By Digit Desk | Updated on 18-Feb-2020
Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date: 13 Aug, 2015
Official Website : Canon
52,747 Available at 2 Store
Digit Rating
76 out of 100
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User Rating
4.5 out of 5
Based on 20 Reviews
Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date : 13-Aug-2015
Official Website : Canon

Key Specs

  • Resolution Resolution
    NA
  • Shutter Speed Shutter Speed
    1/200
  • ISO ISO
    Auto ISO 100 - ISO 6400
  • Optical Zoom Optical Zoom
    NA
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Canon EOS 750D Specifications

Connectivity
Storage
Sensor
Sensor type : CMOS
Photography Features
Maximum shutter speed : 1/200
Self-timer : Yes
Videography Features
Image
ISO : Auto ISO 100 - ISO 6400
Image stabilization : Yes
Optics & Focus
Autofocus : Yes
Screen / Viewfinder
Articulated LCD : Yes
Screen size : 3
Screen type : LCD
Viewfinder type : Optical
Physical
Battery : 1040mAh
Battery description : Rechargeable lithium-ion battery LP-E17 with 1040mAh capacity
Dimensions : 14.8 x 35.4 x 18.2
Type
camera type : DSLR

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digit rating

digit rating
76
  • Design
  • performance
  • Value for money
  • feature
  • pros
  • + Good choice for budding photographers
  • + Support for WiFi and NFC
  • + Fast, accurate autofocus
  • + Fluid touch response
  • cons
  • - Limited dynamic range
  • - Viewfinder covers 95% of actual image area

Verdict

The Canon EOS 750D is a neatly crafted DSLR in the entry segment that's made for the budding photographer buying his/her very first DSLR. While the dynamic range in photographs is compromised, its brilliant viewfinder, ease of usage, and overall competence make up for the 750D’s limitation. On the spec sheet, the Nikon D5500 offers a higher dynamic range, which would make it a better choice for amateur/semi-professional photographers with identical specifications and features. But at a few thousands less, the Canon EOS 750D is an excellent buy in the entry DSLR segment now.

Canon EOS 750D Brief Description

The Canon EOS 750D is a neatly crafted DSLR in the entry segment, made for the budding photographer buying his/her very first DSLR. While the dynamic range in photographs is compromised, its brilliant viewfinder, ease of usage and overall competence make up for the 750D’s limitation. The Canon EOS 750D is an excellent buy in the entry DSLR segment now. It features a 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, ISO 100-12800, 19-point AF system and a 270-degree swivelling LCD.

Canon EOS 750D Price in India

Canon EOS 750D Price In India Starts From Rs. 52747 The best price of Canon EOS 750D is Rs. 52747 in Flipkart, which is 4% less than the cost of Canon EOS 750D in Amazon Rs.55000.

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Overall Rating
4.5/ 5
Based on 20 Rating
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  • Terrific purchase
    Nitesh Singh on Flipkart.com | 17-05-2019

    It's one of the best DSLR !! I got this product on offer. I'm beginner in Photography and believe that I'll able to get another level using this..!! I ordered on 6th May and get delivered on 10th May 2019..!! Still learning with basics and journey continues...

  • Terrific purchase
    Nitesh Singh on Flipkart.com | 17-05-2019

    It's one of the best DSLR !! I got this product on offer. I'm beginner in Photography and believe that I'll able to get another level using this..!! I ordered on 6th May and get delivered on 10th May 2019..!! Still learning with basics and journey continues...

  • Wonderful
    Himangshu Ramchiary on Flipkart.com | 01-12-2018

    Got early

  • Wonderful
    Himangshu Ramchiary on Flipkart.com | 01-12-2018

    Got early

  • Perfect product!
    Rudra Singh on Flipkart.com | 01-11-2018

    amazing product everything is fine I am sharing some of the pics ..u can check camera lens was good overall nice camera

  • Perfect product!
    Rudra Singh on Flipkart.com | 01-11-2018

    amazing product everything is fine I am sharing some of the pics ..u can check camera lens was good overall nice camera

  • Value-for-money
    Jakir Hussain on Flipkart.com | 01-02-2018

    Waaaaaooo..... Amgn cmra... Must buy beginers...

  • Value-for-money
    Jakir Hussain on Flipkart.com | 01-02-2018

    Waaaaaooo..... Amgn cmra... Must buy beginers...

