Canon EOS 80D EOS Utility 3.7.0 for Windows

Download Canon EOS 80D EOS Utility 3.7.0 for Windows

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Added: 01 August 2017
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Canon EOS 80D Review

The Canon EOS 80D is an enthusiast-level DSLR, as well as the successor to the 70D. It sports a new 24MP APS-C CMOS sensing unit which, like the 70D, supplies Canon's Double Pixel on-sensor phase-detection autofocus system. The 80D additionally acquires a brand-new 45-point hybrid AF system with all of the factors being cross-type. This is a step up from the 19-point AF system in the 70D, though not quite at the same level as the 65-point coverage provided by the more professionally-oriented 7D Mark II.

Featuring a body secured against dust and also moisture, the 80D has a polycarbonate outside and also magnesium alloy chassis. It is virtually the same in layout to its predecessor, with the majority of controls obtainable by means of the articulating back touchscreen, along with via physical control points. Video clip is a major part of the 80D's overall bundle. While it could not fire 4K, it does supply 1080/60p capture and continuous autofocus during video. A headphone socket has actually been added to match its microphone port.

Other renovations come in the form of a brand-new mirror resonance control system (similar to the 5DS and also 7D Mark II), which must help in reducing the blur-inducing results of shutter shock. The 80D likewise acquires the same 7560 pixel RGB+IR metering sensing unit found in the Rebel T6s as well as T6i, a major renovation over the 63-zone double layer sensing unit located in the 70D. This new sensor offers the cam some degree of human subject awareness for subject tracking through the viewfinder. However, unlike the 7D Mark II, the 80D does not have Canon's 'Intelligent Monitoring and Recognition' (iTR) system, which makes use of the metering sensing unit in addition to range information to subject track.
It's clear that some Canon shooters have been irritated as of late, as Sony's sensing unit modern technology marches in advance in terms of dynamic range. The good news is, the 80D marks a considerable step forward in Canon's sensing unit development, offering far better DR compared to the 70D or 7D Mark II. But the brand-new sensing unit isn't really intriguing even if of the pictures it could record. Dual Pixel AF not only permits continuous focus throughout video capture, however throughout still capture (in live view setting) also. We initially saw this attribute in the Rebel T6s and it is exciting to see it currently making its means up Canon's food chain to enthusiast-level cameras.
Apart from the 70D, the closest brother or sister to the 80D is the much more professionally-oriented Canon EOS 7D Mark II. It uses a somewhat reduced resolution chip and also provides much less vibrant variety compared to the 80D. While both share the very same standard video specs, the 7D Mark II is much better equipped for quick activity, thanks to better AF factor protection, a specialized AF joystick and the addition of Canon iTR, in addition to a much faster shooting price. On the other hand, the 80D's touch emphasis capabilities make it a much more appealing choice for video.

Of course the full structure Canon 6D currently falls into a similar cost course to the both the 80D and 7D Mark II, making it deserving of consideration. Although it's far from new the 6D remains a strong and also popular video camera despite its somewhat simple AF system. In addition to the announcement of the 80D, Canon announced the DM-E1 shotgun microphone (compatible with any kind of video camera that has a 1/8" outlet). Canon additionally introduced the PZ-E1 Power Zoom Adapter. It can clip into the brand-new EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5 -5.6 IS USM package lens as well as control the zoom, with two speed alternatives. The DM-E1 will cost $250, while the PZ-E1 will run you $150. Regrettably, we just weren't able to get hold of either new device in time for this evaluation, yet we'll be upgrading our impacts as soon as we can.

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