If you want complete control of the image and unlimited possibilities for creativity, your choice is a digital mirror camera with a replacement optic. Even the most budgetary models for photographic quality do little to the professional line cameras. Often, they are only simplified management, autofocus speed, exposition accuracy and thin lines that are not always understood and needed by a newcomer. In this article, we will consider the most accessible versions of the early 2015 cameras and compare them to those of the previous model row, in order to find out whether to overpaid for a more new camera. I'll start with the most accessible models of mirror cameras.
Canon EOS 1100D
One of the most budgeted and popular cameras in the Canon line, the Canon EOS 1100D model, has all the key elements that may be required by a starter photographer: a convenient vain, a good autofocus, and an opportunity to change the optic. Inside the cameras of 12 mega-pixel APS-C matrix, 9-point autofocus, HD video film function and, most importantly, intuitively understandable interface with simple navigation and good clues. However, more than three years have elapsed since this photocamper was released. Pure, no noise, the picture of the camera can be released to the ISO 800 response value. At the higher ISO, there's already a drop in detail due to the e-pressure operation. The maximum permit for the video is 1280x720p, and the screen resolution is only 230,000 piccells at the diagonal level of 2, 7 inch. Like any digital devices, cameras are rapidly evolving. Today, on such parameters as matrix noise, the maximum resolution of the video and the detail of Canon EOS 1100D screen is outdated. However, it has excellent price/quality indicators.