April 2020 became the month of the release of the latest camera from Canon. This time Canon will release its newest DSLR camera. Canon gives the name Canon EOS 850D. Canon EOS 850D is designed for beginner photographers. But the Canon EOS 850D has features with top-class performance. With the release of DSLR cameras, Canon proves that the beginner class DSLR camera market is still an attractive market.
The new Canon EOS 850D DSLR camera is the successor to the EOS 77D and 800D models. Canon is still dedicated to DSLR and mirrorless systems. So that gives people more choices. Both systems have advantages and disadvantages of each. The Canon EOS 850D (also known as the EOS Rebel T8i in the US) has a design very similar to the 800D, located between 250D and 90D in the EOS range. What about the features of the Canon EOS 850D ?.
Canon EOS 850D Capable of Recording Vertical Video
Canon EOS 850D is equipped with 4K resolution video capabilities. What’s interesting about this feature is the ability to record vertical video. This feature was adopted from the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III. Although 4K support has been pinned on 25p.
However, users cannot change it to 4K / 30p video settings. The ability to record video has expanded the choice of its predecessor series, the Canon EOS 800D. Settings can be more detailed for automatic scene selection and time-lapse movies. To overcome shocks when recording handheld film.
The Canon EOS 850D has been equipped with 5-Axiz Movie Digital IS. So, recording is more controlled and smoother. The screen on this latest Canon camera can be rotated as in current camera standards.
The camera body is equipped with top and rear call buttons. So it can be doubly controlled regarding speed and aperture. There is also a quick control button to change settings faster.
Canon still maintains a 24 MP APS-C CMOS sensor on its latest DSLR camera. The sensor was previously used by the Canon EOS 800D. However, the Canon EOS 850D sensor is added with the latest processor from Canon DIGIC 8. So it can shoot endlessly at higher speeds, which is up to 7 fps. Using Canon’s Intelligent Tracking (iTR) technology, the Canon EOS 850D can seek focus by detecting human faces. This function can also be useful if you take pictures in sporting events and in the wild, focusing on certain animals.
Connectivity options offer fans more ways to share work and greater security when recording. With 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity, photographers can connect the Canon EOS 850D to their iOS or Android devices via the Canon Camera Connect application, to edit and share high-quality images. From here, content can be downloaded to smart devices, reviewed and posted on social media or shared with friends and family. With this integration, photographers can easily edit using DPP Express for iPad for a full RAW workflow while on the go. Automatic Image Synchronization also provides a free backup of still images and movies to the user’s computer with Image Transfer Utility 2, so that valuable photos are never lost.
When using Live View, the Canon EOS 850D will utilize the Dual Pixel CMOS AF on the sensor to produce fast focus. Canon also presents a special AF-ON button on the rear body for easy access to the focus mode. When photographing moving objects, this button can be used to stay focused on the object thanks to AI Servo AF, so the shutter button functions to take only photographs.
Eye Detection AF allows the camera to stay sharp when shooting. Precise control of the focal point in Live View mode will be supported by Dual Pixel CMOS AF using 143 automatic modes or 3,975 in manual selection.
That’s the review of the Canon EOS 850D. The Canon EOS 850D is available for pre-order from the Canon online store and will go on sale from April 2020. The Canon EOS 850D camera is sold at a price of 749USD for the body only version, and 899USD with a lens.
The lens used for the Canon EOS 850D is the EF-S 18-55mm f / 4-5.6 IS STM kit lens. Enhanced features on the latest cameras from Canon will provide a faster shooting experience. Similarly, when photographing photography on actions or moving objects.