While mirror-less cameras are extremely popular at this moment, Canon hasn’t ignored its DSLRs. The camera beast has shortly launched a 24.1-megapixel APS-C sensor EOS Rebel SL3 with DIGIC 8 processor, 3.0-inch flip-around touchscreen for blogging and selfies and 4K video (with some enormous constraints). Above all, it’s Canon’s first EOS model to have Dual Pixel self-adjust with eye discovery in live view shooting mode. Although the specs of this DSLR is quite similar to Canon’s mirrorless EOS M50. On top of that this camera is also the most light-weighted in its EOS lineup at simply 15.84 ounces or 449 grams.
The Rebel SL3 is putting forth an optical framework with 9 AF points and spot focus for exact subject determination. Which makes it progressively desirable over professional shooters as they frequently lean toward DSLRs that utilizes separate stage recognize auto-focus (AF) frameworks to get subjects rapidly. In the meantime, it packs Canon’s vaunted Dual Pixel framework inserted right into the sensor that offers fast and exact AF for 1080p video and live view (non-optical) shooting. The eye-tracking AF is a major in addition to on a financial plan DSLR.
Here are few Highlights of the new Canon EOS Rebel SL3
- The SL3 is Canon’s first Rebel camera with 4K.
- One can shoot at 5 fps.
- The ISO ranges up to 25,600 (51,200 expanded).
- The battery delivers enormous 1,600 shots or 350 with live view.
- Thanks to automatic ‘smooth skin’ mode one can enjoy blurred background photos just like a smartphone.
- 3.0-inch flip-around touchscreen for selfie lovers.
- Sports a DIGIC 8 processor.
- 24.1-megapixel APS-C sensor.
Its nearest rival is likely to be Nikon’s $500 D3500 DSLR. The new Canon EOS Rebel SL3 launches to market toward the finish of April for $600, or $750 with an EF-S 18-55 mm f/4-5.6 IS focal point. In spite of the 4K impediments, the SL3 resembles a vastly improved camera over Nikon’s D3500 for just $100 more.