This is the new Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera *UPDATED*

Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera
Just leaked online - additional Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera pictures and specifications:

  • 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Continuous shooting 7 fps
  • Continuous shooting with live view 5 fps (AF tracking)
  • AF 45 points (all points cross type)
  • 7560 pixel RGB + IR photometry sensor
  • ISO range: 100-16,000
  • Viewfinder has 100% field of view
  • 3 inches vari-angle LCD monitor, touchscreen
  • Video: full HD 60fps
  • Time-lapse movie
  • HDR
  • Creative filters
  • Built-in Wi-Fi, NFC
  • Remote control from smartphone

Update #1 - here is a more detailed list of specifications (Google translation):

  • New 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor. Adopt a new miniaturization process
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Image processing engine DIGIC6
  • Regular sensitivity ISO100-16000 (extension 25600)
  • 7560 pixel RGB + IR photometry sensor
  • AF 45 points (all points cross type). AF distance measuring point of maximum 27 points F8 correspondence. -3EV Correspondence
  • Four of the AF area selection modes, including a new "L zone AF"
  • Continuous shooting 7 frames / sec. 3 frames / second at the silent continuous shooting mode
  • The number of pictures 77 copies in JPEG. 20 sheets in RAW
  • Continuous shooting in live view mode 5 frames / sec. (AF tracking)
  • New mirror vibration control system to keep the mirror shock (MVCS)
  • Finder is 100% field of view, magnification 0.95 times
  • Shutter 30 seconds -1/8000 seconds. Synchro 1/250 sec
  • 3 inches 1.04 million dot Vari-angle LCD monitor
  • Built-in flash (guide number 12)
  • Electronic Level
  • A new Picture Style "fine detail"
  • 10 kinds of scene mode
  • Anti-flicker
  • Video is full HD 60fps. AF tracking
  • HDR movie
  • Time-lapse movie
  • Five types of movies Creative Filters
  • Wi-Fi, NFC. Remote shooting
  • Media SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS-I compatible)
  • Durability of the shutter is 100,000 times
  • USB terminal, HDMI terminal, microphone jack, headphone jack, remote control terminal
  • Improved dust and water
  • The battery LP-E6N / LP-E6
  • Start-up time is 0.16 seconds
  • EF-S18-135mm F3.5-5.6 enables remote shooting using the power zoom function in combination with IS USM and the power zoom adapter PZ-E1
  • The size of 139.0 x 105.2 x 78.5mm
  • Weight 730g (650g body only)

Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera

Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera back
Canon EOS 80D DSLR camera top
Update #2 - the first pictures of the new Canon EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens and power zoom adapter:

Canon EF-S18-135mm f:3.5-5.6 IS USM lens
Canon EF-S18-135mm f:3.5-5.6 IS USM lens 2
Canon EF-S18-135mm f:3.5-5.6 IS USM lens 3
Via Digicame-info

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  • Ethan

    Staggering advancements in Canon world! Wow look at that 60p 1080!

    • speedy fisher

      Truly an industry leader, pushing photographic technology to the next level.

    • Moo

      show us what you need 4k for!
      you can not.. what a suprise…..!!

      • Ethan

        4k, for the industry to push forward and stay relevant. Don’t hate because Canon doesn’t do anything cool anymore… at least you have the eos m…

        • sickheadache

          in the real world…Arri is producing 8K and 16K…In the Real World..While Nikon And Canon are playing Catch Up. But to be truly fair to it all. I would never use Video HD or 4K or 8K in my Picture Taking Camera. That is why there is a…Video Cameras to do that task.

          • Vertex

            because someone like “Ethan” needs 16k for his cat vdeos….

            he can not even show what he is doing with 4k.

          • Ethan

            I don’t have a cat, but keep trying.

        • markz

          settle down folks this is not the wanabe pro camera the GAStobatory technowank crowd dribbles over (though never buy).
          This is your Uncle’s and Nephew’s “something better than a snapshot compact” camera

          • Zos Xavius

            Actually it is a wannabe pro camera with its top plate LCD. The XXD series has always been the enthusiast/semi pro entry. Most people will just buy a rebel if they want a dslr.

