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Steve’s Digicams: análisis a fondo de la Canon EOS 750D

La EOS 750D, alias T6i

La EOS 750D, alias T6i

Si en este mundo traidor el objetivo de los fabricantes no fuera enloquecer al personal la Canon EOS T6i se llamaría EOS 750D y la T6s se llamaría 760D, pero como ese no es el caso, no hay nada que hacer. Los americanos siguen sin saber lo que es el sistema métrico decimal, los ingleses además conducen por el lado equivocado, y los fabricantes de cámaras tiene un nombre distinto para la misma cosa según el continente, bueno, no todos, solo los más malvados.

Vale, después de este furibundo e innecesario introito lo que os quería contar es que Steve’s Digicams acaba de publicar su análisis a fondo de la Canon EOS 750D (aunque el la llama EOS T6i) y aunque ya sabemos mucho de esta maquinita nunca está de más tener una nueva opinión.

Yo os pongo como siempre lo de siempre para esta WEB.

Canon EOS Rebel T6i Features:

  • 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor
  • Canon EF/EF-S lens mount system
  • DIGIC 6 image processor
  • Hybrid CMOS AF III autofocus system, with 19 cross-type points
  • 3.0-inch Vari-angle LCD screen with 1.04 million dots
  • ISO range from 100-12,800, expandable to 25,600
  • Full 1080p HD video recording (MP4 format)
  • Advanced (PSAM) exposure options
  • Easy to use (Auto, Scene modes, etc.) exposure options for beginners
  • Built-in Wi-Fi with NFC technology
  • SD card slot
  • Li-ion battery (good for about 400-500 shots)

The Canon EOS Rebel T6i is available now with a suggested retail price of $749.99 for the body only, $899.99 bundled with the EF-S 18-55 STM lens, or $1,099 bundled with the EF-S 18-135 STM lens.

Pros:

  • Very good image quality
  • 24.2-megapixels of resolution greatly exceeds this camera’s predecessor
  • Offers both RAW and JPEG image formats
  • Minimal noise in low and mid-ISO settings
  • Fast performance in Viewfinder mode
  • Includes DIGIC 6 image processor, which is improvement over predecessor
  • 19 autofocus points in T6i
  • Articulated LCD with touch screen capabilities is great for using the T6i on a tripod
  • Good mix of full manual control and auto shooting options
  • Q button works well for making quick changes to camera’s settings
  • Large number of special effect options
  • Good popup flash performance
  • Very good movie quality
  • Quiet lens in movie mode when used with an STM Canon lens
  • Camera’s weight is good and right handgrip is of a good size
  • Sturdy build quality

Contras:

  • Some features are only available in Viewfinder mode, others only available in Live View, which will confuse some photographers
  • Special effect modes are included in three different areas, which is confusing
  • Some buttons that work in Viewfinder mode result in error messages in Live View mode, which is frustrating
  • On-screen menu structure could have been reworked to take advantage of touch screen
  • Autofocus in movie mode is a little slow
  • Live View performance is well behind Viewfinder performance, outside of continuous shot mode
  • ISO only can be adjusted by full stops, not one-third stops like many advanced cameras
  • If you use Live View often, you’ll drain the battery very quickly
  • Overall battery life is not as good as it should be for a DSLR
  • T6i offers Wi-Fi connectivity, but it’s difficult to set up and drains the battery quickly

Y este es el análisis completo de Steve’s Digicams

adolfo

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