- Affordable entry into DSLRs
- Wi-Fi & NFC
- Fully articulating touch-sensitive screen
- Viewfinder offers 95% coverage, not 100%
- No 4K video, Full HD restricted to 30fps
- Slightly plasticky construction
- Review Price: £599.00
- 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor
- 100-12800 ISO range
- 19-point AF
- Full HD video at 30fps
- Wi-Fi and NFC
What is the Canon EOS 750D?
Launched all the way back in early 2015 (an eon in camera-tech terms), the 750D is one of Canon’s ‘advanced beginner’ DSLRs. At the time of its launch, it sat above the most basic 1200D. These days it still sits above Canon’s more recently announced 2000D and 4000D. Those looking for the most recent model in this range need to check out the Canon EOS 800D.
If you’re on a strict budget, considering older models makes a lot of sense. For those seeking to buy their very first DSLR, the 750D and its 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor is still a pretty attractive proposition. Right now, you can pick one up with a kit lens for just shy of £500. That’ll save you a good £200 off the more recent 800D.