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Canon EOS 760D 18-135mm Specs

Canon EOS 760D 18-135mm Specs

Release Date in Singapore
Model760D + EF-S 18-135mm
DateMar 2015
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Memory slots1
Display diagonal7.62 cm (3")
Display resolution (numeric)1040000 pixels
Display aspect ratio3:2
Field of view100%
Ports & interfaces
USB version2.0
HDMI connector typeMini
Headphone outputs1
Weight & dimensions
Width131.9 mm
Depth77.8 mm
Height100.9 mm
Weight (including battery)565 g
Lens diameter7.66 cm
Lens length9.6 cm
Lens weight480 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, 25600, Auto
Light exposure modesAuto, Manual
Light exposure correction±5EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)
Light meteringCentre-weighted, Evaluative (Multi-pattern), Partial, Spot
ISO sensitivity (min)100
ISO sensitivity (max)25600
Light exposure controlProgram AE
Auto Exposure (AE) lock
Picture quality
Camera typeSLR Camera Kit
Megapixel24.2 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution6000 x 4000 pixels
Still image resolution(s)6000x4000, 3984x2656, 2976x1984, 1920x1280, 720x480, 5328x4000, 3552x2664, 2656x1992, 1696x1280, 640x480, 6000x3368, 3984x2240, 1976x1680, 1920x1080, 720x480, 4000x4000, 2656x2656, 1984x1984, 1280x1280, 480x480
Image stabilizer
Image formats supportedJPG,RAW
Supported aspect ratios1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Total megapixels24.7 MP
Image sensor size (W x H)22.3 x 14.9 mm
Video recording
Maximum video resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
HD typeFull HD
Video resolutions640 x 480,1280 x 720,1920 x 1080 pixels
Motion JPEG frame rate59.94 fps
Resolution at capture speed1280x720@50fps,1280×720@30fps,1280×720@60fps,1920x1080@24fps,1920x1080@25fps,1920x1080@30fps,640x480@25fps,640x480@30fps
Analog signal format systemNTSC,PAL
Video formats supportedMP4
Focus adjustmentAuto/Manual
Auto focusing (AF) modesServo Auto Focus, Single Auto Focus
Closest focusing distance0.39 m
Auto Focus (AF) points19
Auto Focus (AF) lock
Auto Focus (AF) assist beam
Flash modesAuto, Manual, Red-eye reduction
Flash exposure lock
Flash guide number12 m
Flash recharging time3 s
Flash sync-speed1/200
Flash exposure compensation
Flash exposure correction±2EV (1/2, 1/3 EV step)
White balanceCloudy, Custom modes, Daylight, Flash, Shade, Tungsten
Scene modesClose-up (macro), Landscape, Night portrait, Portrait, Sports
Shooting modesAperture priority, Auto, Manual, Program, Shutter priority
Photo effectsBlack&White, Neutral
Self-timer delay2,10 s
Camera playbackMovie, Single image, Slide show
Playback zoom (max)10x
Languages supportMulti
Live view
Orientation sensor
Camera file systemDPOF 1.1,Exif 2.3,RAW
Dioptre correction
Diopter adjustment (D-D)-3 - 1
Power source typeBattery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life (CIPA standard)440 shots
Battery typeLP-E17
Number of batteries supported1
Battery level indicator
Slowest camera shutter speed30 s
Camera shutter typeElectronic
Colour of productBlack
MaterialAluminium, Glass, Polycarbonate

