New entry-level Canon DSLR duo arrives
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