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Canon EOS 80D prices in Malaysia

Created to instill your inner creativity, the Canon EOS 80D is truly magnificent when you take a look at its awesome performance. Read more about Canon EOS 80D Malaysia below to find out.

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Canon EOS 80D Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 6,534
Indonesia IDR 691,000
Malaysia MYR 2,801
Philippines PHP 32,371
Singapore SGD 901
Thailand THB 31,800
Vietnam VND 22,900,000

About Canon EOS 80D Malaysia

Canon EOS 80D Malaysia - Expressing Your Inner Creativity with Relative Ease

Boasting legendary reputation as one of the most popular brands in the realm of cameras, Canon proves that it has been successful when it comes to designing cameras that suit your needs. As such, Canon is proud with its revolutionary Canon EOS 80D.

Impressively Gorgeous Image Quality

Thanks to its powerful 24.2MP (APS-C) CMOS sensor, it empowers the Canon EOS 80D camera to capture high-resolution images. Not only that, it is incredible that this Canon camera also possesses the ability to provide refined individual pixels which enable high ISO speeds of 16000 for still photographs ( you can expand it to 25600) and 12800 for movies (expandable to 16000 or 25600. In other words, the Canon EOS 80D camera is able to deliver high-resolution images with relative ease.

Uber Autofocus Capabilities with Canon EOS 80D Malaysia

Featuring the impressive 45-point all cross-type AF system, the Canon EOS 80D camera offers promising AF operation. This Canon camera even contains four types of AF selection modes that prove to be very handy in a variety of settings. These four are Single-point AF, Zone AF, Large Zone AF and 45-point AF Auto selection.

As for the Single-point AF, you can select any of one of 45 points manually in order to bring barely moving subjects into focus. The Zone AF proves to be very effective for subjects that are difficult to capture with the Single-point AF as you can select from 9 zones that detects subjects automatically. Next, the Large Zone AF gives you the choice to choose from 3 zones that are larger than the ones in Zone AF. Finally, the 45-point AF Auto selection enables your Canon camera to detect subject automatically from 45 points. Overall, its AF capabilities have been said to be amazing especially when shooting in low-light conditions.

