Canon EOS 1100D Reviews

Expert Reviews: 
 3.8
User Reviews: 
 4.7
Features
Usability
 4.8
Value for money
 4.8
Features
 4.6
Product design
 4.5
Image quality
 4.7
 
 

Canon EOS 1100D

No reviews
Verdict: We in the photography press get a lot of cryptic invites to industry events, and usually you can deduce what, if anything, is going to be launched by the age of a company's current models – sometimes even by where the event is being held and what they're serving!
8 years ago
 

Rebel T3 / EOS 1100D Entry Level SLR with 720p HD Movie

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Verdict: February 7th. Canon Inc. has today introduced the Canon Rebel T3 (EOS 1000D in some countries) entry level family oriented digital SLR. As an updated version of the Canon Rebel XS (EOS 1000D) announced in the summer of 2008, the Canon Rebel T3 incorporates a similar 12.0 Megapixel APS-C size CMOS...
8 years ago
 

Canon Rebel T3 DSLR Camera Review

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Verdict: What follows is a quick overview of the video capabilities of the Canon EOS Rebel T3. Read our comprehensive analysis and testing results in greater detail at DigitalCameraInfo.com . Introduction The EOS Rebel T3 is a budget DSLR from Canon that offers a 720p HD video record mode.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D Review

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Verdict: The Canon T3/1100D entered life as an entry-level DSLR with basic features including an entry-level basic feature that everyone can love - a low price . That feature, low price, is indeed the primary reason to buy this DSLR over the rest of the Canon EOS DSLRs - including the announced at the same...
8 years ago
 

Canon Rebel T3 (EOS 1100D) Review

4.0
Verdict: 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 down.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 review

4.0
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T3 is a solid albeit unexciting, entry-level DSLR that is-for the most part-easy to use. Beginner photographers or those who want a little help along the way will appreciate the camera's on-board Feature Guide; enthusiasts who are comfortable with DSLR features can easily disable...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 Review

3.5
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T3 is a mixed bag. In cameras, you really do get what you pay for. The T3 doesn't deliver what it should, even for the low price.
Pros: Responsive, good quality 12.2-megapixel DSLR, 720p HD Videos at 30 fps, 3fps burst mode
Cons: No front AF Assist lamp (uses built-in flash, Images not super sharp, Awkward control placement
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D Digital SLR Review

4.0
Verdict: Joshua Waller puts the Canon EOS 1100D through an expert test to see how this new camera performs.
Pros: Excellent image quality, Excellent colour reproduction, Extremely low noise, Excellent battery life, Brilliant JPEG output, Easy to use menu system
Cons: 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
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D + 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II

3.0
Verdict: While most manufacturers update their consumer SLRs more often that their higher-end models, Canon has waited almost three years to upgrade the EOS 1000D.
Pros: Picture quality up to 3200 ISO, Responsive for day-to-day use, Pleasant to handle and use, Simplified modes for beginners (Custom Auto mode
Cons: Low-def screen, Less responsive in Raw mode, Room for improvement in the camera's build (slippery, Kit lens isn't stabilised (unless there's a 18-55 mm IS kit, Awful sound in video mode
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

5.0
Verdict: The Canon EOS 1000D was a fantastic camera, giving frugal shoppers a foothold onto the esteemed EOS range for a breakthrough sub-£400 price. However, its 2.5in screen, lack of video capture and limited performance mean that it's not such a tempting prospect in 2011.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 (EOS 1100D)

No reviews
Verdict: Marking a new entry point to the Rebel line, the Canon T3 offers good image quality, a friendly design, and excellent battery life. Although its burst-shooting capabilities don't match the best-in-class, and has a few omissions such as dust removal and spot metering, these are fairly easy to...
Pros: 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, Accurate color, Creative Auto mode replaces photo
Cons: 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 when shooting indoors, Burst speeds lower than
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

