Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Camera (18MP, 18-55mm DC Lens, EF 40mm STM) Clear View LCD
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- 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
- The compact pancake EF 40mm f/2.8 STM is very thin, so you'll always be able to take your DSLR with you.
- Fast, accurate autofocusing ensures pin-sharp images even in tough conditions. Movie Servo AF with STM uses stepping-motor technology for smooth, quiet autofocus when filming on compatible Canon DSLRs.
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A small and responsive DSLR to take everywhere. The 18-megapixel EOS 100D delivers superb photos and video and features an optical viewfinder and intuitive touchscreen screen controls.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've had this camera for a week now and feel compelled to write a quick review because it's deep down fab!. I've used it mainly with the 55-250 lens but I also have the 10-18 and 18-55. I've also used the 10-18 for some interior shots.
I don't shoot video. If you primarily shoot video you probably won't buy this camera.
If you shoot stills then this camera does almost everything most more expensive cameras can do. In my view its better than a similar size Nikon because Canon have a range of inexpensive and sharp lenses that cover all focal lengths from 10mm at the wide end to 250mm. Nikon have lenses that cover approximately this range too but they cost and weigh more. You can get this body and three zoom lenses for around £700. If you have Nikon lenses and no Canon lenses buy a Nikon. If you're starting out buy this.
It's better than mirrorless because it has simple controls that are easy to use and because you can buy sharp lenses for less money.Read more ›
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 a bulk of professional features.
There are three versions of this kit on offer - the camera body on its own, 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 serves it's purpose for general photography, but that is about it. It's a decent option if you're just getting into photography, but if you already have experience, then look elsewhere.
The 100D itself has 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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a very reasonable priced camera for what it can do. the instruction booklet you get with it is very easy to understand. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
I was advised that the order of importance for getting a good photograph was 1. The "eye", that is the photographer; 2. The glass that is the lens; 3. The camera. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Dr. J. Bestley
Love this camera, it's small but chunky and so well made, feels like better rubber and materials the most expensive models in my opinion.Published 24 days ago by PERKS
Bought this to replace my ancient 1000D . Was thinking between this one and EOS 1300D as price was similar but 1300D has Wi-Fi option, but when for 100D as it has much better... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Igor M.
Arrived promptly and is perfect for my daughter - lovely and light to handle with all the features she wants and more!Published 1 month ago by Lis
I bought this camera not of Amazon but I did what it said to get started and it straight away came up with err 20 which is a mechanical malfunction and from what I've read there's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by yankee
Great camera, really good for a starting camera getting into photography!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer