Canon Eos 80D Review.
The Canon EOS 80D is an enthusiast-level DSLR and the successor to the 70D. It sports a new 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor which, like the 70D, offers Canon’s Dual Pixel on-sensor phase-detection autofocus system. The 80D also gains a new 45-point hybrid AF system with all of the points being cross-type. This is a step up from the 19-point AF system in the 70D, though not quite at the same level as the 65-point coverage offered by the more professionally-oriented 7D Mark II.
Featuring a body sealed against dust and moisture, the 80D has a polycarbonate exterior and magnesium alloy chassis. It is nearly identical in design to its predecessor, with the majority of controls accessible via the articulating rear touchscreen, as well as via physical control points. Video is a major part of the 80D’s total package. While it cannot shoot 4K, it does offer 1080/60p capture and continuous autofocus during video. A headphone socket has been added to complement its microphone port.back to menu ↑
Canon EOS 80D features:
- 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF
- 45-point AF system with all cross-type points
- 3″ 1.04M-dot articulating touchscreen
- 1080/60p video capture
- 7 fps continuous shooting with AF
- Weather-resistant body
- 7560-pixel RGB+IR Metering Sensor
- Wi-Fi + NFC
Different upgrades come as another mirror vibration control framework (like the 5DS and 7D Mark II), which should help decrease the haze inciting impacts of shade stun. The 80D likewise gains the equivalent 7560-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor found in the Rebel T6s and T6i, a genuine improvement over the 63-zone double layer sensor found in the 70D. This new sensor gives the camera some level of human subject mindfulness for the subject following through the viewfinder. Be that as it may, in contrast to the 7D Mark II, the 80D does not have Canon’s ‘Clever Tracking and Recognition’ (iTR) framework, which uses the metering sensor alongside separation data to subject track.back to menu ↑
The new sensor
It’s an obvious fact that some Canon shooters have been baffled starting late, as Sony’s sensor innovation walks ahead as far as a unique range. Luckily, the 80D imprints a noteworthy advance forward in Canon’s sensor improvement, offering much preferable DR over the 70D or 7D Mark II. Be that as it may, the new sensor isn’t fascinating due to the photos it can catch. Double Pixel AF not just takes into consideration ceaseless concentration during video catch, however during still catch (in live view mode) also. We originally observed this component in the Rebel T6s and it is energizing to see it presently advancing up Canon’s evolved way of life to devotee level cameras.back to menu ↑
Features of Canon EOS 80D DSLR CAMERA
|Canon EOS 80D|
|ISO range||100-16000 (expands to 25600)|
|AF (viewfinder)||45 all cross-type points|
|AF (Live view/video)||Dual pixel AF|
|Intelligent Tracking and Recognition||No|
|C-AF in live view during still shooting||Yes|
|Burst rate||7 fps|
|LCD spec||3″ 1.04M-dot articulating touch LCD|
|Weight||730 g (1.61 lb)|
Beside the 70D, the nearest kin to the 80D is the more expertly arranged Canon EOS 7D Mark II. It utilizes a marginally lower goals chip and offers a less unique range than the 80D. While the two offer similar essential video specs, the 7D Mark II is better prepared for quick activity, on account of more noteworthy AF point inclusion, a committed AF joystick and the consideration of Canon iTR, just as a quicker shooting rate. Then again, the 80D’s touch center capacities settle on it an additionally engaging decision for video.
Obviously, the full casing Canon 6D now falls into a comparable value class to both the 80D and 7D Mark II, making it deserving of thought. In spite of the fact that it’s a long way from new, the 6D remains a strong and well-known camera in spite of its similarly shortsighted AF framework.back to menu ↑
Gallery of Canon EOS 80D DSLR CAMERA.back to menu ↑
Where to Buy Canon EOS 80D Dslr camera.
Looking for a camera that is great for landscapes and still-life photography? The Canon EOS 80D camera comes with the APS-C CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 6 Imaging Processor to make sure images are incredibly detailed. The 45 selectable points (all cross-type) and the 7560-pixel RGB + IR Metering System...