Canon 1100D + EF-S 18-55mm + EF 55-200mm 5161B077 User Manual (en)

Step up to DSLR image quality 
and shoot photographs that are 
rich in colour, low in noise and 
packed with crisp detail.
CMOS sensor 
Canon controls each aspect of its CMOS 
sensor production ensuring every EOS 
camera uses a sensor that is specifically 
designed for the job in hand. Each photosite 
on the sensor’s surface is equipped with an 
individual signal amplifier and microlens 
giving the EOS 1100D extraordinary 
performance in low light.
Image quality
Tv (Shutter Speed): 8.0
Av (Aperture Value): f/2.8
ISO Speed: 100
Lens: EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
A slow shutter speed was used  
to capture the ambient light 
and blur the water
Large APS-C  
sized sensor
The EOS 1100D is equipped with an 
APS-C-sized CMOS sensor that has been 
conceived, designed and manufactured  
by Canon to one end: to deliver superb 
images and video. The camera’s 
12-megapixel images, measuring 
4272x2848 pixels, are packed with fine 
detail, allowing them to be cropped in  
post production without loss of quality.
The relatively large size of the EOS 1100D 
sensor helps photographers control depth  
of field, shoot images in low light and  
record detail in bright highlights.
DIGIC 4 processor  
with 14-bit processing
At the heart of the EOS 1100D is Canon’s 
DIGIC 4 processor. This chip controls all 
aspects of the camera’s operation, including 
producing RAW and JPEG image files from 
the information recorded by the sensor at  
a rate of 3fps JPEG and 2fps RAW. 
The use of 14-bit architecture throughout 
the EOS 1100D gives these image files 
exceptional tonal gradation and colour 
depth. The DIGIC 4 processor also helps 
to reduce noise in images shot in low light 
and at high ISO sensitivities. 
Cropped image without loss of quality
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