Canon EOS 100D
Canon EOS 100D
The brand new EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR yet produced and has been developed with aspiring enthusiast photographers firmly in mind. There’s a simplistic in-camera feature guide, plus an impressive touchscreen while the picture quality in both still and HD video is second to none. Compatibility with a wide variety of lenses should make it a sure-fire hit.
Key features: 18.0 megapixels, Vari-angle LCD touchscreen, Full HD movies, Creative Filters, built-in feature guide.
Perfect for: Any first-time DSLR photographer in need of a cracking camera thanks to its easy to use features and surprisingly beefy specification.
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