750d/760d is the same. They haven't microAFadjustment. So, they are only toys. If you put a decent lens on them you will have out of focus photos.For a minimal 'serious' use, you need microAFadjustment, that begins with 70d.
blue hour: If you appreciate the Canon 760 D feature set and control layoutyou should consider the Canon 70 D.
The 70 D offers a superior pentaprism viewfinder, Canons cutting edge Dual Pixel CMOS AF, better battery life and a more durable body.
@blue hourAnd 70d also has microAFadjustment, and faster AF.
@thx1138Better play the lottery.Fist, a 20 MP sensor is a lot in aps-c senzor size. You can't arrive at that MP count with any actual lens. Look at Dxomark.Second. Actual Canon sensor technology is almost the same as of 7d, Announced Sep 1, 2009. If you expect that it will be better (dynamic range...), good luck, but I don't think so.
@badiYou're right! An actual canon camera is as good as a 6 years old camera. The only real difference is live af. The rest is almost the same.
toni2: It's not a logical thing. It's only marketing: canon are adding more segments, so they can increase the price of other models.In other words, it should only be 100d, 760d, and 70d. Clear models, and clear features.
Canon already had the entire range with the 100d, the 760d and the 70d, and you know it perfectly.The only argument to have 600d, 700d, 750d, 760d... is to expand this xxxd serie and to raise the price of each xxxd model. This "basic marketing 101" is too obvious. What have the 760d? the things that should have 750d and it has not. The LCD that old 350d had, and continous af in video. Pffff basic marketing... it's better basic customer whip. The next thing will be a camera with a shutter and if you pays a bit more in the next model, when you press the shutter it will also take the photo!
It's not a logical thing. It's only marketing: canon are adding more segments, so they can increase the price of other models.In other words, it should only be 100d, 760d, and 70d. Clear models, and clear features.
Michel Cojan: tried it today... frankly, not impressed... All right, it's still in beta version, but tried a "simple" thing like opening a short series of 10-12 RAW images (things I do regularly in Photoshop or Light-Room with dozens, even hundreds of RAW images at a time), whole thing jammed on me and jammed the whole system. Restarted my Mac (hard reset), than tried again with same result. For now, forget about it.
@Michel CojanDo you know what means Digital? How you recover, you try and keep your digital information? With a pen and paper?Anyway, you are partly right. Focus on the program. No works well even on Mac, its unique platform. But in other platforms, when a program doesn't work, you close it, you don't need to reboot the system. That's all.
Boky: Buying canon dSLR without focus micro-adjust is ludicrous. Been there, done that - never again!
@Rishi SanyalYou assume that a user who buys a 760d can not improve and change the kit lens with a better one?
hahaha In fact, 760d sells without lens!
I need facts, no beliefs! I said this yesterday!!!
Microadjustment it's product differentiation. It's simple: Do you want more? pay more.
Anyway, there is another simple fact. I can buy an interchangeable lens camera, and as the camera has interchangeable lens (isn't it?), I can change it. Obviously I will not put a worse lens that the one that comes with the camera, so I can buy an inexpensive F2.8 zoom or a F1.4 fixed lens and put it on a 760d (low model?). You (vendor) think that perhaps a lot of people will not change lens? It's ok. Perhaps a lot of people will not change the lens. But you (vendor) are selling me a interchangeable lens camera, and I paying for a interchangeable lens camera. Do you understand what it means?
And with F2.8 or F1.4 it is necessary to have microadjusment, even on an aps-c camera. And if you do not think so, explain me why 70d and 7d are both aps-c and both have microadjustment... So it's clear that aps-c needs microadjustment.
There are facts and beliefs. I've said are facts.
@Wye PhotographyIf you were a professional, you would know you have to use windows 7.Now that you mention it, I have no virus, nor have antivirus.
@Wye PhotographyI never liked Mac. Fortunately, I saw the drawbacks BEFORE purchasing any mac.The people that are living in a fantasy land is the people that own a Mac. The facts are very clear.
