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Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Camera - (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens,18MP, CMOS Sensor) 3 inch LCD

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EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens
  • 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

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Style Name: EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens
  • Item Weight: 372 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.3 Kg
  • Item model number: 8576B021AA
  • ASIN: B00BYOY9EO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Mar. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,372 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Canon

EOS 100D

A DSLR you'll never want to leave behind
The EOS 100D featuring the super compact EF 40mm f/2.8 STM lens
The EOS 100D featuring the super compact EF 40mm f/2.8 STM lens
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The EOS 100D is a fully-featured, responsive DSLR that is also small and light enough to take everywhere. The ideal camera to document your lifestyle. Shoot 18-megapixel photos and Full HD movies everywhere you go and enjoy great performance even in poor light: a maximum ISO sensitivity of 12800 (extendable to ISO 25600) allows you to shoot images that are low in noise but full of atmosphere.

Key Features:
  • High-quality low-noise photography with a highly compact, take- everywhere DSLR
  • Shoot 18-megapixel photos and Full-HD video with the same camera
  • Quick to use, with an optical viewfinder and responsive controls
  • Easy to use, large touch-screen
  • Get shooting quickly and easily with Scene Intelligent Auto
  • Continuous Hybrid AF II keeps moving subjects in focus when shooting video
  • Create video-clip sequences in camera
  • Give your images a unique look with Creative filter effects
  • Learn about the camera with a built-in Feature Guide
  • Explore the EOS System of lenses and accessories
A DSLR you'll never want to leave behind
A DSLR you'll never want to leave behind
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Easy and enjoyable to use

Compose your photos using a bright, responsive optical viewfinder or use the 1,040,000-dot 7.7cm (3.0") 3:2 Clear View II TFT Touch screen to control the camera. Navigate menus, review pictures and even focus and shoot by tapping, swiping and pinching.

Capture Full HD movies

Shoot high-quality video at resolutions up to Full-HD (1080p). Take control of exposure, focusing, sound and more, or use the Video Snapshot mode to capture edited movie sequences in-camera. Hybrid CMOS AF II provides continuous focusing while shooting, ideal for keeping moving subjects sharp.

The most appropriate cameras settings automatically
The most appropriate cameras settings automatically
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Simple operation – fantastic results

Canon's Scene Intelligent Auto technology analyses the scene and sets the most appropriate cameras settings automatically. And as your photography develops a built-in Feature Guide will teach you how to get the most from the camera.

Capture the action
Capture the action
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Capture the action

Track and shoot fast moving subjects at 4 fps and take advantage of nine AF points to focus swiftly and accurately, even with off-centre subjects.

Express your creativity, choose from a wide range of effects
Express your creativity, choose from a wide range of effects
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Taking your next creative steps

Express your creative side with one of the EOS 100D's Creative filters. Extra Effect Shot captures a filtered and unfiltered shot simultaneously. Choose from Grainy Black & White, Toy Camera, Miniature Effect and more, and preview the effect of each filter before you shoot.

A mode for whatever you are shooting

Theme-based Scene modes automatically choose the right camera settings for the subject you're shooting. Choose from Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Kids, Food and more. And when you're ready, progress to Creative Auto mode for more control over factors like background blur, via an intuitive interface.

Welcome to the EOS System

Take advantage of the extensive range of lenses, accessories and flashes that make up the EOS System.

EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
The ideal standard lens for those starting out in DSLR photo and video

Key features:
  • Versatile zoom range – great for landscapes, portraits and travel
  • Compact lightweight design
  • Avoid camera shake with a four-stop optical Image Stabilizer
  • STM Motor gives smooth, near-silent focusing when shooting video
  • 0.25m close focusing distance
  • Resistant to flare and ghosting
  • Easy to use with filters
  • Simple manual-focus adjustment
  • Smooth out-of-focus backgrounds

An ideal first step into the DSLR world

Tackle a range of subjects, from landscapes to portraits and action, with a versatile 18-55mm zoom range. Lightweight construction makes this a great everyday lens.

