The Canon 750D and 760D are the evolution of Canon’s mid-range DSLR cameras. Now we have this two models with very few differences that are trying to draw the attention of users based on their demands or technological needs.
Both, the Cannon 760D and the Canon 750D incorporate a new APS-C sensor with 24.2 megapixels, with a 100-12,800 ISO sensitivity in order to achieve high resolution pictures and outstanding quality. The sensor produces low noise and exceptional detail levels when taking pictures with low light. The differences between this two models are subtle, placing the Canon 760D ahead feature-wise. It has a LCD screen at the top and a control dial on the opposite side. It also includes creative control in the video function.
AF CMOS Hybrid III offers a softer tracking focus when recording video in Full HD. This guarantees that the subjects will always appear sharp, even if they move throughout the frame. I have been able to try this technology with a pre-production unit and I can assure you that it is wonderful, soft and precise.