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Canon EOS 1100D Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateFeb 2011
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Display diagonal6.86 cm (2.7")
Vari-angle LCD displayYes
Display resolution (numeric)230000 pixels
Field of view100%
Built-in microphoneYes
Ports & interfaces
USB version2.0
HDMI connector typeMini
Lens system
Optical zoom1.5x
Weight & dimensions
Width129.9 mm
Depth99.7 mm
Height77.9 mm
Weight (including battery)495 g
ISO sensitivity100,200,400,800,1600,3200,6400,Auto
Light exposure modesAuto,Manual,Shutter priority AE
Light exposure correction± 5EV (1/3EV step)
Light meteringCentre-weighted
Light exposure controlProgram AE
Picture quality
Camera typeSLR Camera Body
Megapixel12.2 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution4272 x 2848 pixels
Still image resolution(s)720 x 480,1920 x 1280,2256 x 1504,3088 x 2056,4272 x 2848
Image stabilizerNo
Image formats supportedJPG
Supported aspect ratios3:2
Total megapixels12.6 MP
Video recordingYes
Maximum video resolution1280 x 720 pixels
HD typeHD
Video resolutions1280 x 720 pixels
Motion JPEG frame rate30 fps
Analog signal format systemNTSC,PAL
Video formats supportedH.264,MOV
Auto focusing (AF) modesSelective Auto Focus,Single Auto Focus
Closest focusing distance0.25 m
Auto Focus (AF) lockYes
Auto Focus (AF) assist beamYes
Flash modesAuto,Flash off,Manual
Flash exposure lockYes
Flash guide number9.2 m
Flash recharging time2 s
White balanceAuto,Cloudy,Custom modes,Daylight,Flash,Fluorescent,Shade,Tungsten
Scene modesClose-up (macro), Night, Night portrait, Portrait, Sports, Landscape
Shooting modesAperture priority,Auto,Manual,Movie,Program,Shutter priority
Photo effectsBlack&White,Neutral
Self-timer delay2,10 s
Tripod mounting supportedYes
Camera playbackMovie,Single image,Slide show
Playback zoom (max)10x
Languages supportArabic, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Danish, German, Dutch, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian
Live viewYes
Camera file systemDPOF 1.1,Exif 2.3
Image processorDIGIC 4
Windows operating systems supportedYes
Mac operating systems supportedYes
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life (CIPA standard)700 shots
Battery typeLP-E10, LC-E10E
Fastest camera shutter speed1/4000 s
Slowest camera shutter speed30 s
Camera shutter typeElectronic
Product colourBlack
MaterialPolycarbonate,Stainless steel

Anyone can use the Canon EOS 1100D

The Canon EOS 1100D, or sometimes called the Digital Rebel T3, is an entry-level camera from Canon that will amaze with its features. It comes in 2 colour variants, black and red. The red may be an acquired taste for most photographers, but if you want to stand out in the crowd, go for it!

The basics of photography is personified in the Canon EOS 1100D. If you are just learning to use a DSLR camera, then the Canon EOS 1100D is the one you want to experiment with. It has a 2.7 inch LCD screen to navigate through photos and as a viewfinder. Also, the 12MP CMOS sensor works well with the overall configuration.

Build quality

If you are used to more high-end cameras such as the 60D or 550D, you will find the Canon EOS 1100D to be cheap and plastic-like. But look at the bright side, this handy little camera is lightweight and extremely portable. Coupled with interchangeable lenses, this camera can work wonders for any type of photography.

Creative photography

Most cameras come standard with shooting modes of various types. The same goes for the Canon EOS 1100D. It comes with a creative point-and-shoot mode whereby you can create depth of field effects with a simple push of a button. Too easy!

Also, shooting modes included in the Canon EOS 1100D are Programmed Auto (P), Shutter Priority (Tv), Aperture Priority (Av), Manual (M) and A-DEP modes which all add to the overall customization of a beginner’s experience in photography.

Get the EOS 1100D

So should you get the EOS 1100D? The answer is so simple. If you are looking for a basic, entry-level DSLR to work with and don’t want the heavy price tag that comes along with the camera, then this is the ultimate camera for you. The Canon EOS 1100D is cheap and simply amazing to use thanks to its easy and user-friendly features. So what are you waiting for? Get the EOS 1100D on iprice online today!

