The Canon EOS 1100D comes with the EFS 18-55mm lens with Image Stabilizer. In the box there is a USB cable, [UK] Power cable, [International] Power Cable, Battery Charger, Camera Body, Camera Lens, 2 CDs, Instructions and Neck Strap. The camera has a really nice weight to it and is easy to grip. You can output your videos or pictures through HDMI [Cable is not included]. It can shoot up to 720p Video and takes photos in 12MP.

Hear Are Some Features From Amazon.co.uk 

  • 2.7” LCD screen for easy viewing and reviewing of shots
  • 12 Megapixels capture every scene in dazzling colour and brilliant detail
  • HD movies (720p) with stereo sound, Dynamic IS and HDMI
  • Feature Guide describes each mode and gives onscreen help
  • New HD CMOS Pro sensor
  • Creative Auto and Basic+ Modes allow you to manually adjust image settings

High Definition movie-making

Boasting HD (720p) movie capability, the EOS 1100D does not just shoot video clips, it offers the enhanced image quality, smooth frame rates and adaptive exposure compensation you would normally find in a professional movie-making tool.

In addition to selectable frame rates, the EOS 1100D enables easy manual control of exposure, focus and Live View features and even allows for in-camera editing. The large APS-C CMOS sensor and compatibility with over 60 Canon lenses provides a wealth of depth-of-field options, and it’s all available at the press of a dedicated Live View/Movie Recording button.

It is easy to view and share your movies and stills too, thanks to an HDMI connection which allows High Definition playback of footage and images on any HDTV.

Picture sourced From Amazon.co.uk

Here I have a picture I took using the camera on complete manual settings with a Kenko digital UV Filter. It was a cloudy day with no added light. I have not edited this in anyway and was one of the first photos I took outside with this camera. And is in full Quality for this camera.

© Copyright Ben Smith 2012

Over all I love this Camera and I would recommend it to a beginner at DSLR’s. I don’t recommend this camera for people who just want to point and shoot. This camera is for beginners and Semi Pros.

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