Hello everyone, today we are going to review one of the most popular and affordable DSLR camera Canon EOS 700D. Before starting to talk about the price let’s take a look at some of the camera’s main features.


The sensor is the most crucial part of a digital camera and the one inside the Canon EOS 700D gives you lots of flexibility. It shoots at 18 Megapixels our standards which is more than enough for enlargements. But also means that if you want to crop an image, later on, you can still display or print at a reasonable size.

The camera sensitivity range is just as flexible going all the way up to ISO 6400, Or an equivalent of 12800. If you really need it this makes the camera super sensitive in low light. And that means you don’t necessarily need to use a tripod when there might not be enough light. Something else which helps here is the image stabilization system on the lens which is particularly useful at longer focal lengths camera shake.


Speaking of the lense of Canon EOS 700D is compatible with canons complete range of EF and EF-s lenses. Which is cover everything from fisheye and macro all the way up to really powerful telephoto lenses. So, whatever you want to shoot there’s bound to be a lens suitable for it.

Camera Setting For Images and Video Shooting

Clearly the better that you know your camera and what it’s capable of the better images that you stand to take. The manual that comes with the Canon EOS 700D  is pretty comprehensive. But also active the cameras guide mode to learn about what everything does as you shoot. Just turn this on in the menu and once you come to a specific setting such as focus drive or metering, the camera will explain exactly what it does the sorcerer when you are using the cameras live view function.

And when you are recording high-definition movies.  This is a great way to learn about what each setting does and what you control. You have got over each option but if you have just started out and you want to get a certain look without messing around with apertures white balance or anything else. You can use the camera’s creative auto modes to do just that. The creative auto mode allows you to change these kinds of setting quickly and easily.

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Instead of using different apertures. For example, you can just tell the camera whether you want the background more or less blurred by moving the maker in either direction. So, that saves some time when you are shooting. But you can also save yourself some editing time by using one of the camera’s creative filters.

When you want to take full control over your images you can select all the exposure options. Such as shutter priority, aperture priority, and manual from the modal.

There are few neat features on the Canon EOS 700D for still-life shooting. But the probably the most useful is the screen back which has a high resolution to help you get a clearer view of the scene. You can also zoom in the preview up to 10 times make sure that the focus is spot on.

Canon EOS 700D Screen

Something else that’s really useful is that the screen is sensitive to touch. So you can simply tap the area on the screen where you want to focus. This is great as it saves you from having to use the viewfinder to set the autofocus point. What’s even more useful is that you can set the camera to take the image as soon as it’s focused on the subject. All you need to do this press the button in the corner. And it will focus and expose in on go.

The screen can also be pulled away from the body and rotated around and angle. That’s really useful and working with a tripod. And you need to move the camera to a slightly awkward position to get the shot you need. But it’s also great when you shooting from ground level or hip level or even above crowds.

Track a subject

The cameras got a 9.5AF system with each point being crossed thought. That means that there are two sensors for each point and is particularly useful when there is not a great deal of light or against low contrast subjects. If you want to track a subject and you are getting the viewfinder. You quickly through the AI servo modes which will follow the subjects. As it moves around the scene you can even combine this with the cameras five frames per second burst mode. Which is really useful when you need to be shooting images continuously.

If you have got library enabled, you can simply select the tracking option key the subject that you want to be tracked on the screen. You don’t even have to fire the shutter if you don’t want to is a camera will do it all for you once it’s found focus.

Canon EOS 700D Price In Bangladesh

Canon EOS 700D DLSR camera price in Bangladesh: only body TK. 32000, with 18-55 mm STM kit lens price is about TK. 34000 to Tk 35ooo. And Canon EOS 700D DLSR camera price in India Starts from 30,900 Rupe. And the price in the USA at only $498.

To read the latest product reviews visit us regularly. And For more information on the Canon EOS 700D, you can visit Canon Official website. The UK, Australia Dubai, or any other country.


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