Lighter than any other SLR on test and smaller even than the diminutive Pentax K-S1, this classic Canon EOS 100D is the baby of Canon’s current line-up.
It’s a generation older than the 750D in terms of image sensor, processor and the hybrid sensor-based autofocus system for use in Live View and movie modes.
The regular phase-detection autofocus module is also quite basic. The budgest and high quality Canon EOS 100D features just nine AF points, of which only the central point is cross-type, able to resolve detail in both vertical and horizontal planes.
The Canon EOS 100D image sensor’s megapixel count of 18MP is lower than in any other SLR here, but it’s still higher than in either the Olympus or the Panasonic Micro Four Thirds cameras.