New en­try-level Canon DSLR duo ar­rives

Amateur Photographer - - 7days -

CANON has an­nounced two new en­try-level DSLR cam­eras to sit at the start of its line-up. The 2000D is known as the Rebel T7 in some other mar­kets, such as the US, while the 4000D will not be avail­able world­wide.

The Canon EOS 2000D is a di­rect fol­low- on from 2016’s EOS 1300D, fea­tur­ing much of the same spec­i­fi­ca­tions but with a 24.1MP sen­sor (an in­crease from the 18MP sen­sor of the 1300D).

Fea­tures brought over from the pre­vi­ous model in­clude a Digic 4+ pro­ces­sor, a nine-point AF sys­tem, Full HD video record­ing, in­built Wi- Fi, an ISO range of 100- 6400 (na­tive), and a 3in, 920k- dot LCD screen.

Mean­while, for those on a tighter bud­get, the EOS 4000D has also been an­nounced. It has a lower res­o­lu­tion sen­sor (18 megapix­els) than the 2000D and a smaller screen. The 4000D’s screen is 2.7in (but stays at 920k dots). Fea­tures which are shared with the 2000D in­clude the pro­ces­sor, fo­cus­ing sys­tem, in­built Wi- Fi and Full HD video record­ing.

Both cam­eras in­clude an in­built ‘Fea­ture Guide’ to help walk be­gin­ners through the func­tions of the cam­era. Bat­tery life for both cam­eras is rated at 500 shots, or 1 hour 15 min­utes of Full HD video record­ing.

Avail­able now, the 2000D will cost £369.99 body only, or £469.99 when bought with an 18-55m kit lens. The 4000D will cost £329.99 body only, or £369.99 with the kit lens.

Both the EOS 2000D and EOS 4000D have a Fea­ture Guide to help users get to grips with their func­tions

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