Canon EOS 700D and EOS 100D early reviews flourished as soon as the cameras were announced by the Japanese corporation with 100D being marketed as the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR. EOS 100D fits in the comforts of your palm housing the same 18-megapixel hybrid CMOS sensor found in 700D and 650D. The smallest DSLR from Canon also fits in a 3-inch capacitive LCD with multitouch capabilities.
EOS 700D is launched as an update to 650D and is nearly identical to its predecessor, but some qualities justify the connotation of update. It shares some features with 650D like the 18-megapixel hybrid CMOS sensor, Digic 5 image processor and phase-detect autofocus system. It also sports the same 1,040k-dot, 3-inch articulating LCD screen and 1080p full-HD video recording as 650D.
The differences which sets EOS 700D apart from the earlier version from Canon is the new mode dial that turns 360 degrees and ability to preview and apply creative filters as the user sees fit in movie mode. EOS 700D is priced at £619(US$933) body only and gives strong competition to the 24 million pixel Nikon D5200, which was announced at the end of 2012 according to TechRadar.
The EOS 100D sports an ISO range of 100 to 25,600, and shoots up to 4 frames-per-second (fps) in burst mode and records full-HD movies in 1080p. It also features a Digic 5 image processor, a new autofocus system, which in movie servo mode, will allow users to track subjects and focus on them continuously during video capture.
EOS 100D and 700D will be available in the US by April with 700D reigning at the top of the consumer lineup of EOS cameras. The world’s smallest and lightest DSLR, EOS 100D, is priced at £569(US$858) body only.