test results have been added to the Canon EOS 77D
, Rebel T7i
and M6 review
Note that the 77D results were copied to create the Rebel T7i results. These two cameras are very similar and the image quality they deliver is the same. Thus, it did not make sense to invest the time needed to test both. Here are some observations:
The lighting on the color chart used for the noise level evaluation is measured for consistency using a Sekonic L-478DR Light Meter
Manual exposure mode is used for test image capture with prescribed exposure settings for each ISO setting and all RAW images are identically processed for the standard results.
Interesting is that 77D results are identical to the 80D
but the images from this copy of the M6, captured immediately after the 77D results, are slightly brighter
(by about .25 stops).
A set of -.25 EV adjusted
results are provided for an equalized brightness.
For the best image quality, should I get the Canon EOS 80D
, Canon EOS 77D
The answer to that question is ... it doesn't matter.
While there are many feature differences between these models, it would be hard to argue that one delivers better image quality than the others.
The Canon EOS 77D
is in stock at B&H
Get the Canon EOS Rebel T7i
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