4.0
Verdict: The EOS 1100D follows on from the 1000D as Canon's budget digital SLR aimed, like the Nikon D3100 , at those trading up from a compact camera for the first time.
6 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.0
Verdict: The Canon EOS 1100D is well worth a look for users wanting to step up to the digital SLR market. It's affordable, offers a good range of features and is easily capable of shooting amazing photographs.
Pros: The design of the Canon EOS 1100D is firmly evolution rather than revolution, and it looks very similar to the EOS 1000D, EOS 550D and EOS 500D that came before it. This is actually a good thing, as it's one of the neater looking DSLRs on the market.
Cons: The biggest disappointment with the Canon EOS 1100D is the small 2.7-inch screen on the back. It looks slightly cheap in comparison with its more expensive siblings – all of which offer larger screens – although it does help to keep the price down.
5 years ago
 

Canon EOS1100D - Bold [Review] Review

3.5
Verdict: As it stands, the 1100D is a good camera to buy for upgraders from a 1000D, or even Nikon shooters with a D60 who want to change over. If you are using a compact camera and looking to upgrade to a dSLR, the 1100D will expand your shooting possibilities, but remember that investing in lenses is a...
Pros: Crisp & clear sensor, Decent kit lens
Cons: Only 720p HD video recording, Smallish viewfinder
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.0
Verdict: Canon has long catered well for the entry-level digital SLR market. Canon's EOS 300D was the first digital SLR available for under £1000 and as technology has advanced, its cameras aimed at this market have been made cheaper and more compact, whilst still sporting a decent array of features.
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

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Verdict: Okay sports parents, now is your chance to take newsworthy am-cam photos, because Canon's entry-level 1000D will be the next 10 million pixel SLR that takes your photography further than just point and shoot.
9 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

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Verdict: The Canon EOS 1100D (also known as the Digital Rebel T3) is the new entry-level model in Canon's extensive range of digital SLR cameras, replacing the 3 year old 1000D model. Aimed at first-time DSLR users, the 1100D inherits features from both the equally new and more expensive EOS 600D and the...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D (Rebel T3) Review

4.4
Verdict: The Canon EOS 1100D (Rebel T3) builds upon the previous EOS 1000D (XS) release. But just how good is the 1100D (T3)? Can it be crowned the king of entry-level DSLRs? The What Digital Camera Canon EOS 1100D (Rebel T3) review…
Pros: Fast AF for entry-level model, good image quality
Cons: Build quality (plastic finish), slow live view focusing
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.5
Verdict: The EOS 1100D steps into Canon's DSLR line-up between the EOS 1000D and EOS 550D and features a 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor. Offered for the first time in three colours - Black, Metallic Grey and a limited edition Red - the EOS 1100D supports 720p HD video recording and introduces a new Feature Guide...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.0
Verdict: Verdict: Although the EOS 1100D looks and feels its budget price tag, it is a capable SLR that offers great photographic results.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D

4.0
Verdict: The 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 the digital camera industry, especially for Canon, that many wondered if the company...
Pros: 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
Cons: 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
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review Review

4.0
Verdict: If you're considering getting into dSLR photography, the Canon EOS 1100D could be a good choice. It offers great value for money and an easy way for users of compact cameras to push their photo skills further.
Pros: Great value, Beginner-friendly, Optical viewfinder, Comparatively light
Cons: Looks disappointingly cheap
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1000D

No reviews
Verdict: Tweet The Canon EOS 1000D is the ­latest release from Canon in the ­burgeoning world of the ­reasonably priced SLR ­camera market. The 1000D has many names overseas ­including the "Rebel Kiss F" in Japan.
Pros: Excellent picture quality, good image stabilization, live view
Cons: Only 2,5" screen, 7-point AF system is somewhat annoying, lightness influences stability
11 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 (1000D)

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Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T3 (1000D) will definitely lose in a competition with what's currently on sale. So yes, this camera is indeed Canon's least inspired model.
5 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3

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Verdict: But Grunin at CNET calls the T3's features "uninspiring," and recommends stepping up to Canon's next level. For example, the EOS Rebel T2i (*Est. $650 with kit lens) offers spot metering, a tool that helps the camera correctly photograph high-contrast scenes like the moon on a dark night.
Pros: Impressive image quality, Compact and lightweight, Easy for beginners to use, Exposure bracketing
Cons: "Claustrophobic" optical viewfinder, Shoots only 720p HD video
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

