Back in 2013, Canon announced the EOS 100D DSLR camera. The camera is pretty small as far as DSLRs are concerned but we guess it makes it easier to carry compared to the higher-end professional cameras which tend to be much bigger and heavier. That being said, it seems that Canon has an exclusive model that they have announced in the UK in the form of an all-white EOS 100D camera which you can see pictured above.
As you can see in the image above, the entire camera has been painted white, save for certain parts of the camera, but safe to that pretty much the entire camera has been given a new coat of paint which we have to say is pretty striking. We can only imagine that it will look pretty good and sleek in the snow, especially if you’re trying to camouflage the camera.
In terms of the hardware, it will pack the same hardware as the regular EOS 100D. This means that photographers can look forward to an 18MP hybrid CMOS AF II sensor. It will also come with an optical viewfinder, a larger touchscreen display, Full HD video recording, and will also come bundled with the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens that has also been given a coat of white paint.
If you’re looking to attach a different lens, then we guess there will be a clash of colors, but if the 18-55mm kit lens is more than enough for you, then you’re looking at a pretty sleek looking device. As for pricing and availability, Canon has announced that the white EOS 100D will be priced at £499/€599 and will be available starting from May 2014.