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Yes, but you can't do both of them together.
By PH on 20 April 2014
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I believe that the 750D has 24 megapixels and has quite a better autofocus with 19 autofocus points when this camera has 18 megapixels and has 9 autofocus points.There may be some more features I have missed.
By Amazon Customer on 03 January 2017
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David Busch's guide tells me that you will need a Wi-Fi enabled SD memory card (eg. http://uk.transcend-info.com/Products/No-401 or http://www.eyefi.com/).
By Mr. G. Morgan on 06 August 2015
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Yes absolutely. Both cameras use Canon EF-mount lenses so any EF lenses will fit. There is a bit more to it than that, however; both cameras you mention have sensors that are smaller than full frame (35mm equivalent), termed APS-C, and there are lenses specifically optimised for this sensor which are called EF-S lenses… see more Yes absolutely. Both cameras use Canon EF-mount lenses so any EF lenses will fit. There is a bit more to it than that, however; both cameras you mention have sensors that are smaller than full frame (35mm equivalent), termed APS-C, and there are lenses specifically optimised for this sensor which are called EF-S lenses. These can be made smaller, lighter, and more cheaply than the full size EF-mount lenses. Whether you have full-size EF lenses or smaller EF-S lenses they will fit and work fine on both cameras. Only if you upgraded to a full-frame camera like a 1D, 5D or 6D series camera would you have any issue, and then the EF-S lenses would not work. They would physically fit but would produce rubbish results. see less Yes absolutely. Both cameras use Canon EF-mount lenses so any EF lenses will fit. There is a bit more to it than that, however; both cameras you mention have sensors that are smaller than full frame (35mm equivalent), termed APS-C, and there are lenses specifically optimised for this sensor which are called EF-S lenses. These can be made smaller, lighter, and more cheaply than the full size EF-mount lenses. Whether you have full-size EF lenses or smaller EF-S lenses they will fit and work fine on both cameras. Only if you upgraded to a full-frame camera like a 1D, 5D or 6D series camera would you have any issue, and then the EF-S lenses would not work. They would physically fit but would produce rubbish results.
By Long Nick on 07 October 2016
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You can transfer using the proper cable or you can transfer by your memory card with the proper card reader. Patrick.
By P. J. Bennett on 04 January 2017
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Not sure which lens you are referring to?
By Barbara and Trevor Tremethick on 22 May 2017
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No you have to purchase one
By scania 730 on 26 March 2017
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Yes there is a full manufactorers waranty.
By BERNARD on 09 November 2015