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Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR Camera Review (Part 1)

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Canon has introduced the update version of the Canon EOS 650D model, the Canon EOS 700D, which features some updates to the 650D while the touchscreen and Hybrid AF are still retained to create continuous AF during the video recording process, stereo microphones, 5fps continuous shooting, built in HDR creation as well as the DIGIC 5 processor, which supports high ISO settings. What has been upgraded are the new case with better durability, a redesigned mode dial, creative filter review, enhanced view refresh rate and additional grid layouts.

The Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR

The Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR

Features

We tested the Canon EOS 700D with the new Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM, which has already been launched at the same time as the 700D and it is also slightly bigger compared to its alternative lens. This STM lens is the third generation of the STM lenses, which are designed to bring as less noise to the STM focusing when filming videos.

The product image

The product image

Main features

·         18.2 megapixel APS-C Hybrid CMOS sensor

·         Canon EOS-F lens mount

·         Hybrid AF system, 9-point cross-type

·         3 inch 1040k dot touch-screen

·         5fps continuous shooting

·         Full HD video with stereo microphones, manual controls

·         Continuous AF available in video

·         Integrated Speedlite transmitter

·         360 degree mode dial

·         Preview creative filters before shooting

·         ISO100-25600

·         440 shot battery life

·         HDR combines 3 shots

·         DIGIC 5 processor

Handling

Menu and button’s layout

Menu and button’s layout

The new mode dial is able to goes all the round as well as owning a new textured body.

What makes the Canon EOS 700D wonderful are the solid textured plastics and large rubber areas which provide ideal grips. The left side of the camera body is covered by a rubber coat, which give you an additional hand grip. The new plastic case makes the camera look very solid, even though a weather sealed design is not available in this camera like those of the well-known x00D range of Canon. The new 18-55mm STM kit lens comes with a large-size rubber grip as well as the textured front ring controlled manually.

The Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR

The Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR

Most of the external control buttons gives quick accesses to common settings and options such as ISO, WB, Drive, AF, color, Exposure and many others. The video mode is very easy to be accessed as it is laid on the On/Off switch. Moreover, an eye-detection sensor is also provided above the viewfinder. It will automatically switch the touchscreen off as soon as the camera is brought up to your face. As lying on the side, the memory card compartment is easy to access. The external microphone socket, remote, A/V out/ Digital, HDMI, Flash button and preview button can be seen on the other side of the device.

The screen is on the back

The screen is on the back

Menu

The menu system of Canon is well and logically laid out, enabling you to change additional settings as well as options. However, we think that we hardly use the menu when there is a large number of control buttons on the camera, which means that we can adjust the settings quickly without entering the menu. The menus are colorful as the shooting menus are red; playback menus are blue; setup ones are amber and “my menu” is green. In the “my menu” section, you will be able to adjust your settings onto one page, which is very convenient for you to quickly access into your favorite settings. Easy and quick to use and navigate are characteristics of this menu system enabled by the touch screen. The menus also feature built-in help, and quicker access to options and can be easily found by pressing the Q button on the back and then setting options on the rear screen.

The 700D has been updated its live view mode with a higher refresh speed of 60fps compared to 30fps on the 650D, as well as additional view options for grip display and aspect ratio.

The camera’s battery

The camera’s battery

Battery life

The camera’s battery life is estimated to be about 440 shots according the testing results of CIPA. This result is good, although the battery indicator does not work properly as it suddenly goes to empty level when the battery is nearly up.

The screen

The screen

Speed

We took some pictures to test the responsiveness of the camera, from switch to the first shot, shot to shot, focus speed… We take some shots and come up with the average to have the most accurate and consistent result, making it easier to compare with other cameras.

Canon EOS 700D

·         Shutter Response (Live View): 0.05 (0.05)

·         Wide - Focus / Shutter Response (Live View): 0.2 (0.9**)

·         Full zoom - Focus / Shutter Response (Live): 0.15 (1.1**)

·         Switch on Time to Taking a Photo: 0.7

·         Shot to Shot without Flash: 0.4

·         Shot to Shot with Flash: 0.5

·         Continuous Shooting (shots before slow down): 5fps (~/3 shots*)

·         Continuous Shooting – Flash: 2fps

·         Continuous Shooting - RAW: 5fps (7 shots)

Canon EOS 650D

·         Shutter Response (Live View): <0.05 (0.05)

·         Wide - Focus / Shutter Response (Live View): 0.2 (1.3)

·         Full zoom - Focus / Shutter Response (Live): 0.15 (1.4-1.8)

·         Switch on Time to Taking a Photo: 0.4

·         Shot to Shot without Flash: 0.4

·         Shot to Shot with Flash: 0.5

·         Continuous Shooting (shots before slow down): 5fps (~/3 shots*)

·         Continuous Shooting – Flash: 2fps

·         Continuous Shooting - RAW: 5fps (7 shots)

The shutter responses very quickly no matter which mode you use, live view or standard shooting. When using standard method, we witness very quick focus process. However, it is reversed when using the live view, and very similar to the Canon EOS 650 D, although it might be faster when the “Quick mode” is activated. Switch on time, shot to shot (with or without flash light) are excellent. Continuous shooting gives wonderful result, although it might be slower than both of the distortion correction options which are activated when shooting at 4fps.

* 3 shots before slowing down (JPEG) with distortion correction activated. The sign of slowdown seems to disappear when the distortion correction is deactivated.

** Quick mode enabled, this seems to be for switching off the live view mode, using regular focusing and then the live view would be on again, with the standard live view focus which requires more time to be done.

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