Better for sports
DSLR, APS-C FORMAT
The Canon T8i is an entry-level DSLR lineup that was released in 2017. It features a 24-megapixel sensor and a DIGIC 7 image processor.
It features a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, and a DIGIC 7 image processor.
The camera’s 45-point all cross-type autofocus system is praised for its accuracy and speed, making it suitable for capturing fast-moving subjects.
The T8i uses an advanced 45-point cross-type autofocus system that will improve the number of correctly focused images at sporting events.
The camera excels with user-friendly features, image quality, and autofocus speed. The Canon T8i is a good camera for a school yearbook staff.
- Low cost compared to mirrorless options
- 24-megapixel sensor
- ISO Range: 100-25600 (expandable to 51200)
- Continuous Shooting: Up to 6 frames per second
- LCD Screen: 3.0-inch vari-angle touchscreen
- Battery Life: Approximately 600 shots per charge
- The APS-C format gives a 70-200mm lens the same reach as a 112-320mm lens.
- Compared to mirrorless options, the limited number of frames per second makes sports photography difficult.
- APS-C format cameras have smaller sensors, collect light less efficiently, and produce less pleasing bokeh.
- Lower resolution that than Canon 90D
Canon T8i sample images
Sample images from https://www.flickr.com/, Creative Commons License