You’ve probably heard it time and again: “cameras are dying”. Well, not according to Canon. The Japanese camera maker seems to be investing in a DSLR for every possible user, with the new EOS 77D fitting in beneath its 80D mid-ranger to carve out a new sub-category.
The most obvious benefit being that the 77D is more affordable. Starting at £829 (body only), the slightly smaller and lighter DSLR will appeal to those who don’t need every single bell and whistle feature.
Ditch the 80D’s weather-sealed body and, roughly speaking, that’s what the 77D is all about. So does it make sense?
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