The Canon has added 2 new models in its EOS DSLR lineup, aka EOS 800D (the 77D and Rebel T7i). The former design was presented one year ago and it had a couple of advantages over the Rebel series, but it was below the 80D. New model has a 24.2 megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor with a Digic 7 processor, a 6 frames/ sec continuous shooting with 45-point autofocus system, a Dual Pixel AF and max ISO of 25,600. It also has NFC & WiFi connectivity for remotely controlling the camera. The video recording is limited at 1080p at more than 60 frames/ sec. so, you will find most of the similar specs on the Rebel model. The major differences are the 5fps continuous shooting, a lighter body and the T7i sports a 19-point AF. It is expected that 77D & Rebel T7i will be available at stores in the month of April 2017 with an estimated price for 77D at $900 and for T7i at $750 (body only).
Canon has indicated that these models are presented for people who don’t need a camera like the 80D, but don’t need to spend more than $1,000. In the case, if the EOS 77D & Rebel T7i aren’t enough for you, there is another option of EOS M6. This new mirror-less camera is actually an M5 without a built-in electronic viewfinder. The main features are similar as 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 100-25,600 ISO and a Digic 7 processor. You will also find Bluetooth, WiFi and NFC for sharing photographs or remotely controlling the camera using the Connect app for iOS & Android of Canon. The 3-inch LCD now tilts to help you in taking some extraordinary shots for you and your friends, but after attaching the optional EVF with it. It was also said that as other 2 shooters announced by Canon, the EOS M6 will not be available on stores until April 2017.