Go to top

Canon EOS 750D prices in Malaysia

Click here for the full specifications
Lowest Price: RM 2380.00
from Lazada
35 Offers from 4 stores available from RM 2380.00 - RM 4499.00

Compare Price

View all 30 Offers View Best Offer from Lazada

    Payment Options:

    Credit/Debit Card
    Third Party Transfer
    Alipay
    Counter Service
View details Hide details

    Payment Options:

    Credit/Debit Card
    Third Party Transfer
View details Hide details

    Payment Options:

    Credit/Debit Card
    Bank Transfer
    PayPal
    Offline Payment
View details Hide details
Prices updated on 26 Jun 2017

Canon EOS 750D Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 7,990,000
Malaysia MYR 2,380
Philippines PHP 31,000
Singapore SGD 850
Thailand THB 18,990
Vietnam VND 10,900,000

Expert Reviews

stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2015-08-07
Incredibly easy to use, Lots of detail in images, Responsive touchscreen, Fast autofocusPlasticky build, Poor battery life, Not the absolute best image quality at this price
Life sucks if you're a DSLR.Five years ago you were Charlie Big Potato, strutting around town with a haughty air of superiority in your 'I've got more megapixels' than you T-shirt. But now? Now you're yesterday's news. Those hipster mirrorless cams have s...
Read More >
devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
The EOS Rebel T6i (known as the EOS 750D outside the US) was until only recently Canon's key entry-level DSLR, taking the fight to the likes of the Nikon D3300 and D5500. The Rebel T6i / 750D was launched back in early 2015 and Canon has just announced an...
Read More >
expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-02-09
Responsive live view performance, Great image quality
The 750D arrives two years later than the 700D, and while there's little to separate them from the outside, there are some significant changes inside. The autofocus sensor has been upgraded, up from 9 to 19 points, all of which are cross-type for increase...
Read More >
techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-11-17
24MP APSC format sensor, Great touchscreen and button/dial control combination, WiFi and NFC builtin, Variangle screenCan't quite match the D5500 for detail resolution, Viewfinder only covers 95% of the scene, Needs a quicker route to setting AF point
The EOS Rebel T6i (known as the EOS 750D outside the US) is Canon's key entry-level DSLR that takes the fight to the likes of the Nikon D3300 and D5500. Announced at the same time was the EOS Rebel T6s (EOS 760D) - virtually identical under the skin to th...
Read More >
goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Great image quality for photos and video, Lightweight for a DSLRBulkier design, Shorter battery life
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i takes high-quality images at a great value. If you want a entry to midrange DSLR cameras, this is a good pick for you. When you pair it with the standard 18-55mm lens, you can utilize up to three times optical zoom, so you can fram...
Read More >
twentyfirsttech.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-13
Every year, Canon updates its Rebel lineup with a similar but improved model. And it seems like the improvements have been getting smaller over time. The 650D Mk II 700D's upgrades were almost frivolous; a slightly different case, and a mode dial that rot...
Read More >
cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-10-30
The T6i performs much better than the models that preceded it and the design remains streamlined and functional.Image quality and autofocus don't fare as well as they should in very low light
While the latest entry in Canon's midrange consumer dSLR lineup doesn't inspire much excitement, that's not really the point of the EOS Rebel T6i (aka the 750D everywhere but the US). It remains a reliable option for people looking for a functional camera...
Read More >
CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-10-29
The T6i performs much better than the models that preceded it and the design remains streamlined and functional.Image quality and autofocus don't fare as well as they should in very low light
While the latest entry in Canon's midrange consumer dSLR lineup doesn't inspire much excitement, that's not really the point of the EOS Rebel T6i (aka the 750D everywhere but the US). It remains a reliable option for people looking for a functional camera...
Read More >
cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-29
The T6i performs much better than the models that preceded it and the design remains streamlined and functional.Image quality and autofocus don't fare as well as they should in very low light
While the latest entry in Canon's midrange consumer dSLR lineup doesn't inspire much excitement, that's not really the point of the EOS Rebel T6i (aka the 750D everywhere but the US). It remains a reliable option for people looking for a functional camera...
Read More >
practicalphotography.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-11
