative movie modes, including HDR movie mode and Miniature Effect.

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Unlike the newly announced Canon 5DS which is pushing £3,000, these entry-level DSLRs are far more forgiving on your wallet.

While the Canon EOS 750D will set you back £599, the body only 760D has been handed a £649.99 price tag.

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