Canon via pt. Datascrip launched the Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D in Indonesia. Both cameras Digital Single-lens Reflex (DSLR) is claimed to have the technology autofocus (AF) the fastest, namely 0.03 sec mode when shooting with live view .
Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D, What’s the Difference?
Canon EOS 77D and Canon 800D combines cutting-edge technology, the Dual Pixel CMOS AF (DAF) and image processor DIGIC 7.
To detect and keep focus on the subject correctly, the system DAF work effectively when the shooting mode live view . DAF technology to work quickly because each pixel on a CMOS sensor includes two photodiodes that receive light signals each separately.
By comparing the differences between the two photodiode signals, DAF looking to focus with high precision and to quickly move the focus as the user desires. This is what makes the performance of AFas fast as 0.03 seconds.
Canon testing between cameras DSLR with an APS-C sensor, the result modes AF speed on the live view of the Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D is the fastest today.
Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D equipped with APS-C CMOS sensor of 24.2 megapixels, DIGIC image processor 7, and ISO up to 25,600. Both also have speed continuous shooting up to 6 frames per second (fps) and equipped with a 45 point AFmanifold cross-type that carries accurate focus detection, including the fast-moving subjects.
Color detection AF with 7560-pixel metering sensor RGB + IR that is able to detect and adjust the white balance and accurately. Not only that, the Canon EOS 77D and EOS 800D also reliably to produce a video with professional-class cinematic quality.
With the format full HD 60p , both cameras also brings new technologies that Movie Digital IS that ensures video footage remains steady. This technology has a sensor gyro electric internal keep images steady when moving the camera position.
Feature Movie Digital IS provides a choice of two modes, namely a normal mode for image recording situation with a focal length (focal length) constant, and maximum mode, namely when recording an image with a long lens that is more vulnerable to shocks.
DAF technology also helps videographer to continue to lock focus on the subject when shooting moving background. In addition, users can be more creative with the features Time-lapse which combines shooting with a certain time interval becomes interesting video work.
Both cameras are equipped with Wi-Fi and NFC to allow users to share photos and videos to social media, or move the file photos to a smartphone or print directly to a printer that supports NFC connection.
The wireless connection also helps the photographer to operate the camera remotely, up to a radius of 5 meters. The Bluetooth feature also can be used to connect the camera to Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 can be obtained separately.