Canon EOS 760D DSLR Camera

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The Canon EOS 760D is designed to help those with a creative eye reach the next level in their photography. Providing you with even more creative freedom and manual controls, you’ll be able to instinctively create shots with an impact and share across a wireless network.

Detailed images / The EOS 760D features a truly superb 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 processor. This delivers detailed, low-noise digital photographs which are ideal for printing. Better still, with fast shutter speeds you’ll be able to capture great moments even in low light conditions. This is thanks to an ISO range which is expandable to 100-12800. And with a high responsive autofocus system that features 19 cross-type AF points which can be selected individually, in small groups or as a active area depending on your subject, you’ll be able to focus in on your subject with precision and speed.

In addition, with Flicker Detection technology - first found in the EOS 7D Mark II – you’ll be able to capture consistently exposed images under artificial light. The makes for even greater flexibility for your photography.

Dials & LCD top panel / As a close association with the more high-end Canon DSLR’s, there is a mode dial which is located to the top left which can be locked to prevent accidentally changing settings mid-shoot. And there is even a second command dial on the back which should make changing settings much easier, without taking your eye away from the viewfinder.

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