Canon is bulking out its EOS range with a number of new DSLR models, the 800D taking on a more beginner role than its also-announced step-up 77D cousin.
Between the two new models, certainly in terms of specification, there’s not a great deal of difference. The 800D lacks the more advanced layout and top LCD panel display of the 77D, giving it a more beginner-focused bent and a price saving of £50 (it’s £779 body-only, rather than £829).
The big question, then, is whether the 800D makes any sense as an upgrade to the current 750D/760D models, or if Canon is now cramming excessive numbers of models into its range?
Canon EOS 800D preview: What’s different versus 77D?
- Guided UI interface as standard
- No top panel LCD display
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