March 21, 2013
Canon EOS 100D packs SLR features in a compact shell
The palm of your hand may hardly contain the elaborate SLR and DSLR shooters around. But Canon know what really matters when it comes to outdoor photography and have developed the Canon EOS 100D camera. It weighs a mere 407 grams and is 12% slimmer than the 650D. What’s great is that the camera offers great specifications within that little space that cramps everything up. It comes with an 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a Digic 5 image processor and 9 AF points, though only one cross-type at the centre. It additionally offers support for faster UHS-I SD cards means, a 3-inch capacitive touchscreen, The hybrid CMOS AF system for videographers, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 STM kit lens and some creative filters to have fun. It is plain that the camera does borrow a lot of features from the 650D.
There’s no word on the pricing or availability of the same. But knowing its affinity to attract shutterbugs who dig into SLR pleasures, we can be sure that the specifications will justify the costs.
[Via – Cnet]