The Canon 80D is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.6x) sensor and 24.2 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2019 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 7 FPS x 20 RAW, 77 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 878 €;
130 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Pros:Ergonomics, battery.mirror points af 45,monitor snoode ,settings menu, robust.
Cons:Iso over 3200
Opinion:I had this Reflex for 3 years and I have to say that I was satisfied and then move from a few weeks to the 90d. Machine that gave me nice satisfactions in track motogp superbike car etc. with 70 200L f4 then 70 300L f4 5.6. Af pretty quick to hook for one that passes by a base reflex is a nice leap in quality. Battery of 10 and praise I did a day in misano taking 2700 photos in raw with stabilizer active only vertically with 70 300L and I arrived in the evening with 40% inexhaustible really!!!!!! Robust Reflex and that absolutely advice .
Pros:Beautiful, ergonomic, versatile and semi-tropicalized body, with orientable, well-defined and touch lcd, fast and precise focus also in live view, view cover, Full HD 60fps video, good burst and shutter up to 1/8000 and 1/250 with flash, defined sensor and good dynamic range, ISO seal, battery life. A good and optimized handyman compared to other APS reflexes, suitable for the passionate amateur and handyman.
Cons:Plastics that are a bit poor and sensitive to stripes, materials that can be improved but still make up a robust and light body. Lack of auxiliary light, lack of 4K which however I do not consider essential in a semi-pro body, but the digital stabilizer instead, which I would have preferred to find, as on the 90D since they are machines with good video department.
Opinion:After many years of passion with compacts and smartphones, I decided to buy the famous Reflex, with which I am embarking on the real path as a photographer and videographer. After using an old 600D for 5 months to get used to the operation and technical parameters, I carefully chose to acquire the Canon 80D, new socket 679. I'll buy the Full Frame later. Very happy with the choice, as it is versatile, simple, reliable, almost complete, fun for its level, that is, by enthusiasts and also by "semi pro". I use it for portraits, landscapes, night photos, videos and daytime photos to moving subjects, and I always arrive at the end of the day as autonomy! The images are natural and balanced, with dynamic range great especially at isO bass, the iso hold is good to be an APS, for important jobs such as shooting the photos are pleasant and excellent up to ISO 1,600, good and workable up to ISO 5,000, then from ISO 6,400 which is practically its limit the sensor gives way too much so I do not push it further, except for personal uses and without too much pretension. Very pleasant the vivid screen, orientable and touch, full of controls and settings, and the wide viewfinder with 100% coverage. The main key position is also right, it also has good audio microphones for video, and the headphone jack. It lacks some something that would have made it almost perfect for its category, such as the digital stabilizer in the videos and the auxiliary light. But it is a fun machine and suitable for amateur and evolved amateurs, also suitable for evening photos and daytime photos to moving subjects given the excellent DUAL PIXEL focus and good ISO tightness. Professionals obviously have to bet on 5D mark 4 or something...
Opinion:Hello, I'm new to the forum, I haven't had the opportunity to attach photos yet. I wanted to give a little opinion about this camera. I have owned this reflex for two years, I went from 350D, 40D and 70D, the 80 is really an exceptional machine, I do not understand who like Ferorake, without offense, advises and destroys it like this. I mistreated her, used her in the rain to have 70-200L f4 is, she never betrayed me. My judgment, as an evolved amateur, is more than positive! Good light to all.
Pros:Excellent body shape, good materials to the touch, excellent ergonomics, good iso seal, good laying latitude, excellent optical viewfinder, excellent arrangement and coverage of autofocus points, well-built orientable touchscreen screen. excellent battery life, perfect menus and navigation.
Cons:Lack of double memory slots for SD cards.
Opinion:From the moment of purchase I equipped it with its original battery grip and in this configuration it give me a remarkable feeling of solidity and versatility vertically. For the rest I find it excellent in all the shooting situations that I normally face. Having already other canons I appreciated the continuity of the arrangement of the controls and the well-organized menus made following the same logic. Mainly I bought it because of the excellent orientable viewer that allows photos from uncomfortable positions and facilitates the movements of my old back not so young. The autofocus surprised me for speed, excellent coverage of AF points and accuracy even in autofocus tracking mode. The ability to set up with custom picture styles is also great. In conclusion I express a more than positive opinion in relation to the purchase price, Good light and good photos at all.
Opinion:I do not understand some who criticize so fiercely this machine, judging from the photos that makes is not absolutely bad, is certainly not the top of the range but does not disfigure with any of the competition, it is said that 1000 euros are too many for a body so, certainly the prices are High but not only of this, they sell Nikon Coolpix P1000 with ridiculous sensor 1/2.3 ' ' At 1000 euros this is a robbery...... Then returning to the camera body may seem at first glance sturdy but it is only a sensation, is much more robust than other bodies that use heavy materials, the heaviness nowadays no longer counts....... I also have a Nikon D800 almost new and I assure you it made me angry more than the Canon 80D.... With the rubber that was detached from the body, etc....... Sometimes people criticize for the taste of criticizing........ Good pictures at all...
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