The 750D is Canon's latest triple-digit DSLR. See what it's capable of in our Canon EOS 750D review sample image gallery

The images in this gallery have been resized and optimised for web. You can see the full images, straight out of the camera, over on our Flickr page.

It’s usually the case that camera manufacturers like to build a buzz before launching new models, and then when they do they’ll release the camera in isolation so as to create the maximum amount of interest and buzz.

Canon chose to eschew that tradition back in February, instead choosing to launch some four DSLRs on one day. These weren’t just any four DSLRs either – two of the new models landed in Canon’s advanced range in the shape of the 5DR and 5DS, while the other pair of models sit in the triple-digit enthusiast range, namely the EOS 750D and 760D.

Canon’s triple-digit range has long been the place that entry-level shooters turn to when they’re looking to take the step up from their four-digit model. This is owing to the fact that models such as the 750D often feature a host of technology which has made it’s way down the range from Canon’s pro-end models such as the EOS 70D.

That’s generally the case here with the Canon EOS 750D. The models features the phase detection autofocus system seen previously in the EOS 70D, while the camera also features a newly-developed 24.2MP APS-C-sized sensor which should be capable of producing some great images.

We’ve had the Canon EOS 750D in the office for a few days now and have taken it out and about in the field to complete our test of the camera.

You can check out the results here, and be sure to head back to our website for our full verdict on the 750D soon.