Canon's compact EOS Rebel SL2 provides versatile built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity plus key camera features like a newly-developed 24.2 megapixel APS-C Canon CMOS image sensor paired with Canon's DIGIC 7 image processor, resulting in Rebel-series firsts such as Dual Pixel CMOS AF for smooth and accurate autofocus and a high-resolution Touch Screen monitor that supports both Touch AF and Touch Shutter release functionality.
Hey whats up everyone, my names Chris Winter and today I'm going to do an in depth review of the brand new Canon SL2 or 200D, so hopefully i can help you decide if it's the right camera for you.
There are many positives to Canon's SL2 model. Foremost, it being that for a low-end entry level SLR camera, it manages to incorporate Canon's fantastic and high-end DIGIC 7 processor chip. You can expect no lag in processing each shot (although your chosen SD card may be too slow to process each shot onto the card as quickly as you might like).
Great "Next Level" camera. This is a really great way to move up past point and shoot. One reason is ease of operation. It features a nice touch screen that tells you how to do many of the complicated things you need to know if you want a more advanced camera. The same screen doubles as a way to use touch screen photography. I had the SL 1 and it had one of the earliest best touch screens Canon had..You can flip through your pictures and enlarge the images ,just like a cell phone. Now the screen flips out, a nice improvement.
The Canon SL2 is an excellent Camera it exceeded all my expectations (if not i would have not bought this product).This is incredibility light but do not be fooled by its compact design this thing is packed with features.I have to start off with the dig!c 7 processor witch really makes a difference in low light conditions and helps noise reduction in the shadows.Then there is the new dual pixel auto focus which ensures you will have tack sharp images every single time it also comes with a face tracking function which works magnificently well!.To be honest the 18-55 mil lens is not that bad its good for close ups and has that extra bit of zoom to help with further subjects.No it does not do 7fps in burst mode but then again you are not paying an arm and a leg for this bad boy! As far as video quality goes it's acceptable it does do 60fps at 1080p (full HD) so you could use it for B-roll and it also has the privilege of shooting RAW files which is just great for professional editing.Oh and i almost forgot the fully articulating screen which allows you to film yourself in a ``selfie`` mode.All in all this camera is good for all levels of photography (i am not kidding when i say that) whether you are a pro or you are just starting out like me at the age of 14.I have had this camera for a week now and i am already in love with it.Here are some of my best un-edited photos right off the camera.
I bought this on November 23rd for Black Friday and in the description it says "Free bag, tripod, lens pouches and memory card with purchase of Canon SL2 or M100 Here's how (restrictions apply) ". The camera did not come with any of these and the Amazon representatives I spoke with were useless and told me there is no offer. See attached photo.
I did my research for the smallest, APSC sized sensor camera (with at least 24 megapixels) also must have had a flip out screen. It also must have an external mic jack. This camera checked all those boxes. Have been amazed with it since owning it. WiFi connectivity is great. Light weight, tons of lens choices and if you read some reviews this sensor is comparable almost identical to the 70D and therefore the low light permformance is just as good, and at a cheaper price point. The only knock is the low frames per second (5) and minimal focus points (9) but keep in mind that only applies if you’re using the viewfinder/eyepiece and not looking at the screen/live view which I do 95% of the time anyway. I do notice the 5 frames per second as I have a small child and you need to be quick to catch the right look/smile sometimes and I don’t use it for wildlife photography, just architecture and landscape photography and it’s perfect for that.
There are so many great aspects to this camera. Beyond being a reasonable price for an entry/enthusiast level DSLR, this camera doesn't skimp out on premium features. There are a lot of great options out there for beginners and those that are enthusiasts, like the t6, t6i, and even the t7. Now these camera's all share something in common and that's the extensive library of lenses canon has to offer! They all take phenomenal photo's and can take decent video as well. However where the sl2 really makes a difference is in how it handles video.
I was waiting for a camera like this that had all the best features Canon has to offer in an affordable compact package. I sold my semi pro 7D mk2 to buy this and am happy for it. Of course I miss the advanced features of the 7D mk2 but this little camera is small enough to take anywhere without looking like a photo geek and has a few features not found on the 7D mk2 like flip out touch screen and WiFi/Bluetooth. It may lack durability and has fairly unexciting autofocus but the features packed into this upgraded version are enough to keep you from spending big bucks on the 80D or on another system like Fujifilm.
This camera is everything I was looking for to fulfill my childhood dream - to start learning photography.
Es una cámara muy buena, tiene una calidad muy alta, tiene acceso a los lentes intercambiables, creo que de las réflex de sensor pequeño ésta es la mejor; en relación calidad - precio, no tiene comparación, tiene el mismo sensor que una T7i pero cuesta como 5mil pesos menos.
I'm excited to get a decent DSLR. I've used my daughter's Canon T3i and thoroughly enjoyed the creativity it can bring. Now that I have my own camera I can have that much more photography fun! I'm looking forward to using the wifi to control the camera.
I wasn't sure about getting this in 2019, since the model is starting to age, but my doubts are gone. I use it mostly for video shooting (60 fps / 1080p) and I'm very happy. To my surprise my Sigma lens that I've had on my Canon XTi (which I purchased 12 years ago in late 2006) still fit on it, so that's a plus. Bottom line is there's no wonder why this is one of the most popular DSLR to shoot on Youtube -- it still has great value.
Mi primer cámara fue una Canon Rebel T2 análogica. He tenido ya varios productos Canon de excelente calidad.
Acheté à l'occasion du vendredi fou, avec l'objectif de base et un objectif additionnel de 55-250mm.
Are you a first time video maker like me? This is THE camera you want. Price wise, incredibly good, considering I got the lens included for a cheap add on deal.
This was my first foray into fancy premium cameras and I have not been disappointed. The lens that comes with the camera is fantastic and feels great to use. I've only just begun using it for projects but this was bought with the intention of using it for indie video production and I'm excited to get rolling on that.
This camera is so easy to learn on intuitively. Canon has tutorials on an app for android or iOS. If your a beginner this is the one. If you can navigate a cellphone you can easily learn this because of touchscreen capabilities and menus. One thing you need to purchase a memory card. I purchase a UHS 1 card and notice that I don't have the capability to shot video at 1080, so I will purchase a UHS 3 card which will enable 1080 video.