Australian Review: Canon EOS 750D – Locked and Loaded

If I could use one word to describe Canon, it would be consistent. While the camera manufacturer kick started the DSLR video revolution with the original EOS 5D and decked out its EOS 5DsR and 5Ds with massive 50MP sensors, every Canon DSLR and lens I've used has immediately felt familiar.

Unsurprisingly, Canon's new EOS 750D is no exception. Aesthetically, the entry-level DSLR is cut from a very similar mould to Canon's other cameras, and shares the majority of its look and feel with them. The matte black plastic body hasn't gone anywhere, and neither has the fake-leather hand grip – but why change a good thing?

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