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Verdict: If you have a flair for photography and want to earn a high-end camera that can result in quality rich pictures and videos, then just turn your head to Canon EOS 1100D. This member from the house of Canon is one of the premium reasonable SLR cameras in the market these days.
Cons: LCD screen is not very bright, lacks in-built cleaning system and manual video settings
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

4.0
Verdict: Canon EOS 1100D: Overview Canon has long catered well for the entry-level digital SLR market. Canon's EOS 300D was the first digital SLR available for under £1000 and as technology has advanced, its cameras aimed at this market have been made cheaper and more compact, whilst still sporting a decent...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

3.4
Verdict: The EOS 1100D is Canon's budget model and it shows in the comparatively simple specification and cheapish look and feel of the camera body. However, the camera gets all the important stuff, such as metering and focus, right most of the time, and the targeted user group should be perfectly happy with...
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...
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...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.0
Verdict: The Canon 1100D offers a good shooting experience for a great price, with enough features and functions to satisfy SLR beginners. Compared to the competition though, the 1100D falls behind the pack in terms of top-line specifications and overall build quality.
Pros: Comes in a range of colours, Bracketing, Great image quality on default settings
Cons: Can feel a little plastic-y compared to other entry-level cameras, Only a 2.7-inch LCD screen, No AF lock button, No external microphone input
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3: A Rebel For The Less Rebellious

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Verdict: "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 T3. What's the difference?
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

4.0
Verdict: The Canon EOS 1100D is a solid albeit unexciting, entry-level DSLR that is-for the most part-easy to use. Beginner photographers or those who want a little help along the way will appreciate the camera's on-board Feature Guide; enthusiasts who are comfortable with DSLR features can easily disable...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

3.0
Verdict: A cheap and cheerful entry-level snapper but its competitors could serve you better
Pros: Quality shines through in stills, Light and portable
Cons: Compacts do more with less, Slow, noisy autofocus in video
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

3.0
Verdict: A cheap and cheerful entry-level snapper but its competitors could serve you better
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.0
Verdict: The Rebel T3 is Canon's replacement for its successful entry-level DSLR camera, the . The T3 has been a long time coming in digital photography terms. It doesn't offer much in the way of surprises, but it's a compact and easy-to-use DSLR that should appeal to anyone looking to make his or her first...
4 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D Digital Camera Review

3.6
Verdict: The 1100D can also shoot at a handy 3fps useful for capturing everyone looking and smiling in a big group of family members or for capturing a fast moment without the possibility of potentially missing the shot.
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

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Verdict: Canon EOS 1100D the compact and advanced digital SLR now comes with double zoom lens kit combo pack for Rs. 38,990 in India. The combo pack comes with EF-S 18-55 mm and EF-S 55-250 mm lens. You can buy the 1100D camera with basic lens and the zoom lens separately but that will cost you […]
8 years ago
 

Canon T3 Digital Camera Review

No reviews
Verdict: Spiritual successor to the Rebel XS line, minus many features of other Canon DSLRs
Pros: Good color accuracy for the price, Excellent noise performance
Cons: Not a huge array of manual controls, Upgrade from the kit lens ASAP
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

3.5
Verdict: As the entry point to Canon's DSLR range, the 1100D sits below the older yet still available 550D and the more recent 600D as a sort of bare-bones version of these more advanced entry-level models.
Pros: Image quality, Relatively user-friendly, Cheapest entry-point to Canon DSLR system
Cons: Plastic finish feels a bit cheap, No rubberisation on grip, Contrast-detect live view AF is slow
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

