Canon Malaysia brings in entry-level 750D and 760D, Connect Station CS100

24MP shooters come with 19-point autofocus

Canon expanded its enthusiast 700-series DSLR line with two more models for the Malaysian market: the 750D and 760D. Both models have 24.2MP pixel counts, but the 750D is aimed at beginners while the 760D is for the more experienced, advanced user. Both showcase the new Hybrid CMOS AF III system, 5fps continuous shooting and a 19-point AF system.

What is the major difference between the two models? The 760D has more manual features, with one particular highlight being replacing the mode dial on the 750D with a mono status LCD panel, a feature more often seen in higher-end DSLRs.

Canon's Connect Station CS100 on the other hand is basically a hard disk in a box with wireless connectivity. With 1TB of storage, you can store movies and pictures, displaying them via an HDMI-out cable connected to a screen. Just connect to the device via Wi-Fi, and you can even view the contents of the device from your web browser.

The EOS 750D kits are priced as follows: RM2,599 (body), RM3,199 (18-55mm kit) and RM4,099 (18-135mm). For the EOS 760D, it's RM2,899 (body) and RM4,399 (18-135mm). Pricing and availability has yet to be announced for the Connect Station CS100.

e EOS 750D (priced at RM2,599 for body only) and EOS 760D (RM2,899). Coming in June 2015 is the Wi-Fi enab

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EOS 750D (priced at RM2,599 for body only) and EOS 760D (RM2,899).

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