Canon EOS 100D Review

May 30, 2013 | Mark Goldstein |

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The Canon EOS 100D marks something of a sea change for Canon as a response to the growing popularity of Compact System Cameras (CSCs). The model slots in to the company’s EOS range of DSLRs – between the EOS 1100D and the Canon EOS 600D / EOS 700D – and bears the distinction of being both the smallest and the lightest DSLR in the world.
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Slotting into the company's EOS for beginners range, the 100D positions itself between the entry-level EOS 1100D and EOS 600D and 700D. Offering impressive features within a camera of this size suggests that cheaper DSLRs are starting to offer more to tempt people away from choosing compact system cameras. Let's find out if the Canon EOS 100D sets a new standard in the DSLR market.
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The Canon EOS Rebel SL1, or 100D as it's known outside North America, is the company's latest entry-level DSLR and the smallest and lightest model with an APS-C sensor to date. Announced in March 2013, it's arguably the successor to the entry-level EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D and undoubtedly produced in response to the growing popularity of mirror-less cameras, even though Canon now has its own mirror-less option in the form of the EOS M.
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When Canon came to update the EOS 650D DSLR it did something not entirely expected: while the inevitable EOS 700D surfaced, so too did the brand new EOS 100D, a shrunken DSLR some 25 per cent smaller and 28 per cent lighter than the DSLR.
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