Canon EOS M6, Canon T7i and Canon 77D Unveiled, Powerful Features at Affordable Packages [VIDEO]
Canon has recently launched three brand new cameras this week in the form of the Canon EOS M6, the Canon T7i, and the Canon 77D. The EOS M6 is the latest Mirror-less offering from the company, while the T7i and the 77D are its entry-level DSLRs. All three camera do offer some similar specs and hardware, with the exception of slight differences in features and design.
None of the three cameras support 4K video recording, which isn't really a deal breaker since most entry-level consumers won't really have access to editing systems and output devices that can handle 4K video files. All three cameras do support 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second.
Canon T7i and Canon 77D
These two DSLRs have the same 24-megapixel sensor that has enhanced performance and a faster 6 frames per second shooting capabilities, thanks to their new DIGIC 7 processor. Both offer almost the same features and only differ in their body styles.
The 77D is more geared toward those who like to have more controls when they shoot manually. This is apparent in the addition of a secondary top LCD screen, a display-off sensor, an AF-on button, a locking switch, and a control dial at the back. Both cameras offer an extensive connectivity suite including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC, which is perfect for those who want to do remote recording or directly send their images to their PC, mobile, or tablet.
Canon EOS M6
The Canon EOS M6 is the successor to the Canon EOS M5, but it doesn't necessarily mean that it is better. The camera features the same internals as its predecessor, but this time in a smaller and lightweight body. Users will also notice that the new model now lacks a viewfinder, which isn't really a big deal in this category. Another big feature change is the tilt screen that now tilts up, which is actually perfect for shooting selfies with a mount or tripod.
The Canon EOS M6, Canon T7i and Canon 77D and expected to be released next month, on March 30. While the cameras do lack 4K video capabilities, they are still three of the best candidates to be the best entry-level cameras for 2017.