Mid-level D-SLRs usually are the most underrated of cameras. These are the price-holders for a segment of users who cannot afford the best, yet are not ready to settle for entry-level models. The 77D is a possible replacement to the 760D.
Design and Build Quality
The Canon 77D has a polycarbonate exterior, which feels sturdy for a midlevel D-SLR. The switches and buttons also made well. The camera has a tilt-and-swivel mount for the LCD, which helps to protect the screen when not in use. The lens mount and tripod receptacle are metal. The camera has a status LCD on the top panel, which can be lit up in case you find it difficult to read.
The EOS 77D is a Digital SLR, using an APS-C (Approx. 22.3 x 14.9mm) CMOS sensor for imaging, aided by a DIGIC 7 image processor. The camera offers 24.2 million effective pixels and accepts Canon EF mount lenses, except EF-M lenses. While shooting with the optical viewfinder, the camera uses TTL secondary imageregistration autofocus, assisted by phase-difference detection…