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Canon EOS 200D DSLR 24.2 MP WiFi NFC Built in Flash with 18-55mm Lens - Black for £369.99 delivered @ Argos eBay
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Canon EOS 200D DSLR 24.2 MP WiFi NFC Built in Flash with 18-55mm Lens - Black for £369.99 delivered @ Argos eBay

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The EOS 200D, the world's lightest DSLR with a Vari-Angle screen, is big on features shooting at 24.2-megapixel to deliver rich detail and colour that looks fantastic straight from the camera – perfect for big prints, photobooks, on-line galleries and telling stories with your photos. Instinctive controls and a touchscreen that feels just like your smartphone it comes with WiFi and NFC to easily connect and share.

The powerful DIGIC 7 processor capture pictures in low-light conditions and the Dual Pixel CMOS AF delivers the world's fastest Live View focusing.

A large APS-C sensor makes it easy to shoot with shallow depth of field – keeping faces pin-sharp against a beautifully blurry background - ideal for portraits. This approach is used by professional photographers the world over.

The EOS 200D is the world's lightest DSLR with a Vari-Angle screen, designed to be carried without weighing you down so you can enjoy DSLR photography in more places.

Camera model number 200.

Sensor:

  • CMOS sensor type.
  • 24.2 megapixels.
  • Sensor cleaning.
  • Sensor size 22.3 x 14.9mm.

Shooting:

  • Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second (JPEG).
  • Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second (RAW).
  • Red eye reduction.
  • Self timer.
  • Shutter speed of 30 to 1/4000 sec.

Exposure modes:

  • Scene intelligent auto, no flash, creative auto, portrait, landscape, close-up, program, shutter priority, aperture priority, manual, sports mode, HDR.

Screen information:

  • 3in touchscreen screen with LCD technology and live view.

White balancing:

  • Auto, white balance bracketing, preset, custom.

Flash:

  • Hot shoe for additional flash.
  • Built-in flash.

Exposure:

  • Evaluative, partial, centre weighted.
  • ISO range from 100 to 51200.

Focusing:

  • Auto focus with 9 focus points in the viewfinder, manual focus.

Connectivity:

  • Wi-Fi, NFC & Bluetooth.
  • USB port.
  • HDMI mini port.
  • Records in PAL.
  • Records in NTSC.
  • PictBridge compatible.

File types:

  • Maximum size H6000 x W4000 in pixels.
  • RAW.
  • JPEG.
  • RAW + JPEG.
  • Records at 1080p with sound.

Power:

  • Rechargeable battery.
  • Removable battery.
  • (included).

Lens information:

  • Lens mounts: EF-S.
  • Standard lens included.
  • Lens focal length 18 - 55mm.
  • Aperture f/5.6-3.5.
  • 58mm filter.

Memory card:

  • SD, SDHC, SDXC, (not included).

Physical specification:

  • Weight 673g.
  • Shoulder strap, battery charger.
  • Size H9.26, W12.24, D6.98cm.
  • Viewfinder coverage 100%.
  • Viewfinder optical adjustment.
  • Single lens kit.
  • Tripod compatible.



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Auto focus with 9 points ..
How does this compare to Nikon D3400/3500 or D5000 series ? It certainly looks great is the 18/55mm kit lenses any good ?
I got the canon 4000d last week for £207 on ebay with a code, and I couldn't be any happier. A super camera with lots of features and very easy to use.
ijwia16/01/2020 13:22

How does this compare to Nikon D3400/3500 or D5000 series ? It certainly …How does this compare to Nikon D3400/3500 or D5000 series ? It certainly looks great is the 18/55mm kit lenses any good ?


The latest Nikon kit lens, Nikon 18-55mm AF-P, is better than the Canon kit lens here, it's sharper, especially wide open, faster focusing and totally silent.
Great spot OP. Just ordered mine. This is a Which? Best Buy with a score of 75%. The newer 250D can record video in 4K but image stabilization isn't as good as this one and this is better in low light.
I've one of these and I think it's amazing. Absolute bargain. That lens isn't great but enough to get you started.
nokiafusion16/01/2020 12:18

Auto focus with 9 points ..


I don't understand why this is important, I only ever use one focus point when I'm shooting with the mirror, the one in the middle. I focus then recompose. Maybe I'm missing something?
tooner17/01/2020 13:21

I don't understand why this is important, I only ever use one focus point …I don't understand why this is important, I only ever use one focus point when I'm shooting with the mirror, the one in the middle. I focus then recompose. Maybe I'm missing something?


Hmm.. so why aren’t all cameras 9 focus points. Why for instance say Sony a6000 -179 focus points, a7 -425.. ?
yes if your running it in manual but this is a beginners camera so I would presume it would be mostly used in auto.
nokiafusion17/01/2020 13:35

Hmm.. so why aren’t all cameras 9 focus points. Why for instance say Sony a …Hmm.. so why aren’t all cameras 9 focus points. Why for instance say Sony a6000 -179 focus points, a7 -425.. ?yes if your running it in manual but this is a beginners camera so I would presume it would be mostly used in auto.


I don't think I've ever used it in auto. I use the middle focus point to select what I'm focusing on, half depress the button to lock the focus, then I recompose my shot before pressing to open the shutter. I'm no expert, it's just how I do it.

I would love to know why selecting an AF point would be better and which scenarios would benefit from this, because I genuinely don't know.
Is this better than the canon M6 deal?
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