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Canon has managed to sneak in one more surprise for this Valentine's Day with the announcement of a trio of cameras along with a brand new 18-55mm zoom that will pair perfectly with a new DSLR. Leading the way is Canon's latest mirrorless the EOS M6, a more compact take on the M5 that forgoes the built-in EVF for a smaller, modular design. Alongside this camera is a couple of APS-C DSLRs, the T7i and 77D, sped up upgrades for a pair of very popular cameras. Finally, the EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM is a compact and stylish and versatile zoom that will grant excellent image quality without breaking your back or wallet.

At its core, the mirrorless M6 delivers similar image quality and performance to the larger M5. This is due to both sharing a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF and the DIGIC 7 Image Processor, enabling sensitivities up to ISO 25600. The differences really come in terms of body design where the M5 takes an SLR-like approach and the M6 is a more traditional compact with no EVF. An optional 0.39" 2.36m-dot OLED EVF-DC2 is available, giving users the option to decide whether it is needed for your particular shooting style. The M6 does step things up from your average camera with its 3.0" tilting touchscreen which allows for direct control over your focus and settings by intuitively tapping the screen.

Designed to provide plenty of speed, the M6 boasts a maximum continuous shooting rate of 7 fps, or up to 9 fps with AF lock. The body also sports five different dials for ergonomic and tactile control over your settings. Along with all of this, the M6 supports 5-axis Combination IS with compatible lenses as well as the ability to record Full HD video at up to 60p and accept external mics via a 3.5mm input jack. Additionally, it has built-in Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth for transferring files to a smartphone along with remote control functions. This mirrorless camera will be available in black and silver as well as in kits with a 15-45mm lens or with a 18-150mm lens.

Part of a brand-new series, though spiritually replacing the T6s, is the EOS 77D, a compact and lightweight DSLR with some notable high-end features. Beyond using the latest 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF and the DIGIC 7 Image Processor, the 77D uses a 45-point all cross-type AF system that ensures accuracy and speed with a variety of different subjects in various shooting conditions, including a top shooting speed of 6 fps. This model also features a top LCD screen that provides quick access to your essential shooting settings without needing to look at the screen or through the viewfinder, something extremely useful when shooting from the hip or when using a tripod.

Designed for advanced users who require many physical controls, the 77D features a rear control dial which can be locked to avoid accidental changes. It also has a vari-angle 3.0" touchscreen LCD that provides intuitive and direct control over AF and image review. Full HD video recording has some nice capabilities as well, including Movie Electronic IS, HDR Movie, and Time-Lapse Movie modes along with a 3.5mm mic jack. And, much like the M6, the 77D incorporates Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth. This camera will be available as a body only or as a kit with an 18-55mm lens or with an 18-135mm lens.

Sitting just below the 77D is the EOS Rebel T7i, which continues the legacy of the extremely popular and capable Rebel line. It sports many similarities to the 77D, including using the same sensor, processor, and AF systems. It can also reach 6 fps in continuous shooting and has a vari-angle 3.0" touchscreen LCD as well as Full HD video, a mic jack, and many of the same modes and features. Where the T7i separates itself is with a lighter, pared down body that eliminates the top LCD and rear control dial. There are even modes and settings designed for those looking to learn photography or boost their picture-taking capabilities, including a Feature Assistant and Creative Filters for both sills and video. And, just like the previous models, it will have Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth built-in. The EOS Rebel T7i will be available as a body only or as a kit with an 18-55mm lens or with an 18-135mm lens.

Alongside the new DSLRs is a brand new BR-E1 Wireless Remote Control which takes advantage of the cameras' Bluetooth connectivity. It can control the cameras basic settings and functions and wirelessly trigger the camera. Also, it will support the PZ-E1 Power Zoom Adapter for complete remote control of your camera system.

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