The Canon EOS 77D is lightweight and easy to use. At the same time, it also offers great ease of use, and the camera is also interesting for advanced users. This is an SLR camera with a compact and light body and the simplicity of a camera like the EOS 800D. In terms of price, it's just above that.
The Canon EOS 77D also has the new Canon interface that makes it easier to choose the right setting. On the other hand, it looks more like the more expensive EOS 80D when it comes to control options. You could say that the camera offers the best of both worlds. It is a great camera for starting photographers, but is also a camera that grows with you when your wishlist gets longer and you want more advanced options. On a single point, it even offers more than a EOS 80D. The Digic7 processor is one generation newer, and the ISO value goes one full stop higher, to 25600. Like the 80D, the EOS 77D has a modern 24-megapixel sensor with Dual Pixel AF. The screen on the back turns, tilts and is touch-sensitive. That's nice when you want to shoot very low or very high, and it's also ideal for video. You can film with the EOS 77D in full HD at 60 frames per second. Compared with the 80D, the EOS 77D is almost two ounces lighter, and, thanks to the choice help (which can be switched off), it is easier to use for starting photographers.
We now have the EOS 77D in our test lab for a comprehensive review. Here is a small selection of images that give an impression of the quality and capabilities of the Canon EOS 77D.