Canon EOS 760D 18-135mm Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
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Reviewed on 2015-11-17
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
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Reviewed on 2015-10-01
Inside, the 750D and 760D are identical. They use the same sensor, autofocus system, processor and menus. They both include a 3in articulated touchscreen and relatively small 0.51x (equivalent) optical viewfinder. They include Wi-Fi, with companion apps f...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-22
24-megapixel sensor with low noise, Good noise performance up to ISO3200 / 6400, 3inch vari-angle touchscreen, Impressively quick live view focus (benefits video also), Wi-Fi and NFC built in, Excellent image quality, Excellent colour reproduction, Excell...Lens aberration correction slows continuous shooting slightly, Does not feature AF micro adjustment, JPEG results can be soft on default settings
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Reviewed on 2015-09-14
The Canon EOS 760D/Rebel T6s is the more feature-packed of two cameras that replaces 2013's EOS 700D/Rebel T5i. Its stable mate is the 750D, which shares the 760D's key components, but has fewer controls and slightly inferior live view autofocussing. The...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-09
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Reviewed on 2015-07-28
Excellent stills, New 24-megapixel sensor, Status LCD panel, Wi-Fi/NFC for sharing, Fast response, focusing30p videos a bit humdrum, Small viewfinder, Wireless pairing could be improved
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Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Plentiful manual controls, Settings window, Crisp overall image qualityNoise visible from ISO 800 onwards
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Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Plentiful manual controls, Settings window, Crisp overall image qualityNoise visible from ISO 800 onwards
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Reviewed on 2015-07-16
Announced alongside the slightly more accessibly-priced EOS 750D (Rebel T6i in the US), the 760D shares many of its sibling's features, including a new 24.2-Mpix CMOS sensor, hybrid AF system, improved metering and built Wi-Fi, yet has improved controls a...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-15
19 all cross type AF points for accurate subject tracking, Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity for easy sharing and transfer, Extremely responsive 3in, 1040k-dot Vari-angle touchscreenViewfinder doesn't provide 100% frame coverage, Doesn't accept the 700D's LP-E8 battery, No weather sealing, No Wi-Fi button on the body
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Reviewed on 2015-07-14
Shar, colorful images and video, Compact body, Speedy autofocus, Great video tracking and focus, Convenient wireless connection options.Unwieldy white-balance controls, Heavy with kit lens, Some auto modes not as accurate as manual modes
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Reviewed on 2015-07-07
Intuitive handling, 180° pivotable touchscreen, Picture quality up to ISO 3200, Responsive autofocus, WiFi and NFC, Added bonus of a settings screenNo GPS, Narrow viewfinder, Poor dynamic range, Slow RAW burst mode
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Reviewed on 2015-07-02
Good quality images with low noise and lots of detail, Fully-articulated touchscreen, Smooth and confident continuous AF in Live View and movies, Built-in Wifi with NFC and smartphone remote control, Rear control wheel, eye sensor and upper LCD informatio...Relatively small viewfinder image size, 5fps shooting beaten in speed by rival mirrorless cameras, Smartphone app doesn't offer GPS logging, Basic three-frame AEB, No timelapse or panorama facilities, Silent mode isn't particularly quiet, Continue: In Dep...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-30
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Reviewed on 2015-06-29
19-point cross-type AF system. 5fps continuous shooting. 24-megapixel image sensor. Front and rear control dials. Vari-angle touch LCD. Top information display. Smooth video autofocus. Wi-Fi.Pentamirror viewfinder. Limited buffer when shooting Raw. Full HD video tops out at 30fps
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Reviewed on 2015-06-15
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Reviewed on 2015-06-15
24.2MP sensor, 19point, all crosstype AF system, Hybrid AF with phase detect in live view, Effective subject tracking in live view, Continuous AF in live view, Optical offboard flash control, 3" articulating touch screen, LCD display on top plate, WiFi wi...Less sophisticated subject tracking than many cameras in peer group, Limited, lowdensity AF point coverage across the frame, Dynamic range still not as good as class leaders, Unsophisticated AutoISO system with no exposure comp in M mode, No direct access...
The greatest Rebel yet. That's a phrase we mutter about once a year. This time, we really mean it, and by a factor of two. The Canon EOS Rebel T6s, as well as it's companion, the T6i (known as the 760D and 750D outside of the US) both feature a new 24.2MP...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-16
24Mp APS-C format sensor, Great touch-screen and button/dial control combination, Wi-Fi and NFC built-in, Vari-angle screenAnti-aliasing filter lowers detail resolution compared to rivals, Viewfinder covers only 95% of the scene, Slow route to setting AF point
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