Canon EOS 100D (EOS Rebel SL1)
Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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My wife has a 100D and I have a 400L. When she puts my lens on her camera, the screen doesn't show any information such as shutter speed/aperture, exposure compensation and the like so she has to change those settings in the viewfinder. This isn't the case with any other lens she has - 18-200 or 70-200, only with the 400L. Can anyone shed any light on whether this is expected behaviour or otherwise?
Hey, Canon folks, I need your wisdom. I am setting up a photo booth and photo booth software pretty much only works with Canons, but I am a Sony shooter. I have looked at the DP reviews and they are very in depth as always--too much so really. I just need to know which of the mentioned camera produces the best jpegs. The conclusions on the reviews have the little green bar that goes from poor to excellent, but I don't know if comparing the length of ittle green bars from cameras from...
I'm getting my first DSLR camera with the Canon SL1. From what I've researched, I want the 55-250mm lens, so I purchased that. Now I'm looking at a Canon SL1 that is "body only" as it is much cheaper than the one with the 18-55mm lens included - would it work fine for me to get the "body only" of the Canon SL1 and then attach the 55-250mm lens to that? Or do I first need to have the 18-55mm in order to also have the 55-250mm? (like the 55-250mm goes on top of the 18-55mm? I'm completely new...
Im a newbie and recently bought a canon rebel eos rebel sl1 camera. Im interested in purcharsing a wide angle lens at a reasonable price. Which one would you recommend. I hear the pancake lens could be good as well as the canon EF-M 22mm f2 stm compact. Again, looking for a lens at a reasonable price maybe less than $200 please advise
Hey guys, thanks for reading. So there's a video game that me and my brother are playing on our Wii's. I don't have a capture device, so I wanted to record it with my DSLR since its video it shoots looks great. It's a brawling game and I'm wondering if it will be OK to shoot a 2-minute match with my Canon? There are elaments on the screen that are static - and a 2 minute video, is that going to damage anything in the camera? thanks a bunch.
Hello: I read these forums all of the time, but it is my first time posting. I'm sorry if my question seems overly basic or trivial. I have an SL1 and primarily shoot with the 35mm f2 IS USM without a flash for indoor photography of my family. However, I recently purchased my first speedlite (the 270 EX II) and I have been experimenting with bouncing the flash off of the ceiling (which I love - much sharper images compared to the 35mm f2 without the flash). However, when I take an indoor...