The Canon EOS 80D is Canon's latest semi-professional camera, with a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sized sensor and Dual Pixel CMOS AF for high-speed AF during Live View shooting.
The first things you see upon opening the box are the usual manual, warranty card, and Canon Classroom brochure.
The most important things in the box: camera, lens, battery, and charger. No surprise there.
The camera assembled with pop-up flash activated.
First impression: The hand grip on the camera is deep and nice to hold.
The usual set of controls to the rear. Note the dedicated button by the front control wheel though - that offers a faster way of cycling through the AF modes.
A top down view of the main controls.
All the usual ports are hidden behind individual rubber seals.
There's a nice knurled finished to the control dials.
You can now use touch to navigate the menus.