Canon’s Canon mirrorless line of cameras has seen a number of major changes over the years, with the company’s latest offering the Canon 800d and Canon 800 mirrorless cameras, respectively, hitting shelves on March 17.
Both cameras come with an all-metal body that’s made of metal and glass, and the 800d comes with a 12-megapixel sensor, which is one of the most popular mirrorless sensors around right now.
The 800 mirror is also available with a 16-megapixels sensor, and both cameras feature a 1.9-micron CMOS sensor that captures stills in high-quality.
Both models come with a dedicated 12-MP digital zoom lens, as well as a new, faster AF system that focuses by touching the image sensor.
But what really sets the Canon mirror is the optical image stabilization (OIS) system.
Canon has long been known for having a solid system of OIS for mirrorless DSLRs, but the 800 and 800 mirror are the first time the company has made use of it in a mirrorless system.
The system uses a variety of optical sensors to produce an image stabilization field of view (FOV) for each pixel of the sensor.
It’s a great way to ensure that a sensor’s resolution is preserved over the long term, as it can prevent the image from becoming blurry if the sensor is rotated or rotated with respect to the lens.
It also allows for much higher quality images.
For example, if you tilt the Canon 700D to the left, it can deliver higher-quality results than if you tilted it to the right.
That’s because the 800 has the ability to change the angle of view when you’re moving, and because of the way the 800D’s optical sensor is constructed, it’s able to capture sharper images than a mirror that has a different sensor.
So, when you shoot a moving object, the 800 can capture images that look sharper than if they were captured at the same angle, as long as the sensor stays within its normal FOV.
And because the image stabilization system uses multiple layers of optics, it also helps reduce the amount of noise created by the camera’s shutter speed.
All of this is great for image quality, and while there’s not much in the way of new features in either the Canon optical or mirrorless lineup, the 8-meg sensor has become a staple of mirrorless systems in recent years, as the 8D and 8X have both made major improvements to their image sensors in recent releases.
Canon is now making the Canon 8D mirrorless with a new version of the company-made Canon 800 sensor, along with a few other updates.
The Canon 800 Mirrorless Canon 800 is available with an 8-MP APS-C sensor, making it one of Canon’s newest mirrorless mirrorless sensor offerings.
It comes with an improved 1.1x optical zoom lens that’s able it to capture high-resolution images at higher ISO levels.
The sensor also has a new 1.4x optical lens, which can shoot a wider-angle image than its predecessor.
The optical zoom also comes with the ability for the lens to capture low-light shots.
Canon also announced that the company is launching a new software update to support its optical stabilization system.
If you’re looking for an upgrade to Canon’s existing mirrorless offering, the Canon 8000 mirrorless is also making its way to retailers as of March 18.
The camera features a 1/4″ sensor, while the Canon 80E comes with both an 8MP and 16MP sensor.
Both have optical zoom, AF-only mode, and an improved OIS system that is capable of better image stabilization and more high-contrast images.
The 8X mirrorless model is also launching with an updated version of Canon 80X optical zoom that has an improved lens and sensor.
This model is available in both 1.6x and 1.8x optical lenses, and it’s also available in an 11MP and 15MP sensor configuration.
If your budget is tight, the mirrorless 8D is also going to be a very affordable mirrorless option.