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Canon Digital SLR Camera Body [EOS 80D] with 24.2 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS Sensor and Dual Pixel CMOS AF - Black
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- The EOS 80D camera’s Intelligent Viewfinder helps bring the thrill of SLR photography with each use
- The Intelligent Viewfinder displays AF points and AF mode, has a grid display, a horizontal electronic level, plus numerous other points of information
- For next level AF operation, the EOS 80D camera has a wide area, 45 point, all cross type AF system with low luminance performance to EV 3 and 4 types of AF area selection modes
- The 242 Megapixel (APS C) CMOS sensor captures high resolution images and has refined individual pixels that enable high ISO speeds (16000 for still photographs, 12800 for movies)
- Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam
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Whether raising your game to SLR level photography or having fun with a versatile SLR you can use pretty much anywhere, the EOS 80D camera is your answer. It features an impressive 45-point all cross-type AF system*, an Intelligent Viewfinder and more to help realize your creative vision.
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|Continuous Shooting Speed||7||7||6 frames_per_second||7||4000.00||7.00|
|Screen Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3.0 inches|
|Image Stabilization||Image Stabilization||—||—||Optical||—||—|
|ISO Range||100-12800||100-12800||25600 ISO||100-12800||40000 ISO||100-16000 (expandable to 25600)|
|Item Dimensions||3.09 x 5.47 x 4.14 inches||3.07 x 5.47 x 4.13 inches||3.00 x 5.20 x 3.90 inches||7.00 x 9.60 x 5.30 inches||2.90 x 5.70 x 4.40 inches||7.00 x 9.60 x 5.30 inches|
|Item Weight||1.40 lbs||1.40 lbs||1.18 lbs||3.80 lbs||3.45 lbs||3.95 lbs|
|Max Resolution||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||26.2 megapixels||24.20 megapixels|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||24.2 megapixels||0 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||1850 megapixels||20.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels|
|Photo Sensor Size||APS-C||APS-C||APS-C||APS-C||Full Frame (35mm)||APS-C|
|Style||Body Only||Body Only||w/ 18-55mm||w/ 18-55mm||Body||—|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p||1080p||1080p||1080p||1080p||1080p|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical||Optical||Optical||Optical||Optical||fixed LCD|
|Wireless Communication Technology||BuiltIn; 802.11/b/g/n with NFC||Wi-Fi||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||BuiltIn; 802.11b/g/n + NFC + Bluetooth||Wi-Fi|
Whether raising your game to SLR level photography or having fun with a feature-rich, versatile SLR you can use pretty much anywhere, the EOS 80D camera is your answer. It features an impressive 45-point all cross-type AF system that provides high-speed, highly precise AF in virtually any kind of light. In dim lighting, it has improved low luminance performance to EV -3 and is compatible with most EF lenses (lenses with maximum apertures of f/8 or higher, and some lenses with extenders attached may operate at a maximum of 27 points). It also features 4 types of AF area selection modes useful for a number of different AF situations. To help ensure photographers don't miss their shot, an Intelligent Viewfinder with approximately 100% coverage provides a clear view and comprehensive image data. Approximately 100% coverage means there’s virtually no guesswork when it comes to composition, and with all settings available at a glance, the Intelligent Viewfinder helps photographers keep their eye on their subject, so the image can be captured at the right instant. The powerful 24.2 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor and Dual Pixel CMOS AF for Live View shooting enhance the EOS 80D's performance across the board. Complementing the EOS 80D's advanced operation are built-in wireless connectivity and Full HD 60p movies that can be saved as MP4s for easy sharing. Merging power, precision and operability, the EOS 80D is a dynamic SLR camera for anyone ready to realize their creative vision.
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So let’s first take a look at the build quality and design of the Canon 80d. Now I've been testing the 80d out for a while now and felt comfortable using it pretty much straight away. That’s because the body itself isn’t changed that much from the old 70d, which his the camera I’ve used for 2 years or so. There are a few new things that have changed though. The buttons on the back of the camera are different and feel a lot easier to use. They’re a little bit more pronounced and this is nice.
The grip itself is nice. It’s not a very heavy camera like the Canon 5d or 6d, but it’s also got enough weight on it to easily deal with a heavier lens like the Sigma 18-35mm that I also use. On the side of the camera you’ll also notice a new port, the headphone jack which is something I’ll talk about in a bit. But overall the build quality is fantastic, and to me is the sweet spot size for DSLR’s.
- MENUS -
Now when I first heard about the new Canon 80d, one thing I didn’t expect to change was the menu system. But it has. It’s now a little bit more compact and is using a new tabbed system rather than the old system. It’s taken me a little bit of time to get used to it but it does seem pretty easy. Fortunately it’s not too overloaded with options, especiaslly for beginners, but if you do put it in manual mode you do get a lot more options to play around wiht.
