The Canon Rebel T7, also known as the Canon EOS 2000D, is one of the latest DSLRs from the Japanese camera giant.
Aimed at anyone after a straightforward, reliable and capable DSLR, it combines a raft of features designed to help beginners get the most out of their photography with a low price tag. This isn't a camera filled with fancy tricks or gimmicks – it simply has a solid core in place to let you develop your own creativity.
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Familiar features include a DIGIC 4+ processing engine and 9-point AF system, together with video recording in Full HD quality. The camera also uses the same EF-S mount as Canon's other entry-level DSLRs, which allows it to mount the same collection of EF- and EF-S-fit lenses – not just from Canon, but many third-party manufacturers too.
There's a handful of new additions too, such as the 24.1MP APS-C sensor, which allows you to achieve much better and more natural separation from subject and background than a smartphone would allow. And, of course, Canon has sought to make image sharing just as convenient as it is on a smartphone, with Wi-Fi and NFC technologies on board.
Canon EOS Rebel SL7 / EOS 2000D key specs:
No frills, no fuss – just everything you need to get going with DSLR shooting
Type: DSLR | Sensor: APS-C | Megapixels: 24.1MP | Lens mount: Canon EF-S | Screen: 3in LCD, 920k dots | Viewfinder: Yes, optical | Continuous shooting: 3fps | Movies: 1080p | User level: Beginner