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Canon EOS 100D / Rebel SL 1

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Canon EOS Rebel SL1 review

11 April 2014
  • Pros: Quality Canon 18MP stills, Good 1080/30p videos, Very fast, accurate focusing
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Canon EOS Rebel SL1

15 February 2014
  • Summary: It is packed with preset creative functions, including Scene Intelligent Auto Mode that detects faces, colors, brightness, movement and more, and automatically picks an appropriate exposure mode. New Scene modes for use during live shooting include Kids, Food and Candlelight. More experienced photographers can use the full set of manual and semi-auto modes. The SL1 has both USB and HDMI ports, and you can use Eye-Fi memory cards for wireless connectivity.
  • Pros: Small body, Light weight, High image quality, Touch screen
  • Cons: Uncomfortable for large hands
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Overall 10

Canon EOS Rebel SL1 Review

28 October 2013
  • Excerpt: The Canon Rebel SL1 camera is the smallest DSLR model ever produced, but Canon still has created a model that compares favorably to larger DSLR cameras with plenty of advanced features.
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Canon EOS Digital Rebel SL1

Steve's Digicams
23 September 2013
  • Excerpt: In March of this year (2013), Canon announced the word's smallest and lightest DSLR * , the EOS Digital Rebel SL1. Twenty five percent smaller and twenty eight percent lighter than the EOS Rebel T4i , the SL1 boasts many of the same features from the T4i (and the new T5i) save for slower speed capabilities and no vari-angle LCD display.
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Overall 8

Canon EOS Rebel SL1

PC Magazine
8 September 2013
  • Conclusion: Canon's high-performing EOS Rebel SL1 is the tiniest digital SLR you can put your hands on, but it may be too small for some hands.
  • Pros: Compact design. Touch screen. Quick to start and focus. 4fps continuous shooting. Smooth live view focus experience. Microphone input. Good high ISO performance.
  • Cons: Limited Raw burst shooting. Pentamirror viewfinder. Fixed rear LCD. May be too small for some hands.
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Canon EOS Rebel SL1

6 September 2013
  • Excerpt: Canon's high-performing EOS Rebel SL1 is the tiniest digital SLR you can put your hands on, but it may be too small for some hands.
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Camera Test: Canon EOS Rebel SL1 DSLR

Pop Photo
2 September 2013
  • Summary: It’s not easy to compare the EOS Rebel SL1 to other cameras. While the Lumix GH3 is ever so slightly larger, most ILCs—especially those that seek to mimic the rangefinder style—are actually smaller. Furthermore, their native lenses are often also smaller.
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20 August 2013
  • Excerpt: The Canon EOS 100D is the world’s smallest and lightest APS-C Digital SLR. As a reflex camera, it offers a very high level of performance, and it is compatible with the accessories and lenses of the EOS family, even though some of the lenses will look big when attached to this tiny model. The miniaturised body will appeal to those looking for a small, lightweight and portable camera that still affords the user the controls needed for creative photography.
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Overall 7

Canon EOS 100D Review

24 July 2013
  • Summary: The Canon EOS 100D is a good camera and offers all the goodies expected out of a Canon DSLR. Image quality is good and the STM lens ensures that there is fairly little AF motor noise while recording videos. Considering it houses a standard APS-C sensor, the camera is compatible with all EF and EF-S lenses. The 100D has everything going for it except its cost. At an official pricing of Rs. 53,995 with the 18-55mm STM kit lens (Rs.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

DP Review
24 July 2013
  • Summary: The Canon EOS Rebel SL1 / 100D is an ideal camera for consumer users looking for better image quality, with improved Live View and movie-mode autofocus in a small body. Its touchscreen interface offers a modern set of digital controls in a camera that will still feel familiar to more traditional SLR users.
  • Pros: Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands, High ISO shots are quite usable, even above ISO 6400, Excellent LCD and responsive touchscreen, Special coating minimizes fingerprint smudges from touchscreen use, Hybrid AF II / STM lens combo is noticeably improved for live view and movie shooting, Useful night modes, Chromatic aberration correction works well, Stereo mic jack, Full HD video recording
  • Cons: May be too small for those with larger hands, Grip may be insufficient for use with larger lenses, AF illuminator integrated into flash (must have flash engaged to use it), Flash produces red-eye in Night portrait mode, Non-STM lenses struggle in live view and in movie servo AF, Default dynamic range lags behind its peers
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