- LCD SCREEN -
Now one of the best features of the old Canon 70d was it’s touch screen and I’m pleased to say the Canon 80d is just as good.
Because the Canon 80d has such fantastic autofocus, having the touch screen really makes things easy, especially if you want to do some nice focus pulls. I use this nearly overtime i make videos and it’s how I do those product focus pulls from time to time. Of course the 80d’s screen is also articulating and it’s something I couldn’t live without now. Being able to switch it around to any angel is great, especially for someone like me who films all my own videos.
It's also a pretty big lcd screen, especially compared to a smaller camera like the Sony A6300 and that’s something I like. It’s deinfitely one of the best LCD screens I’ve ever used.
- AUTOFOCUS -
One thing that I’ve been incredibly impressed with on the new 80d is it’s autofocus performance. And to be fair I was a little bit sceptical at first. That’s because the Canon 70d’s dual pixel autofocus was so good. But Canon have seemed to have been able to make it quicker and a little bit more acurate. Especially using the LCD on the back.
It's incredibly snappy autofocus and when you pair it up with one of the dedicated Canon lenses it really is impressive. I’ve even used it with my Sigma lenses, and it’s pretty consistent across the board.
Now the Canon 70d was one of the most popular video cameras over the last 2 years and for good reason. It’s dual pixel autofocus system was by far the best around. But it was lacking a few things. Firstly it could only shoot 60 frames per second in 720p. Now I’m not a huge fan of filming in 60p, but i was impressed with it. If you want to see a test video I made in 60frames per second, click the link here to see.
I didn’t really expect the dual pixel autofocus to be any better than the 70d but it is. Which is pretty incredible. Being able to quickly pull focus using the touch screen is great and the face tracking works pretty well. It does have problems every now and then if you are wearing a hat or sunglasses though. To be fair, the Canon 80d is still lagging a little bit behind in terms of resolution. There are a lot of cameras that have 4k now and it would have been nice to see it included, but I didn’t expect it to be fair.
Although it is still only 1080p thought the video quality was nice and I’ll definitely be upgrading to the 80d from my 70d for my future videos.
- HEADPHONE JACK -
One of my favorite new additions to the Canon 80d is a little inclusion on the side here, a headphone jack. This is something so basic that has been missing from a lot of Canon DSLR’s for so long and it’s great to see it in. Being able to really monitor your audio is huge and it’s worth the upgrade in itself.
If you’re going to be filming a lot, then the 80d is definitely going to worst the upgrade.
First, the 4K issue. I also own a Samsung NX1, which is more or less the gold standard in hyper-detailed 4K realism. It’s a visually stunning image, and it’s no exaggeration that you can see every single blade of grass in a lawn. But while stunning, it’s not “filmic.” By that, I mean we’re accustomed to a certain “look” and “feel” in movies. Film flickers past at 24 frames per second; and if it’s shot at 30 frames per second (NTSC video rate), it feels “off” – the so-called “video” look. The same goes for detail. The hyper-detail in 4K cameras feels off cinematically. A cinematic image needs to be focused; but if you’re seeing pores on a face (which 4K is more than capable of rendering), then the image is no longer pleasant.
The footage from the 80D is pleasant, focused, and cinematic.
I also wanted to touch on the ALL-I codec. The immediate default for filmmakers is to shoot “flat,” and turn sharpness completely off. The reasons for this are twofold – to reduce aliasing and moire artifacts; and historically, in-camera sharpness was just ugly.
That’s not the case with the 80D’s ALL-I recording codec, which produces an impressive high-bitrate recording (I’ve heard it’s around 100 mbs). Using ALL-I, and with in-camera sharpness at 2, I put the camera through the ringer on everything I could find that produced aliasing and moire in every other camera I’ve owned (a bookshelf of DVD’s, telephone wires, brick walls, etc.), and none of it resulted in aliasing or moire. And the in-camera sharpness looks great! It no longer has the harsh, scrunched up contrast lines; the 80D’s sharpness looks better than anything you could do in post, and still allows for a gentle falloff on highlights and shadows.
As for the camera's dual-pixel auto focus, it's everything you've read about it and more. It really sets the gold standard for video auto focus. It locks in smoothly, and accurately, without any back-and-forth "hunting."
Anyway, that’s my two cents.
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The supplied downloadable manual is very comprehensive but a little sparing on detail so I have made use of You Tube quite a bit.
On the whole I am very happy with my purchase and am now in the process of acquiring some better lenses.
So far its very good even on modest "kit" lenses