Canon EOS 100D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm III Lens – Black (18MP, CMOS Sensor) 3 inch Touch Screen LCD

November 25, 2014 - 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

Mr. R. D. Turner says:

A worthy upgrade from an older D-SLR I have been using digital SLR cameras for about 12 years. Up until recently I used mainly Nikon as that was what I used with film but this time I decided to give the Canon a go. The main reason for this was size. This EOS100D is tiny compared to the competition but very well featured. I did wonder how much of an upgrade it would be from my Nikon D3100 but the following features are all very usable:1. Low light. This thing takes awesome pictures in almost darkness. Even at ISO 6400 photos come out saturated and detailed. It is frankly amazing.2. Focus speed. Lots of focus points that always seem to grab focus.3. ISO button for quick change of ISO4. Touchscreen that works like an iPhone. Swipe and zoom is just the same and not like early rubbish touch screen.5. Buttons for when you don’t want to use a touchscreen!Picture quality is superb and the 18MP is far more than I need for family and holiday snaps. The x factor that this camera has…

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…

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