Digital SLR camera newcomers who aren’t ready to invest much more than $1000 in equipment may appreciate Canon’s latest addition. The 760D feels like a cheaper version of the two-year-old 70D but introduces features including a 24.2megapixel sensor with 19-point hybrid autofocus, Canon’s DIGIC 6 image processor, a new metering sensor, and NFC and wi-fi connections. The 760D also offers advantages over its 750D stablemate, including a Quick Control Dial and automatic viewfinder. Its plastic body and feature-set match its price — there is no 4K video or weather sealing here — but it offers an able introduction to advanced photography.
$1050 (BODY ONLY) / CANON.COM.AU