Here’s our concise review of the Canon EOS 2000D entry-level DSLR camera…
The slightly more advanced version of the 4000D, this offering is a little more up to date, with a price-tag to match. It boasts a 24.1MP APS-C sensor, EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II lens and 3in 920k-dot rear LCD screen. However, beyond this, and a few cosmetic upgrades, it’s a very similar story. You still get the 9-point phase detection autofocus system, 3fps continuous shooting speed and native ISO range of 100-6400, which isn’t as impressive an offering as others in test.
As you’d expect, the Canon has an in-built flash, which keeps it in-line with the rest of the competition and helps when shooting in low light, where an extra pop can be incredibly handy. It also manages to capture Full HD 1080p video at 30fps, which isn’t stand-out, but is handy to have if you’re looking to shoot some moving images.
Overall, there’s little to separate this from the 4000D, except build quality and megapixels. If you have the budget this is the superior choice, but if you’re looking to spend less, it’s the 4000D.
Find out more at the Canon website.
Easy to use
Lacking a touchscreen
Only 3fps burst shooting
Battery: 500 shots
Card type: SD, SDXC, SDHC
AF: 9 points