With most of the EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D made from components from the bin for long-superseded Canon DSLRs, there’s really nothing much to recommend this camera over rival entry-level DSLRs, apart, perhaps, from the worth. Read more about features and specifications in Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera Review.
Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera Review
The EOS Rebel T100 (known because the EOS 4000D outside the US) is Canon’s latest stripped-back entry-level DSLR, and while the naming convention may suggest otherwise it sits below the also-new EOS Rebel T7 / EOS 2000D is Canon’s range.
Until now, the EOS model line designated by four digits (in all regions other than the US, where we’ve had the Rebel XS, T3, T5, and T6) has been Canon’s no-frills entry-level DSLR. Until recently the 2000D held that dubious honor, but Canon obviously thinks there’s room for an additional camera that trims the fat even more, and – confusing nomenclature aside – the EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D is that the result.
• 18MP sensor can trace its roots back to 2010
• Small and low-resolution screen
• Wi-Fi only
The EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D inherits an aging 18MP sensor which will trace its roots back to the EOS Rebel T2i / EOS 550D, which was released in 2010. The latest tech this is not.
• One of the slowest DSLRs available
• Tends to overexpose scenes
• Good battery life
Entry-level DSLRs might not be renowned for his or her burst shooting speeds, but however, the EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D’s 3fps makes it one of the slowest cameras out there, along with the EOS 2000D.
The Canon EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D really does desire a camera that’s been designed and built to a budget imposed by especially parsimonious accountants.
With most of the camera made up of components from the parts bin for long-superseded Canon DSLRs, there really is nothing much to recommend it over other entry-level DSLR rivals, apart from, perhaps, the price.