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Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR Camera 18MP FULL HD + EF-S 18-135mm IS STM
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- Create high-quality low-noise images that are packed with detail
- Shoot 18-megapixel photos and Full-HD video from the same camera
- Movie Servo AF keeps moving subjects in focus when shooting video
- Explore different shooting angles with a Vari-Angle Clear View LCD II Touch Screen
- Get shooting quickly and easily with Scene Intelligent Auto
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Step into DSLR photography and let your creativity grow. Produce superb photos and video with an 18-megapixel sensor and enjoy shooting with an easy to use Vari-angle Clear View LCD II Touch screen.
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After reading countless reviews and watching hundreds of YT videos, I chose this...and what a good choice it is proving to be! There are really only one or two competitors in this price range and I must admit that I did a fair bit of procrastinating. But, my final decision was crystal-clear. This is perhaps no longer one of the latest and greatest 'upper-entry level' DSLRs when comparing numbers alone. However, when viewed as a complete, user-friendly package, it is, in my view, still unbeatable. A few pros and cons for you...
++Probably the most user-friendly albeit complex tech I've ever owned
++Incredibly easy to use; switch it on, select full-auto, take a picture and a beautiful image will be displayed on the monitor
++Full built-in support to help and guide you with every selection and choice (switch-off the help if you wish)
++The design of the camera simply encourages you to move from full automation to full manual control in small (or large if you wish) stages
++So good to use, you'll find yourself picking it up all the time and taking more and more shots of everything from cats to carnations
++The screen, wow, so good, so intuitive, touch-sensitive, clever, you can focus and take shots with you finger if you like! 'Fully-articulated' ie flips-out and swivels, very, very useful, I can't now imagine being without it
++High-quality, silent, fast-focusing 'kit' lens
++I didn't buy this camera for its video capabilities but I can tell you that crisp 1080p video is available at the flick of a switch with decent sound from the built-in stereo microphones. You can plug an external mic in too
++Great ergonomics and build
++Good-quality bundled Canon software including a disc of photography lessons and a program to organise and edit your RAW files
++Lenses; tons of aftermarket lenses are available at reasonable prices
--I can't really think of anything at the moment. There's no wi-fi or GPS so you may want to bear that in mind. You'll need to budget for a bag, memory-card and whatever else takes your fancy
I'm thrilled with this camera and I thoroughly recommend it
Many filmmakers are opting for 4k cameras whilst most of the world are still watching in standard 1080p HD, so for me it didn't make sense to spend over £1000 on a 4k camera. I've watched some beautiful looking films that have been shot on DSLR including the 700D and it made perfect sense for me, I've shot some video already it barely needs any colour grading.
for the money this a truly excellent product i would recommend this camera to anyone
Soon as i bought it i spent the delivery time watching video after video about this camera. The main point i got from all the reviews was that this was a fantastic camera for anyone Beginners or Novices looking at getting into photography. They where right on the money. It's a brilliant camera for absolute novices like my self the auto setting will give you great picture, and its so user friendly that you dont feel like you you've slipped into the 4th dimension when flicking into manual. There's the option to have sort of tool tips so that anything you press (ISO, White balance etc) it'll let you know in easy to understand terms what it is that setting does. There's also the option to disable that aswell as you progress.
Would definitely recommend to anyone, looking at getting started with photography or even just someone who wants break the surly bonds of phone camera's