canon eos rebel t7i review
Canon Eos Rebel T7i is the latest in a long line of entry-level Canon DSLRs that can chart their heritage back to the original EOS Digital Rebel ( Eos 300D) That arrived back in 2003.
Canon’s current Eos Rebel T6I / Eos 750D has established itself as one of our favorite entry-level DSLRs .
It is packed with a set of features perfect for the new user, while the polished handling makes it a pleasure to use. Eos Rebel T7i / 800D offer a number if improvements over its predecessor, although not all of them are obvious from a glance at the spec sheet.
Canon Eos Rebel T7I 800D Review
While the Eos Rebel T7I / Eos 800D sports the same 24.2mp resolution as the Rebel T6i / Eos 750D, the sensor has been overhauled. we’re told that it uses the same technology we’ve seen in the Eos 80D.
Canon wouldn’t elaborate on what exactly has changed, it uses the same on-chip digital-to-analogue conversion technology that we’ve seen in the Eos 5D Mark IV to handle noise better. Canon claims that it can handle 14 times more information than the DIGIC 6 processor that was in the T6i / 750D , which again should help deliver a better high-ISO noise performance, as well as improved auto focus performance too.
with the same 3.0—inch vari-angle touch screen display with a resolution of 1,040,000 dots. A slight boost in resolution, or increase in size to 3.2-inches ( Nikon D5600) , would have been welcome here , but perhaps Canon may thought that improvements that were unnecessary here, because it’s already one of the most polished touch interfaces out there The T7i / 800D’s phase-detect system works very well. focusing speed was pretty snapp, even with the 18-55 lens we used ,while subject tracking performance is noticeably better than the T6i / 750D , thanks to the 7560-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor that helps AFsystem to track subjects. If you can get over these issues though ,and if you are re looking for the well-rounded and easy to use camera which you can take your first steps in the world of DSLR photography with, the EOS Rebel T7I / EOS 800D is certainly worth a look