Don't compromise on quality when you travel with EOS 100D. This smart entry level DSLR boasts 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 glorious colour and detail.
Capture four frames per second for every special moment and easily put your own unique spin on every image using EOS 100D's seven creative filters.
Check out both movies and stills as you shoot using EOS 100D's LiveView mode on its three inch high resolution touch screen LCD monitor.
Capture every detail in all its glory with the camera's 18 Megapixel resolution.
Enjoy hand-held shooting in low light without using flash for stunning results.
Use special scene modes to help you capture the moment as you see it.
Gain faster and more accurate continuous focus when you use Live View mode.
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APS-C CMOS (22.3 x 14.9)
100-12800 (expandable to 25600)
EV -0.5 - 18
TTL full aperture metering with 63-zone SPC
3.0" 3:2-type with approx. 1.04 million dots
1 x SD
No / No / No / No
Full HD 30p
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