Canon EOS SL1 / 100D review @ Cameralabs "a very interesting DSLR which takes-on the rise of mirror-less models with its compact and lightweight body"

"Canon's EOS Rebel SL1 / 100D is a very interesting DSLR which takes-on the rise of mirror-less models with its compact and lightweight body. At the time of writing, this was the World's smallest DSLR with an APS-C sensor, shaving a comfortable centimeter in every dimension from Canon's previous smallest models to produce a camera that's roughly the same size as mirror-less models equipped with viewfinders, like the Panasonic G6.

It's obviously a very small body in DSLR terms, but rarely felt cramped or

compromised in my tests, although those with larger hands may find it a step too far. The optical viewfinder is roughly the same size as those on other entry-level DSLRs, so is fairly small, but it's still very usable. The screen may not flip-out but the touch-interface is a triumph, allowing you to not only adjust common settings, tap to focus for stills or movies and swipe through images in playback, but also to navigate the entire menu system; although if you prefer you can entirely operate the camera with physical controls. The image quality is very good, although unsurprisingly similar to earlier 18 Megapixel Canon APS-C models"

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