Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 1100D / Rebel T3 / Kiss X50
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Canon EOS 1100D (Rebel T3) Review
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10 March 2011
Summary: Gone are the days when entry-level modes were just a few hundred pounds. The Canon EOS 1100D (Rebel T3) will be £500 in the UK or $600 in the USA upon its launch. This will likely slide over time to be on a par with the Nikon D3100 ‘s current £450 price tag and, although there are some cheaper...
Pros: Fast AF for entry-level model, good image quality
Cons: Build quality (plastic finish), slow live view focusing
Summary: The EOS 1100D / T3 is a great entry-level DSLR camera that's well-suited to its beginner target audience. The combination of proven metering, auto-focus and processing systems with a sensible 12 megapixel sensor and simplified control layout is a winning one.
Conclusion: Out of the four main budget/entry DSLRs on the market - also including the Sony Alpha 390 , Pentax K-x and Nikon D3100 - the Canon 1100D comes good right across the board. And that’s something that each of its competitors lacks to quite the same degree.
Pros: Image quality, autofocus performance (at this entry level)
Cons: Softness and quality issues from kit lens, plasticy build, sluggish live view
Summary: EOS 1100D har en oppløsning på 12,2 megapiksler og muligheter for videoopptak i HD-kvalitet med 25 bilder i sekundet. Det er ni fokuspunkter, og ergonomien er forbedret med et dypere grep. Det er kjekt at alle knapper må betjenes med høyre hånd, så man ikke behøver å ta kameraet fra øyet.