Canon Europe has launched the EOS 4000D, a still more cut-down version of the EOS 2000D/T7 announced earlier today. The 4000D shares its body and viewfinder with its more expensive sibling (and previous cameras of this Series), but relies on a version of the 18MP Sensor first introduced nine years ago in the EOS 7D, and the DIGIC 4+ processor that made its debut in Canon’s 2014 model-year compacts. The camera’s rear display is a 2.7-Inch LCD that we last encountered in 2011’s EOS 1100D/Rebel T3. Finally, some kits of the camera will include the unsterilized 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 III first announced in February of 2011, Although We’re pretty sure the plastic lens mount is a first for a digital EOS.
Simple DSLR storytelling to set you apart
Creating distinctive stories with DSLR quality photos and Full HD movies is easier than you think with the 18 Megapixel EOS 4000D. Share instantly and shoot remotely via your compatible smartphone with Wi-Fi* and the Canon Camera Connect app.
Striking photos, cinematic movies
Easily capture stunning images, with natural background blur, even in tricky light, with an 18 Megapixel sensor that has up to 19x more surface area than many smartphones**.
Social sharing, remote shooting
Instantly transfer photos and movies to your smart device, for easy sharing on social media or cloud backup, and shoot remotely with Wi-Fi * and the Canon Connect app.
Just frame and shoot for great results with Scene Intelligent Auto. Enjoy guided Live View shooting with Creative Auto mode and add unique finishes with Creative Filters.
Shoot with confidence
Capture the moment just as you remember it with precise auto focus, 3.0 fps and DIGIC 4+. Easily frame your shots with the optical viewfinder and see results on a 6.8 cm LCD screen.