- Megapixels: 18MP
- Sensor Type: APS-C Sensor
- Processor:DIGIC 4+ image processor
- Display: 2.7 inch LCD (230000 dots)
- Continuous shooting speed: 3fps
- Autofocus System: 9-point AF system
- Connectivity: Wi-fi connectivity
- Battery Life: 500 shots per full charge
- Weight: 436 grams
- Wide range of Lens to choose from
- Good Pentamirror optical viewfinder
- Small rear screen display
- Slow live view AF system
- Display consist of low dots
- Touchscreen is not present
If you are a beginner not wanting to spend much on a DSLR but want to get your basics and fundamental clear and strong for what is yet to come, then the Canon EOS 4000D might very well seem like a decent option to go for.
And in the following Canon EOS 4000D | Canon T100 Product Review we will just try to have a look into all the main factors for which you will get to know whether to go on not to go for this Canon DSLR at all.
Build & Design
If we need to first talk about the built and design of the Canon EOS 4000D, then I would say it is plain, decent and good to go in terms of durability. Although, since the entire construction is mainly plastic including the lens mount of the camera, chances that the mount may get damaged if not careful is kind of a concern.
Again if we need to talk about the layout of controls and buttons, then I would say that Canon has done a fair good job keeping the space between the controls up to a decent and comfortable level overall.
And last but not the least in case of handling and carrying the device, the Canon EOS 4000D we have today comes with a good rubber grip construction on the front so that handling the camera well as well as make the requirement movements with the camera is easy and simple as can be.
Coming to performance and features, the Canon EOS 4000D in the present market may not have much to offer, specially for those who are a bit high up the scale in case of professional photography.
Since, the camera comes with a low burst rate of just 3fps, taking pictures filled with even a little action can be daunting. Also, since the resolution of the rear screen is only limited to a mere 230K, understanding what you are trying to shoot can also be a task which may seem not to be very pleasing.
Now, coming back to the quality of photos and videos the Canon EOS 4000D has to offer may not seem all bad given the points mentioned above. Since, this DSLR comes equipped with Canon’s very own DIGIC 4 image processor, it is able to give some really good and vibrant pictures overall. Exposures are suited well so that you get decent bright images with less of a noise even at maximum level of ISO.
Again if we need to be specific about videos recording and processing, the Canon EOS 4000D in those cases is absolutely not the ideal option then. The reason for that is fairly because of the slow live AF system as well as the absence of a microphone port on it, making the possibility of recording good videos quite difficult to be honest.
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