Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Camera – (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens,18MP, CMOS Sensor) 3 inch LCD

May 5, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Create superb 18 megapixel images with a fully-featured, responsive DSLR that’s small enough to take everywhere Easy to use: Scene Intelligent Auto analyses the conditions and picks the optimal camera settings Compose using an optical viewfinder or a large Clear View LCD II Touch screen Continuous focusing when shooting Full-HD movies with Hybrid

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Product Features

  • Create superb 18 megapixel images with a fully-featured, responsive DSLR that’s small enough to take everywhere
  • Easy to use: Scene Intelligent Auto analyses the conditions and picks the optimal camera settings
  • Compose using an optical viewfinder or a large Clear View LCD II Touch screen
  • Continuous focusing when shooting Full-HD movies with Hybrid CMOS AF II. Create edited clip sequences in camera using Video Snapshot
  • Be artistic with Creative filters. Extra Effect Shot captures a filtered and unfiltered shot simultaneously

Comments

Picard says:

A little piece of magic If you’re an amateur photographer or hobbyist that that has previously owned a DSLR, then you’ll surely appreciate the fatigue that comes with carrying it around. For such expensive devices, there is quite an imbalance between performance and practicality.So when Canon introduced the EOS 100D – “the worlds smallest and lightest DSLR” you may be asking what this product compromises on. There are afterall a whole range of EOS cameras that dwarf the 100D, and are often more striking when it comes down to design.The only way to summarise this camera is that it’s for people wanting full DSLR functionality without the full bulk of professional features.There are three versions of this kit on offer – the camera body on its own (as per the usual), another with the EF 18-55mm kit lens, and a third that has the former lens but with built-in Image Stabilisation (IS) and a Stepper Motor (STM).Canon’s new 18-55mm lens is a smart revision, because…

mssmith1 "mssmith1" says:

Stunning – selling my 5d2 as a result As an enthusiastic amateur, I’ve long been searching for a decent second camera for when I don’t want to take my big DSLR and heavy lenses out. Having been disappointed with the canon s95 (not impressive at all) and Fuji x10 (great in good light, terrible in bad light), I picked up an official canon refurb 100d.I have been absolutely blown away by this camera. Paired with either the 40mm f2.8 pancake lens, or my 50mm f1.4, it is amazing. The low light performance is brilliant, and shooting at iso 3200 gives almost noise free images. I’d go as far as to say that in low light, it’s as good as my full frame 5D2. Yes, the frame rate is not quite as fast, there’s no weather proofing and the controls are not quite as good as on the higher end models, but (and this is a big but) – it is so compact you will want to take it everywhere.Critically for me, it feels and operates like a DSLR should – the viewfinder is brilliant (which is a key reason I haven’t embraced…

Gerald S. McLaughlin "GerryMcL" says:

Excellent small camera The Canon EOS100D is a very nice, very small DSLR. I also own an EOS7 which costs nearly three times as much, and the results from the 100D are evry bit as good. There small size takes a bit of getting used to, but once you put a lens on it, there is plenty to get hold of. I know from experience that it can be quite uncomfortable carrying a heavy camera around all day, and the lightness of the 100D is very welcome in this respect. Despite being light, it feels very robust and well made and the polycarbonate case feels almost the same as Canon’s more expensive magnesium bodied cameras.there are two things I don’t like. Firstly, the camera is a bit patronising! Every time you change a setting it explains what the new setting is used for, as if you know nothing about cameras. This is a waste of time. Perhaps you can turn it off, but I haven’t looked at the DVD handbook, so I’m not sure. There is a small but quite comprehensive instruction book as well as a DVD so you don’t need to…

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