Increased sharpness with four-stop Image Stabilizer

An optical Image Stabilizer reduces the risk of camera shake, enabling hand-held photography in low-light conditions without flash. Use shutter speeds up to four stops longer than normal without blur from camera movement.

Quiet, smooth focusing in movies

STM Motor technology provides near-silent focusing to leave your video soundtrack uninterrupted by noise, and adjusts smoothly and precisely as you shoot.

Designed for great photography
Designed for great photography
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Designed for great photograph

Focus on small subjects, with a closest focusing distance of just 0.25m. A non-rotating front element makes using filters straight forward, and a manual focus ring enables manual override of focusing at any time.

Great image quality, whatever the subject

A Super Spectra Coating is used to reduce flare and improve sharpness, while a seven-bladed aperture provides smooth out-of-focus highlights for a more natural look and feel.

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From dpreview.com:

Canon has long hinted that another path to competing with mirrorless entries from Nikon, Sony, Olympus and Panasonic lay in the miniaturization of its familiar SLR design. With the announcement of the EOS 100D, Canon has laid its cards on the table. Billed as 'the world's smallest, lightest APS-C DSLR', the EOS 100D unabashedly merges the Rebel-series' DSLR operational hallmarks with an impressively small body.

Thanks to a downsizing of internal components that has resulted in a smaller shutter mechanism, thinner sensor module and smaller-footprint circuit board, the Rebel SL1 is significantly smaller and lighter than the co-announced Rebel T5i, while offering the same 18MP resolution, DIGIC 5 processor and, presumably image quality. The Rebel SL1 is, in fact, comfortably the smallest DSLR we've yet seen, and not so far off 'SLR-style' mirrorless models such as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5.

As attention-grabbing as the Rebel SL1's small footprint undoubtedly is, what's equally impressive is that Canon has been able to retain most of the controls and features typically found on a Rebel-series camera. A front dial and dedicated ISO, exposure compensation and AF/AE lock buttons are among the controls that will be familiar to any Canon DSLR user. Its touchscreen is identical in resolution to that on the T4i and T5i, but is fixed, rather than articulated.

The Rebel SL1 introduces version two of Canon's Hybrid CMOS AF system, originally seen in the Rebel T4i. While Canon is making no claims about focus speed improvements of its hybrid phase/contrast detect system, the new version covers a significantly greater portion of the live view area (80% of the area). This should make it a significantly more useful option than the version found on the EOS M and T4i.

Canon EOS 100D key specifications

  •     Small form factor DSLR weighing 400g/14oz.
  •     18MP APS-C sensor with 14-bit DIGIC 5 processor
  •     'Hybrid CMOS AF II' system with 80% frame coverage
  •     Continuous autofocus in movie mode with subject tracking
  •     ISO 100-12800 (expandable to ISO 25600)
  •     4 fps continuous shooting
  •     1080/30p video recorDing, monaural microphone (stereo input jack)
  •     3-inch fixed capacitive touch-screen (same as EOS M)
  •     9 point AF (central sensor is cross-type)
  •     'Creative Filters' image-processing controls, previewed live on-screen


The EOS 100D achieves its notable size reduction without sacrificing much in the way of external control compared to the Rebel T5i. On the SL1 the button at the center of the 4-way controller does double-duty as both the Q menu and Set button, and the surrounding buttons have lost their dedicated functions. The SL1 has a lower capacity flash, with a guide number of 9m (versus 13mm on the 650D) and houses a mono versus stereo microphone, though it does retain a stereo mic input. And while the handgrip is not as deep as the one on its larger sibling, the SL1 still provides a distinctly DSLR handling experience.
Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens

Introduced alongside the EOS EOS 100D was the EF-S 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 IS STM lens. This is the standard kit zoom for the SL1 and brings the total number of EF-S STM lenses to three, with a 40mm pancake and 18-135mm (both shown below) also on offer. Canon's STM lenses are designed to take full advantage of the Hybrid AF system found in the Rebel T4i, T5i and SL1. They offer quiet autofocus, helpful when shooting video, and full time manual focus. The 18-55mm lens has a close focusing distance of 0.25m and a circular seven-bladed aperture. An internal focusing motor means the lens does not extend while turning the focus ring.

