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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

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