The Canon EOS Rebel T6s and T6i (760D and 750D) have been in our hands long enough to put together a couple of real-world sample galleries, and now we've added the cameras to our studio test scene comparison tool. The new 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor that these cameras share represents a step forward for Canon's Rebel lineup, which up had been using an 18MP chip since the T2i. See how these bold new Rebels compare to other cameras in their class in our studio scene update to the first impressions review. 

We'll be revisiting this portion of our review soon with an in-depth analysis of image quality and sensor performance, but for now you can compare Raw and JPEG results from the new Rebels yourself to see the improved detail and noise (ISO) performance the new models bring to the lineup.