Sony A68 vs. Canon 760D

Sony-A68-vs.-Canon-760DLet’s see what your intention about the two cameras Sony A68 and Canon 760D after reading this comparison…

Features/ Models Sony A68 Canon 760D
Megapixel  24 Megapixel Sensor  24 MP Sensor
Sensor size  APS-C (22.3 x 14.9 mm)  APS-C (22.3 x 14.9 mm)
Low pass filter  Yes  Yes
Image processor  Bionz X  DIGIC 6
AF system  Contrast Detect (sensor)+Phase Detect (Hybrid) Phase detect
AF points 79+ 15 cross type 19
Image stabilization Yes Yes
ISO  100-25600 100-25600
Shutter Min/ mix  30 sec 1/4000 sec  30 Sec 1/4000 Sec
Continuous shooting speed  8fps  5 fps
Video  1920 x 1080 (50p, 30p)  1920X1080 @ 30p
Display  2.7″ LCD Rear Touch Screen  3″ Pivoting Touch Screen LCD with 1,40,000 Screen Dots
Viewfinder  EVF 100%  Pentamirror
Hot shoe  Yes  Yes
Wireless  WiFi + NFC
Battery life  Unknown  440 Shots
Dimensions  143 x 104 x 81 mm  132X101X78 mm
Weight  690g  55g

Megapixel- The resolutions as well as the sensor sizes of both the cameras are same, having 24 megapixel of resolution and the using the same APS-C (22.3 x 14.9 mm) sensor. So one thing is pretty clear that that the photographers can’t complaints about the quality of the images. The same clarity and the sharpness will be in the images of both the two cameras.

AF system- The advanced AF system on the new A68 camera features 79 phase detection AF point that includes 15 cross points within the sensor, and a new kind of algorithm also added to the AF system to predict the movement of the subjects and then the camera will impressively track the fast moving subjects in anyhow conditions of shooting. Whereas, the Canon 760D has a very less AF points that is 19 only. So slow tracking of the subjects as compare to Sony A68.

Continuous shooting speed- You can enjoy capturing your favorite action moments using the A68’s 8 frame per second continuous shooting mode. But the 760D will offer you only 5 frames per second of continuous speeds.

Videos– Full HD movies (1080) can be recorded at 50mbps by using the efficient Sony A68 camera with rich detail and low noise.

Display- On the rear side of the Canon 760D, a Vari-Angle 3″ Pivoting Touch Screen LCD with 1, 40,000 Screen Dots for easy shooting high and low angles in all kind of situations.

Viewfinder- The 100% frame coverage of Sony A68 assures you to see exactly what you’re shooting or in other words your camera sensor is focused on, with high contrast and natural color helping you focus manually with confidence.

By the way, both the two cameras have been engineered with image stabilization that will not allow the appearance of camera shake onto the images and deliver you the blur free images, on the other hand ISO range offered by both the two cameras are exact same so dimlight photography will be confidently done with both the two cameras (Sony A68 and Canon 760D).

Verdicts- the most attracting and must demanding specifications of the Sony A68 are it AF system and continuous shooting speed, which are creating a positive impression among the photographers. So looking at the overall comparison our conclusion is, if you spare your savings on Sony A68, then you will not be duped and can enjoy the photography too.

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