Ordinance EOS D and D grow midrange EOS DSLR lineup Pocketlintcom

“If you’re thinking of buying a feature-packed DSLR then chances are you’ll be looking at a u00a31,000 piece of kit. Canon is looking to change that with the introduction of the EOS 77D and 800D cameras.
If you’re familiar with the Canon DSLR line-up you’ll know the company’s impressive 80D rules the mid-level market. Great as it is, it’s not exactly budget and accessible for all.
The 77D takes the core format of the 80D, strips away the weather-sealing and some of the price for a more accessible take, at u00a3829 body-only. The 800D cuts away another u00a350, removes the top panel LCD display and some physical controls, priced u00a3779 body-only.
It means Canon’s range is going to be filling pretty much every space on camera-sellers’ shelves. It could be seen as risky and confusing, given the sheer volume – 750D, 760D, 800D, 77D, 80D – but, with some thought, the right camera matched to the right user could be a savvy move for the Japanese company.”

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