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Canon EOS 750D Review

The Canon EOS 750D is a brilliant option for those aiming to try their hand at a spot of DSLR photography. Affordable, simple to use, great image and plenty of options for lenses make the Canon EOS 750D very suitable an individual looking to test the waters of manual photography without getting overwhelmed.

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Overview

  • APS-C Sensor
  • 2MP
  • Canon EF Lens Mount
  • 0-inch, vari-angle touchscreen, 1,040,000 dots
  • 1080p video capture

Features

As a DSLR, the Canon EOS 750D has a nice chunky build to it in a very class-Canon style. At a glance, you wouldn’t even be able to tell it apart from most other Canon models!

The 24.2 megapixel APS-C sensor present in the 750D is powered by the DIGIC 6 processor. It offers solid enough speed for everyday shooting environments, although more experienced photographers may find it a tad on the slow side.

Due to the presence of anti-aliasing filter, images can get a certain degree of softness to them, but all moiré patterning is total avoided, which will be useful if capturing very dense patterns.

This can result in somewhat lesser detail than other entry-level models, but for a DSLR in this price range it’s not really much of a drawback – detail is still decent enough for most beginners and actually much better than most filter-equipped models.

The 750D has a native ISO range of between 100 – 12,800, which can be further extended into 25,600. 6400 and under is definitely the best settings to keep however, as these work best to reduce all image noise and produce the most detailed images.

Shooting at 5fps, the 750D does have a rather standard speed, but it is a level that you come to expect in DSLRs so it at least delivers on that front. Again, this aimed at a casual user, so the speed should be more than enough for this.

It even has an 8-frame RAW file limit, and while that doesn’t sound like much for some, the fact you can capture up to 940 JPEGs in a burst should make up for it.

Additionally, the speed is bettered by the new AF system. It’s a 19-point sensor, with each one being a cross-type. This combines with the on-sensor phase detection pixels found in previous Canon and is used in Live View mode.

When it comes to viewfinder mode, the AF reacts promptly to cover the central section of the LCD screen with seven columns serving as focus points. This definitely helps beginners to get a feel for the AF system without the need of manual adjustments.

Live View mode certainly impresses too. The speed and smoothness in this mode is great, and almost totally silent when using the standard STM kit lens. This is due to the incredibly quiet motor designs in these lens that will reduce all noise, which is great for recording live footage.

Video recording is possible at Full HD, although it can’t capture at 60fps. 30, 25, and 24fps are available however, and you can shoot in 60 frames when using 720p.

Final Thoughts

The Canon EOS 750D’s biggest selling-point is just how affordable it is. Also, its very easy to use and has a solid AF system that is ideal for anyone starting out in photography.

Although given the lower price, there isn’t too much in the way of features, but it’s a great DSLR to start with for many!

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