Reviews of Canon EOS 1100D
Reviewed on 2011-06-29
Everybody seems to be jumping on the DSLR wagon these days, no doubt thanks to their ever-increasing popularity and the introduction of many entry-level offerings in the market. Due to this sudden influx of DSLR wielders, it comes as no surprise that the ...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-17
If you're not tied into a system, the choice of cameras can seem bewildering.In this article, I'm going to take a look at the two manufacturer's entry-level cameras -- the Canon T3 and the Nikon D3100. Which is the better buy? I'll take a look at the key...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-08
A full Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D review is planned. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-09
“We’ve got to consider the pros and cons, make a list, get advice…” —Jim Backus in Rebel Without a Cause I don’t blame you for being confused. I just tested the EOS Rebel T3i, which I really, really liked, and along comes this review of the EOS Rebel...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-24
Solid but basic feature set, * Beginner friendly Feature Guide, * Superior image quality, * Superior low light/high ISO performance,
No spot metering, * No dust removal system, * Video limited to 720p (no 1080, no VGA), * Video mode must be set via mode dial, Price when rated: $600
Canon’s entry-level EOS Rebel T3 is a step up from Canon’s popular XS DSLR, adding a bump up to a 12 megapixel sensor, a DIGIC 4 processor, longer battery life, higher ISO capabilities, improved autofocus and metering systems and the now ubiquitous vid...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-19
Very fast, Good low-light performance,
Body feels underbuilt, Similarly priced Micro Four Thirds cameras offer better performance in smaller bodies, Live View LCD suffers from painfully slow focus, Poor focusing in movie mode,
With Micro Four Thirds models and other mirrorless digital cameras growing in popularity, the digital SLR market has gotten some stiff competition. The category continues to push forward, though, and Canon, which has not yet manufactured a compact inte...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-26
Good ergonomics; varied button-shapes make it easy to operate by feel, Solid build for a plastic-bodied camera, Generally good image quality for its class, Reasonably wide sensitivity range for an entry-level model, Excellent detail from RAW files, Acc......
Control dial is very stiff, and not ideally angled for comfort, Flash button is easy to miss, since it lacks a screen-printed label, New viewfinder has slightly less magnification, much narrower diopter adjustment range, Very warm auto white balance wh......
The Canon T3 is much more than just a compact SLR, though; it's a good quality camera with a rich feature set that just happens to carry an entry-level price. An enhanced menu guide system makes it perhaps the most approachable Canon SLR to date for novic...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-29
A new starter model that should convert more than a few point-and-shootersWhat's hot: Fast AF; low noise to ISO 800. What's not: Video capped at 720p; top ISO 6400. Who it's for: Anyone looking to enter Canon's DSLR system for as little money as possible....
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Reviewed on 2011-07-28
The Canon T3 looks and feels like any other entry-level DSLR, but great video and image quality place it at the top of the class. Announced in February 2011 along with the more fully featured Rebel , the slots into the middle of Canon's entry-lev...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-20
Paired with the announcement of the Canon EOS Digital Rebel T3i, Canon also announced details around the launch of the EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR, their secondary Rebel camera ideal for amateur photographers just getting their start with dSLR cameras. T...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-14
Responsive, good quality 12.2-megapixel DSLR, 720p HD Videos at 30 fps, 3fps burst mode
No front AF Assist lamp (uses built-in flash), Images not super sharp, Awkward control placement
We almost felt like Sookie Stackhouse in HBO’s True Blood. We closed our eyes and the next thing we knew, a year was gone. In this case we didn’t travel in “fairy space time,” but blinked and Canon sent out a replacement for the XS and XSi DSLRs. The c...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-09
Unsurprisingly, the Canon EOS Rebel T3 delivers excellent photo quality
Average performance, a nothing-but-the-basics feature set and claustrophobic viewfinder leave the camera an uninspiring shooter
Rather than introduce new dSLR models at bargain-basement prices as Pentax and Sony tend to do, Canon traditionally lets its slightly higher-end models gradually fall in price until they're the de facto entry-level models. But its current starter, the EOS...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-30
Good image quality that's similar to modern 14 Mpixel rivals, Quick and easy access to many settings, Live View and HD video recording (albeit at 720p only), Supplied with decent RAW and remote control software.
Plasticky body with no rubber surfaces - feels cheap, Continuous shooting buffer small. Slows down for RAW, Relatively small 2.7in screen, Weaker popup flash than many rivals.
Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D reviewThe EOS Rebel T3, or 1100D, is Canon's latest entry-level DSLR. Announced in February 2011, it comes no less than two and a half years after its predecessor, the EOS Rebel XS / 1000D; indeed it's such a long time in ...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-13
Excellent image quality,  Excellent colour reproduction, Extremely low noise,  Excellent battery life,  Brilliant JPEG output,  Easy to use menu system, Canon EOS 1100D
Only 2fps continuous shooting when set to RAW, Basic kit lens is not image stabilised, IS version costs more,  Value for money could be better,  Lacks sensor cleaning technology
The is Canon's entry level camera, and is the second camera to be introduced since the 1000D. As the 300D through to the 600D range improved over the years, Canon increasingly came under pressure from other entry level DSLR models, often priced at a...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-26
Are you a true contrarian looking for a camera that befits your nonconformist lifestyle? Well, Canon's latest entry-level DSLR may not be the most unruly camera out, but at least it sports a moniker that fits the bill. The Canon T3 Rebel, also known a...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-24
The Canon EOS 1100D (called the Canon EOS Rebel T3 in North America) is a new entry-level DSLR camera with some advanced features. Replacing the ageing 1000D / XS model, the new Canon 1100D / T3 offers a 12 megapixel sensor, 2.7 inch LCD screen, 720p ...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-01
These days it’s hard to tell the entry level cameras apart from the fully geared up models. The Canon Rebel T3 (EOS 1100D) sits between the EOS 1000D and EOS 550D models, looking and feeling like any Canon DSLR, from the lofty 5D Mark II all the way d...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-10
The two new Canon EOS digital rebel models just announced (02/11) almost share a name - T3 and T3i - though they occupy opposite ends of the entry level (Rebel) DSLR spectrum. The Canon EOS Digital Rebel T3i now sits on top of the pack as the most a...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-08
A future Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D review is planned. ...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-07
Canon Rebel T312MP, HD, March 2011, $600 w/lens © 2011 All rights reserved. This free website's biggest source of is when you use , especially these directly to , , , , , and when you get anything, regardless of the country in whi...
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