Today Canon expanded its line of SLR cameras, presenting two new models: 77D EOS and EOS 800D. Both cameras are “SLR” entry-level, but EOS 77D is positioned slightly above the EOS 800D and has a number of more advanced features.
If you look at the features Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D, at first glance it may seem that the cameras do not differ from each other. They really are very similar: the Canon EOS EOS 800D and 77D are identical matrices, and the AF system, there is no difference in the movie modes.
The main differences are only in the presence of the EOS models 77D additional LCD on the top panel and some controls, which are designed for more experienced users.
The product has a 24-megapixel matrix (crop factor 1,6) with a more advanced 45-point autofocus system and proprietary autofocus technology Dual Pixel AF to work in live view.
For this class of cameras it has become quite a big improvement, especially when talking about younger model EOS 800D.
Burst speed the Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D is 6 frames per second. Speaking about the video, the camera supports Full HD at 60 frames per second (the previous model were able to record Full HD videos only at 30 frames per second).
In addition to “SLR” Canon also introduced a new lens Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM for Chronotech cameras. It turned out to be 20% more compact than the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM, however, provides an equivalent level of pictures.
Approximate cost: EOS 800D available without lens (body) will be $750, and with the EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM (kit) — $900. More “advanced” camera Canon EOS 77D will cost about $900 for the option without lens, and $1050 with EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM.