by Sebastian Wöber | 13th June 2013
The Canon EOS 100D is Canon’s newest entry level DSLR and once again: It also shoots video. I tested the camera and took it out for a walk in the highlands of Scotland. It’s lightweight, it’s compact, it shoots video. A travel application is the logical conclusion to test this full fledged DSLR. Beautiful landscapes are a nice thing to shoot. Unfortunately the aliasing the sensor produces makes it less ideal to shoot something that has a lot of detail, like landscapes. In terms of video quality this camera is similar to the other affordable Canon DSLR’s out there. So if you’re only looking for this kind of video performance and you don’t care about functionality you will not notice a difference between this one, the new 700D, the 4 year old 7D or anything in between. You can get the Canon EOS T3i for $549 right now (was $400) which offers a very similar look.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 21st March 2013
Finally Canon updates the entry level DSLR family and this might be good news for people interested in filming with HDSLR cameras. The T5i is the successor of the very popular T4i and the new “SL1” is Canon’s smallest and lightest DSLR ever.Read more
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