Canon has done well to squeeze some of its more advanced tech into this model, while keeping it friendly for beginners.
There’s enough stuff here to make it a possible backup or travel model for those using some of Canon’s mid-range models, too.
If you’re attracted towards DSLRs but are generally put off by their large size and bulk, this is the smallest you’re going to get. While it may not be as small and lightweight as some of the smaller mirrorless models on the market, the handling and features of a DSLR make it a nice alternative.
Image quality is very good, as you’d expect from the high-quality sensor and processor combination, and by entering into Canon’s eco-system, you get a pretty-much unrivalled set of potential lenses and accessories.
Overall, this is a very attractive and nicely performing model for entry-level users. It doesn't exactly set the world alight, but if you’re in the market for this kind of camera, it’s definitely a good option.
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