Way back in 2003, Canon launched the 300D. It was the first camera in this now well-established series, but more importantly it marked a milestone for another reason. It was the first DSLR to retail for under £1000, making digital photography more accessi...
Read More >
Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-09
Canon T6i 24MP APS-C, 5 FPS, Flip Touch LCDCanon T6i (19.5 oz./554 g with battery and card, about $749) and 50mm f/1.8 STM. bigger. I got my T6i at Adorama. I'd just as well have gotten it at Amazon, at Crutchfield or at B&H. It comes with or without your...
Read More >
reviewed.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-21
If you're in the market for a beginner-friendly DSLR, you've undoubtably heard of Canon's Rebel line. The series has been a staple in the entry-level DSLR game since it debuted back in 2003 with the EOS 300D (aka the EOS Digital Rebel)–the very first DSLR...
Read More >
cybershack.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-13
Great picture quality, Fast autofocus, Compatible with Canon's huge lens familyFeels a little big when compared to microfourthirds cameras, Kit lens has an awkward focus ring, Photos could use more dynamic range
If I could use one word to describe Canon, it would be consistent. While the camera manufacturer kick started the DSLR video revolution with the original EOS 5D and decked out its EOS 5DsR and 5Ds with massive 50MP sensors, every Canon DSLR and lens I've...
Read More >
pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-12
Life sucks if you're a DSLR. Five years ago you were Charlie Big Potato, strutting around town with a haughty air of superiority in your 'I've got more megapixels' than you T-shirt. But now? Now you're yesterday's news. Those hipster mirrorless cams hav...
Read More >
stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2015-08-07
Incredibly easy to use, Lots of detail in images, Responsive touchscreen, Fast autofocusPlasticky build, Poor battery life, Not the absolute best image quality at this price
Life sucks if you're a DSLR.Five years ago you were Charlie Big Potato, strutting around town with a haughty air of superiority in your 'I've got more megapixels' than you T-shirt. But now? Now you're yesterday's news. Those hipster mirrorless cams have s...
Read More >
digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-28
Simple and efficient design, Pivotable 180° touchscreen, WiFi and NFC, SD card slot on the side, Decent picture quality up to ISO 3200Noisy AF with the 18135mm lens, No GPS, Narrow viewfinder, Nothing really new about the design, Low dynamic range
We knew it already, but the T6i doesn't handle as expertly as its non-identical twin, the T6s; the entire design is taken from its predecessor, the T5i. So don't expect a little settings screen on the top for checking your setup, and don't go hoping for a
Read More >
Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-28
Excellent stills, New 24megapixel sensor, WiFi/NFC for sharing, Fast response, focusing30p videos a bit humdrum, Small viewfinder, Wireless pairing could be improved
Editors' note: The EOS Rebel T6i and EOS Rebel T6s are nearly identical cameras that use the same internal components, but cater to slightly different users. The T6s has some cosmetic differences and advanced features, such as a status LCD, manual exposur...
Read More >
dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-16
Announced alongside the slightly better-equipped EOS 760D (Rebel T6s in the US), the 750D shares many of its sibling's features, including a new 24.2-Mpix CMOS sensor and hybrid AF system, but it is aimed at beginners and has a price tag to match. Read on...
Read More >
pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-07
Great performance from autofocus system, tiltangle screen delivers live view setup better than many DSLR competitors, excellent allround image qualityThe 760D and older 70D seem to make the 750D harder to justify, no 4K features like Panasonic Lumix G7, viewfinder 95 per cent fieldofview
Canon is testing the water with its latest DSLR cameras. The EOS 750D, which updates the earlier 700D mid-ranger from 2013, is also joined by the ever-so-slightly higher specification 760D, giving more choice to customers. Or just adding more confusion...
Read More >
dpexpert.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-07-03
This is a very responsive camera where everything – focus, exposure and shutter firing – are blinkoftheeye fast. We took the 750D to a Bollywood kneesup to capture faces in the crowd of performers and spectators and the speed of shooting and consistency o...Socalled live view is as clunky as ever. The usefulness of the articulated LCD is limited, compared with a mirrorless camera, by the clumsiness of the system
The Canon 750D is a relatively low-cost 24mp DSLR. It boasts improved auto-focus compared with its predecessors and is claimed to have better AF performance in live-view mode. The light metering has “skin tone detection” a feature which is hard to test b...
Read More >

User Comments


Hey, we’d like to know what you think of us

We value your privacy at iPrice, your email is only used by us to respond to your feedback.

Thanks!