Canon EOS 77D Body
|Model Name||Canon EOS 77D|
|Compatible Mountings||Canon EF|
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- 242 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor
- Built-in Wi-Fi*, NFC** and Bluetooth***
- Hdr movie & time-lapse movie
- Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam
- Flash memory type: SDXC
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Featuring an optical viewfinder with a 45-point all cross-type AF system1 and fast, accurate Dual Pixel CMOS AF with phase-detection, the EOS 77D camera helps you capture the action right as it happens. Extensive, customizable controls and brilliant image quality help you get the photo looking exactly how you want it. Capture vibrant colors and fine details with the 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) Sensor. Without missing a beat, check and change your settings with the top-mounted LCD screen and rear Quick Control dial. When you’re satisfied with your results, built-in Wi-Fi2, NFC3 and Bluetooth4 technology lets you easily share your favorite photos and videos.
The EOS 77D camera’s optical viewfinder gives professional-level control and convenience by letting you see exactly what the lens sees in a variety of lighting conditions. A 45-point all cross-type autofocus system1 helps you get what you want in focus, quickly. This comes in especially handy when trying to photograph fast-moving subjects. With minimal glare and minimal lag between what you see and what the camera captures, you can get the shot you want.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF
The EOS 77D camera’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF helps deliver the world’s fastest autofocusing speed at 0.03 sec.5 Available when using Live View on the LCD touchscreen for both photos and videos, it features phase-detection which helps quickly and accurately determine how far away an object is and stays locked onto your subject, even if your subject is in motion. Dual Pixel CMOS AF helps ensure your results are sharp, keeps the time it takes to lock focus onto your subject to a minimum and smoothly maintains focus where you want it.
24.2 MP CMOS (APS-C) Sensor
The EOS 77D camera features a 24.2 Megapixel (APS-C) sensor capable of capturing clear, detailed and vivid images and movies. From the skin tones in a portrait, to the greens and browns of nearby foliage, the incredibly sensitive CMOS-style sensor can capture the rich, vibrant colors of the world around you. Its high resolution reveals intricate details of your subject, and is suitable for printing or easily uploading for use on the web.
DIGIC 7 Image Processor
The DIGIC 7 Image Processor powers the EOS 77D camera with high image quality and fast operation, even in low light. When using high ISO settings, the image processing helps keep results sharp and detailed in virtually any lighting situation. Powerful all around, the DIGIC 7 Image Processor helps ensure your photos and videos look sharp and lifelike with minimal unwanted noise or grain.
Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi technology and the Canon Camera Connect app2, the EOS 77D camera can transfer photos and videos to and from compatible devices, upload directly to various web services and more. Built-in NFC technology3 means it can connect directly to compatible devices by simply touching the NFC icon on the camera to the device.
Bluetooth4 technology lets you easily pair the EOS 77D with a compatible smartphone using the free Canon Camera Connect app2. You can also establish a direct Wi-Fi connection to use your phone as a viewfinder, and check and download previously captured photos and videos.
Vari-Angle Touch Screen LCD
The EOS 77D camera features a Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD II monitor. During Live View, simply tap the screen and the camera will focus on that location almost instantly. Two-finger touch gestures can be used for zooming or changing images after you’ve taken them, and menu and quick control settings can be accessed quickly and easily. With 1.04 million dots the screen is highly detailed and treated with a smudge-resistant coating to help minimize fingerprints and maintain a clear image, even in bright light.
RGB+IR Metering Sensor
A fine-tuned 7560-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor not only helps ensure accurate exposure, but also uses Color Detection AF to detect skin tones and help provide precise AF. This is particularly useful when establishing focus for portraits in situations where other AF systems may falter. When a skin tone is detected, AI Servo AF starts off on skin-colored points, then tracks the subject based of the original AF point’s color information, maintaining focus on the person even when they’re in motion.
The EOS 77D camera features a flicker detection system that not only alerts the user in the viewfinder, but with the camera's Anti-flicker Shooting function can compensate for flickering light sources, taking shots as close to peak light volume as possible. This feature is useful for helping to minimize disparities in color and exposure, especially during continuous shooting in sub-optimal lighting situations.
