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|Viewfinder Magnification||Approx. 0.82x|
|Diopter Adjustment||-3 to +1 m|
|Display Screen||3" Rear Touchscreen Swivel LCD (1,040,000)|
|Viewfinder Eye Point||19.00 mm|
|Operating/Storage Temperature||Operating32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)Humidity: 0 - 85%|
|Battery||1 x LP-E17 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.2 VDC, 1040 mAh|
|AC Power Adapter||ACK-E6N, ACK-E6 ()|
|Weight||1.19 lb / 540 g|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||5.2 x 3.9 x 3.0" / 131.0 x 99.9 x 76.2 mm|
|Start-up Time||0.2 seconds|
|Shutter Lag||0.07 seconds|
|Self Timer||10 Seconds, 2 Seconds|
|Connectivity||1/8" Microphone, HDMI C (Mini), Mini-USB, USB 2.0|
|Focal Length||18 - 55mm Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 28.8 - 88 mm|
|Weight||7.58 oz (215 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.60 x 2.40" (66.04 x 60.96 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front: 58 mm|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/4 - 5.6|
|Lens Mount||Canon EFCanon EF-S|
|Camera Format||APS-C (1.6x Crop Factor)|
|Pixels||Actual: 25.8 MegapixelEffective: 24.2 Megapixel|
|Max Resolution||24 MP: 6000 x 4000|
|Aspect Ratio||1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9|
|Sensor Type / Size||CMOS, 22.3 x 14.9 mm|
|File Formats||Still Images: JPEG, RAWMovies: H.264, MP4Audio: AAC|
|Dust Reduction System||Yes|
|Memory Card Type||SDSDHCSDXC|
|Image Stabilization||Digital, 5-Way|
|Autofocus Points||Phase Detection: 45 (45 Cross-Type)|
|Focus Type||Auto & Manual|
|Focus Mode||Continuous-Servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M), Single-servo AF (S)|
|Guide No.||39.37' (12 m) ISO100|
|External Flash Connection||Hot Shoe|
|Dedicated Flash System||eTTL|
|Flash Compensation||-2 EV to +2 EV (in 1/3 or 1/2 EV steps)|
|Max Sync Speed||1 / 200 Second|
|Shutter||30 - 1/4000 Second , Bulb Mode|
|White Balance Modes||Auto, Cloudy, Custom, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent (White), Shade, Tungsten|
|Continuous Shooting||Up to 6 fps at 24.2 MP for up to 190 frames in JPEG formatUp to 6 fps at 24.2 MP for up to 21 frames in raw formatUp to 3 fps at 24.2 MP for up to 190 frames in JPEG formatUp to 3 fps at 24.2 MP for up to 21 frames in raw format|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter PriorityMetering Range: EV 1.0 - EV 20.0Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3 or 1/2 EV Steps)|
|Metering Method||Center-Weighted Average Metering, Evaluative Metering, Partial Metering, Spot Metering|
|Remote Control||RA-E3, TC-80N3, RS-60E3, BR-E1 (Optional)|
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto, 100-25600 (Extended Mode: 100-51200)|
|Max Video Clip Length||1920 x 1080: 29 Minutes, 59 Seconds|
|Audio Recording||Built-In Mic: With Video (Stereo)Optional External Mic: With Video (Stereo)|
|Exposure Compensation||-3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 or 1/2 EV steps)|
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto/Manual, 100 - 12800, Expandable to 25600|
|Video Format||1920 x 1080p at 59.94 fps (60 Mbps MP4 via H.264)1920 x 1080p at 23.98, 29.97 fps (30 Mbps MP4 via H.264)1920 x 1080p at 29.97 fps (12 Mbps MP4 via H.264)1280 x 720p at 59.94 fps (26 Mbps MP4 via H.264)1280 x 720p at 29.97 fps (4 Mbps MP4 via H.264)640 x 480p at 29.97 fps (9 Mbps MP4 via H.264)640 x 480p at 29.97 fps (3 Mbps MP4 via H.264)1920 x 1080p at 29.97 fps (90 Mbps MOV via iFrame)|
|Exposure Control||Auto: Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISOManual: Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO|
|Video Recording||Yes, NTSC/PAL|
The Canon EOS 77D is a midrange SLR camera that incorporates features from the entry-level Rebel series and the premium 80D.
