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Double cashback when you purchase $200 worth of Canon accessories (at time of camera purchase).

Offer ends 30/01/2015

The Canon EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest DSLR on the market to date. Weighing in at just 400 grams, the Canon 100D comes with plenty of features so you need not compromise efficiency for size. The well-tested 18 Megapixel APS-C sensor delivers bright and dynamic photos and HD video recording. The touchscreen makes for an intuitive control system, while the various manual shooting modes, scene options and filter effects let you get creative. Unlike the EOS M, the 100D can use existing Canon EOS lenses including the new STM series, which allow for quieter focusing during Video shooting.


 


With the EOS 100D, you don’t get weighed down by a bulky, unmanageable camera – and you don’t need to compromise on quality either. This Entry Level DLSR Camera has a compact, lightweight body, making it the perfect companion, wherever you go. With its 18MP CMOS sensor and DiG!C 5 image processor, you can capture all of life’s amazing moments, in all their glorious colour and detail. Using the camera’s seven creative filters, you can put your own unique spin on every image you create, and with the ability to capture four frames per second, you won’t miss a moment of the action. You can also check out movies and stills as you capture them using LiveView on the camera’s 3” high-resolution touch screen LCD monitor.
Available Colours No
Array 18MP
Sensor Size 22.3 x 14.9mm
ISO/Sensitivity 100-12800
Image Stabilisation No
Autofocus Points No
Lens Mount No
LCD Size 3.0"
Touchscreen Yes
Liveview Yes
Viewfinder Yes
Min Shutter Speed 30 sec
Max Shutter Speed 1/4000 sec
Built-in Flash Pop-up
Continuous Shooting Speed 4 fps
Self Timer 2 or 10 sec
Metering Centre-weighted, Multi-pattern, Spot, Partial
Video Resolution Full HD 1080
Memory Type SD, SDHC, SDXC
WiFi No
GPS No
Connectivity USB 2, mini HDMI, Wi-Fi (optional)
Battery LP-E12
Battery Type Lithium-ion
Charger Includes Li-Ion Charger
File Formats JPEG, RAW, H.264, Motion JPEG
Dimensions 117 x 91 x 69 mm
Box Contents No
Skill Level Beginner, Enthusiast
Lifestyle Uses Family/Pets/Party, Portrait, Sports, Travel/Landscape
Waterproof No
Manufacturer's Warranty 12 Months

Great compact camera! Good for a beginner, with easy to understand functions
Ms Novice , Melbourne , 23/02/2014

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I absolutely love this camera! As a novice, I am needing lots of practice, but already enjoying the superior quality of photos and ease of use. Look forward to fully utilising all the functionalities, highly recommend for a beginner and great for someone that doesn't want to lug around a heavy SLR!!

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Really love this camera
Ellen , Canberra, ACT , 13/02/2014

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After losing several "point and shoot" (compact) cameras over the years, mostly to zoom mechanism failures, I decided to upgrade to a digital SLR. CNET rated the Canon EOS 100D as the best digitial SLR under $1000, but it was still out of my price range. So I was going to go with the EOS 1100D because that was also rated well and was within my price range. But then Canon offered $150 rebate on the 100D, and while still more than I had originally wanted to pay, it seemed like a really good investment. And it was. The 100D is really fun to use, and I swear it is easier to figure out than my Panasonic Lumix compact camera was (I'm not good at reading directions, I should add). The 100D had the best response times in the comparisons CNET made with others in its class, which is one thing that drove me crazy with compact cameras. They are so slow at recovering after each shot. The image quality of the 100D is stuffing! The Automatic settings almost always makes the right choices of f-stop and shutter speed and gives me really great pictures. But the quality of this camera has motivated me to actually learn how to take better pictures by taking an on line course and just playing around with settings. So, all in all, this was indeed a really good investment!

Pros: Compact, Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes