Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR Camera – (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens, 18MP, CMOS Sensor) 3 inch LCD

November 25, 2014 - Comment

Product Features Create detailed, low-noise 18 megapixel images that can be printed at high resolution and cropped without losing quality Capture Full-HD movies with creative control and Hybrid CMOS AF that focuses continuously as you shoot Explore new shooting angles and control the camera with a 7.7cm Vari-angle Clear View LCD II Touch screen Get

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Product Features

  • Create detailed, low-noise 18 megapixel images that can be printed at high resolution and cropped without losing quality
  • Capture Full-HD movies with creative control and Hybrid CMOS AF that focuses continuously as you shoot
  • Explore new shooting angles and control the camera with a 7.7cm Vari-angle Clear View LCD II Touch screen
  • Get shooting quickly and easily with Scene Intelligent Auto, and expand your horizons with Creative shooting modes
  • Shoot low-noise images in poor light using ISO 100-12800 sensitivity (extends to ISO 25600)

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Comments

Karrade says:

Great camera Very Impressed so far with this camera. I upgraded from the old 400d that I have had for quite a few years and the quality leap in the photographs produced is very good indeed. The touch screen interface is brilliantly thought out and intuitive, within minutes I was changing apertures and shutter speeds with a swipe of a finger. The kit lens is far better quality than the one I received when I originally purchased the 400D and is in fact a very useable product. All my accessories from my old EOS camera fit and work fine with the new body (lenses, flashes etc) but the battery is different so I can’t keep my old battery as a spare and the memory card system has changed from the old compact flash system to the more popular SD standard. The camera does not come with an SD card so make sure you order one otherwise you’l have a camera with no way of storing any photographs. I purchased a reasonably priced average 32gb card off amazon for about a tenner and it is fast enough and big enough…

UK Couple says:

Ideal for amateur or pro alike! Having only ever used bog standard ‘instant’ cameras in the past I was a bit nervous to try a ‘professional’ level camera kit, but I needn’t have been as this camera has made the switch easy. For anyone like me who has only a basic grasp of camera there is an Auto mode which just like on an instant camera does everything for you, you can still just point and click. This is great for while you slowly learn how to use the pro features, and there are a lot of them on this camera! Having a viewfinder again is great as so many compact cameras lack them these days. The LCD screen tilts and swivels and is touch sensitive enabling you to touch exactly what you want to focus on, and even shoot the picture by touch. The whole camera and lens feels very sturdy and well made, and, for what it is, pretty light too, though it is obviously heavier than the compact instant camera I’m used to. Pictures are bright and crisp, and video is great, and the Auto Focus and Image Stabilisation do a…

Sanjay says:

Canon 700D DSLR When buying an entry-level DSLR, there are many brands to choose from; Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax. However there are 2 things to consider. Once you “buy into” a brand, you generally are stuck with them due to the compatibility of lenses, flashes etc. Secondly are you going to progress beyond that level? Arguably only Canon & Nikon cover the higher ends of the market. Sony represents exceptional value at the entry level but perhaps offers less at the pro-amateur level?Personally I have concerns about the quality of some of the Canon products. My 17-85 IS lens failed me after only a couple of years.This camera is a perfect replacement & upgrade for my old Canon 350d which has served me well for over 7 years. I also have a 40D which is much heavier but offers faster shot rate, more pixels, expanded ISO range etc.The 700D is the latest in the “amateur” Canon DSLR range. The reduced sensor cameras go something like this; 1100D, 100D, 700D, 70D & 7D. After…

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