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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Canon EOS-77D APS-C DSLR Camera Review

Canon EOS-77D APS-C DSLR camera

Canon announced the Rebel T7i, EOS-800D and the EOS-77D all at once in February, 2017. The EOS-77D camera is situated somewhere between the Rebel T7i and EOS-80D. The list price difference between the models is about 150 to 200 U.S. dollars either way.

The EOS-77D is a good camera. It is a departure from the previous Rebel models and has features and layout similar to the EOS-XXD models. However, I am not sure why Canon needs to bring out the Rebel T7i for $150 less in list price and strip out some of the capabilities. Why add another name plate to the already crowded low end lineup? Just call the EOS-77D camera the new and improved Rebel T7i and really make that claim meaningful this time, instead of the old, tired cliche.  You can download a copy of the Owner Manual for your perusal and decide if you want to upgrade to this camera.

Many serious photographers are willing to pay $150 more than the Rebel T7i once they have seen the EOS-77D specs and have decided to upgrade from their Rebel T4i to T6i bodies. For these photographers to move up to the EOS-80D will require an additional $350 more than the Rebel T7i so paying an extra $150 and getting all the additional features of the EOS-77D make sense.

As The Wildlife Ho-tographer, the primarily cameras for my work are the EOS-1D X Mark IIEOS-1D Mark IV, EOS-5Ds and EOS-7D Mark II. You can follow my travels on Facebook and Twitter. See my equipment bag and works on

EOS-77D Main Camera Specs :

  • 24.2 megapixel Canon APS-C CMOS imaging sensor
  • New 45-point all cross-type AF system. AF with f/8 aperture lens combinations
  • Top LCD Panel, Rear Control Dial, Multi-function Lock Switch and Auto Off Sensor
  • DIGIC 7 image processor
  • Built-in WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth
  • ISO 100-25600 (expandable to 51200)
  • 6 fps burst mode
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF 
  • Servo AF in Live View with continuous shooting at 4.5 fps
  • 1080/60p Full HD video in MP4 format
  • Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch, 1 million dot, Clear View LCD II monitor
  • EOS scene analysis system and new color tone detection
  • Light flicker detection and Anti-flicker shutter timing
  • Movie Electronic Image Stabilization
  • Intelligent viewfinder with liquid crystal overlay
  • Creative filters mode on the dial
  • Group Photo Special Scene Mode

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