An entry-level DLSR offering 24.2-megapixel resolution, fast Hybrid CMOS AF III focusing and embedded Wi-Fi with NFC.
Nikon’s latest consumer DSLR is a very modest, and largely snapshooter-related, update to the previous model.
Nikon’s latest entry-level DSLR has the company’s newest image processor, which supports faster burst speeds, higher sensitivity and improved movie modes.
Canon brings higher resolution for both still pictures and movie clips to its entry-level DSLR camera.
Canon’s EOS 100D has created a lot of interest since it was announced on 21 March. We published a detailed ‘First Look’ at the key features of the EOS 100D on the day of the announcement but were unable to conduct any performance tests. Having received a production-standard camera, we are now able to apply our full suite of tests and report upon them in this review.
Announced in mid-March, the EOS 700D replaces the EOS 650D and is positioned at the top of Canon’s entry-level DSLR line-up, beside its lightweight sibling, the EOS 100D, which shares the same image sensor and processor. It’s a relatively minor update to an already successful model so it’s no surprise to find the image sensor and processor chips haven’t changed, which means the same image quality should be delivered.
A new 18-megapixel DSLR with a compact, lightweight body plus the versatility and functionality of EOS cameras.
Nikon’s latest entry-level DSLR adds support for Full HD movie recording, optional Wi-Fi connectivity and provides higher sensor and monitor resolution.
An affordable DSLR camera with user-adjustable controls and special functions to appeal to creative photo enthusiasts.
A new flagship model in Canon’s entry-level DSLR line-up offers improved autofocusing plus new functions that make it easier to obtain good photos and movies.