Canon 80D at BH Photo

Dpreview has their hands on the Canon 80D and

“testing shows that Canon’s EOS 80D features a sensor with greatly improved Raw dynamic range. The results appear to confirm the company has moved to a new sensor design with lower read noise.”

Keep in mind that when we get excited about the increased dynamic range from current Sony and Nikon cameras – it’s still not something you see or notice in normal day to day shooting – it when you begin to work with the RAW file in Lightroom and increase exposure in the shadows that you start to really see a difference.   Dpreview has some side by side comparisons of the 70D and 80D.

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Noticeable improvement but before we get excited this seems to still behind what Nikon is offering in the D7200 that was released over a year ago.   Then again the D7200 doesn’t have a great touchscreen with Dual Pixel AF and the updated AF system that the 80D offers that looks stellar with longer lenses and teleconverters.   – So it all depends on what you need and what.  You can watch my 80D preview video below and pre order from B&H or Amazon- using these links supports the work we do here.   Thanks.

 

Full DPreview Article

 

Preorder the Canon 80D from B&H Photo  or Amazon – Starts shipping next week!


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