Inside, the 750D and 760D are very similar, and the real differences are on the outside.
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The EOS 750D and 760D are much the same under the skin, but while the 760D is aimed at enthusiasts, the 750D keeps things simple.
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The 5DS has the highest resolution ever seen in a full-frame digital SLR, but from the outside it all feels comfortingly familiar.
This 1TB hard drive-equipped image station goes for NFC over wires and, fingers crossed, will only get better.
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Canon's latest bridge camera has the longest optical zoom currently available on the market – it also has a host of other useful features, such as inbuilt Wi-Fi and an electronic viewfinder.
UpdatedThe new sensor, dual processing engines and top-end AF and metering systems combine to make the Canon 7D Mark II a superb camera.
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