Camera digital canon eos 1100d

AWB - Tungsten Tungsten - Tungsten AWB - Fluorescent Fluorescent - Fluorescent The camera's auto white balance and preset white balance settings are quite frankly excellent under these lighting conditions - I had to double check the exif data. Menu systems: Canon has a logical well laid out menu system, with the shooting menus colour coded red, playback menus are colour coded blue, setup orange, and my menu is colour coded green. However, once over this first hurdle, I found the camera comfortable to use, although the body, despite being solidly built, didn't inspire confidence.

ISO6400 results are very good, however, black and white spots start appearing in images. There is no socket for an external mic.

Value for money: The Canon EOS 1100D with non-IS kit lens is 420, or 498 with the IS kit lens, while the Nikon D3100 with VR kit lens costs 420, and features 14mp, 3fps shooting, 3inch screen, 11-point AF, full HD video, ISO12,800 etc. Features, handling, performance, verdict, specification, the, canon.

I took over 700 shots and still the camera seemed to have a lot of life left. Thoresby Hall Thoresby Hall water Colour reproduction is excellent, with accurate, rich colours, and excellent detail, thanks to extremely low noise levels. The camera battery is rated at 700 shots according to cipa standards.

Canon EOS 1100.

We did not test the non-IS kit lens so are unable to comment on the quality of images from that lens. Both lenses coped very well with macro subjects such as those shown above, and can give brilliant detail when used at the telephoto end of the lens, and is capable of pleasing bokeh. The slightly rubberised / rubber coating to the hand grip and rear of the camera helped a little.

Resolution: Example photos are shown below, click to view full size. Wide Telephoto Focusing: Focusing is excellent, very quick, accurate, and successful, however using live view mode focusing is much slower and occasionally unsuccessful, and under trickier lighting situations best avoided. Here's a quick overview of both models, highlighting the main differences, with the highlighted green item being the best: Canon EOS 1100D Canon EOS 600D 12mp cmos 18mp cmos.7 inch screen, 230k pixel.0 inch vari-angle screen, 1040k. Everyone seemed to expect the button to be slightly closer to them.

The overall feel of the body was one of a budget plastic body. We found both lenses to be an excellent combination with the 1100D and 600D. Available range varies by shooting mode) Frames-per-second.2fps jpeg, 2fps RAW Flash sync speed 1/200sec Image stabilisation Lens based (IS) Movie Mode 1280x720, 30fps, 25fps, MOV (Video:.264, Sound: Linear PCM Max duration 17min, Max file size 4GB LiveView Yes, 30fps Viewfinder.

It's not until ISO6400 that you start seeing noise artefacts, or hot black and white pixels. Flash performance: Flash group shot Flash group shot The camera focuses well when subjects are in the middle of the frame, however, on the second shot the camera struggled to correctly identify the subjects and the focus is slightly off. White balance: examples are shown below, click to view full size images. Canon EOS 1100D Canon EOS 600D Shutter response (SLR, Live).1.1 Focus - wide, shutter response.2.2 Focus - telephoto, shutter response.25.25 Focus - live view (wide).3-1.5*.3-1.5* Switch on time - taking.

Wide Telephoto The camera produces very detailed images, and despite the "low" resolution of only 12 megapixels. The pop up flash is shown here, and automatically pops up when needed, or when you press the flash button.