New Canon EOS 100D Camera
DSLR cameras can become tricky to use at times because most of them are pretty large. This time around Canon introduces the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR to solve that problem. The gadget is called EOS 100D. The EOS M compact mirrorless camera inspired the design of this new gadget. Moreover, some of the technologies that the EOS M was equipped with were integrated into the EOS 100D, including the 18MP CMOS APS-C sensor, which is capable of recording videos at 30 FPS from ISO100-12800 to ISO6400. This technology also has continuous auto-focus.
The DIGIC 5 processors were integrated into the camera. These enable the device, when in burst mode, to capture shots of up to 4FPS. Other specifications include the 9-point auto-focus system, a 3-inch 1040k dot touchscreen LCD display, several filters in the rear and compatibility with all the Canon EOS lenses. This camera comes with an EF-S 18-55m f/3.5-5.6 IS STM kit lens that costs $799. EOS 100D will allegedly become available in April this year.