Canon EOS 1100D Review
Take a look at our review of the Canon EOS 1100D.
The latest entry-level DSLR from Canon replaced the old Canon EOS 1000D. The 1100D features a 12.2 million pixel sensor, and has been upgraded in all manner of ways.
It also includes an ISO sensitivity range of 100-6400, while high definition video at 720p is also a new addition. Continuous shooting has also been made available, while it now uses a 9 point focusing system more commonly found on models higher up the Canon chain.
Another big upgrade is the larger 2.7 inch screen, while information for each setting can be displayed on screen at any time by pressing the Q button.
Read our full Canon EOS 1100D review online at TechRadar.
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