  • Excellent
    Akshay Kale on Flipkart.com | 01-01-2018

    I am merely a person interested in photography and videography - both - with little to no knowledge about either one. So, with that disclaimer, if you'd like to know the opinions of a tech enthusiast who did his research and is taking his first strides in the direction of photography and videography, continue to read. Possible alternatives: You might look around and find a myriad of options to choose from. There are Nikon, Sony, Panasonic and Canon options too. To put it briefly, Canon has superior video quality than Nikon; Sony has controls that I find difficult to get used to and also that they don't have decent cameras in the range I am looking for; the availability of Panasonic cameras in India is bleak; and coming to the Canon alternatives, the 1300D lacks an articulating screen and 70D is over my budget of 50K. This is a quick overview of all the possible alternatives. With that out of the way, let's see what the camera has to offer. Sensor and Image Processing: It's a 24.2MP CMOS image censor. This provides for a really good image size if you need to crop the picture later on. Since it has 24.2MP, you can easily crop the image to a still stellar quality image if the need be. Apart from that the megapixel count does not really translate to better quality as is the case with all cameras. It has a DIGIC 6 image processor which is a very capable processor and one of the newest Canon has to offer. The DIGIC 7 was only recently announced and the difference should be not that substantial. The whole technical specifications can be found on Canon's website, hence I'll leave that for you to check if you are interested. Photography/Videography Experience: The photographs can be saved as JPEG, RAW or even both JPEG and RAW simultaneously if you want to have both copies for whatever reason. It includes only one SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Slot which is sufficient for enthusiasts, but professionals may require the extra slot for backup. Also, the battery and memory card have different flaps to cover them so you don't have to open the battery flap to change the memory card and vice versa. Also, since the memory card slot is on the right of the camera, it makes it easy to be replaced if necessary while mounted on a tripod without having to unscrew it from the tripod. The images are generally good when clicking pictures using the manual mode which provides for an array of options. The ISO options are from 100-12800. The shutter speed is upto 1/4000 sec. And the stock lens performs well for most situations, but you can always get another EF lens later down the line if need be. Taking videos is a pleasure with the camera. The auto-focus is quite snappy and focuses in on the subject pretty fast. The 19 cross-eyed AF focus points provide for a quick auto-focus both in photos and videos. Though it is not as good as the ones on Sony which have insane number of AF points, this is no slouch. The freedom to change the camera settings like the ISO, aperture, or the white balance during video recording is a refreshing improvement for anyone coming from a handycam which has only fixed settings on video mode. The manual mode is what any beginner should be using to learn how to use the camera better and want to improve their photography/videography skill. It gives absolute freedom and the only limit is one's creativity. Features: The WiFi capability is no gimmick. It is futuristic to say the least. It will save you the cost of buying a remote shutter later on. The shutter can be triggered using your smartphone with the right applications, and you can also use it to shoot time-lapses. Moreover, you can quickly transfer photos if you need to upload them to social media without reaching for your laptop/desktop. The NFC is also a nice addition since it will help your device to pair to your phone even more conveniently if your phone has NFC as well, but if it doesn't, it doesn't hurt to have NFC. It's future-proof in that aspect. The touchscreen is incredibly helpful. You get used to it and then you start pressing on LCDs that don't have touchscreen. It makes navigating through menus a breeze and focusing using the touch is a welcome addition. The touchscreen should not be overlooked as a feature that is unimportant. The touch response is nearly as good as any modern day smartphone. You'll enjoy using it, trust me. Also thanks to get faster delivery!

  • Excellent
    Akshay Kale on Flipkart.com | 01-01-2018

    I am merely a person interested in photography and videography - both - with little to no knowledge about either one. So, with that disclaimer, if you'd like to know the opinions of a tech enthusiast who did his research and is taking his first strides in the direction of photography and videography, continue to read. Possible alternatives: You might look around and find a myriad of options to choose from. There are Nikon, Sony, Panasonic and Canon options too. To put it briefly, Canon has superior video quality than Nikon; Sony has controls that I find difficult to get used to and also that they don't have decent cameras in the range I am looking for; the availability of Panasonic cameras in India is bleak; and coming to the Canon alternatives, the 1300D lacks an articulating screen and 70D is over my budget of 50K. This is a quick overview of all the possible alternatives. With that out of the way, let's see what the camera has to offer. Sensor and Image Processing: It's a 24.2MP CMOS image censor. This provides for a really good image size if you need to crop the picture later on. Since it has 24.2MP, you can easily crop the image to a still stellar quality image if the need be. Apart from that the megapixel count does not really translate to better quality as is the case with all cameras. It has a DIGIC 6 image processor which is a very capable processor and one of the newest Canon has to offer. The DIGIC 7 was only recently announced and the difference should be not that substantial. The whole technical specifications can be found on Canon's website, hence I'll leave that for you to check if you are interested. Photography/Videography Experience: The photographs can be saved as JPEG, RAW or even both JPEG and RAW simultaneously if you want to have both copies for whatever reason. It includes only one SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Slot which is sufficient for enthusiasts, but professionals may require the extra slot for backup. Also, the battery and memory card have different flaps to cover them so you don't have to open the battery flap to change the memory card and vice versa. Also, since the memory card slot is on the right of the camera, it makes it easy to be replaced if necessary while mounted on a tripod without having to unscrew it from the tripod. The images are generally good when clicking pictures using the manual mode which provides for an array of options. The ISO options are from 100-12800. The shutter speed is upto 1/4000 sec. And the stock lens performs well for most situations, but you can always get another EF lens later down the line if need be. Taking videos is a pleasure with the camera. The auto-focus is quite snappy and focuses in on the subject pretty fast. The 19 cross-eyed AF focus points provide for a quick auto-focus both in photos and videos. Though it is not as good as the ones on Sony which have insane number of AF points, this is no slouch. The freedom to change the camera settings like the ISO, aperture, or the white balance during video recording is a refreshing improvement for anyone coming from a handycam which has only fixed settings on video mode. The manual mode is what any beginner should be using to learn how to use the camera better and want to improve their photography/videography skill. It gives absolute freedom and the only limit is one's creativity. Features: The WiFi capability is no gimmick. It is futuristic to say the least. It will save you the cost of buying a remote shutter later on. The shutter can be triggered using your smartphone with the right applications, and you can also use it to shoot time-lapses. Moreover, you can quickly transfer photos if you need to upload them to social media without reaching for your laptop/desktop. The NFC is also a nice addition since it will help your device to pair to your phone even more conveniently if your phone has NFC as well, but if it doesn't, it doesn't hurt to have NFC. It's future-proof in that aspect. The touchscreen is incredibly helpful. You get used to it and then you start pressing on LCDs that don't have touchscreen. It makes navigating through menus a breeze and focusing using the touch is a welcome addition. The touchscreen should not be overlooked as a feature that is unimportant. The touch response is nearly as good as any modern day smartphone. You'll enjoy using it, trust me. Also thanks to get faster delivery!

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