Comprising a versatile feature-set for both still photography and video recording, the EOS 77D DSLR from Canon blends advanced imaging capabilities with an intuitive design. Revolving around a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 7 image processor, images can be recorded using a broad native sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600, to suit shooting in a variety of lighting conditions, and a continuous shooting rate of 6 fps benefits working with moving subjects. The sensor’s design also facilitates Dual Pixel CMOS AF, which uses phase-detection autofocus for quick, accurate, and smooth performance to suit both video shooting and stills use in live view. Alternatively, a 45-point all cross-type phase-detect AF system is also featured for shooting stills using the optical pentamirror viewfinder.
Whether on ground or in the water, SJCAM‘s SJ5000 Wi-Fi Action Camera has you covered for filming your adventures. The Wi-Fi designation denotes that this camera can be controlled via Wi-Fi. Using the free SJCAM Zone app, available for iOS and Android, all the functions of the SJ5000 are within reach of a few taps on your smart device’s touchscreen. 1080p HD video is recorded off the 14 megapixel sensor with audio from the integrated microphone to an onboard microSD card (available separately). The built-in lens has a 170° field-of-view, so nearly anything happening in front of the camera is sure to be captured. Settings can be adjusted on the camera body itself, using the internal LCD screen and buttons around the perimeter. In photo mode, the entire resolution of the 14 megapixel sensor is utilized for sharp photos. Photo bursts of 3 photos per second can be taken for high-action scenes. Using the included underwater housing, the SJ5000 can be taken as deep as 98′ to record video while diving, swimming, or engaging in other aquatic activities. Terrestrial situations, on the other hand, will benefit from the included mounting gear, which is compatible with standard 3-prong action camera accessories. Whether you’re biking, climbing, hiking, or driving, you won’t be short of ways to mount the