Canon EOS 800D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm IS STM Lens

Canon EOS 800D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm IS STM Lens

The high-performance Canon EOS 800D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm IS STM Lens boasts the world’s fastest Live View AF system, and is able to focus in just 0.03 seconds. It features a 24.2-megapixel sensor and fast DIGIC 7 image processor, which together deliver ready-to-print, detailed images. Its dual pixel CMOS AF mode tracks subjects as they move, focusing smoothly for professional results.

Key Features: Canon EOS 800D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm IS STM Lens

  • 24.2-megapixel sensor 
  • DIGIC 7 image processor 
  • 6 frames per second continuous focusing 
  • Bright optical viewfinder 
  • 45 cross-type autofocus points 
  • Vari-Angle touch screen colour LCD screen 
  • World’s quickest Live View AF system* focuses in as little as 0.03 seconds 
  • Built-in flash with Guide Number of 12 
  • Able to record 1080p Full HD video 
  • Dual pixel CMOS AF tracking for focusing on moving subjects 
  • In-body 5-axis image stabiliser 
  • HDR movie shooting allows users to capture detail in shadows and highlights 
  • WiFi, NFC, and Bluetooth connectivity

Key Features: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f4-5.6 IS STM Lens

  • Compact design at just 61.8mm long 
  • Lightweight and portable with a weight of 215g 
  • All-purpose lens with a standard zoom 
  • Suitable for general photography including portraiture, travel, landscape, and more 
  • Produces high-quality images and movies with excellent contrast and sharpness 
  • 4-stop image stabilisation system protects against blur caused by camera shake 
  • Stepper Motor (STM) autofocus system delivers fast and silent focusing 
  • Super Spectra Coating reduces flare and ghosting to deliver sharp, clear images 
  • Versatile design includes manual focus ring and controls for focus modes and IS 

*Among interchangeable-lens digital cameras with APS-C sized sensors with phase-difference detection AF on the image plane as of 14th February 2017, based on Canon research.