The Canon EOS 4000D is the most budget-friendly Canon DSLR and features an 18MP APS-C-size sensor. It uses Canon's DIGIC 4+ image processor which offers an ISO range of 100-6400, expandable to 12800, as well as 3 fps burst shooting. It features a 9-point AF system with a cross-type sensor at the center. The 4000d uses a 2.7-inch, 230,000-dot LCD or, of course, an optical viewfinder. It features a host of scene modes, including a Scene Intelligent Auto mode, plus numerous creative filters. Full HD can be captured at 30p, 25 or 24p. The 4000D also has Wi-Fi for sharing images via Canon's Camera Connect app.Until now, the EOS model line designated by four digits (in all regions other than the US, where we've had the Rebel XS, T3, T5 and T6) has been Canon's no-frills entry-level DSLR. Until recently the 2000D held that dubious honor, but Canon obviously thinks there’s room for another camera that trims the fat even more, and – confusing nomenclature aside – the EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D is the result.Canon hopes the aggressively priced EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D will appeal to new users who have been drawn into photography via their smartphones, and are now ready to make the next step.
However, those new users have become accustomed to large and intuitive touchscreen displays, and, significantly, Canon hasn't seen fit to include one on the EOS Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D – so will it feel like a step backwards rather than forwards?