Is the 750D one of the best options for those looking to enter DSLR photography? Find out in our Canon EOS 750D review
Canon EOS 750D Review – Design and Performance
The top plate and rear of the 750D is non-threatening and thanks to the simple, well-structured layout of buttons, it’ll allow beginners who may not have used a DSLR before to pick it up and get accustomed to the handling very easily without scaring them off.
It doesn’t have weather sealing or a really heavy-duty feel, but the panels neither creak nor squeak when the body is gripped tightly.
The performance of autofocus in Live View is exemplary. No off-putting autofocus noises were traced in video footage with the 18-55mm STM kit lens and the focus tracking can keep up to speed with most subjects provided they don’t move too erratically through the frame.
Wi-fi and NFC works a treat too, with Canon’s Camera Connect app allowing a quick transfer to mobile devices, plus it’s possible to adjust the AF point position and key settings straight from your smartphone’s screen.