The canon eos 750d (rebel t6i, as it’s branded stateside) succeeds the eos 700d/rebel t5i introduced in 2013. It features a new 24.2-megapixel aps-c cmos sensor with an iso range of (expandable to iso 25600), as well as 5fps continuous shooting.
Canon has also implemented its digic 6 image processor which supersedes the digic 5 unit found in the 700d, and the new model also receives an upgraded 19-point autofocus system pulled from the eos 70d. The 750d’s exposure metering system is new, too, as is the inclusion of wi-fi connectivity with nfc pairing.
Externally the 750d is almost identical to its predecessor, featuring a 3-inch 1040k-dot lcd display that’s both touch-sensitive and able to articulate. The camera’s physical control layout is also very similar to the 700d. However, if you like the look of the top-panel lcd display and rear control wheel on the eos 70d, the new 760d introduced alongside the 750d includes these features, but in every other respect is identified