Along with the 600D I mentioned a bit ago, Canon also has the new EOS 1100D DSLR as well. The camera will also ship in March at an undisclosed price. The camera has a 12MPAPS-C image sensor and uses the Canon 14-bit DIGIC 4 image processor. It can shoot continuously at 3.2 fps for fast bursts.
The camera also has the onscreen user guide along with lots of automatic scene modes and Basic+ settings that allow fine-tuning of some auto modes to meet light conditions. The 1100D has an ISO range of 100-6400 and a 9-point autofocus system.
The LCD on the rear is a 2.7-inch unit with 230K dot resolution. The range of Canon EF and EF-S lenses will work with the camera. The 1100D is a bit confusing; the specs don’t seem as good as the 600D despite having a numerically higher model number that makes me think it's higher up the range.
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