Flexibility at Any Angles

While exhibiting the power and potential in snapping pictures with precision, quality and speed, the Canon EOS 80D camera also features Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor that proves to be very helpful in shooting at the angle that you want. Whether shooting at high or low angle, this LCD monitor can rotate up to 270 degree of vertical rotation and up to 175 degree of horizontal rotation. Not just that, it also allows you to use the Canon camera with tripod effortlessly. In conclusion, the Canon EOS 80D is simply exceptional since it truly excels at every aspect of shooting experience.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-10-19
Same, Yet Different The handling of the camera can be categorised as feeling similar, yet not… at the same time. It shares similar body style and design as the 70D, but it has tweaked ergonomics in hand. Additionally, it has 45 AF points that can be selec...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-18
How would you rate your skills with a camera - newbie, amateur, enthusiast or professional?If you fall into that third category, Canon has just refreshed its line-up with the ideal digital SLR.The 80D is an upgrade on the 70D, which was one of Canon's mor...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-21
The Canon EOS 80D is more than just another SLR. Canon has brought a camera to the market that incorporates many innovative functions for photo and video. The key feature is Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF which enables fast focussing during live view and vide...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-03
The Canon EOS 80D is mid-range workhorse DSLR in a world full of mirrorless cameras that offer bells and whistles galore. While the 80D offers its fair share of fancy features, it shines as a reliable DSLR capable of excelling when shooting still images o...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-13
Canon EOS 80D Review – On paper, the Canon EOS 80D with 18-135mm IS lens kit is equipped with a lot of goodies. It weighs 730 grams (body only) and has a 24.2 Megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor. The packaging comes with the Canon EOS 80D body, the lens, camera...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Competent all-rounder, Excellent autofocus in video captureSometimes overexposes high-contrast scenes in JPEG mode, No 4K video capture, Still image autofocus not the most reliable
The EOS 80D is the latest model in Canon’s enthusiast line of cameras. It’s a step up from the consumer-oriented EOS 750D and 760D, with a bigger viewfinder, more physical controls, a weather sealed body, longer battery life, faster performance and more...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-22
Great battery life, comfortable design, rotating display, convenient AF selector button, responsive autofocus, solid image qualityLacks GPS, underwhelming lowlight performance, inconsistent touch focusing through the app, no 4K, PRICE: $1,199
Despite a troubled DSLR market, Canon has been resolute in maintaining enough variety in its offerings to ensure a smooth ascent for users who want to climb the ladder of sophistication. The 80D sits at around the middle rung of that ladder, giving advanc...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-05
Great image quality, Solidly built, Easy to useIncluded lens lets the camera down a little, Fiddly to pair with smartphone, Not easily portable
Canon's new midrange EOS 80D is an attempt at bridging the gap between enthusiast gear and pro gear. It's got several cool features for the average user and a few nice options for more advanced users.Canon's cameras usually have great build quality and ni...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-05
I buy only from these approved sources. I can't vouch for ads below.The Canon 80D is a great combination of the light weight of the Canon Rebel DSLRs, with most of the advanced controls of the top of the line cameras like the 7D Mk II. The 80D is a marvel...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-02
45 Autofocus point, Articulated LC, Microphone and headphone jacksNo 4K vide, Single card slot
The Canon EOS 80D ($1,199) builds upon the foundation of its predecessor, the 70D, and impresses with its new 45-point autofocus system, improved dynamic range and better high-ISO performance. The dual-pixel AF technology found in the 70D has been improve...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-31
Features & Build The jump in megapixels means the 80D actually has more resolution than Canon's full-frame 6D DSLR, matches the brand's flagship 1D X MkII, and is on par with the Pentax K-3 II that also has an APS-C sensor. Other steps forward see the au...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-06
Excellent 24megapixel stills, Best DSLR autofocusing for movie capture, 45point autofocus system, Headphone jackNo 4K video
After almost three years on the market, Canon recently updated the midrange, enthusiast EOS 70D, one of our favorite movie-capable DSLRs. Among the new features, the new EOS 80D has more megapixels, improved video quality, and an enhanced autofocus system...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-04
Great color reproduction, Highest usable dynamic range of all Canon APSC cameras, Extremely fast auto focus, both for video and for photography, Headphone connection for video, Nice menuISO range is limited, Limited video options: no slow motion, 4K, focus peaking or clean video output, Dynamic range does not yet match that of competitors
The Canon 80D is Canons newest SLR with APS-C sensor. "A powerful, fully equipped DSLR that offers everything that you need – at your fingertips – to further develop your talents in the area of photography and video " – so reads the press release from Can...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-30
45-point autofocus system, 7fps capture with focus tracking, Vari-angle touch-screen display, Pentaprism viewfinder, Smooth video autofocus, 1/8,000-sec shutter and 1/250-sec flash sync, Wi-Fi with NFCNo 4K video support, Single SD card slot, Omits PC sync connection
Canon's midrange SLR family, including cameras like the previous-generation 70D and the current 80D ($1,199, body only), has long been a solid choice for photographers who feel that the consumer-friendly Rebel line is lacking, but don't need to move up to...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-20
What's new with the Canon EOS 80D? Sporting a new 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor coupled with Canon's Dual Pixel on-sensor phase-detection autofocus system, this Camera dominates the 70D's autofocus (AF) system. The 80D also brings in a new 45-point hybrid AF sys...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-15
With an all-new 24.2Mpix APS CMOS sensor, a 45-point all cross-type viewfinder for stills, and a Dual Pixel CMOS AF system for live view or when recording video, the Canon EOS 80D is the latest model in the maker's double-digit series. Read on to find out...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-06
The new Canon EOS 80D is an update to the 20.2 megapixel 70D DSLR, released back in 2013, and it features a new 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 processor, alongside a new 45 all cross-type point AF system and a 7fps shooting rate...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-26
The Canon EOS 80D is a prosumer APS-C digital SLR camera. Successor to the three year old 70D, the EOS 80D features a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, an updated Dual-Pixel CMOS AF system which now additionally offers continuous autofocus during live view stil...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-26
The EOS 80D is the latest iteration of Canon's APS-C-chipped DSLRs that began with the introduction of the (no kidding) three-megapixel EOS D30 in 2000. I've owned and shot with every camera in this series through the 60D. I so dearly loved my Canon 50D...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-22
When I first handled the Canon EOS 80D, I thought I was holding a 70D. Sure, there are some changes to the button design, but for the large part, the camera remains largely untouched. This includes the button placements.I'm happy that the 80D has a very s...
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