The Canon EOS 80D which comes with latest improvement got the Silver Award with overall score of 84% via DPReview experts.
As we know Canon finally updated Canon EOS 80D camera of DSLR series with a newly developed 24.2MP APS-C sensor, 45-point all cross-type autofocus module, updated Dual Pixel AF for live view still and video recording, and both Wi-Fi and a GPS. It has the improvement over the 70D’s 19-point system, is capable of focusing in low light conditions down to -3EV at the center point. Dual Pixel AF now offers continuous focus, and all pixels are able to perform phase detection focus while being used for still imaging. Video recording is offered at an improved 1080/60p. Also it features a native ISO range in stills shooting from 100-16,000, expandable to 25,600. Burst shooting at up to 7 fps is on par with the 70D. The 80D is equipped with an approximately 100% coverage optical viewfinder and a fully articulated 3″ 1.04M-dot touchscreen LCD, as well as built-in Wi-Fi with NFC and a GPS. The Canon EOS 80D will be available in March for $1199 body-only or $1799 packed with an updated EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM kit lens.
From DPReview Conclusion:
The Canon 80D centers around ease of use. It offers the best dynamic range of any APS-C Canon camera to date and features dual pixel AF, allowing for continuous focus during both video and still capture. The articulating touchscreen is especially handy in live view mode. And while the camera’s image quality and video resolution lag behind the competition, the 80D is still a solid choice for enthusiasts.
The review also confirmed that the users can capture both still and video capture with much relaxation but they get not better result for sports and action photography.
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