        • Vertex

          well you seem to spend your jobless freetime on the internet hating.

          • Ethan

            I get paid to troll.

  • outkasted

    second . it looks good tho’

  • Hubertus Bigend

    Is the ISO number missing a digit?

    • looks right for a standard high ISO

    • Ritvar Krum

      sure – take a Nikon 1 600 000 iso – no matter that you will not recognize objects in that picture – but you will have x100times MOAR IZZO

      • Shutterbug

        It’s actually usable for small Facebook-sized photos, definitely not useless. Obviously not going to be used outside emergency though – always better to have the option than not.

        • Ritvar Krum

          no, because you can push any piture past million iso in post (that is how boosted iso in ccamera work – by the way) and gimmicks like these is not “always better”, because – producer presents this as something good, usefull, innovative – but it is not.

          • Shutterbug

            I don’t know about you but if I’m taking a tiny picture in an emergency that will just end up on Facebook, I’m not going to process it, I want it to come straight out of the camera rather than having to drag it through Photoshop. Clearly some people want it, so just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean others don’t.

      • MdB

        That would be two digits.

    • Moo

      no…. nikon is just counting on their users to be stupid.

  • Paco Ignacio

    Canon = Boring

    • Andrei

      Your comments = boring

      • Paco Ignacio

        Andrei = So original

      • Paco Ignacio

        Andrei =

  • Eric Calabros

    Peter, can you disable the images of these ads at the bottom of the posts as you did in NR? They have made the page super heavy and sluggish to scroll.

    • Narretz

      I agree. They also have nothing to do with photography.

    • Nuno G.

      Just use a adblocker for your browser!!!

      • Eric Calabros

        Well I don’t like to block ANY ad

        • Duncan Dimanche

          …. hahah seriously ? if you don’t want to see ads then use adblocks……

          So because you don’t want to see those ads but yet don’t want to use an adblock you want the admin to get rid of his only way of income?….

          you are great.. truly Eric

          • Eric Calabros

            His only way of income doesn’t necessarily have to made with this kind of ads.

    • done, it will take some time for the change to propagate

      • Eric Calabros

        Thanks a lot.

        • very welcome – I have already removed few other banners and will remove few more at the end of this month

  • J-Man

    So much has changed since I left Canon 4 years or so ago….. Oh wait, it’s the same.

    • Eno

      Yes, they’ve changed the names a lot, but kept the features intact!

      80D will celebrate 8 years of unchanged HD video quality in Canon DSLR’s. :))

      • Andrei

        because features are only limited to video…pathetic comment

        • Eno

          All camera take good pictures nowadays, but D7200 will certainly take better ones compared to this Canon joke. :))

          • Andrei

            The camera is not even out yet(and it’s coming with a new sensor) but you already know the D7200 is taking better pictures :))

          • Ethan

            You mean the same sensor in the t6?

            So yes, d7200 does take higher iq photos.

          • Randy Stiefer

            Ethan, same megapixels, it says right in the leaked specs that there is new tech (Adopt a new miniaturization process). so unless you are a beta tester for canon you have no idea what kind of IQ the sensor has.

          • Andrei

            T6 had dual pixel???

          • Vertex

            they are trolls…. all together.
            it was already mentioned that this is a completely new sensor.

          • Vertex

            yeah typical troll…. where is the damn ignore button?

          • Ethan

            I like seeing Canon users squirm. 24mp is the new Canon 18mp.

          • Vertex

            you don´t have a clue about the image quality but you have an opinion… what a troll.

          • Eno

            I have a strong feeling it will use the same crappy 24 MP sensor which was used in the past by Canon. :))

    • markz

      my last personally owned DSLR was (and still is) the 40D, so almost everything has changed since then.

      I think people have to give up on expecting revolution with each new release.

  • Ritvar Krum

    dam… I wanted that bump to 28 Mpix so bad… because after few years there will be 8K monitors avalible – and there is no Crop DSLR that has resolution 36mpix or above… and I wanted my pictures look at their best at those 36Mpix monitors, but nikon made a step back in resolution the gain that 1.6 million ISOs PR slides – I hoped that Canon would show that Mpix PR slides is more usefull than ISO PR slides

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      Who’s to say that by the time 8K monitors become mainstream aps will still be a thing.

