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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...
Pros:Excellent autofocus, truly swivel and solid Touchscreen (not like competition), timelapse widely manageable, HDR, excellent high ISO hold; Excellent battery life. Great sturdiness and constructive quality that emerges especially in the use although at first glance it may seem more delicate.
Cons:For my use no one but I don't hide that if there had been the 4k would have been perfect
Opinion:I write this opinion because after reading the last two reviews I felt pulled for the jacket. I routinely use EOS 5d Mark IV, but just these days I purchased my second 80d (which I use as a second body). I read about price not related to quality, too much plastic, seems to crumble in hand.... and other nonsense that did not match the reality. Thank goodness there are also reviews of authoritative photographers like Mauro Gamberini to support the real capabilities of this camera. After you've used it properly, I consider the 80d a notch above the 70d and, in my opinion, except for the AF, even a notch above the 7d MK II, quality of the files really good, be they RAW or Jpeg, quietly holds the ISO 3200 sensitivity , but also more depending on the shooting conditions. 24 megapixels that you see all, customizable as you want and, I add I have tried it around the world, robust as never before. He endured the red dust of African and Indian safaris, soaked in water under monsoons or boating on the Ganges, never denied me a jerk. An enviable autonomy and a dynamic range nothing bad to be a Canon;-). Personally I preferred it to the 7d Mark II (which I owned). So when I read some nonsense I think that should release a review only those who use cameras and not the fan boy of the last minute who do not know what they are looking for.
Pros:Lightness, simplicity of use, Canon Optics Park, folding screen and touch. Connection microphone and headphones audio, WiFi.
Cons:Low quality construction, sensor with obvious limits, excessive use of plastic, price not related to the quality offered, no 4k video, low reactive, slow data transfer.
Opinion:I used for a year and a half this car, bought maybe without too much documentation. Having already a Canon FF it seemed like a good choice, but I regretted it. In everyday use it has shown all its limitations, in particular the quality of the sensor and the general quality of the materials. Too much plastic. A machine for amateur use, no more, with limited functions in both photos and videos. The only thing I enjoyed during some shooting is the screen completely touch and tipfold, also useful in vertical, and the presence of the headphone connection audio and microphone. Useful files up to 800 ISO, then the Canon APSC sensor yields too much. MAF greatly improved compared to other Canon mid-range, as well as a good shutter speed. Maybe useful as a second body or exclusively for video. Sold.
Opinion:I state that I was looking for an APS-C to do photographic hunting without huge pretensions (no lightning-fast chases), but I was looking for something that would allow me to recover some shots even "not perfect", which with my old 7d was not even Remotely thinkable (and the prefered to the 7d Mark II because it has better dynamic range). I found this 80d at a ridiculous price (new), and I was wondering why. Jack I immediately realized how to call it a toy is not an exaggeration. You feel the poor quality, and the comparison with a 7d also mark I is enormously unequal. What is the point of selling such a reflex (with a good AF and an interesting sensor) to almost €1,000, and then equip it with a similar body? Each button seems to crumble in the hand, the tires are quite different from the body (index that will be ruined immediately), and many other small constructive features that I did not think you could not have on a machine "almost pro". Does not stand anywhere near the comparison with a 7d mark I, let alone 2, and do not dare to put in the field the Nikon D500 because the Canon could explode. Basically a machine that I do not recommend absolutely, for sports use should orient on a 7d mark II, if you do landscaping etc. Buy directly a full frame (I do not understand how you can do portraits and the like with an APS-C but it is a My personal opinion). Let's not talk about the video side, excellent screen tiltabile sensibly (not like that of the Canon M5 to say that it flips where the cavalletto\\gimbal...) that allows you to vlogging serenely, but the lack of 4k is a big limit. In summary it is a beautiful machine enclosed in a ridiculous body, sold at an exaggerated price.
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