I am about to make a DSLR purchase and have to choose between Canon EOS 750D and the recently introduced EOS 200D, which is available at almost the same price to me. After looking at all the specs all I decided to make a decision based on the low light performance and tracking of moving subjects.
The EOS 200D, with the dual pixel CMOS sensor boasts better subject tracking during videos. But I am only concerned about photos, where the 19 cross-type autofocus points of 750D sound better to me. Also, in low light conditions the EOS 200D features more ISO sensitivity, but having only 1 cross type autofocus point means that it would struggle more to focus the subject in low light, compared to 750D.
Can anyone tell me the practical differences between these two cameras under these conditions?