    • Marco –

      Buy a samsung nx1 till it’s available.

      • Ritvar Krum

        why would I want to buy a dead system? (system – lenses – is what one should care about before stepping in… by the way – that is why Samsung NX died- they had best crop sensor mirrorless (still has) and died because of lack of lenses.

        • Marco –

          I prefer a dead system that is more advanced than anything (APSC) that will be on the market since at least 2018 🙂 It will save you from buying several new bodies in the meantime! 😛

          As to the lack of lenses, I know very few ppl that really needs more/different lenses than those available for NX. When you have excellent zooms with f2.8 (or less) ranging from 24mm to 225mm equivalent, one outstanding portrait lens, one very sharp 1:1 macro and some good/very good primes and a wide zoom, I really think that 99% of the needs are covered. If you are in that 1%, than don’t think that others are like you necessarily. And that 1% more sales would not have saved NX.

          Samsung simply failed in marketing, something where other excel.

          • Vertex

            nobody in it´s right mind buys into a DEAD system camera.
            that goes totaly against the IDEA of a system camera….

  • Shutterbug

    Another obsolete Canon before it’s even available. It’s like they made it just for the sake of it.

    • Moo

      and it will sell like sliced bread… 🙂

      • BP2012

        No doubt about that, Canon knows how to saturate market with a lot of crap.

        • Vertex

          crap?
          i think you speak about nikon and it´s digital frankenstein camera and tiny sensor cameras they try to sell for a fortune.

  • Jeffry De Meyer

    Ir polymetry sensor was tat

  • Nuno G.

    What’s that power zoom adapter?! what does it do?!

    • Marco –

      Motorised zooming.

    • used for video, some lenses have it build in

  • Marco –

    Incredible. The 1.5 years old samsung nx1 seems to be discontinued, and this ‘new’ camera is announced. The world is turning in the wrong direction, definitely!

    • MdB

      Wow you got a NX1? You truly are gifted.

      • Moo

        yeah and the support.. the samsung support is so outstanding.
        lol….

        • Marco –

          I never used support on any of my (many many) tech products in my (many many) years of geekery 😛

          • MdB

            I’m glad you think of it as just a tech product for your geekery.

          • Marco –

            Definitely! Being just an hobby, imo this is the only wise way to see it.

            I’m constantly puzzled to see non pro photographers, who talk like they needed constant and heavy support from manufacturers.

            I just buy the best technology on the market, for the right price, which for now, in photography, is samsung nx. When, in few (or many that is) years, some other manufacturer will finally edge it, I’ll consider swapping.

          • MdB

            Yep, its a great gadget for geeks (on a tight budget) who care about specs.

          • Marco –

            I never buy for specs alone, but after so many years of experience, I base my purchases on real performance, after personal comparative tests. I can understand that less experienced ppl can’t use devices properly and hence get lower performances on the most demanding and advanced ones. This happens all the time, but…you must live with that.

          • MdB

            Hey you said it yourself, tech for geeks.

          • Marco –

            It is, as any tech product can be. Being far more advanced than anything else, it takes a little bit more time to master for less knowledgeable persons.

            I’m sure that, with some initial efforts, many photographers, even the less geek ones, could use it with more results than any other camera. But few ppl are open minded enough to care about that.

            Oh well! They are the ones loosing something 🙂

          • MdB

            “could use it with more results than any other camera”

            Bahahaha!

            Like I said, tech toys for (not so well heeled) geeks.

          • Marco –

            I prefer being a geek able to use my toys, than a person not being able to recognize tech advancements 🙂 That’s why I know I’m gifted…

          • MdB

            ….

            Bahahahaha!

          • Marco –

            Eloquent! It shows which category you belong to.

          • MdB

            Says the guy who paid real money for a sh!tty NX1 and encourages others to do so.

          • Marco –

            The fact that you can’t use it properly, does not mean it is bad. Indeed, with a training course of some years, even you could get to take some decent picture with it, I’m sure of this. Probably better than any you took with other cameras. Or do you even take pictures at all? I mean, seeing your replies I get you know very few about photography.

