Canon EOS 80D: Offering a 24.20MP CMOS Sensor, DIGIC 6 Image Processor and Wireless Connectivity
The Canon EOS 80D from Canon is the latest DSLR in town equipped with several premium attributes and the latest connectivity schemes. This camera will soon hit the retail stores but nothing much has been revealed regarding the official pricing of the same. Here is more about the Canon EOS 80D in terms of detailed specifications:
The Canon EOS 80D offers a 24.20MP, APS-C CMOS sensor working in harmony with the DIGIC 6 image processor. In terms of aspect ratio the Canon EOS 80D supports 1:1, 16:9, 4:3 and 3:2. The Canon EOS 80D offers an extended ISO range of 100-16000 further expandable up to 25600. 6 white balance presets are on-board besides the custom white balance mode. Additional attributes include 45 focus points, manual focus, face detection and the 1.6x focal length multiplier.
A fully articulated LCD is on offer measuring 3 inches. Screen resolution for the same is 1040K dots. Touch support is available in addition to 100 percent viewfinder coverage. An optical pentaprism is featured besides the viewfinder magnification of 0.95X.
Photography and Videography
The Canon EOS 80D supports burst shooting for up to 7 frames per second. Built-in flash is available in addition to 3 metering modes, external flashlight compatibility, manual exposure mode and a few more attributes. The Canon EOS 80D is capable of recording Full HD videos. H.264 and MPEG-4 are the supported video formats.
Connectivity and Storage
The Canon EOS 80D boasts of USB v2.0, Built-in Wireless connectivity, NFC and the mini-HDMI port. SD, SDXC and SDHC digital cards are supported for expanding the internal storage limit.
This camera is powered by the LP-E6N battery offering up to 960 shots on a single charge.