Declining DSLR sales aren’t enough to stop Canon from pumping out updated versions of its DSLR workhorse cameras.
Canon’s new prosumer EOS 80D is the successor to the 70D DSLR, a camera that made it easy for amateur filmmakers to record silky-smooth full HD video without needing to know much technical wizardry.
Priced at $1,199 for the body only, the 80D is a predictable upgrade over the 70D. Canon will also sell a bundle with an 18-135mm kit lens (pricing for the kit hasn’t been announced).
The camera’s body and design, as is common with revamps, remains virtually identical to the old model. That’s not a bad thing since there’s little improvement that can be made on a DSLR’s look and feel. …
Via: Mashable: Gadgets