            For reference, take a look at the many reviews of nx1. Even if it was an underdog, all of them agreed about it being outstanding (higher score for a crop sensor on dpr, for example).

            And, btw, I don’t incourage anyone about buying it. I just see how poor the average knowledge is around these blogs and forums, and try to disseminate a little bit.

            But you are probably a lost cause 🙁

          • Zos Xavius

            Yeah, and what do you do when you gear breaks down and needs repaired? Nothing lasts forever. Especially with use. That is the kind of support any photographer, pro or amateur should care about.

          • Vertex

            he knows that but he is still in the denial phase of grief.

            buying into a dead camera system is the worst you can do.

            no only because of support.
            i mean … sony support is nearly none existant too.

            when a sony device breaks after warranty you can throw it away. at least here in europe.
            repair cost as much as a new device (if they repair it at all).

          • Marco –

            When it happens, I get new gear. I mean…a nx1 can be found cheap now, even if it’s worth more than any other apsc camera.

      • Marco –

        I know I am.

  • Moo

    together with DPAF this makes canon the best choice for many amateur videographer.

    ok the 80D lacks 4k.
    but honestly i have 4k able cameras but all i use 4k for is stabilizing footage and putting it out to full HD.

    4k is still not mainstream and it will take a while before it becomes mainstream.

    if 4k is such a big deal as some make it…..where is all the content that is produced with it?
    most amateur youtube videos are not 4k. when i see video from friends who have 4k cameras it is full hd videos they show.

    i can burn full hd blu-rays but i can not burn 4k videos.

    i can live without 4k for now but i don´t want to miss the DPAF.

    to those who will now sure say “i need 4k”.. please post links to your footage.
    it should not be to complicated to show us what you need 4k for…..?

    • Eric Calabros

      for 897,568,435th time: with 4k you get better downscaled 2k. You don’t understand you are just saying we don’t need better 2k?

      • Moo

        why don´t you read my posting before you bother to reply ?

        i wrote:

        “…but honestly i have 4k able cameras but all i use 4k for is stabilizing footage and putting it out to full HD…”

        im well aware of the benefits.. but show me what YOU do with 4k.

        i asked but you can or will not show what you need 4k for.

        so i say most people who complain on forums don´t even use 4k.. they just use it as a reason for complaining.

        • Tonya

          I shoot multicam talking head corporate interviews 1. I’m hoping to replace the three cams I’m currently using to one in 4K and just punch in on each talking head and wide.. 2. 4K output isn’t my goal at all, even the 1080p I’m currently shooting now is reduced in edit to 720p in an attempt to make my talking head footage nicer to watch. And that won’t change even when I do start 4K capture 🙂 it’ll just mean I’ll get more simulated camera angles … And add x2 punch-ins on the heads

          Currently just finished one corporate gig, using a Sony rx100mk1, 550d and a borrowed eos-m. Pita to grade three cams to match 🙁 plus a fair bit of GoPro and Took four years of filming in China. That company has now asked me to continue on with them and work in a couple of other country’s this year. So replacing three cams with one will save me the grading pain and might be quicker to cut in edit.. Maybe. And lighter travel kit, kinda. However Most of that is lighting and sound gear.

          Sonys A6300 has my interest, only if it doesn’t overheat while capturing 4K for at least 20-25mins, then I’ll be all over it 🙂

          • MdB

            Using the same cameras and matching picture profiles will help too. Just punching in on a 4K shot is not enough IMO.

      • Precisely. Quite often, shooting 1080p means line skipping or pixel binning which means you’re not getting complete pixel-level detail. Even the simple need for Bayer demosaicing means that you’re not getting full detail at every pixel. 2160p (4K UHD) gives four times the pixels, capturing significantly more detail, and much of that extra detail is retained even on scaling down to 1080p.

  • 45 points all cross-type AF? Power zoom lens and Nano USM? Interesting stuff…

    • Moo

      no all that counts today are ridicolous ISO numbers and 5 stop shadow pushing. 🙂
      honestly i don´t think that humans are that stupid. so i guess there are around 20 trolls with different accounts who run amok on photography websites.

      thought sales numbers paint a different picture, thank god.

      people do recognize that for ILC the SYSTEM is important.
      that´s why samsung with it´s great NX1 did not succeed.
      a body alone does not make a good system.

