The Canon 750D is one of the best DSLR cameras for beginners, as well as an ideal upgrade camera for enthusiast photographers looking for advanced features. Housing a high-resolution 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, the Canon 750D is a great camera for capturing a superb level of detail in a wide variety of scenarios, including photographing portraits, action, wildlife and landscapes.
Keeping track of fast-moving subjects is made easier using the Canon 750D, thanks to its advanced 19 cross-type AF system, providing highly accurate and fast focusing. Featuring Canon’s fast DIGIC 6 processor, the 750D is capable of capturing full resolution images at 5 fps. Combining the power of the DIGIC 6 processor with the 750D’s high-resolution sensor and advanced AF gives photographers a greater chance of freezing key action at the perfect time.
Using a DSLR for the first time? The Canon 750D has a user friendly layout and offers handy basic, creative and intelligent auto modes - such as Kids, Handheld night scene, Food and Monochrome. As you grow in confidence, you will be able to take more control over the camera, using manual functions.
The Canon 750D features an intelligent viewfinder, allowing users to see active focus points and shooting information. While the 3.0” (7.7cm) LCD touch screen of the 750D is ideal for shooting at extreme angles. The touch screen also makes it easy to focus during video as you can simply tap the screen to tell the camera where to focus.
Canon EOS 750D - Movie recording and connectivity
The handy Canon Photo Companion App makes it possible to connect the 750D to the Canon Connect Station content hub or to compatible Android and Apple iOS devices via Wi-Fi or NFC for seamless photo sharing. Additionally, the app is packed full of expert tips to help users get more out of their cameras and image tutorials to provide photography inspiration.
If you’re interested in shooting videos, the 750D is capable of recording detailed Full HD movies in the commonly used MP4 format, perfect for social media sharing. Canon’s Hybrid CMOS AF III system makes tracking movement and focusing smooth and accurate during video recording for professional-looking results.