The EOS 100D is the world’s smallest and lightest digital SLR. It’s only slightly bigger than the mirrorless EOS M, and it’s significantly smaller than the standard entry-level-size EOS 700D. If you’re looking for an almost-fully-functional digital SLR that’s extremely portable, the EOS 100D ticks all the boxes.
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The black EOS 100D (Kiss X7, Rebel SL1) DSLR Camera from Canon is a lightweight APS-C format digital SLR camera with an 18MP CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 5 image processor. The EOS SL1 provides sharp details, accurate colors and low-noise imaging in compact form factor with easy to use interface. A 9-point autofocus system provides fast focusing when shooting with the viewfinder and Hybrid CMOS AF II increases autofocus speed and accuracy when shooting in Live View. The Rebel SL1 can continuously shoot up to 4 fps and its wide ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable to 25600) allows for confident shooting in bright and low light situations. A 3.0" Clear View II touchscreen LCD with 1,040k-dot resolution provides composition and playback viewing. Its intuitive touchscreen operation includes multi-touch operation with direct access to functions for settings changes and Touch Autofocus. Smudge-resistant coating keeps the monitor clear, even in bright sunlight. An optical viewfinder with 0.87x magnification is also available for stable eye-level composition. Full HD 1080p at 30 fps and 24 fps is supported with Movie Servo for continuous autofocus during shooting. Manual exposure is provided in video mode and 60 fps is possible when shooting at 720p HD. A built-in mono microphone with manual audio level adjustment is provided, and Video Snapshot with editing is supported.
The Canon EOS 100D (called the Digital Rebel SL1 in North America) is the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR ever made. The 18 megapixel 100D / SL1 offers a 'Hybrid CMOS AF II' system with 80% frame coverage, a 3” ClearView II capacitive touchscreen LCD screen, a 63-zone metering sensor, 9 AF points, standard ISO settings of 100-12800 (expandable to 25600), DIGIC 5 processor and 4fps continuous shooting. The 100D's video mode offers 1080p Full HD recording at 24/25/30fps and 720p HD capture at either 50 or 60fps, with full manual control over exposure and gain. The Canon EOS 100D is available body-only for £579.99 / €739.99 / $649.99
The new EOS 100D / Digital Rebel SL1 is the smallest DSLR camera that Canon have ever made. Measuring 116.8 x 90.7 x 69.4mm and weighing just 407g, it sits between the EOS M compact system camera and the EOS 700D in both size and price. Despite its tiny dimensions, the control layout will be instantly familiar to anyone who's used a mid-range Canon DSLR before, commendably offering most of the external controls that the previous generation EOS 650D offered.
The main attraction of the EOS 100D will also be viewed as its main drawback by some potential users - shrinking the overall package has inevitably led to some compromises in terms of the ergonomics, most notably the handgrip. We could only fit a couple of our average-sized fingers around the grip, with a little finger supporting the base of the camera, which doesn't offer as much support as usual. This is fine when the EOS 100D is fitted with a small lens like the EF 40mm pancake that we had in for testing, but is insufficient for some of the bigger and heavier EF lenses. Still, at least the camera is compatible with Canon's vast range of EF-S and EF lenses - you're definitely spoilt for choice in this regard.
In terms of build quality, the Canon EOS 100D / SL1 certainly feels solid enough for a consumer-grade DSLR, although as you'd perhaps expect not in the same league as the semi-professional EOS 60D and 7D models. Like all of Canon's APS-C digital SLR cameras, the EOS 100D / SL1 is compatible with the manufacturer's entire line-up of lenses, including both EF and EF-S glass. When changing lenses, EF lenses need to be aligned with the red dot on the lens mount, whereas EF-S lenses must be aligned with the white square.
The 1,040,000-dot resolution of the rear LCD panel is identical in resolution to the 650D's display. The screen has an aspect ratio of 3:2 - i.e. identical to that of the sensor - so the photos fill the screen completely, with no black stripes along the top and bottom. Unlike the 650D, though, the screen is fixed in place rather than articulated, so you can't tilt it to the side.