Canon 200D Review


The EOS Rebel SL2/ EOS 200D, Canon’s second-generation ultra-compact digital SLR is largely packed with Canon’s latest tech which includes Dual Pixel AF, a DIGIC 7 processor, Wi-Fi with NFC and Bluetooth, and a new user interface for beginners. The small size of this DSLR may lead one to believe that it’s an entry-level model, similar to Nikon’s D3400, but the SL2 actually sits above the bottom-end Rebel T6/EOS 1300D which costs $150 less.
Following are some key features about Canon 200D:
  • 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor
  • Dual Pixel autofocus (for live view and video)
  • 9-point autofocus (through the viewfinder)
  • DIGIC 7 processor
  • 3″ fully articulating touchscreen LCD
  • 5 fps burst shooting (3.5 fps with continuous AF)
  • 1080/60p video
  • External mic input
  • Wi-Fi with NFC and Bluetooth
  • Available ‘Feature Assistant’ user interface
Everything in the above list consists of Canon’s latest features. On the extra part, the external microphone input is the good one. The 9-point autofocus system which is identical to what’s found in the original SL1. This feature is over four years old and you’ll use this when shooting through the viewfinder. By shooting in live view you’ll get a great focusing experience. This feature uses Canon’s excellent Dual Pixel AF technology.
Canon 200D Specifications:
·        Resolution – 24MP
·        Sensor size – APS-C
·        Lens mount – EF
·        Image stab. – Lens-based
·        AF system (live view) – Dual Pixel
·        AF system (viewfinder) – 9-point
·        LCD – 3″ fully articulating
·        Touchscreen – Yes
·        Viewfinder type/mag. – OVF / 0.54x
·        # control dials – 1
·        Video – 1080/60p
·        Wireless – Wi-Fi + NFC + BT
·        Battery life – 650 (OVF) , 260 (LV)
·        Dimensions (mm) – 122x93x70
·        Weight – 453 g 


Following are some pictures clicked from Canon 200D: