Canon's EOS Insurgent T6 DSLR is geared towards freshmen
Just a few weeks after the announcement of its EOS 80D and G7 X Mark II, Canon’s now launching the EOS Insurgent T6, a successor to the T5. This new digital camera (referred to as the EOS 1300D in Europe) joins the corporate’s present (and widespread) line of entry-degree and mid-tier DSLRs, just like the T6s and T6i. The Insurgent T6’s spec sheet is a average one: 18-megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, Digic four+ picture processor, a excessive ISO of 12,800 and three-fps steady capturing. Video-sensible, you possibly can report 1080p movies at 24, 25 and 30 fps, or 720p at 50 and 60 fps.
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Like lots of Canon’s newest shooters, you will additionally discover NFC and WiFi on the T6, which helps you to share media wirelessly to the EOS Distant app for iOS and Android, in addition to suitable Pixma printers. The fastened three-inch LCD on the again sports activities an honest 920k-dot decision, however these days each display ought to have no less than 1 million dots. As you may anticipate, the T5 successor feels just like different EOS Insurgent DSLRs, with a cumbersome, but light-weight, physique. These fashions are sometimes sturdy, so you do not have to fret about being too cautious with it.
Whereas there are not any thoughts-blowing specs right here, the T6 will nonetheless possible attraction to many newbie photographers and videographers. When you’re excited about it, it’s going to hit shops subsequent month for $550/£370, in a bundle that features an EF-S 18-55mm f/three.5-5.6 IS II lens.
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