Movie Electronic IS
Camera shake is inevitable at times, whether you’re ready to record the game-winning goal while running to keep up with the players, or when the landscape is epic but you’re riding in the car on a bumpy road. Movie Electronic IS6 helps minimize image blur due to shake, even when recording Full HD videos. When enabled and used with a compatible lens, 5-axis stabilization helps minimize image blur in the horizontal, vertical, and rotational planes.
HDR Movie and Time-Lapse Movie
HDR Movie mode captures correctly exposed and under-exposed images, then blends them into one video with more highlight detail for stunning results. Time-Lapse Movie mode takes long stretches of time, and condenses it down to a single high-speed video. Rapidly moving pedestrians on a busy street, fast-moving clouds in the sky – the possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
High-Speed Continuous Shooting
The more images, the better. That's the idea behind the EOS 77D camera's ability to capture up to 6.0 frames per second. Whether you’re capturing a majestic bird taking flight or a pro athlete scoring a winning goal, the EOS 77D can take the shot and stay locked on throughout the action, ensuring you capture the exact moment you want.
1 The number of AF points, cross-type AF points and Dual cross-type AF points vary depending on the lens used.
2 Compatible with iOS versions 8.0/8.1/8.2/8.3/8.4/9.0/9.1/9.2/9.3/10.0, Android smartphone and tablet versions 4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4/5.0/5.1/6.0/7.0. Data charges may apply with the download of the free Canon Camera Connect app. This app helps enable you to upload images to social media services. Please note that image files may contain personally identifiable information that may implicate privacy laws. Canon disclaims and has no responsibility for your use of such images. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this app.
3 Compatible with Android smartphone and tablet versions 4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4/5.0/5.1/6.0/7.0.
4 Compatible with select smartphone and tablet devices (Android version 5.0 or later and the following iOS devices: iPhone 4s or later, iPad 3rd gen. or later, iPod Touch 5th gen. or later) equipped with Bluetooth version 4.0 or later and the Camera Connect App Ver. 2.0.20. This application is not guaranteed to operate on all listed devices, even if minimum requirements are met.
5 Among all the interchangeable lens digital cameras incorporating the APS-C size image sensors with phase-difference detection AF on the image plane. As of February 14, 2017 (based on Canon research). Calculated based on the resulting AF speed measured according to the CIPA guidelines. (Varies depending on the shooting conditions and the lenses used.) Internal measurement method.
Focusing brightness: EV 12 (room temperature, ISO 100).
Shooting mode: M.
Lens used: EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM (at focal length of 55mm).
Live View AF shooting using the shutter button.
AF method: Live 1-point AF (with Center AF point).
AF operation: One-Shot AF.
Maximum image stabilization is achieved when using either the EF-M 18–150mm f/3.5–6.3 IS STM or the EF-M 15–45mm f/3.5–6.3 IS STM.
6 Movie Electronic IS cannot be used with the following lenses: EF 50mm F1.2L USM, EF 85mm F1.2L II USM, EF 200mm F2L IS USM, EF 300mm F2.8L IS II USM, EF 400mm F2.8L IS II USM, EF 500mm F4L IS II USM, EF 600mm F4L IS II USM, EF 800mm F5.6L IS USM, EF 200–400mm F4L IS USM.
Sample Image Shot with the EOS 77D.
The EOS 77D is a perfect combination of quality and control. Results are stunning thanks to an optical viewfinder and fast and accurate dual pixel CMOS AF with Phase detection, while a top-mounted LCD screen and rear quick control dial help you quickly check and change settings for the images and videos you want.
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The 77D is essentially a cross between a Rebel and 80D: Rebel T7i form factor and build with many controls and features of the 80D. While not as solid as the 80D, the 77D feels good in my medium sized hands, sporting ample grip area and thoughtfully placed controls. Controls may be used by feel while looking through the viewfinder, allowing on the fly adjustments. The touchscreen is vivid, sensitive, and a dream for navigating through the menus. The only negative is the on-off switch: stiff and cheap feeling. Luckily I rarely turn my cameras off—sleep mode is good enough—but I felt like I might break the darn thing off with each use.
