Imaging and optical product manufacturer Canon, has unveiled a slew of devices, includes, latest full-frame 5DS and 5DS R, its second mirror-less camera in the EOS M3 series and also announced the midrange and upper-midrange DSLR in the Rebel series dubbed as T6s and T6i, which is 760D and 750D outside the US.
The 760D and 750D is the successor of 700D and comes with a higher resolution of 24.2MP sensor, Hybrid CMOS AF III, 19-point all cross-type AF system, 7560px RGB+IR metering sensor, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC.
The Canon 760D has DIGIC 6 processor, AF system, screen and battery of the 750D it adds a top panel LCD, a quick control dial on the back, level guide and manual controls for video. The 750D comes with the 24.2MP APS-C sensor, maximum shutter speed of 1/4000s and 5fps burst.
These cameras will be available for sale at the end of April. The Canon 760D/T6s will have a price tag of $849(approx Rs. 52,436) for the body and $1199 (approx Rs. 73,966) with18-135mm lens. Meanwhile, Canon 750D/T6i will sell for $749.99 (approx Rs. 46,314) for the body and $899.99 (approx Rs. 55,589) with the EF-S 18-55mm lens.
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