@Michel CojanYou said: "whole thing jammed on me and jammed the whole system. Restarted my Mac (hard reset)".I said: "I NEVER had this problem [need to restart. (hard reset)] on my old laptop with windows 7..."It's not the first time I listen you said from people with a Mac.
@Rishi SanyalWhenever you want, the Rebel product line is a DSLR with INTERCHANGEABLE lens (read it again). There are low cost F2.8 zoom lens or low cost F1.8 fixed lens, so you can't presume that lens ara above f3.5.And If you have prefocus or postfocus AF, you have lost focus. Whether you use aps-c as if using full frame. With aps-c you have a cutting, but it's the same out of focus image.So... any DSLR camera with INTERCHANGEABLE lens should have micro focus adjustment.
Rishi Sanyal, I don't understand you.A basic DSLR user don't need microadjustment because he never changes his lents. And If lents or sensor are not well adjusted?And If some basic user decides to change his lents? Perhaps people buy a camera with interchangeable lents for something as change the lents...
toni2: Canon 5Ds: The best canon full-frame reflex with a lot of megapixels (no lens better than 30 MP!), without a good dynamic range sensor (as 7dmk2 has) and without 1080p 60fps... That's all.How do I know that the dynamic range is not great? Because if it was excellent, Canon would said that.
Specialized DSLR? for what?big resolution? there isn't lens with so much effective resolution.Landscapes? with a poor dynamic range.
Jammed the whole system? I NEVER had this problem on my old laptop with windows 7...As other user says, Mac are mythology. The real thing is radically opposed.
JesseCornelius: I have a T3i and I'm still new and learning about photography but im looking into upgrading soon. Should I get the T6S or just keep saving and get a 70D?
If you have money, get a 70d.All the actual models xxxd (100d, 600d, 700d, 750d, 760d) are a joke. Should only be 100d (small body) and 760d. The only reason you have so many models is raising the price of the latter.
Canon 5Ds: The best canon full-frame reflex with a lot of megapixels (no lens better than 30 MP!), without a good dynamic range sensor (as 7dmk2 has) and without 1080p 60fps... That's all.How do I know that the dynamic range is not great? Because if it was excellent, Canon would said that.
At the same time: 600d, 700d, 750d, 760d... really? Why not only 760d? Too eager to make more money selling the same.
Full frame it's the best because have best image quality. That's all. It's so simple as why some photographers use fixed lens (not zoom). Best image quality. That's all. Do you want best image quality? go with full frame and fixed lens. It's simple!!Do you think that aps-c or m4/3 have good enough quality? it's ok. But it's not the best. Your thought it's not a fact, it's only an opinion.
Looking dxomark, there is a question to ask to Canon: why are canon new XXXd sensors bad than previous ones? dxomark 600d 65 points, dxomark 100d 63 points, dxomark 700d 61 points. Is Canon playing with it's customers?
NJOceanView: This seems like a good solution for those who need APS-C cameras. I'm one of them because I don't need uber-shallow DOF but do need every inch of reach I can get. I also shoot JPEGs much of the time for the kind of work that I do.
That being said, if you look both at the Beatles patch and the Honey Ridge Farms label in the 1) low light setting 2) as a JPEG at 3) 12800, you'll see that the 7D2 does a rather impressive job compared to the 7D1, 7100 and 6000.
I'm tending to agree with many posters that we may be hitting limits on what we can do with a crop sensor, and yes I was hoping for something even better. But if the criteria is 1) a crop sensor camera + 2) low light performance, the 7D2 looks to me to take the crown -- only by a bit in RAW but by something more notable in JPEG.
In that case, this camera it's for you.But we are not evaluating if this is a aps-c sensor camera nor it's beginner jpeg mode. We're evaluating aps-c sensor quality against other cameras in professional raw mode.
There are two big improvements from 7d to 7dmk2: price and autofocus (in that order). Sensor image quality is almost the same.