Canon 200D WITH STM LENS PRE-OWNED

R6,499.00

The Canon EOS 200D, also known as the Canon Rebel SL2 in some regions, is a compact and lightweight digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. If you are considering purchasing a pre-owned Canon 200D with an STM lens, here is a general overview of the camera and lens:

Canon EOS 200D:

  1. Sensor: The Canon 200D typically features an APS-C-sized 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor.
  2. Image Processor: It is equipped with the DIGIC 7 image processor, providing good image quality and performance.
  3. ISO Range: The camera has a standard ISO range suitable for various lighting conditions.
  4. Autofocus: The 200D usually features a Dual Pixel CMOS AF system for fast and accurate autofocus, particularly useful in live view and video shooting.
  5. LCD Screen: It comes with a vari-angle 3.0-inch touchscreen LCD for flexible composition and easy menu navigation.
  6. Video Recording: The 200D supports Full HD video recording (1080p) with continuous autofocus during video capture.
  7. Wireless Connectivity: It is likely to have built-in Wi-Fi and NFC for easy sharing of images and remote camera control using a smartphone or tablet.
  8. Scene Intelligent Auto Mode: The camera typically includes a beginner-friendly auto mode that automatically analyzes the scene and selects the optimal settings.
  9. Creative Filters: The 200D may offer creative filters and effects to add artistic touches to your photos.
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Description

Canon EF-S 18-55mm STM Lens:

  1. Focal Range: The 18-55mm lens provides a versatile focal range suitable for various types of photography, including landscapes and portraits.
  2. STM Autofocus: The STM (Stepping Motor) technology in the lens allows for smooth and quiet autofocus, making it suitable for video recording.
  3. Image Stabilization: Some versions of the 18-55mm lens may include image stabilization (IS) to reduce the impact of camera shake, especially in low-light conditions.

When purchasing a pre-owned camera and lens, it’s essential to inspect the overall condition, check for any signs of wear or damage, and inquire about the usage history. Ask the seller for details about the camera’s functionality, shutter count, and if it comes with accessories or the original packaging.

For the most accurate and up-to-date information, refer to the official Canon website or the camera’s user manual.