Canon EOS 800D pictures and specifications leaked online


Pictures and specifications of the upcoming Canon EOS 800D DSLR camera leaked online:

  • Number of effective pixels: 24.2 million pixels
  • Video engine: DIGIC 7
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Burst: Up to 6 frames per second
  • ISO speed: 100 - 25600
  • Video: Full HD, 5 axis electronic image stabilization
  • Liquid Crystal: Type 3 Touch Panel Bali Angle LCD
  • Built-in Wi-Fi / Bluetooth
  • Size: 131.0 × 99.9 × 76.2 mm
  • Weight: 532 g




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  • CaMeRa QuEsT

    I see a deep grip ala D5500/D5600. If it does indeed comes with Dual Pixel, then the D5600 just got killed at the gate.

    • sickheadache

      hello DX Queen.

    • Wolf33d

      800D can’t touch D5600 for DR though so it depends on your need

      • mark meerdam

        This segment of the market the large majority of users doesn’t care at all about anything else but the brand recognition and if it has liveview. They only use auto mode with live view but want a dslr-like camera because it must be good right….

      • CaMeRa QuEsT

        Actually, the DR on the 80D/M5, which very probably this 800D shares its sensor with, is almost as good as the D3300’s, a huge leap for Canon, and no small feat considering that their APS-C size is smaller than everybody else’s while at the same time almost doubling the amount of photo sites to allow for Dual Pixel. It’s probably only a half to a full stop behind the D5500/D5600 in noise and DR, a small price to pay for the best LV AF currently available in the market.

        • abortabort

          Could have said the same thing about the A55 SEVEN years ago… but did you?

          • Spy Black

            Well, Canon is finally doing something right with the whole noise/DR situation, which they seem to have ignored for years, or were stuck in a technology rut that they couldn’t climb out of. For Canon users, this is a good thing.

            If you’re a Nikon, Sony, or Pentax user, you’ve enjoyed great DR and relatively low noise for many years. Even if Canon were to completely catch up, I don’t see other brand people jumping ship just to have a Canon.

          • abortabort

            Sorry I meant a half stop trade off to have the best live view AF in the business. Most all DSLR users were highly disparaging of this when the SLTs came out and even today with the A99 II etc, yet this Canon sympathiser thinks it is ery reasonable for the Canon, so I wondered what their thoughts were on the same situation.

            But it’s good to see that Canon have finally got usable live view in a reasonable number of their products now.

    • abortabort

      At this rate the 77D might even be as good as the A68…

  • Chaitanya

    As usual 1step forward with DPAF but 2 steps back with no 4k video.

    • Wolf33d

      Can’t believe canon is still at FHD. This is pretty much ridiculous

    • Narretz

      How is it 2 steps back if the predecessor didn’t have 4k?

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      Even if they added 4K you would have found it to be the wrong 4k with the much crop or to little or the wrong codec.

      This will be an entry level DSLR

      At the moment these is nothing out there for less than $1500 that does 4K and doesn’t melt after 20 minutes

      • abortabort

        G7, G85, GX85, GX850, GX8, GH4, RX10 II, FZ1000, FZ2500…

        • Jeffry De Meyer

          Ah yes I forgot about Panasonic.

        • Duncan Dimanche

          hahahah thank you for that reply !
          You can also add the Blackmagic micro 4k into that list AND a lot of smartphone while you’re at it 😉

        • Willy Werner

          and Something with a decent size sensor ?

          • abortabort

            What’s ‘decent sized’ to you? Considering your obvious pea brain? Hmm?

            Don’t think you get too many 135 format cameras for under $1500 (yes there are a couple), but none that have 4K. It’s called market differentiation, maybe you could look it up?

    • sprite

      because jello overheating 4k is fun? no thanks, 4k is not ready for primetime on consumer cameras

      • abortabort

        Let me fix that for you: ‘4k is not ready for the prime time on Canon consumer cameras’.

  • sickheadache

    24mp is the new 12mp.

    • ZMWT

      You mean, new 6MP?

  • VanHoff

    “5 axis electronic image stabilization” means no less than a cropped full HD over the already cropped 1.6X Canon aps-c.

  • TinusVerdino

    And what about the 77D?

  • WillWeaverRVA

    So here’s the T7i, then. I guess we’ll get info on the 77D next?

  • Spy Black

    “Video: Full HD, 5 axis electronic image stabilization”

    How does that happen if there’s no moving parts?

    • Athanasius Kirchner

      Magic… lantern? ^_^

  • ZMWT

    This looks exactly as those EOS cameras delivered 3 months ago, 6 months ago, and those of 9, 10, 12 months ago, 18 moths ago, 2 years ago, 3, 4, 5, 7 years ago, 10, 15, 20 years ago, … and all the way to early 1990s. Canon, you are killing us with sterility, and total absence of imagination.

    • Ivan Kutsarov

      I will not buy any Canon DSLR camera again for this reason, not matter what they put inside. It just doesn’t expire me to use it.

      • jojo

        Sorry to pick you up on just one word, but I do agree with your sentiment, this camera doesn’t inspire me either. But it’s good advice to most definitely keep away from any camera that would “expire” me!

        • Ivan Kutsarov

          Hehe no problem just a typo. English is not my primary language, sometimes inadvertently, I am confused by these treacherous words.

    • Michal Rosa

      This is exactly the popular camera that masses buy and love. Unlike you, Canon knows what they are doing.

      • ZMWT

        On the contrary — truly great stuff is appreciated by a minority. In terms of excellence and top utility, masses are always ignorant. One needs to be educated and experienced to make better decisions.

        • Indik

          No, Michal is right – it`s a popular camera that masses buy and love. It is just good enough.

          • ZMWT

            Without experts and advances users, masses can’t tell their back sides from elbows. Because nowadays masses assume they know everything, they buy the lowest common denominator cameras. In the world of DSLR, that is Canon — plain vanilla confectionery.

          • Indik

            And without real world usage, many forum experts can`t tell a functional device from a tech gimmick. No offence for you personally, just true. A camera doesn`t have to inspire you, it should be a reliable tool, suitable for getting the job done. Which this Canon is.

          • ZMWT

            People who “buy Canon” can’t even use those cameras. Those are the cameras for non-users of cameras they buy them because everyone else does. That is the consumerist mind of today. Majority of folk don’t even understand the knob on the camera and what it does. The analogy are buyers of Toyota Camry with automatic transmission, or Ford Festiva buyers. Do they know how do drive cars really well and what a really well design car is like to drive? Most of them, not in the slightest. They couldn’t tell what is a truly great car.

          • Indik

            So you believe a low end sony or olympus or any other “exiting camera” gives you a boost to your photo skills? Every mirrorless owner I know personally doesnt care the same way.

        • Michal Rosa

          As I said, this is exactly what’s needed, a camera for the masses which will sell well. Thanks for confirming

  • Different times, same old schitt.
    Will they ever innovate?

    They’re like ‘hey, they buy us for straight out of camera color and dualpixel AF, as long as we have that going for us, we don’t have to lift a finger and people will still buy our schuff’. And then they’re playing that mad segmentation game. So… yeah, no. You want cool stuff, you have to go mirrorless. And none of that EOS-M kind, mind you.

  • Neopulse

    This is a good thing, hopefully will drive the 760D prices down. I personally think it’s a great camera for a gift. Hope this gets announced soon.

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