As of today 2 new entry level models are added to Canon’s line-up. The EOS 760D and 750D now sits at the highest rank among the entry-level units with the EOS 760D being almost like the EOS 70D with an LCD panel sitting on top of the body and having the mode dial placed on the left side.
Below are the images and links to the specifications of the EOS 760D and 750D, the differences between the 760D and 750D are negligible. One way to put it, is that the 760D is a 750D that looks like a 70D.
The SRP for the EOS 760D is RM 2,899 for body while kit set with EF-S 18-135 IS STM lens is set at RM 4,399.
The EOS 750D on the other hand has an SRP of RM 2,599 for body while kit set with EF-S 18-55 IS STM is set to RM 3,199 and kit set with EF-S 18-135 IS STM is set to RM 4,099 – both models are now available in the market.
Cameras aside, Canon also introduces the Connect Station CS100 – the go-to photo and video hub that lets you share, store, view and manage your most memorable moments. The Connect Station CS100 gives you up to 1 TB of wirelessly accessible storage with the capacity for approximately 150,000 photos or approximately 70 hours of video content.
Transferring photos and videos to the Connect Station CS100 is as easy as tapping it with your NFC-equipped, Canon camera or camcorder, using the available SD/CF card slots and USB connection, or through a web browser from your smartphone, tablet and PC.
More details available at the official product page, the CS100 retails at RM x,xxx and will be available in June 2015.