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“You’ve probably heard it time and again: “cameras are dying”. Well, not according to Canon. The Japanese camera maker seems to be investing in a DSLR for every possible user, with the new EOS 77D fitting in beneath its 80D mid-ranger to carve out a new sub-category.
The most obvious benefit being that the 77D is more affordable. Starting at u00a3829 (body only), the slightly smaller and lighter DSLR will appeal to those who don’t need every single bell and whistle feature.
Ditch the 80D’s weather-sealed body and, roughly speaking, that’s what the 77D is all about. So does it make sense?
Brand new 24.2-megapixel sensor
Body isn’t weather-sealed
Bluetooth control & file sharing
95 per cent field-of-view optical viewfinder
If you look across Canon’s DSLR range you might be befuddled about the presence of the 77D and brand-new 800D in relation to the older 80D, 760D and 750D.
Compared to the 80D the 77D is much the same. There are five core differences: the body isn’t weather-sealed; the sensor (while the same resolution) is an updated design; it’s slightly smaller and lighter; the viewfinder has a 95 per cent field-of-view (not 100 per cent, as per 80D); and it comes with Bluetooth built-in for file-sharing and, should you buy the additional Bluetooth accessory control (u00a340), remote control features too.
45-point Dual Pixel AF autofocus system
Viewfinder-based and on-screen live preview
The core thing to take-away from the 77D is that it’s got the top-notch 45-point Dual Pixel AF system as found in the 80D (and 800D).
Why’s that important? It’s great for using the camera either through the viewfinder or via the rear LCD screen. Because some phase-detection autofocus pixels are positioned on the imaging sensor itself the camera is far quicker when using the rear screen than many of Canon’s older cameras.”

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