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'Highest resolution Canon APS-C camera yet.'
'Even without scrutinising, images from the Canon EOS 750D are impressive. '
'the touch-screen is detail-rich (in all but very bright light) and is very responsive.'
'Fast AF. Accessible hardware.'
'The camera is also equipped with Sony's latest processor, the Bionz X, something which is also found in the A7/A7R. '
'Despite the significant resolution the A6000 does a really good job of handling image rendering. '
'A clear Dave's Pick, the Nikon D7200 is the company's best effort yet in the enthusiast DSLR market.'
'Focus acquisition is quick (0.05-second in bright light and 0.6-second in very dim conditions), and the tracking system is excellent.'
'Overall the Nikon D7200 is an impressive enthusiast DSLR.'
'Disappointing video features'
'The built-in pop-up flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and adequate overall exposure. '
'The menu system is vast, and there are a lot of features available there that might not be apparent at first glance.'
'The built-in flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and good overall exposure. '
'Lots of customisation options available.'
'With faster burst shooting, improved autofocus and much greater ISO range, the 7D MkII is clearly a superior camera. '
'The large APS-C sensor makes it easy to blur the background and importantly makes the camera more versatile in low-light.'
'14mm f/4 lens provides perfect uniformity. '
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