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Canon EOS 100D

posted Mar 24, 2013, 9:25 PM by PURE engineering   [ updated Mar 24, 2013, 9:37 PM by Pure Engineering ]

Canon unveils the ultra-compact EOS 100D. The world’s smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR camera , the all-new EOS 100D offers both quality specifications and fun creative features for those who like to think big, but travel light. 

The EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR in the world , making it compact enough to take everywhere so you can capture adventures in stunning quality. Measuring just 116.8 x 90.7 x 69.4mm and weighing only 407g, the incredibly lightweight and compact body also features a bright Optical Viewfinder – giving users the full, responsive experience of a DSLR in a compact form. The EOS 100D also features a large 7.7cm (3.0”) ClearView II Capacitive Touch screen – making it easy to adjust settings and instantly review shots after capture – valued by people on the go.

At the heart of the EOS 100D is a brand-new 18 MP APS-C Hybrid CMOS AF II Sensor, which combines with the power of the DiG!C 5 image processor to deliver stunning results in virtually any situation. The new sensor uses phase detection pixels spread across 80 per cent of the sensor’s imaging surface to provide increased AF speed and tracking performance when the camera is in live view or when capturing Full-HD movies. Capable of shooting at speeds of up to 4fps, the EOS 100D is equally comfortable with fast paced action on holidays as it is with special moments with family and friends.

Unique to the new EOS 100D is the in-camera cropping feature, which allows users to crop images to their liking without the need of a laptop or computer – making it simple for users to create their perfect shot while on the go. Users can crop an image at the angle and aspect ratio of their choice while viewing the image on the camera’s LCD display, with the new image saved as a separate file. With the camera’s 18 megapixel CMOS sensor, cropped images will remain crisp and clear, preserving the rich detail of the original image.
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