AF is fast and accurate, basically the same as the 80D. The 45-point phase-detect AF system (viewfinder) covers a major portion of the frame, making off-center and low light compositions a snap. There are few situations this camera won’t achieve focus under.
Canon’s AF mode and point selection are refined, fast and easy to use. I normally manually select zones and individual AF points while looking through the viewfinder: press the AF select button and spin one of the dials or press the rocker pad. AF points may be selected on the touchscreen also: move your eye away from the viewfinder and the AF modes instantly appear on the LCD.
Dual Pixel AF, used for Live View and video, is amazingly flexible, accurate and several times faster than the Hybrid AF used on the prior generation of Rebels, e.g., SL1 and T6i, and M3. Simply press the Live View button and you have a highly effective “mirrorless” camera. I suspect the iOS generation will be perfectly happy using the 77D in Live View only, poking the touchscreen like a giant iPhone and uploading images to social media via Wi-Fi and the Canon Connect app.
Dual Pixel AF is a level slower than the 45-point phase-detect AF in the viewfinder, so not for fast sports or birds in flight. However, it is ideal for point and shoot and can track joggers, walkers and crawlers like a champ. For video, it grabs faces like glue and never lets go.
One significant feature the 77D didn’t inherit from the 80D is the 100% coverage and .95x viewfinder. Instead, we get a somewhat small and dim 95% coverage and .82x magnification Rebel spec viewfinder. Small viewfinders are par for the course for Rebels but disappointing for this class and price point.
Although a wee viewfinder, it's a “smart” one, featuring a transparent LCD overlay for display of AF points, grid and icons, aping EVF features. The square AF points are easy to see in most light, unlike the pinhole AF points used in many Rebel models, and may be programmed to flash red all the time, not at all or only in dim light. I leave the grid enabled to help keep horizontal and vertical lines square. Although an electronic level is available, it’s small and fiddly to use.
Basic video options are yet another Rebel inheritance of the 77D. The good news is Dual Pixel AF is cutting edge by any standard and makes capturing sharp video shockingly easy. The quality of the resulting HD file is very good but, sadly, files are limited to low bit rates and the so-called “easy to share” MP4 format. In contrast, the 80D has the option of higher bit rates (MOV format and ALL-I compression), allowing for more post processing with fewer artifacts. And the 77D lacks clean HDMI out, so you can’t dance around the low bit rates with an external recorder.
Another MIA 80D trait is auto focus micro-adjustment or AFMA: the ability to calibrate individual lenses for optimal sharpness. My 70D, 80D and 6D MK II required AFMA for most lenses. Oddly, my cameras without AFMA—SL1 and 77D—are sharp when using most of the same lenses. It’s as if Canon was intentionally sloppy setting up DSLRs with AFMA, expecting customers to calibrate, but dialed in those lacking AFMA more carefully.
The diminutive LP-E17 is the same battery used in recent Rebels (T6i, T7i, etc.) and M-series EOS. A small battery is a necessary compromise for a small camera: don’t expect the same performance as a big battery like the LP-E6N. Canon claims the LP-E17 delivers 600 still images with optical viewfinder shooting and, indeed, I squeezed out close to that number. However, heavy Live View use drops that number below 300. In fairness, my M3 (mirrorless) uses the same battery and barely manages 200 frames, so the 77D is a reasonably power efficient camera in “mirrorless” mode. A spare battery is essential if you’ve got itchy trigger finger or shoot video.
Finally, the image quality of the 77D is excellent: sharp, low noise, vivid colors, accurate exposure and noteworthy high ISO performance. No problem if you need a 2-stop shadow lift or a large print. I process RAW files in Adobe Lightroom Classic and the 77D exhibits the same image quality as the 80D, M5 and other cameras with the Canon 24.2 MP CMOS, so no surprises here.
