Canon EOS 700D and EOS 100D come to light
Canon’s EOS cameras feel like old friends now, so we’re hoping to be invited to the Christening of its new family members – the EOS 100D and the EOS 700D.
The 700D is Canon’s new EOS flagship – a camera the company claims is its most advanced consumer EOS to date – while the diminutive 100D (the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR ever made, pictured top) is staking out its territory in the entry level bracket.
At a glance specs reveal an 18MP CMOS sensor apiece, plus nine-point autofocus, 5fps burst shooting and full HD video, but the superior components and performance of the EOS 700D lend it a price premium of £620 over the 100D’s more modest £570 when the pair become available in late April.
A new kit lens – the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM, £240 – will arrive at the same time.