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- Great for wildlife
- Good for sports photography
- Excellent image quality
- Fast autofocus speed
- Low noise at high ISO settings
Canon EOS 80D review: The Canon 80D delivers on faster focus
Canon delivers a decent update to its popular prosumer action-capable camera, the EOS 70D. The 80D gets a new version of the company's Dual Pixel CMOS sensor with a faster on-sensor autofocus system, plus some minor additions. It has some notable improvements over the 70D, including much better Live...
I've been shooting with a 80D for the last 5 years and a 60D 3 years before that. This is my intro to full frame and I love it! I cant wait to take it on my next shoot!. I was thinking about going for the RP or maybe the R6 but im happy with this choice.
Make sure you’re getting a new camera.
Buyer beware. If you’re buying this camera make sure you’re getting a new camera. The quality of the unit I got is good but after buying the camera putting a brand new card in, setting it up and taking it on a shoot, I dumped the files on my computer to find my image numbers starting at 600 plus. A ...
Canon EOS 80D Review
The Canon EOS 80D offers some significant upgrades over its predecessor, and is a strong performer in the midrange SLR space. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox. This newsletter may contain advertising, deals, or affiliate links
[Showcase: Canon 80D] - Upper Antelope Canyon
80D Paired with the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM. 18mm @ f/8 1/3s ISO800. From my trip out west summer of 2019. If you go to Antelope canyon, definitely bring your tripod pay the extra money for the photo tour.
I spent many weeks reviewing cameras and finally decided on the Canon 80D. I shoot mainly wildlife and have been to Africa twice, using a Nikon D3200. But with another trip booked in September I knew I wanted to step my game up. I finally narrowed down my decision to the 80D and the 7D mark ii and w...
Is the canon M50 good for beginner filmmaker? Or should i consider Sony A6000???
Especially if you are in a 3rd world country as u said a camcorder would be cheaper and the up less space then a dslr or mirrorless with all its accessories. The canon g21 camcorder is a great starting film maker tool. If you are stuck on dslr/mirrorless you could also grab a used 80D with the 30mm 1.4 sigma you are talking about in other comments would be a GREAT start.
I want to go mirrorless from my 70D. What are your experiences with the canon M50? Would the RP be a huge difference?
But its not such a huge difference that I would sell my 80D and go with the M50 full time. I also own a full frame camera (5D Mark III) and I don't think its worth chasing full frame unless you are willing to make the accompanying investing in quality lenses. In most cases, I achieve very similar results with my 80D.