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The Sentiment Analysis of key attributes from the reviews is summarized as follows:
The Canon EOS 80D builds on the big leap forward that its predecessor made principally by adding continuous autofocusing for live view stills shooting and upgrading the image sensor and focusing/metering systems
The camera is an excellent, well-built DSLR that produces reasonably sharp, detailed photographs and high quality Full HD video
It's bigger than the average compact system camera and its viewfinder can't preview images as they will be captured, but the Canon 80D is an excellent choice of camera for enthusiast photographers.
It’s not revolutionary, but the 80D is still a fine DSLR for the right user.
Any enthusiast seeking a camera that can handle both still and video capture with great ease.
This camera is not specifically “the best” at very much. Cameras like the Nikon D7500 outmuscle it in terms of autofocus and ISO performance, while mirrorless cameras are ahead in features, and Canon’s own Rebel lineup wins for price
With better performance and photo quality than the 70D, the Canon EOS 80D is worth the upgrade, but it's got a lot of competition for the money.
The Canon EOS 80D is a solid option for enthusiasts who want 45-point autofocus coverage along with excellent image quality, but it lacks 4K video.
A solid set of features but the Canon EOS 80D doesn’t do enough to stay ahead of the competition