The STM focus motor is extremely quiet and, when using the optical viewfinder, impressively fast, offering a noticeable improvement over its predecessor. But switch the camera to live view and, just like the 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM, it slows down significantly. This is unfortunate - Canon's live view AF system still distinctly lags behind the competition.

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139 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Nov. 2013
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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 the original version had a very cheap feel to it. Although this latest design still has a full plastic body and mount, it genuinely feels a little more rugged and has the added bonus of a manual focus ring, so it's much easier to get creative when shooting. Pay a little more, and you also get the indispensable `IS' for handheld portraits at lower shutter speeds, and the decent `STM' for video recording.

Optically, the 18-55mm lens is unproblematic and will serve its purpose for outdoors.

Moving onto the 100D itself, there are a range of interesting design choices that set it apart. Is there anything more to say about its form? This thing is light, and it never feels like any corners have been cut.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By mssmith1 VINE VOICE on 23 April 2014
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As an enthusiastic amateur, I've long been searching for a decent second camera for when I don't want to take my big DSLR and heavy lenses out. Having been disappointed with the canon s95 (not impressive at all) and Fuji x10 (great in good light, terrible in bad light), I picked up an official canon refurb 100d.

I have been absolutely blown away by this camera. Paired with either the 40mm f2.8 pancake lens, or my 50mm f1.4, it is amazing. The low light performance is brilliant, and shooting at iso 3200 gives almost noise free images. I'd go as far as to say that in low light, it's as good as my full frame 5D2. Yes, the frame rate is not quite as fast, there's no weather proofing and the controls are not quite as good as on the higher end models, but (and this is a big but) - it is so compact you will want to take it everywhere.

Critically for me, it feels and operates like a DSLR should - the viewfinder is brilliant (which is a key reason I haven't embraced mirrorless CSC technology), and the touch screen makes function selection very fast. Battery life is very good, and using SD cards means storage is much cheaper than the compact flash that my 5D2 took.

The images I captured with the 100d were indistinguishable from my 5D shots (not just to me, but to at least 5 other photographers I showed them to), and the experience of living with a camera this small is just fabulous.

As an entry into the world of DSLRs, this would be a great purchase. Well specced and easy to use. As a second camera body, you'll have gathered from my review, it's so good that it is becoming my only camera body.

Highly recommended.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Gerald S. McLaughlin on 10 Feb. 2014
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The Canon EOS100D is a very nice, very small DSLR. I also own an EOS7 which costs nearly three times as much, and the results from the 100D are evry bit as good. There small size takes a bit of getting used to, but once you put a lens on it, there is plenty to get hold of. I know from experience that it can be quite uncomfortable carrying a heavy camera around all day, and the lightness of the 100D is very welcome in this respect. Despite being light, it feels very robust and well made and the polycarbonate case feels almost the same as Canon's more expensive magnesium bodied cameras.
there are two things I don't like. Firstly, the camera is a bit patronising! Every time you change a setting it explains what the new setting is used for, as if you know nothing about cameras. This is a waste of time. Perhaps you can turn it off, but I haven't looked at the DVD handbook, so I'm not sure. There is a small but quite comprehensive instruction book as well as a DVD so you don't need to use the DVD unless you really want to know everything about the camera.
The other thing I don't like is the batty case cover. It feels flimsy, so you would need to be careful when using it. Cards are also accessed using this cover. So you will be opening it quite often. A shame really because it spoils an otherwise quality product, and is the reason why I have only awarded four stars. It's not a major problem however, so don't be put off by this.
The shutter allows 4 frames per second. I thought I might find this a bit slow compared to my EOS7 but it's fine and in fact I have difficulty just taking one shot when it's set to multi- shoot.
To summarise- an excellent camera, particularly for someone with small hands and also a worthwhile buy as a second camera when you want something a bit compact without sacrificing quality
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