The Canon 77D is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.6x) sensor and 24 megapixels manufactured from 2017 to 2020 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 6 FPS x 21 RAW, 190 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1259 €;
47 users have given it an average vote of 9.0 out of 10
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Pros:video stabilization, battery, digic 7, possibility to use L series lenses, ISO, lightness, practicality, AF, adjustable screen
Opinion:Purchased from a month ago it gave me great satisfaction on the football field, in the cinophile training field, with landscapes, portraits. I mean, a handyman. Greatly improved compared to 760D. I made a change with the 7d mark II, a fool you will say, instead to shoot at events and post on fantastic web headlines, a beautiful surprise to get home and discover excellent shots that, I have to say, on the camera screen were not so bright and sharp. the only flaw is the fact that it is not tropicalized.
Pros:Price, size, orientable LCD screen, top display
Cons:absence of tropicalization, it looks quite light as construction
Opinion:Bought as a switch to a better-performing machine, it quickly turned out to be a fairy tale. Combined with the 18-135mm is usm produces really fantastic images. The orientable screen helps a lot for when you have to take photos in "original" positions, and the screen resolution was something that impressed me a lot (former owner of a 2000d, from the screen you could not see 'nappa). A small flaw is that the grip creaks when a heavy lens is mounted and the grip is pressed. Taken in place of the 80d, I don't regret it at all. Instead of 1/8000 shooting, it offers 1 fps extra 1 fps (6fps vs 7fps), a more advanced sensor, Bluetooth and digic 7 processor.
Opinion:I hung bought the 77D. I did some testing and i am so so, some owner of this camera could politely advise me on its use and settings. I'm not finding much on the web in reference to this. I downloaded the manual from the official website but did not find it very comprehensive, I usually shoot with priority of diaphragms or times. Thank you
Opinion:I must say that it is the first (and for now unique) machine I have. Purchased about 2 years ago in kit with the 18-135 nano USM I think it was all the right choice to get me into the world of photography. I wanted to start with a body not too entry-level and not too professional but a middle ground. The 77D was the choice I never regretted. You appreciate the ergonomics, the quick controls with the secondary screen, the orientable touch display, the wheel that can be used as a second ring and finally the professional aesthetic aspect. The latter is also the negative aspect as I fear to give too much in the eye. The only flaw I recognize is high iso noise. Despite reaching 25600, expandable to 51200, the noise makes you hear from 3200 onwards. I don't think he has anything to envy his older sisters. For the rest I recommend
Pros:Adjustable touch screen, upper display, weight, double ring
Cons:There are no real cons, maximum battery and construction. Lack of original battery grip
Opinion:I have this SLR for about a year and a half, after practicing for almost a year with an old 1000D I chose the 77D as the first machine by matching it with a Sigma 17-70 Contemporary. Given the budget I had I preferred to the 80D (which I would have to buy with the 18-55) this model with the Sigma, so you immediately have a better lens. This 77D is the link between the Canon and semipro beginner SLR cameras, it presents the double ring and the double display typical of the higher level machines but with a light body (not tropicalized) and built with materials of less Quality compared to 80D for example, this however allows you to keep the lowest price. For this I do not consider the construction a real cons, if you need a better built body and tropicalized bets to 80D or wait for the new APS-C SLR that Canon should introduce shortly and that according to rumors should go to replace both the 80D that the 7D Mk. 2, although the price will inevitably be higher. Moreover, the fact that the body is so light is useful if you want to stay lighter, use the car normally on the road or otherwise in outputs and the 77D weighing less it brings more willingly on the shoulder. The rest of the car is great, simple and intuitive, the sensor is a DIGIC 7 (newer than the one on the 80D which is a DIGIC 6) and has a good autofocus, up to 1600 maximum ISO 3200 The files produced are usable, besides I would avoid shooting for excessive noise. The screen is great for both the touch and the ability to rotate it, although normally I prefer to shoot using the viewfinder. The minimum shutter time is 1/4000, lower than the 80D which allows you to shoot at 1/8000, but you hardly need a shutter speed so fast. As for the video side I can not express myself so much having done a few, however the machine records in 1080p and 60 fps, so no 4K (function that I personally do not feel the slightest need), there is stabilization (only for videos) and you They can do time-lapse by setting the number of shots and the interval between one and the other. Regarding the battery is an LP-E17, allows you to do 600 shots, I never needed a spare battery so for me it is more than enough, I put it as against just because the 80D allows you to get to 1000 shots, anyway if you need a M The autonomy you can buy spare batteries since you can not recharge via USB. The machine has Wi-fi, Bluetooth and NFC, useful to connect the smartphone to the machine and always access the shots, as well as to shoot remotely using the phone. Missing an original Canon battery grip for this machine, even if not needing it I don't feel a particular lack. In conclusion I consider the 77D a good machine for those who are a beginner and want something better than SLR for beginners and for those who need a second lighter body for those who have a heavier car in the kit (eg a full frame SLR) .
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