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760D REBEL T6S vs 70D.

 
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Feb 11, 2015 15:53 |  #16

I'm in the same boat, I have an SL1 and would like to upgrade and keep the SL1 for a backup. I'm still leaning towards the 70D though. I don't want to be a guinea pig for a new camera. The 70D is proven and it's issues are known. The unknowns of the T6S are what makes me hesitant.


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Feb 11, 2015 18:50 as a reply to  @ post 17420354 |  #17

The following review states the 750D & 760D both have in body stabilisation : http://www.trustedrevi​ews.com/canon-eos-760d-review (external link)


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Feb 11, 2015 20:12 |  #18

Colin Glover wrote in post #17427743 (external link)
The following review states the 750D & 760D both have in body stabilisation : http://www.trustedrevi​ews.com/canon-eos-760d-review (external link)

That should tell you how trustworthy trustedreviews.com is.




  
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Feb 11, 2015 20:13 |  #19

Colin Glover wrote in post #17427743 (external link)
The following review states the 750D & 760D both have in body stabilisation : http://www.trustedrevi​ews.com/canon-eos-760d-review (external link)

Don't believe that to be accurate. This would be a significant new feature to the entire EOS lineup and surely highlighted in Canon's official press releases.


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Feb 11, 2015 20:31 |  #20

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Don't believe that to be accurate. This would be a significant new feature to the entire EOS lineup and surely highlighted in Canon's official press releases.

Yep.... that would be pretty earth shattering. Not to mention making a lot of very expensive lenses obsolete.

(but I'll have to say that all the other features are certainly whetting my appetite.)




  
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Feb 12, 2015 03:45 |  #21

Maybe they're getting confused with the sensor shift dust cleaning function ?


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Feb 12, 2015 06:15 |  #22

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Maybe they're getting confused with the sensor shift dust cleaning function ?

Maybe, but that's not a new feature.

Here's a quote from that "review."

Perhaps the most important change in terms of impact on your shooting, though, is in-body stabilisation. Older Canon cameras rely on lenses for stabilisation, but the Canon EOS 760D and 750D have it built into the body.
Read more at http://www.trustedrevi​ews.com …eview#LXp6wuQu0​uW4Bv6k.99 (external link)




  
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Feb 12, 2015 06:44 |  #23

alliben wrote in post #17428358 (external link)
Maybe, but that's not a new feature.

Here's a quote from that "review."

Perhaps the most important change in terms of impact on your shooting, though, is in-body stabilisation. Older Canon cameras rely on lenses for stabilisation, but the Canon EOS 760D and 750D have it built into the body.
Read more at http://www.trustedrevi​ews.com …eview#LXp6wuQu0​uW4Bv6k.99 (external link)

Yeah, they've clearly got some wires crossed there.


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Feb 12, 2015 06:51 |  #24

Has anyone thought to look at Canon's site? lol
http://www.usa.canon.c​om …_is_stm_lens_ki​t#Overview (external link)

They have "Image Stabilizer" listed under "Overview" but never mention it in the text. Maybe they aren't drawing attention to that because they don't want IS to be the selling point. They seem to be trying to point out how similar it is to the XXD series cameras and pointing out the less important features that make it attractive to first time buyers. Throw words out there like wifi, NFC, HD Video, and Burst Shooting and first time buyers get excited. I think built in IS is something that people who have owned one before would get more excited about. The rebel line is targeted more towards first time DSLR buyers. They don't care, especially since it comes with an IS lens.

I really have no idea why they haven't mentioned it, but it does appear to be listed as a feature. That's just my best guess.


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Feb 12, 2015 09:13 |  #25

BlakeC wrote in post #17428385 (external link)
Has anyone thought to look at Canon's site? lol
http://www.usa.canon.c​om …_is_stm_lens_ki​t#Overview (external link)

They have "Image Stabilizer" listed under "Overview" but never mention it in the text. Maybe they aren't drawing attention to that because they don't want IS to be the selling point.

In camera IS would be a huge selling point even for brand new camera buyers. In the over view IS is listed but I think that's for the kit lens. In the features canon never say anything about IS but they mention the digital level......I'd think they would mention in body IS before an electronic level.

Also under the specs on B&H's site for IS it says "none"

I'm going to go with this doesn't have in body IS until canon actually says "in body IS".




  
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Feb 12, 2015 09:27 |  #26

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In camera IS would be a huge selling point even for brand new camera buyers. In the over view IS is listed but I think that's for the kit lens. In the features canon never say anything about IS but they mention the digital level......I'd think they would mention in body IS before an electronic level.

Also under the specs on B&H's site for IS it says "none"

I'm going to go with this doesn't have in body IS until canon actually says "in body IS".

That is definitely confusing. It def confused me! I'm used to looking at the other cameras that are body only I didnt realize it was the features for the KIT. If that's the case, they should list it as "Image Stabilized Lens" instead. I would agree though, seems like it would be a HUGE deal to have in-camera IS.


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Feb 12, 2015 10:54 |  #27

BlakeC wrote in post #17428385 (external link)
Has anyone thought to look at Canon's site? lol
http://www.usa.canon.c​om …_is_stm_lens_ki​t#Overview (external link)

They have "Image Stabilizer" listed under "Overview" but never mention it in the text.

I don't know if my eyes are playing tricks on me, but I'm not seeing anything about "Image Stabilizer" there.




  
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Feb 12, 2015 10:55 |  #28

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I don't know if my eyes are playing tricks on me, but I'm not seeing anything about "Image Stabilizer" there.

It's not in the text, its down in all of the symbols at the bottom under the paragraph


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Feb 12, 2015 11:00 |  #29

BlakeC wrote in post #17428687 (external link)
It's not in the text, its down in all of the symbols at the bottom under the paragraph

Got it, thanks. I think that's referring to lenses. There are a couple of other references to lenses there too.

In body stabilization for a Canon would be a huge shift, and it's mention would be more prominent.




  
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Feb 12, 2015 12:39 |  #30

I remember watching an interview a while back where they asked the Canon person about if they ever would do in camera IS. He said that they believe it is important to have the stabilization in the lenses themselves. That way they can be perfectly tuned to that particular lens and be much more effective. So, it seems to me that Canon won't be having in-camera stabilization anytime soon, if ever. Or until technology changes again.


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