      • Spy Black

        Don’t get defensive just because Canon makes shìtty sensors and Digic processors and obviously don’t care about it. Just enjoy your Canon if that’s what you want to shoot with.

        • Moo

          are you born retarded or just trying hard?

        • Vertex

          says the guy who wrote he would be happy with the same old olympus 16mp sensor….

          yeah sure kiddo we give a lot about your opinion….

          • Spy Black

            That’s right. You do. That’s why you replied.

  • Originaru

    People again bashing Canon, but this is looking rather nice, to me looks better than d7200, at least on the paper, lets see how those 45 crosspoint will perform.
    One thing should be said the 5 fps in live view are with af trk, and the 7 fps without it are with af trk?
    Because seems by the latest launchs that in live view generaly the FPS are higher…

  • Narretz

    24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor … you know what other new camera has a sensor with that many pixels? The Sony a6300. And the Fuji xPro2, which apparently uses the same sensor has 24.3MP. Wouldn’t that be a nice surprise.

    • Moo

      the EOS-M is something you know?

      no way canon is using a sony sensor when they have such a sensor already.

      that´s also why i doubt this will be a new sensor with onboard AD converter.

      • Narretz

        I was only half serious, but I actually didn’t know there’s a 24.2 MP sensor in the M3.

        • Moo

          i guess they used that sensor design to make a DPAF sensor. it sure will not be excatly the same sensor.

          but i think it will use the same production pipeline and not the new pipeline for 1DX II sensors.

          but that´s just me guessing…..

          but i bet it´s not a sony sensor. 🙂

          • BP2012

            No that’s not Sony sensor, isn’t that obvious from ISO specification? Sony high ISO starts at the maximum limit of this camera. I have a few accepted commercial stock images shot at ISO 12800 … with Sony sensor off course. Small difference from Canon I’ve been used before, just one zero.

          • Moo

            tell us more of your fantasies please…..

    • amaas

      Canon T6, T6i and EOS M3 all share the basic sensor in the 80D. The 80D should have updated metering (a cut down version of the 7DII metering system) and AF (again, cut down version of the 7DII AF system).

      • Vertex

        nonsense….
        why don´t you get a clue before you tell utter nonsense.
        for one the new sensor has DPAF the other sensors not.

        they have an hybrid AF.

        saying this is the same sensor is just nonsense.
        get some real infos next time….

  • At least they got the tilt screen right.

  • John

    Oh cool a new camera… *glances at comments* everyone’s bitching… *returns to editing his own photos*

  • stpr

    Thought that this will be closer to the 7D Mk2. Disappointing.

    BTW, any word on a 6D Mk2?
    The current 6D is roughly the same price as the 7D Mk2, which is quite strange to me from a positioning point of view.

    • Vertex

      the 7D MK2 is the TOP aps-c camera from canon.
      the 6D is the entry level fullframe camera from canon.

      what is hard to get??

      well i know many people still don´t get it… but a camera is more than a sensor with a housing.

      • stpr

        It isn’t hard to get at all. I wrote “closer” to the 7DMk2, no to compete with it. I know that the 7DMk2 is everything a APS-C cam owner could wish for and the 6D is “only” a FF entry cam, but the 5D is ~50% more expensive, a 6DMk2 could really easily fit in between.
        And stop calling other people names, it doesn’t make you look any less dumb than you think other people are.

  • Vertex

    great specs.
    honestly who thought the 80D will compete with the 7D MK2 has no clue about how this biz works.
    the specs are great for a two digit canon.

  • Berschi

    Yawn. Why is this called 80D? Isnt that the 60D? Or any other lower level entry model you find stacked in boxes in your supermarket.
    What is the price? $300?

    • Vertex

      where are all these jobless trolls coming from?
      really, i ask myself if there is something in the water that makes them mentally challenged.

      • stpr

        Stay classy.

  • Thalis Valle

    very good, but no 4k yet! besides that, do they really fixed the autofocus problem presented in 70d?

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