No reviews
Verdict: Canon has hit a home run with their Canon EOS Rebel T3. The most affordable dSLR in their ranks, the T3 offers outstanding performance, ergonomics, and image quality for a price that is hard to beat by its competition. We here at Steve's give the T3 a huge "thumbs up"!
Pros: Lightweight and compact body available in four colors; Black, Red, Metalic Gray, and Brown, Loads of useful exposure options for Any user, Image quality is excellent, both indoors and out, Flash button in comfortable location, Button customization for various controls; like the flash and Set buttons...
Cons: No full HD video mode, Exposure can be a bit strong at times when shooting in the automatic exposure modes in bright sunlight, No rubberized grip like the T3i, LCD is a bit small (2.7-inches), but usable, Live View shooting performance is still quite sluggish, Autofocus during Live View is very...
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D – A Fairly Decent Entry Level DSLR

3.5
Verdict: For a long time, Canon has been focusing on DSLR cameras aimed at the prosumer target audience. However, the trend has slowly changed with Canon launching competitive DSLR cameras for the lower price segment. The EOS 400D and then, the EOS 1000D were all designed for this market.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 Review

4.0
Verdict: The Rebel T3 is Canon's replacement for its successful entry-level camera, the Rebel XS. The T3 has been a long time coming in digital photography terms. It doesn't offer much in the way of surprises, but it's a compact and easy to use DSLR.
Pros: Basic screens to help beginners learn about the camera, Reliable metering, Accurate AF
Cons: Small viewfinder, Camera body feels cheaply constructed, Limited movie mode
6 years ago
 

Great Camera with great features

4.4
Verdict: Canon is the well known name in the electronic industry provides a good range of cameras, camera accessories and printers in the market. The brand name says everything about the product. Canon EOS 1100 SLR is one of the best camera from the stores of Canon.
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

1.0
Verdict: The DSLR models provided by Pentax or Sony are way better looking than the Canon models and it has always been a traditional matter regarding the Canon entry level cameras that even though it manages to remain in the list of high end models yet they lack style.
7 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3 offers superior image quality

3.5
Verdict: (1 items) 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 video capture-a feature missing from the
Pros: Beginner friendly Feature Guide, Superior image quality, Superior low light/high ISO performance, Solid but basic feature set
Cons: Video limited to 720p (no 1080, no VGA, Video mode must be set via mode dial, No spot metering, No dust removal system
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.5
Verdict: The Canon EOS 1100D follows on from the previous 1000D model. It's been quite a few years in the making, so has Canon truly delivered with this latest model and does the budget DSLR market have a new king?
Pros: Image quality, autofocus performance (at this entry level
Cons: Softness and quality issues from kit lens, plasticy build, sluggish live view
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D

4.0
Verdict: Improving on the 1000D, the Canon 1100D features a larger 12.2Mp APS-C 12.2Mp CMOS sensor and a 1.6x crop factor, meaning the 18-55mm kit lens is equivalent to 28.8-88mm in film terms.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

3.0
Verdict: This 12.2-megapixel DSLR upgrades the 1000D and slots in at the start of the EOS range, where it does battle with Nikon's equally beginner-friendly D3100. As this is supposed to be Canon's most affordable DSLR, it unsurprisingly features a plastic, grey outer shell which makes it appear a little toy...
Pros: Affordable; simple to use; long 700-shot battery life; crammed with auto and manual shooting options; one-touch HD video recording and HDMI output
Cons: Plasticky and a tad bulky; manual focusing required when shooting video Price: £419 body only or £499 with 18-55mm zoom lens
8 years ago
 

DSLR Test: Canon EOS Rebel T3

No reviews
Verdict: The Rebel T3 is a very attractively priced entry-level DSLR that provides solid performance and value. Its resolving power, low noise, relatively speedy AF, and well-designed controls should help ease novice shooters into the world of DSLRs.
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3/1100D Camera – Review

4.4
Verdict: Kelly Lynch tries out Canon's new entry-level offering.
Pros: Good low light shots, Easy access to most controls, Competitive price, On-screen feature guide
Cons: Metering options not on camera back, No spot meter, Memory card a little difficult to extract
8 years ago
 

Canon EOS 1100D review

4.0
Verdict: It seems at odds with these hard times that new cameras are released more frequently than ever, with people seemingly having enough cash to splash out on new camera kit. One section of the camera market that is particularly busy and competitive is that of the entry-level DSLR.
8 years ago
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