Canon EOS 750D Review – Digital SLR Camera Reviews
With the Canon EOS 750D you can take your pictures with ease, it features DSLR technology which takes stunning picture and HD video.
The Canon EOS 750D was launched in early 2015 and is one of Canon’s advanced beginner DSLRs. The device is a step up from the EOS 700, with improvements on the sensor from 18 to 24.2MP with a sensitivity range of ISO100-12,800.
For the first time with Canon DSLRs, the EOS 750D features dynamic range & both Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC), enabling it to be connected to your smartphone or tablet for both photo sharing and remote control. You can even connect two cameras together by touching the NFC logos and transfer images. Like the Canon 750d predecessor, it has a 3.0-inch touch sensitive TFT screen. The vari-angle hinge on the side enable you to place in all the positions you want.
The Canon 750D camera’s 19-point phase-detect AF system comes handy when shooting through the viewfinder. You can leave the choice of AF point for the camera to decide or you can set it manually in Single Point AF or Zone AF mode. The unit avails face detection, tracking AF, Flexi zone multi and single modes when using live view.
An aluminium alloy and polycarbonate resin with fiber glass chassis gives the Canon 750D camera a durable feel, even for entry level DSLR, and it does not squeak when gripped tightly. A deep grip with textured coating on the front and a small thumb ridge makes it feel safe and comfortable in your grasp.
Being a DSLR, the camera has an optical viewfinder and pent mirror design that shows approximately 95% of the scene. Exposure mode is set using a dedicated mode dial on the right of the T6i’s plate. Although there is no lock on the dial, it does not get knocked off position with ease. The Canon EOS 750D can shoot continuously at 5fps, which may be considered not fantastic by current standards but still an asset when shooting sport. The image quality and level of detail in images has really improved from the 700, but noise levels are about the same.
Canon EOS 750D - Pros & Cons
- With a 24.2 Megapixel camera you can take amazing shots & it features a live view mode with a fast shutter speed.
- With Wi-Fi and NFC you can quickly connect and transfer images and movies to compatible smartphones directly from the Canon 750d
- Record Cinematic Full HD Video with the Canon EOS 750D as Easily as you Shoot Stills.