Canon EOS 800D: Feature-Packed DSLR Shooter with a 3-Inch Touchscreen and Full HD Recording Support
Here is a brand-new DSLR camera from Canon, boasting of a beefed-up specs sheet. This is one mid-range device for the enthusiasts stacking in an upgraded conglomerate of connectivity schemes. Apart from that, we also get an exceedingly vibrant interface and some premium photographic perks. Let us take a closer look at the existing set of attributes:
Canon EOS 800D throws in a standard, 24.2MP APS-C image sensor bolstered by the fastest AF speed of 0.03 sec. This camera offers the new and improved DIGIC 7 image processor capable of noise reduction and faster shutter speeds. ISO range for the same is 100-25600 and the higher limit can be expanded up to 51200.
Additionally, Canon throws in a 3-inch fully articulated display offering a touch screen and Live View support. In terms of viewfinder, we get an optical pentamirror with 95 percent coverage area. Other features include burst shooting support at 6 frames per second, built-in flashlight and external flashlight compatibility.
Mono speakers do not offer immersive acoustics and this is where Canon EOS 800D loses the plot. Moreover, despite featuring a rugged chassis, Canon misses out on environmental protection.
This gadget comes with a host of connectivity schemes including USB 2.0, HDMI output, microphone port, Bluetooth with NFC and the remote controller. Time lapse recording is supported by this DSLR followed by Built-in Wireless compatibility. Full HD recording at 60p is probably the best feature on display. Lastly, Canon offers a sizeable battery module, offering up to 600 shots on a single charge.