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Canon 80D DSLR Camera Review

https://www.2bridges.nyc/filmmaking-guide/canon80d-dslr-camera-review<br><br>Selecting a mirrorless camera or DSLR camera is a choice that should be weighed carefully

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Canon 80D DSLR Camera Review

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  1. Whether you are buying a camera for taking vacation photos of your children or for shooting professional photos, picking the right camera is essential in making great shots every day. A digital camera is also an investment which will bring cherished memories back when you are old. Selecting a mirrorless camera or DSLR camera is a choice that should be weighed carefully. So which is the right camera for you? In this review, we will go through some feature that will give a detailed overview of canon 80d vs sony a6500. There are some significant features to keep in mind which include: • Specs • Advantages of canon 80d vs sony a6500 and vice versa • Common strengths of these two cameras • Number of lenses • Types of photos taken by each camera • Physical features of the cameras in general When comparing between canon 80d vs sony a6500, you need to look at the following features: 1. Specs Before we look at those specs that make these two cameras different, let’s look at the common one that you can find both. They are all waterproof, wireless built-in thus making them durable. They also come with 24MP APS-C with a CMOS Sensor. On the other hand, the following specs differentiate these two cameras. For instance, canon 80d weighs 730g, and it measures 139 x 105 x 79 mm while Sony a6500 weighs 404g, and it measures 120 x 67 x 49 mm. While canon 80d is ISO 100 - 16000 certified, while Sony a6500 is ISO 100 – 25600 certified which is extended to about 51200.

  2. The Sony a6500 has a viewfinder of 2359k dot electronic while the canon 80d has a pentaprism optical viewfinder. Other more features that differentiate the two cameras include the sensor-shift image stabilization and the date of the announcement. 2. The advantage of canon 80d vs. Sony a6500 and vice versa First, let’s look at the benefits of Sony a6500 over the canon 80d. Below are the features that make Sony a6500 good to work with. For instance, it comes with a built-in image s stabilization which has a sensor-shift thus making all the lenses stable. It has 425 points of focus which is 380 more points of focus than canon 80d. It has the power to produce 11.0fps of continuous shooting which is four fps faster than that of canon 80d which is 7.0fps. Sony a6500 has a dynamic range which is high and it 277 g lighter than canon 80d. It is also known to have the highest video resolution of 3840 x 2160 which can be combined with sensor pixel area of 15.28m2 to give best photos. If you opt to buy canon 80d, you will get the advantage of using a camera that supports UHS memory cards which can accept read/write at an ultra-high speed. This model comes with an autofocus center point of up to f/8 aperture, and it is combined with teleconverters. It also has a top LCD that Top LCD that can help you view and change the camera settings easily. If you are in the dark canon 80d comes with a 12.0m flash coverage which is 6m longer than that covered by Sony a6500. Though it is a camera, it can be used for video recording, and it has a headphone port that will give you the power to control your video sound. Lastly, it has a battery life of 960 shots which can be combined with a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000s. 3. Common strengths of these two cameras Apart from being different, the two cameras have some features in common which include; the ability to provide better wireless connectivity thus you can connect it to public WIFI. They can also offer flexible shooting positions that are enhanced articulate screens. They also have a built-in flash that can be used when the light is too low. For fantastic flash photos, they come with an external flash shoe that is unique features to these two cameras. These two cameras are easy to handle and control due to the presence of a touchscreen which can display camera functions. The new viewfinder gives these cameras better control and framing capability. If you are new in photography, the cameras have face detection focusing which is useful in taking portrait photos. The good thing with them is that you can be controlled remotely from a smartphone which is enhanced by the presence of NFC wireless connection. The microphone port helps in recording high-quality audio for your video. 4. Physical features of the cameras in general

  3. This section looks more at the size of the camera in general. For instance, canon 80d is 139 x 105 x79 mm, and it weighs 730 grams. On the other hand, Sony a6500 is 120x67x53 mm, and it weighs 453grams. These features show that Sony A6500 is smaller than canon 80d. In short, the Sony A6500 body is 38mm short, 26mm thin, and 19mm narrow than Canon 80D. 5. Types of photos taken by each camera It is good to state that different cameras are good to take different kinds of cameras. Thus it is good to note that feature that you buy the best camera that matches your hobby. For instance, Sony A6500 is useful for taking a portrait, street, and daily photos while Canon 80D is good at taking sports and landscape photos. 6. Number of lenses The number of lenses is another thing that you should consider when deciding on buying an interchangeable lens camera. With this feature, we conclude that Canon 80D has benefits over Sony A6500. For instance, Canon 80D has 301 lenses which are suitable for Canon EF/EF-S mount, while Sony A6500 has 83 lenses for Sony E lens mount. These lenses are broken down into different categories which include superzoom, standard zoom, wide-angle fisheye prime, standard prime, wide-angle prime, wide-angle zoom, telephoto zoom, macro prime, telephoto prime, perspective control prime and telephoto mirror prime. Conclusion With all those features at hand, you can make your decision on which camera is right for your needs. The last thing you need to consider is your budget and the amount of money you are ready to spend. Take your time and decide which camera is good for you.

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