While most professionals may have overlooked the latest DSLR to come out from Canon, the 80D, there are a few new features that are important to note. Whether you're a Canon shooter or not, keeping up with the featureset that's included with a modestly priced ($1200) compact camera is a good way to stay plugged in to where certain manufacturers are at, especially when it comes to having a lower-cost, backup camera. Here's a few videos that go in-depth with the 80D, and point out some of the more notable tricks this little camera has up it's sleeve.
The first video is above, a preview of the 80D from Tony Northrup, and he gives his thoughts on some of the features and specs. Having used the 70D quite a bit, he's able to offer a great comparison, specifically noting possible issues with the wireless capabilities, but also praising the autofocus, among many other things. It's definitely worth a few watches if you're considering purchasing this camera, as Northrup also touches on the cost of the 80D compared to other cameras in a similar price range.
In the second video below, Daniel Norton with AdoramaTV quickly runs through some of the camera specs and features that Tony doesn't cover, including some comments about the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens and PZ-E1 adapter, that adds servo zoom control.
This last video is a more straight-forward look at the features of the 80D, from Canon U.S.A.’s Technical Product Trainer Jon Lorentz.