First pics and info on Canon EOS 760D now available

First pics and info on Canon EOS 760D now available

You should not feel bad for your lack of information on the Canon EOS 760D as it is a new digital camera by Canon. It still has not reached the market, but as in many other cases preliminary information has been made available ahead of launch so here we will take a look at this new piece of photography hardware.

Okay, so according to the preliminary information that we have the Canon EOS 760D will have a 24.2 MP CMOS sensor and a Digic6 image processor that will handle all the information that goes through the lens. The rest of the specs of this nice camera include ISO 100-12800, expandable to ISO 25600, a CMOS AF III hybrid focus system, continuous shooting at 5 FPS, a 3-inch LCD monitor with 1.04 million dots and vari-angle, remote operation, Wi-Fi, NFC, a built-in guide number 12 flash, Full HD video shooting at 30 FPS, a 7560-pixel RGB-IR photometry sensor and more.

The Canon EOS 760D measures 131.9 x 100.7 x 77.8 mm and weighs 510 grams (555 grams with the battery installed and a memory card inside). No word on pricing as of now.


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