Canon 80D DSLR has unveiled its new version of the mid-range cameras in the Canon 80D camera, which comes with a DSLR,
and it is worth noting that this camera came as an alternative to the Canon 70D camera.
Canon 80D camera features and specifications
Canon introduces Canon 80D with a 3-inch screen with LCD technology and 1.04 million dots, with 24.2 megapixels and an APS-C CMOS sensor
In addition to a DIGIC 6 processor with 45 points of dual autofocus,
7 fps, ISO sensitivity of 16,000 and up to 52K
Besides, the camera supports NFC and wireless technology,
which provide control of camera settings or send photos to your device with the Camera Connect app.
Canon 80D camera is capable of recording video at 1080 resolution up to 60fps with smooth continuous focus
In addition to the microphone port and a 3.5mm headphone, the camera also provides a new option for users looking for integrated and appropriate lenses through the EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM, which is the first lens to have a Nano USM focus motor
It combines the advantages of the USM system that provides accurate focus in photography with the advantages of the STM system that provides a smooth focus in video.
Canon 80D camera supports PZ-E1 autofocus engine that provides 10 speeds and phone remote control
Speaking of the battery
it is the same old version,
which means that you can use the old battery on this camera. Not only that, the company revealed a new adapter piece known as Power Zoom,
which is priced at $ 120 and is compatible with EF-S lenses, in addition to a system recording system Stereo,
which is valued at $ 250.
As we mentioned earlier, the Canon 80D has a new focus system that is characterized by wide coverage as it consists of 45 points, all of which are Cross-Type,
which makes the performance better than the previous version system consisting of 19 points
Provides the ability to work in low light -3EV, in addition to a continuous shooting capacity of 7 fps with continuous focus,
along with reliable tracking Servo AF II supplied with a system measuring 7,560 points.
Another feature of the Canon 80D is that it has a stereo microphone that is integrated by default with the camera
In addition to the possibility of manually adjusting by the user, through the camera,
the volume can be controlled according to the desire of the camera user.
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The 3-inch touchscreen feature with a million points makes the screen with excellent accuracy.
Canon introduces its camera with a DIGIC 6 processor and thus better image resolution
The camera comes with a new 45-point All Cross-type Fox, along with the Automatic Fox system.
It comes with Wi-Fi support to transfer photos directly to the phone, computer or any other device
1080p video shooting feature at 60fps with MP4 format.
The camera is backed by a modern 24.2 MP sensor.
Canon 80 price
Canon 80D camera offers many features and is suitable for photographing in various situations, but as for its price,
it reaches about $ 1200 and considering this price it is considered average compared to other cameras of Canon,
a leader in the field of cameras in all its forms. Its types.
Although the 80D’s screen is very good, the viewfinder is still the more natural option for most photographers to use when shooting stills,
especially if the subject is moving. This also provides a bright view – and unlike the 70D’s viewfinder,
which only covers 98% of the lens field of view, the 80D’s covers 100%. That means there are fewer surprises around the edge of the frame when you review your shots.
In an update on the 70D, it’s possible to select the Creative Filter mode via the 80D’s mode dial. When this is selected,
one of 10 filter effects can be applied to JPEG images as they are shot. If you’re shooting raw files or raw+JPEG files,
the camera switches automatically to shooting just JPEGs. Although it’s possible to use Creative Filters when composing images in the viewfinder,
their impact can only be previewed on the main screen in Live View mode.
Canon has given the 80D a new 24-million-pixel sensor along with a Digic 6 processing engine. This may sound similar to the 24Mp 750D and 760D,
but these lower-level cameras have Hybrid AF III devices, not the Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor of the 80D.
The 80D’s sensor and processor combination brings a native sensitivity range of ISO 100-16,000 (a third of a stop higher than the 70D),
and a maximum expansion value of ISO 25,600 (the same as the 70D).
And while the maximum continuous shooting rate is the same as the 70D’s at 7fps, the burst depth has been increased to 110 JPEGs or 25 raw files when a UHS-1 SD card is used;
that’s a significant step up from the 65 JPEG or 16 raw files possible with the 70D.
According to Canon the new system is more sensitive and faster than the one in the 70D, but because fast autofocusing often isn’t desirable when you’re shooting video,
it’s possible to vary the speed of the 80D’s system over seven steps for slower focus changes.
Although the 80D lacks one of the most in-vogue video features – 4K recording – it improves upon the 70D’s video offering with a headphone port for audio monitoring
and the ability to record Full HD (1980 x 1020) footage at 50fps for 2x slow-motion playback.
Canon introduced its Anti-flicker system with the 7D Mark II to help produce predictable exposure and color when shooting under a light source that’s prone to flickering
(for example fluorescent light). This clever technology
which detects the frequency of the flicker and times shots so that they’re taken when the impact on exposure and color is minimal, has now made it into the 80D.
Another point worthy of note is that, like the 5DS/R and 1DX Mark II, the 80D has Ambience priority and White priority options for the automatic white balance system.
Using the Ambience priority setting produces images
that retain some of the color created by the lighting whereas the White priority setting is intended to remove the color cast.