Canon EOS Rebel T7i / 800D bring Dual Pixel AF to entry-level series
Making great quality photography easier than ever, the EOS 800D lets you shoot amazing photos and movies of the important times in your life. And because it’s a DSLR you’ll love its bright optical viewfinder that shows the world as it really is.
Extend your perspective
Shoot photos and movies from low-down or overhead, using the EOS 800D’s Vari-Angle touch screen to compose the scene. Focus and shoot with a single tap.
Experiment with creativity
A guided user interface teaches you how camera settings work, while letting you capture great photos at the same time.
Canon is taking the wraps off its latest entry-level DSLR, the EOS Rebel T7i (known as the EOS 800D in most regions and the Kiss X9i in Japan). It’s the highest specified of the beginner-friendly line and maintains the same 24.4MP resolution CMOS sensor as its T6i predecessor. What is new is a 45-point all cross-type autofocus system used for viewfinder shooting, and Dual Pixel AF in live view, a pretty serious upgrade over the T6i’s 19-point system.
The T7i was the first Rebel to use Canon Digic 7 image processor, and resulted in a slightly faster 6 fps explosion rate. Wi-Fi and NFC are now equipped with Bluetooth, making it compatible with the first Bluetooth wireless remote or smartphone. A 3 “1.04 million dot touchscreen is offered, such as a new interface designed to guide novice photographers and help them get the images they want.
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