Latest shooter targetted at hobbyists looking to upgrade their skills
Budding photographers looking for an upgrade may want to consider the new Canon EOS 77D camera. Akin to premium models, the EOS 77D boasts some of the best-in-class imaging technologies and premium features to enhance the joy of photography.
The new Canon shooter is built from the ground up to offer accessible appeal to enthusiasts looking to sharpen their skills and make the transition to a high-powered DSLR camera.
It is equipped with two control dials – a Main Dial that is on the top of the camera and a Quick Control Dial on the rear panel. With two options for dial control, users can now make quick changes to the camera settings, such as shutter speed and aperture, without having to take their eye off the viewfinder.
A feature usually available only in higher-end models, the LCD panel, is added to the EOS 77D as well. This allows users to quickly check all shooting settings without having to use the LCD monitor at the back of the camera. Users can comfortably shoot in dark locations now, with a quick press of a button that illuminates the top LCD panel.
The EOS 77D is also equipped with a vari-angle LCD, giving users the flexibility of adjusting their desired shooting angle. The camera comes with two kit lens bundle options – EF-S 18-135 IS USM, and EF-S 18-55 IS STM.
As a standard requirement in all modern gadgets and machines, the Canon EOS 77D and Canon EOS M6 come equipped with built-in Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth connectivity capabilities allowing remote photo-shooting even when the camera is in Auto Power Off mode, on top of the photo viewing, sharing and printing. Smart devices with Bluetooth can wake the camera up, and switch to Wi-Fi for browsing and viewing images or perform remote capture (with Live view) as well.
The Canon EOS 77D retails from RM3799.