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INFOCUS

Source: 1 REFINED CONTROLS Like the EOS 80D, the new 77D features two control wheels and a top-plate LCD screen.2 GO WIRELESS Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth enable you to control the 77D from a connected smartphone.3 MAKING MOVIES The 77D can record Full HD 60p and has an HDR Movie mode.

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THREE-LOADER

As Canon celebrates three decades of the EOS system, it’s taken the opportunity to introduce a trio of additional EOS cameras: two APS-C DSLRs and new CSC

FIRST LOOK

F IRST on the list of Canon’s latest EOS launches (see opposite page also) is the 77D. Positioned between the new 800D and the 80D, it’s pitched as a camera that’s “ideal if you’re looking to upgrade your kit and re?ne your skills?? Canon’s DSLR line-up isn’t exactly short of upgrade options: there are already six APS-C DSLRs in the current EOS range before you factor in the two new cameras?

Muddying the waters further, both the 77D and the older (and more expensive) 80D share a similar feature set? ?oth use the same ????-megapixel CMOS sensor, carry out autofocus duties with the same 45 cross-type AF point system, and feature Canon’s excellent

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