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Hey everyone i want to change my canon 70d with canon 80d so i need to feedback about it. Like what about battery life, camera result etc..

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Hi @Alic John, Welcome to the Affinity Forums.

This is probably not a good web board to find the answers you're looking for. These forums are for Serif's Affinity Products. You'll have a lot better chance of getting useful information on forums that have review sections. FWIW I was in your shoes when Canon first released the 80D. I also have a 70D. I wanted the newer 80D badly, until I spent a lot of time reading reviews and comparisons between the 70D and 80D. What I learned was there's just not that much difference, not enough to warrant me buying the 80D. For my use, I''m looking at a 7D MarkII.

Here's a web board that I frequent Photography-On-The-Net

Comparisons Google Search Canon 70D vs 80D . You should find plenty of reviews also.

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26 minutes ago, Ron P. said:

I was in your shoes

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