While not perfect, the 77D is a darn good camera: polished ergonomics, excellent AF performance and ready and able in nearly any photographic situation. It especially excels as a travel and hiking camera, shoehorning high performance into a compact form factor without being too tiny to hold comfortably. For video bloggers, the articulating LCD, Dual Pixel AF (in face priority mode) and smartphone control make the 77D a great choice for the next ramen challenge or makeup tutorial.
1 for a visual marketing campaign contest
2 made it in the top 25 list for local businesses in my area.
I’ve beat people with full frame cameras , which proves that it’s about how well you understand the science and art making it your skill.
Enjoy the photos feel free to ask me anything if you have questions on exposure methods
While many of Canon's competitors are offering 4k video in this price range, Canon seems content letting them steal market share by choosing to only offer 1080p in mid-range cameras like the 77D while saving 4k for their professional series ($3k+). As annoying as that is, I'm already invested in Canon lenses and I'm not a professional photographer so paying multiple thousands is not in my budget, so I settled on 1080p being good enough.
That said, I'm extremely impressed with this camera and I didn't expect to be. 12 to 24mp doesn't matter much to me - sure it gets me a little more crop options but I was plenty happy with 12mp previously. What's most impressive is the auto focus, the overall quality of the camera and the shooting speed. I've taken action shots with the kids and pressed the shutter as fast as I can and in a matter of a few seconds I have 10-12 shots, all of them crisp and perfectly focused. I backup to Google photos which turns those into a nice animated GIF for me, so not only do I get amazing expressions on the kids out of all those photos, but I even get a short little GIF video clip with no extra effort on my part.
Summary: if you don't have an SLR today or you have an old one (mine was 10 years old) and are wondering if it's worth the upgrade to a modern DSLR: it absolutely it is. If 4k video is important to you, look elsewhere or wait a year or two for Canon to wake up and add it to their midrange cameras as well, but in the mean time for 1080p video and awesome pictures, this camera is hard to beat in this price range!
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I won't go much into deep in terms of specs sheet. But some important points regarding its competition worth mentionable-
*There is not much options in this price range. The comptition is nikon d7500, nikon d7200, nikon d5600, canon 80d and canon 800d. But price range is different.
Now i will explain deferences briefley -
1. Nikon d7200 - way old model. Lacks rotating screen. Lacks dual pixel autofocus. Old processor.
2. Nikon d7500 - 25k pricier. Lacks dual pixel autofocus and rotating display.
3. Nikon d5600 - lacks secondary quick info display on top. Lacks dual pixel autofocus. Lacks secondary command dial.
4. Canon 80d - 20k pricier but same sensor. Same picture quality.
differences- 77d has newer processor which means better iso performance (25600 vs 16000 in 80d).
80d is better - 80d has large bettery, weather sealing and 7fps vs 6fps (not a big differnce)
5. Canon 800d - the only option i will prefer beacuse it is 15k less priecier and same package in terms of sensor and processor.
Only key differnce- secondary display on top and secondary command dial is absent in 800d
77D is best value for money because it has:
1. best autofocus system in market right now (dual pixel autofocus) that Nikon lacks.
2. It has secondary quick info display on top and secondary command dial in this price range.
3. 45 all cross type focus points.
4. 18-135mm usm lens is allrounder.
*18-135mm lens is great for intermediate users
*Focusing system is so silent and quick
*Battery backup is great if flash is not used.... Using optical viewfinder rather than live screen adds the battery life
This picture was taken when I just woke up and my cat was sitting near my feet. It is uneditted, but cropped to size. Buy the camera with 18-135 mm lens. You will get both wide-angled (for landscape pictures, group pictures, etc) and telescopic lens built-in one. It's more expensive, but if you buy the lenses in two sets, then you will keep ending up changing lenses, which is a bother... especially if you want the same picture both in wide-angled and closeup.
The camera has the right features for a semi-pro photographer. Time-lapse, burst, and video (though only 1080p. You don't need 4k. 4k doesn't make videos clearer...they are only bigger, for big screens like 120 inches screens.)
Good value for money.
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