Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 100D / Rebel SL 1
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2 weeks ago
Summary: Great Starter DSL camera for the Canon system. Much more comfortable than EOS-M system to hold. Very nice for patient photos, macro intra-oral photos with a macro-flach unit attached. Surface plastic resists damage well from Cidex wipes.
Summary: Camera is great. Works wonderfully for both beginners and seasoned photographers. Very easy to learn, and takes stunning photographs. Same goes for all the lenses - great quality. Most of the other accessories are OK too - although I haven't yet had a chance to try out the dedicated flash, wireless remote shutter, or any of the filters. Hopefully they too will be good. The tripod is also very sturdy and professional. The only complaint I would have is with the bag.
Excerpt: DPReview, in its list of who would buy this camera, left out an ever expanding group: people who want to downsize the load they have. Not to over use the term, but in fact, it was the Baby Boom generation that built the DSLR camera industry. The boomers were at the place where they had plenty of disposable income at the time DSLR's became a consumer product.
Summary: Switched back to Canon after fooling around with high end Nikon and Sony products. Small and compact but not as solidly constructed. Powerful user defined programs easily accessible with touch screen or leave it in auto and forget about it. Good for a starter set or as we use it , a secondary camera, easy to carry with more power than your top of the line point and shoots. I tried Olympus mirror less for this role but overall prefer the DSLR design.