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|Remote control||:||Yes (E3 connector)|
|USB||:||USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)|
|HDMI||:||Yes (HDMI mini)|
|Storage types||:||SD/SDHC/SDXC card|
|Max resolution||:||4272 x 2848|
|Sensor photo detectors||:||13 megapixels|
|Sensor size||:||APS-C (22.2 x 14.8 mm)|
|Minimum shutter speed||:||30 sec|
|Maximum shutter speed||:||1/4000 sec|
|Built-in flash||:||Yes (Pop-up)|
|External flash||:||9.20 m|
|Continuous drive||:||Yes (3 fps for up to 830 JPEG, 2 fps for up to 5 RAW frames)|
|Metering modes||:||Multi Center-weighted Spot|
|Exposure compensation||:||±5 (at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV steps)|
|AE Bracketing||:||±2 (3 frames at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV steps)|
|WB Bracketing||:||Yes (3 images at -/+ 3 steps)|
|Format||:||H.264 Motion JPEG|
|Resolutions||:||1280 x 720 (29.97, 25 fps)|
|ISO||:||Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400|
|White balance presets||:||6|
|Custom white balance||:||Yes|
|JPEG quality levels||:||Fine, Normal|
|Autofocus||:||Contrast Detect (sensor) Phase Detect Multi-area Selective single-point Single Continuous Face Detection Live View|
|Lens mount||:||Canon EF/EF-S mount|
|Focal length multiplier||:||1.6x|
|Number of focus points||:||9|
|Screen type||:||TFT color LCD, liquid-crystal monitor|
|Viewfinder type||:||Optical (pentamirror)|
|Weight (inc. batteries)||:||495 g (1.09 lb / 17.46 oz)|
|Dimensions||:||130 x 100 x 78 mm (5.12 x 3.94 x 3.07")|
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before presenting review let me introduce to reader. at present I am running 72 years and I used so many camera since I was in class six. ist camera was a Kodak box camera, then Kodak due 620 with bellow which I used as an enlarger too, then I used a Russian 35 , followed by yashika reflex, followed by zenith 35 and then MINOLTA SLR. THEN CAME DIGITAL NIKON 15MP, followed by Kodak 15mp. photography is a matter of experience .one should understand the basic. this camera though some people writes for beginner but I would say that's not true. you can use it as professional purpose also, just bring that lens which flipkart offering as combo. lastly after two month using I must say purchase this camera without any worry. this is my promise to you that you will not in looser side. a 5 star for this parimal sengupta
This is the best DSLR for a beginner to learn photography. I have been using this for the last four months and i'm quiet satisfied with its performance. I have absolutely no complains about this camera and will recommend it to anyone buying his first DSLR. This camera has all the features to develop and bring out the photographer inside you if you have the will to learn this art. Here is a small list of pros and cons from my point of view: PROS: - Affordable - Light Weight - User Interface and controls are simple and easy. - Can produce stunning professional quality images. - Video quality is superb (720p HD) CONS: - No Spot Metering. (you can use partial metering as a replacement) - No facility for external audio in video mode. (but the inbuilt mic is good!) - Body Grip is not so good (as compared to other models) Don't get bothered about the megapixel count, it hardly matters for a DSLR, especially at the entry level. If you are on a tight budget do not pay attention to the cons, just buy this. You will learn to compensate these petty short comings with a little experience in the art photography. Happy Clicking!!!
Canon 1100D vs Nikon 3100 1. canon 1100d has built in focus motor. so you don't have to buy lenses with motors which can be an added cost.. 2. The resolution of the screen is same in both cameras but the LCD in Nikon is 3 inch so it makes the images look pixelated whereas in canon it looks crisp and shatp in 2.7 inch. 3. Canon menu system is much easier than nikon. 4. Canon feels much smaller than nikon 5. Battery life is amazing. you can take 840 shots in a full charge
Excellent camera. Only difference between this and higher models is 1. Megapixels( Hardly matter) 2. Burst speed(3-8, depending on model)-matters for professional photographers like sports photographers who may miss the moment - but hardly for casual photographer 3. Less noise at higher ISO- most important feature,especially for low light photographers 4. Other differences are cosmetic: like ergonomic body, swivel screen, bigger,clearer LCD display- important for comfort, but not a killer feature- will not affect the image much. The only competitor which is way out of league is the " full size sensor" cameras- but these cost upwards of 2 lakhs...so that's not really a fair comparison!
