The EOS 760D slots into Canon’s EOS for Beginners range of DSLRs and is positioned in-between the Canon EOS 750D and the more advanced Canon EOS 70D. It features a newly-developed 24.2-million-pixel sensor that’s partnered alongside a DIGIC 6 image processor.

Sharing many internal similarities with the EOS 750D, the EOS 760D features a slightly altered body to suit different needs and leans a little further towards the aspiring enthusiast photographer by including features such as a four-way control dial, which provides an additional wheel for making aperture and shutter adjustments separately during manual shooting. There is also a sliding lock on the bottom right on the 760D’s back to prevent accidental use of the rear dial.

We’ve recently taken a series of test shots whilst testing the Canon EOS 760D in Hamburg. Take a look at some of our shots above to view the quality of images or watch our video by visiting our Canon EOS 760D hands on first look page.