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Mar 17, 2013 23:39 |  #1

http://www.canonrumors​.com …0d-detailed-specs-appear/ (external link)

What's the point?

So, it's smaller than the current crop of SLRs, but still much larger than any of the mirrorless systems it's competing against, and the lenses are larger, too. And it seems like they're still using the same old 18MP sensor they've been using since 2009, which has been surpassed by everyone else...




  
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Mar 17, 2013 23:50 |  #2

Shadowblade wrote in post #15726746 (external link)
http://www.canonrumors​.com …0d-detailed-specs-appear/ (external link)

What's the point?

So, it's smaller than the current crop of SLRs, but still much larger than any of the mirrorless systems it's competing against, and the lenses are larger, too. And it seems like they're still using the same old 18MP sensor they've been using since 2009, which has been surpassed by everyone else...

Yup. I still want to play with one.


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Mar 18, 2013 00:18 |  #3

I don't get it either... the 1000D is already tiny.
And the name (although unconfirmed) is confusing too.




  
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Mar 18, 2013 01:42 |  #4

Well, it is indeed the smallest APS-C DSLR on the market. There's something to be said for that. Still, I can't imagine that Canon actually thinks this is going to be a mirrorless competitor. It'll likely sway some people over to the SLR side who were pondering mirrorless, but it'll have nowhere near enough an effect to justify Canon ditching the EOS-M line. (Not that it's not justified in other ways, of course.)


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Mar 18, 2013 02:29 |  #5

I'm guessing it is a typo and it's the 1200D/T4.

It's about time for that model to be refreshed and that's would be the model just below (and just lighter) than the t4i/650D.


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Mar 18, 2013 06:00 |  #6

EOS100D?

E0S10000D is more like it.
Or EOS10k for short.


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Mar 18, 2013 20:33 |  #7

Absolutely zero interest in this for me.

If I'm going to take a DSLR with the big lenses, I'll take my 5D. If I want something tiny when I'm not concerned about IQ, I'll grab the S100. For travel, I'll take something that has a small body and SMALL LENSES while still offering near or at DSLR quality pics: M4/3 or NEX...this seems to be out in No Man's Land...

However, it'll likely sell really well to the dumb masses who think they NEED a DSLR for good image quality, and will never buy anything other than the kit lens for this thing...the people who would be much better off with a good quality P&S, but hey...that doesn't look nearly as impressive in your Facebook photos...


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Mar 18, 2013 21:38 |  #8

Another pointless rumour... I see it go nowhere, it's definitly not in demand or ever been mentioned.
What photogs want is a new 7D and 60D along with some lenses (400 f/4, 100-400) etc.


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Mar 19, 2013 12:21 |  #9

LowriderS10 wrote in post #15730133 (external link)
Absolutely zero interest in this for me.

If I'm going to take a DSLR with the big lenses, I'll take my 5D. If I want something tiny when I'm not concerned about IQ, I'll grab the S100. For travel, I'll take something that has a small body and SMALL LENSES while still offering near or at DSLR quality pics: M4/3 or NEX...this seems to be out in No Man's Land...

However, it'll likely sell really well to the dumb masses who think they NEED a DSLR for good image quality, and will never buy anything other than the kit lens for this thing...the people who would be much better off with a good quality P&S, but hey...that doesn't look nearly as impressive in your Facebook photos...

Hmm ... I'd think a t4i with a decent kit lens like the new 18-135 STM is going to have better IQ than a typical P&S. it certainly will work better in low light.

I'd also think there is a market for a APS-C sensor in a tiny DSLR body for hobbyists - not everybody wants to lug around a gripped 5D III all the time. You know you are on an enthusiast site when you hear things like "that 7D is just too small for me" and "everybody is waiting for a 400 f4". :)


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Mar 19, 2013 12:25 |  #10

jrbdmb wrote in post #15732277 (external link)
Hmm ... I'd think a t4i with a decent kit lens like the new 18-135 STM is going to have better IQ than a typical P&S. it certainly will work better in low light.

I'd also think there is a market for a APS-C sensor in a tiny DSLR body for hobbyists - not everybody wants to lug around a gripped 5D III all the time. You know you are on an enthusiast site when you hear things like "that 7D is just too small for me". :)

But mirrorless bodies (and their dedicated lenses) are even smaller and lighter, and most have better image quality, too (especially those based on the Exmor 24MP sensor, which seems to have found its way into quite a few bodies).




  
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Mar 21, 2013 03:50 |  #11

Shadowblade wrote in post #15732291 (external link)
But mirrorless bodies (and their dedicated lenses) are even smaller and lighter, and most have better image quality, too (especially those based on the Exmor 24MP sensor, which seems to have found its way into quite a few bodies).



But u need to consider the price ;)


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Mar 21, 2013 08:36 |  #12

Announced as Rebel SL1...

http://www.usa.canon.c​om …is_stm_kit#Spec​ifications (external link)




  
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Mar 21, 2013 10:07 |  #13

I think it will be great but would have liked an articulating/swivel screen added.
Have the 650D at present thats to be discontinued.
Wont change cameras.




  
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Mar 21, 2013 10:08 |  #14

chrise17 wrote in post #15739455 (external link)
I think it will be great but would have liked an articulating/swivel screen added.
Have the 650D at present thats to be discontinued.
Wont change cameras.

Goal was small as possible and swivel screen makes it thicker.


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Mar 21, 2013 10:17 |  #15

If they sell a pink version it would be an instant hit :)


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