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About Body And Performance
On paper it says videos can be taken at up to 60 fps and can take photos to six thousand by four thousand pixels.
It doesn’t record 4K videos and also does not have a flat lock picture profile, the fill mode has seen tremendous improvement.
The new 80D has a 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 45-point (all-cross type) autofocus system, DIGIC 6 processor, an ISO range of 100 – ISO 16,000 and a continuous shooting speed of 7fps
The 80D’s sensor and processor combination brings a native sensitivity range of ISO 100-16,000. The reflex mode system, for instance, has 45 AF points, all of which are cross-type, whereas the 70D has 19 points.
This means the new camera has better AF point coverage, making it more able to find and follow subjects around the frame.
Furthermore, all of the points are cross-type with lenses that have a maximum aperture of f/5.6 or greater while the central 27 operate at f/8 and nine of them are cross-type at f/8.
That’s good news for anyone using telephoto lens/teleconverter combinations that reduce the maximum aperture to f/8.
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What my friends, some of them even taken part in world photography competition, suggested that as with every Canon DSLR camera, it is highly recommended to shoot with a neutral picture profile and adjusting it further by taking the sharpness completely out just like the contrast.
In our Canon 80D review we find that the performance would be further improved by having saturation set to -2.
The Canon 80D has tow video file compression the lower, IPB compression and higher bitrate ALL-I at which it is only possible to record 24 and 30 fps.
In our Canon 80D Review we found that it has got recording limit of 30 minutes after which the recording stops.
We also find touch screen, which is especially useful for vlogging. The quick access button on the screen, makes it easy and fast, to reach all important settings like aperture ISO, white balance, focus mode and audio control.
In our Canon 80D review we found that this touch screen is easy to use even in bright sunlight and to judge the exposure correctly!!
While the 3-inch 1,040,000-dot Clear View II screen on the back on the 80D deserves a mention because it provides a delightfully detailed, crisp view. When the target area is magnified on-screen in Live View mode it makes focusing manually much easier than when using the viewfinder.
In our Canon EOS 80D review we find that Its vari-angle hinge also makes the screen very useful when shooting from awkward angles in either landscape or portrait orientation, saving you from crawling around on the ground to get a worm’s eye view.
It’s at these times that the ability to set AF point and trip the shutter with a tap on the screen comes into its own.
The autofocus feature of this camera is awesome. In our Canon 80D review we found that the dual pizel CMOS AF has seen tremendous improvement in 80D. It features 3 AF modes that can be to focus on moving object.
The speed of focusing during video capture can be adjusted to make the focus pole fast or slow.
Although the 80D’s screen is very good, the viewfinder is still the more natural option for most photographers to use when shooting stills, especially if the subject is moving.
This also provides a nice bright view and, it covers 100% of lens field. That means there are fewer surprises around the edge of the frame when you review your shots.
However, there is one important caveat; this focusing speed adjustment only works with Canon STM lens. In our Canon 80D review we tried with quite a few combination of lenses and after consulting several of the experts, we were advised this same thing.
Coming To Settings And Menus
Canon has increased the number of Custom Mode settings accessible via the mode dial from one in its predecessor to two on the 80D.
This means that you can be shooting with one collection of settings and quickly switch to two alternatives.
For instance, you could set one Custom mode to shutter priority with a shutter speed of 1/500sec, Natural Picture Style, continuous AF, auto sensitivity, Continuous Shooting so that if you happen to see some wildlife when you’re out shooting landscapes, you can change all the settings with just a turn of the mode dial.
It also has one touch settings, which I believe is hugely useful. It is very precise and easy way to focus on the right subject simply by touching on the touch screen.
In fact in our Canon 80 review we also found that it’s also possible to assign up to six menu items to each of up to six My Menu tabs.
This makes it easier to access some of the more buried functions such as Mirror Lock-up. I found it useful to assign key still features to one tab and video features to another.
In addition, Custom Function III 4 enables you to customize up to nine controls (buttons and dials) to access certain features. I find it helpful to set the navigation control to give a direct means of selecting AF point for instance.
In our Canon 80D review, we found that the time lapse mode is another feature is worth mentioning. The interval and number of frames, have to be set and the rest is done internally by this DSLR camera.
The Live View and Video mode AF system is good. It’s fast enough to shoot stills of moving subjects in some situations, but the viewfinder system is more reliable.
The Dual Pixel CMOS AF system’s focus shift is smooth enough to be usable when shooting video, but it’s dependent upon the shooting scenario and subject/camera speed.
The quality of the video is also high, with good exposure and attractive colours (depending upon the selected Picture Style).
In reflex mode the 80D uses a 7560-pixel RGB+IR (infrared) sensor and 63-zone Evaluative, Partial, Centre-weighted and Spot metering options.
The evaluative system is very good, but the weighting applied to the active AF point can mean you need to use the exposure compensation control in high contrast situations.
There’s nothing especially unusual in that. The Center-Weighted, Partial and Spot options prove their worth with back lit subjects.
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