I'm not going to go into the tech specs and the pros and cons of the camera, a lot of other reviews on this site have done a much better than I can and the best place for a quality tech review is a tech website. This is just my experience with the camera and why I bought it. Firstly, as the title says, it's a great deal. You get the 55-250 mm IS lens which much cheaper with this bundle than if you bought it separately and it's a great telephoto for a beginner. I have loved using this telephoto at a corporate football tournament my firm took part in and on safari. the IS is great. (reaches out to 400mm when you take into account the 1.6 crop factor) This is my first DSLR and I didn't want to make the mistake many first time DSLR buyers make which is to spend all/most of their money on the best body they can afford and then have no money for the lens/es they want. This camera has been great, takes great picture, it does everything a good DSLR should and well, and it will be a long time before your skill as a photographer exceeds the capabilities of this camera. That being said, my sister bought herself the 550D and for the price difference, if your budget permits, it really is more than worth it and I would recommend you go for the 550D. (Especially if you want to record video) The next lens I'm looking at buying is either the Cannon 35mm f/2 or the Cannon 50mm f/1.8, but you should look at what lens will suit your style of photography. All in all, I'm very happy with my purchase and I have no regrets till date. I hope my rambling review has helped you :D
if u r a photo freak n u wanna hav low budjet .... then this 1 is truely n awesome 1 rated best by best photografy magazine ...equipped wid a nice lens but if u wanna good zoom u need to buy a other lens here r some pros n cons Pros: # Decent resolution and detail at base ISO # Consistently reliable metering and good AF accuracy # Useful highlight tone priority mode # Intuitive user interface # Beginner-friendly 'Basic ' control Screens # On-screen Q-Menu offers good access to shooting settings # Good battery life # Comprehensive software bundle # Attractive price point Cons: * Plastic body has a cheap feel to it, no rubberized grips * Very simple video mode (no manual controls, only one resolution setting, no external mic) * Very slow contrast detect AF in live view and movie mode * Comparatively small viewfinder * Combined battery/card compartment can make tripod use a little tricky * Flash less powerful than on previous Canon entry-level models * Slow continuous shooting in RAW mode * Spec-sheet a little weak compared to entry level Nikon at the end i m lovin it ...!!!
The EOS Rebel T3, or 1100D, is definitely a better product than it's predecessor, EOS 1000D, in the entry level DSLR segment. 12 Megapixel sensor in it seems to be as good as Canon EOS XSi/450D. The previous 7-point AF system has also been upgraded to Canon's standard 9-point system. The camera features HD Movie Recording capabilities @ 720p which were absent on its predecessor. EOS T3 / 1100D manages to hit a respectably low price point, comfortably undercutting its major rival, the Nikon D3100. And on top when you get the combo package offer of EF-S 55-250mm IS II, telephoto zoom lenses from Canon then this seems to be the ideal choice for the budget minded smart buyer. Special thanks to Flipkart for delivering my much awaited stuff within three working days, much before the promised estimated 7 to 8 working days.
Pros: # Decent resolution and detail at base ISO # Consistently reliable metering and good AF accuracy # Useful highlight tone priority mode # Intuitive user interface # Beginner-friendly 'Basic ' control Screens # On-screen Q-Menu offers good access to shooting settings # Good battery life # Comprehensive software bundle # Attractive price point Cons: * Plastic body has a cheap feel to it, no rubberized grips * Very simple video mode (no manual controls, only one resolution setting, no external mic) * Very slow contrast detect AF in live view and movie mode * Comparatively small viewfinder * Combined battery/card compartment can make tripod use a little tricky * Flash less powerful than on previous Canon entry-level models * Slow continuous shooting in RAW mode * Spec-sheet a little weak compared to entry level Nikon
chosed canon EOS 1100d after a lot of research....was confused with nikon d3100... a breif comparison: picture quality- both of them does wonders n there is nothing much to notice between them... build -no doubt about it that nikon beats canon in this respect, canon is lil plasticky controls- canon leads here with much simpler and good ergonomics. interface on canon also looks quite proffesional.. however ,nikon provides a guide mode which make the things bit easier but i dont think it makes much sense ,coz anyone going for SLR must be having a basic photography concepts. range of lenses- this was the factor which made me choose canon as canon is fitted with an inbuilt focusing motor ,which nikon d3100 lacks. ,so all lenses autofocuses on canon but not on nikon d3100. only AF-s lenses autofocuses on nikon which are 2-3 times costlier than the AF lenses.so,if u want to use 50mm f/1.8 lens ,which is the most affordable and wonderful lens available on canon and nikon both, this will autofocus on canon 1100d but not on nikon. on nikon u have to manually focus or spend around 13k on 50 mm AF-S f/1.8 which is twice as costlier than the previous one. so,if u want d-slr for looks -nikon if for image quality- nikon or canon either affordable photography with good lens compatibility- always canon
Hi, I placed an order on the 24th of October , was given a date of 4th for delivery! Was really excited and hence was tracking the delivery from day 1 ! Received it 1 day earlier than committed , good stuff Flipkart. Also, excellent packaging for such a fragile product . As usual the Nikon v/s Canon dilemma took most of my time in deciding. But since I had a Canon cam which lasted for ages literally, I was biased towards Canon.I read a lot of reviews before zooming in on 1100D . People generally prefer 550D but i think after using it I am more than satisfied. For some one who has used just digicams , this cam is a great start for SLRs i feel. It has excellent picture quality ( way better than point and shoots offering higher megapixels) Has intuitive modes which help you whenever you dont feel like going manual. Also , the package containing the 55-250 mm lens is a good deal coz sooner or later one tends to buy zoom lenses. Overall i think this double kit pack is one to go far. Pretty surprised no one has reviewed it yet ! Cheers and Happy Shooting !