Canon EOS 100D (EOS Rebel SL1)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I'm getting a new camera which will be used mainly for scenic shots, day and night, indoors and outdoors. The price of the 700d is about right and don't want to spend more than that. I'm wondering what the main improvements are with the 700d compared to the 100d. The sensor, megapixel, iso and hd video are the same on both. The 100d is around £120 cheaper at the moment. Has anyone any experience with both that they could tell me about, that may have used the cameras for similar types of...
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I am researching the purchase of a new camera. I would like more zoom capability than I have had in the past (Canon A80 (38-114mm eqv), Canon SD1000 (35-105mm eqv)). I am looking to step into an enthusiast camera with a hot shoe and a good zoom. I was originally targeting 200-250mm with a Canon SL1 (18-55 and 55-250 kit) but I really like the Canon G16 and am debating if I will be happy with 140mm. If I have to buy the 1.4x lens for the G16 to get to 196mm, then for the price I might as well...
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Has anyone else noticed that the SL1 is good at not blowing highlights, but then the pictures are lacking in the mids and darks? Here are two pics, one normal, and one with some exp comp to highlight the tree and rocks. What do you do find a better middle ground. I am thinking about getting lightroom 5 and shooting raw, unless I can get better Jpegs. If LR was free I would shoot raw. "Proper" Exposure Exp. Comp. Better tree, better rocks, but not great. -- Lets promote calm rational arguments.
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I have always purchased basic point and shoot cameras (mostly Canon) as I just wanted to turn on the camera and take a picture. I have a Canon 320HS which is very slow and takes awful pictures in low light situations (as is the case with most of the small sensor point and shoots I have owned over the years). I then went and purchased an S120. I thought it took very nice video and pretty nice pictures as well. The one area I thought was lacking was with the zoom. Sitting far from the stage at...
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I have full frame canon dslrs and glass and a surprisingly nice Canon SL1 for when I want dslr like controls and a use for my glass but want to keep it fairly light.  I recently bought a Fuji x100s and absolutely LOVE the images straight out of camera.  I either have severe G.A.S going on again or I'm honestly looking for something smallish that compliments it but has some reach.  It's wonderful enough that I don't usually mind the fixed focal length but there is a part of me that would like...
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hi, i didnt think the canon 100d had a built in spiritlevel / horizon guide but ive recently read a few posts and reviews which appears to talk about the cameras accelerometer and built in level.  Ive been through the camera and cant find the options at all - i think the other posts/reviews might have been wrong. Can anyone else please confirm.  Thanks
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I'm thinking of buying an SL1, but I've seen mixed reviews. I prefer Canon images to Nikon, but I've noticed Canon seems to be slower to focus, especially in low light conditions (and the results in low light seem to be better in nikon cameras). How does the SL1 perform? Also, I'm debating between a 18-135 STM lens or a Sigma 18-250 which is significantly cheaper (I'm looking for an all-in-one lens). According to reviews the SL1 autofocus won't perform as well with non-STM lens, does anyone...
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I need a quick opinion on which one the SL1 or T5i. Now I'm hearing that they are both about to be replaced. I think they both use the same lens but is one better than the other for just taking pics and maybe ( not usually ) but maybe short videos. Pics would be primarily landscapes, birds, sunrise, sunset, no sports. Seems the prices are coming down on both. I'm looking at either with 55-135 and 75-300 lenses, but the bundle price will determine the lenses that I get.
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Slight Twist. I have gift cards to Dell I need to use, so I'm limited based on what they have, which may be a good thing. http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/category.aspx?c=us&category_id=6057&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn Looking to spend between $500 and $1000. I tend to buy more than I really need - For some reason I feel I need the latest and greatest Cadillac version of items.  SO please talk me down into an older model/spending less based on my criteria below :) Mostly Family pictures, first...
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