24MP APS-C image sensor. 45-point cross-type autofocus system. 6fps burst shooting. Dual Pixel AF in Live View. Vari-angle touch LCD. Top information display. Wi-Fi.
Video limited to 1080p. Pentamirror viewfinder.
The 77D is positioned mid-level, a step up from the Rebel series cameras, yet remains decidedly below the 80D in Canon's lineup, targeting moderately serious non-professional photographers.
The Canon EOS 77D is a well-rounded and well-sorted camera. The ergonomics are great, Live View performance is superb and Dual Pixel Autofocus continues to impress. The viewfinder is a little on the small side and it still doesn't shoot 4K video, but as an all-around package for the enthusiast...
The Canon EOS 77D is a feature-packed DSLR that's positioned just below the EOS 80D in Canon's lineup. If you don't need the secondary display on the top or the second control dial at the back, then the slightly less expensive 800D could serve you just as well, as its features are pretty much...
Very good high-ISO performance, Built-in Wi-Fi, Fast autofocus for video, Decent battery life, Novice-friendly interface
No 4K video recording, Basic ISO adjustments, Burst shooting isn't impressive
It ticks the right boxes and is a great option in Canon’s enthusiasts' DSLR line-up.
Comprehensive set of features, Spritely autofocus in and out of live view, Guided interface to aid DSLR newbies, Effective in-body electronic stabilisation for movies
No weather sealing, In-camera JPEG processing suppresses detail, More expensive than competition
Canon appears to be sticking with its nomenclature system for designating the capability levels of its consumer-focused DSLRs: the fewer numbers in the model name, the higher-featured the camera (at least for most of the world).
The Canon EOS 77D is a solid, if rather uninspiring, addition to the extensive EOS range of DSLR cameras, essentially combining some of the key features of the higher-end EOS 80D with the body and control layout of the cheaper EOS 800D.
It was only a year ago that we reviewed the EOS 80D , so to see what is effectively an '80D lite' arrive just 12-months later in the 77D is, well, both a good and bad thing. Some 80D owners who don't go shooting in the rain might be wondering why they paid so much when a not-weather-resistant model...
Much of the 80D's spec at a lower price, great through-the-finder autofocus system, screen-based live view is great for a DSLR camera (especially with vari-angle screen), exemplary image quality
Lacks 100% optical viewfinder, no weather-sealing (as per 80D), screen-based live view isn't as precise as through-the-viewfinder, finish looks plasticky, no 4K video
Just like my heading, overall this is a nice camera. I really like the auto focus system and the image quality with low light. At first I was going to give it four stars for the few things that I don't like about it.
I volunteered to take a group picture for my High School 50 year reunion. Although my older 12 mp Canon SLR usually does a decent job, I felt I needed the advertised feature of precise auto-focus. I wanted to use my existing lenses, and also bought a 24 mm wide angle.
I like the camera, but the bundle has some drawbacks. 1) The camera. I used Canon EOS 450D since 2008, so 77D was a long coming step up for me. Overall the functionality of the camera is satisfying, the touchscreen is very responsive.
I upgraded to this from a 450D. The 77D is a significant leap forward from there. The high ISO is so much cleaner, the detail significantly better, and the performance is much better. The shutter sound is even much improved (more mechanical sounding, less squeaky).
Upgraded to 77D from 50D. Way much lighter and the touch screen is great. Took some shots and the images are excellent. The minus side is this camera doesn't have a battery grip yet.
Bought this to replace my T2i. I love the live view for taking pix. Autofocus works great and having a touch screen is nice. It's just taking some time to get use to having one. My first set of pix look much better than my old T2i.
AN upgrade from my T4i this camera is better in low light and faster all around to catch those photos of my never still grandson. The bad included with this kit was a great size and had plenty of memory for my recent trip.
I bought the 77D because I desperately needed to upgrade my camera. My son is a competitive tennis player and will be playing in college in the fall. I take a lot of action shots and I have been very impressed with the 77D.
DISCLAIMER!! THIS IS MY OWN PERSONAL OPINION! First of all, I love both companies! I could not decide between this camera and the Nikon D5600. This is my first time running a DSLR camera. So, after reading many things about the two companies, and filling out what I needed. I decided to buy both.