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Thursday 27 October 2016

Canon EOS 80D Review: The Best Buy Digital Cameras So Far

We all want to take that perfect photograph, Canon has made that possible with new Canon EOS 80D, this best digital camera will meet all your needs. 

Canon EOS 80D Review: The Best Buy Digital Cameras

Canon EOS 80D Review: The Best Buy Digital Cameras introduction

The Canon digital camera is just an amazing update to the EOS 70D, but this time, the new  Canon 80D comes with Dual Pixel CMOS sensor with a faster on-sensor auto-focus system, better live-view performance, usable for subjects on motion and other features. So if you are a action-shooting enthusiasm then the canon 80D is for you.

Canon EOS 80D Review: Camera

Canon 80D has come with a new 24-million-pixel sensor along with a Digic 6 processing engine, this may sound like its predecessor, but the 80D lower-level camera has Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor unlike the its predecessor that comes with Hybrid AF III devices. The 80D's sensor and processor combination brings a native sensitivity range of ISO 100-16,000 (a third of a stop higher than the 70D), and a maximum expansion value of ISO 25,600 (the same as the 70D). And while the maximum continuous shooting rate is the same as the 70D's at 7fps, the burst depth has been increased to 110 JPEGs or 25 raw files when a UHS-1 SD card is used; that's a significant step up from the 65 JPEG or 16 raw files possible with the 70D.

The 80d reflect mode system has 45 AF points, this means it has a better AF point coverage and ability to find and follow subjects around the frame. Like the 70D, the 80D also has an external mic port (volume can be adjusted manually in-camera) as well as HDMI Mini and A/V Digital out terminals.

Canon EOS 80D Review: EOS 80D Design

One of the reason also why the Canon EOS 80D is best buy digital cameras is because of the design as well, main looking at the 80D, it took the same resemblance with it siblings, the 70D. if you have use the 70D before then the 80D will feel at home in your hands. The shape  of the Quick menu and Playback button has changed, The Menu and Info button once again take up their Canon-standard positions on the top-left, readily found by the left thumb. The Live View/Video selection lever surrounding the Start/Stop button takes is in also-current-standard position (to the right of the viewfinder) as are the AF-ON (for back-button AF capability), Exposure lock and AF point selection buttons located farther to the top right.

Canon EOS 80D Review: Canon EOS 80D Cons

  • The Canon 80D is best buy digital cameras so far because it produces excellent photo -- but its doesn't just produce such photos by defaults, which means that you will have to tweak the default JPEG settings or you shoot Raw.
  • The automatic white balance ain't that good. you have to use the manual white balance for Canon EOS 80D performance.
  • The Canons auto pictures style is kind of complicated, its pushes the saturation and contrast way too much, its over processed the edges making them look too heavy.

Canon EOS 80D Review: Canon EOS 80D Features

  • New 45-point all cross-type AF system
  • Newly Developed 24.2 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor
  • Intelligent Viewfinder with approximately 100% viewfinder coverage
  • DIGIC 6 image processor for enhanced image quality
  • Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF for smooth, fast and accurate autofocus with video and stills
  • Flicker Mode adjusts shutter release timing to avoid flickering light issues
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC capability for easy transfer of images and movies to compatible mobile devices
  • 1080/60p Full HD video to capture brilliant results in MP4 format (for easy movie sharing on select social networking sites)
  • Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch, 1 million dot, Clear View LCD II monitor enables flexible positioning and clear viewing even outdoors

Canon EOS 80D Review: Canon EOS 80D Price

When it comes to best digital camera price, the 80D costs $1,200 (£1,030, AU$1,880) for the body and $1,600 (£1,380, AU$2,400) for a kit with the updated EF-S 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 USM lens that supports new the power zoom adapter.

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