Canon’s soon-to-be-announced entry-level DSLR cameras have leaked onto the Web a couple of days before their official announcement. New photos and specs offer a first glimpse at the Canon 760D and 750D.
The photos and specs were first published by digicam-info. Both cameras will reportedly be 24.2 megapixel APS-C cameras.
Shared specs will reportedly include an ISO range of 100-12,800, full HD video recording, 5FPS continuous shooting, Wi-Fi, NFC, and 19-cross-type AF points.
So what is it that sets these two cameras apart?
Here’s a look at the 750D. This camera appears to be the direct successor of the Rebel T5i (also known as the 700D). This continues the entry-level line of cheaper DSLRs that don’t have an LCD panel on the top of the body.
The Canon 760D, on the other hand, appears to be the camera that was spotted in some Canon promotional materials early in January 2015.
Here’s the glimpse we got of the 760D last month:
This is a higher-end camera that’s more similar to Canon’s XXD line than its XXXD line. It will reportedly feature an LCD panel on top, a quick control dial on the back and creative movie modes.
At least one of these cameras will reportedly be announced this Friday alongside a batch of other products.