Canon® A3300 vs Canon®100 HS - Page 4, 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating
Canon A3300 and Canon 100 HS Similarities
In the last two pages we went over some of the differences between the A3300 and the 100 HS, and now we’re going to look at the specifications they have in common. These cameras are very similar in many ways, as you might have guessed from the last two pages. Here are the similarities between the two:
- Both cameras have an built-in flash that will help when shooting at night or in low-light situations. The flashes are essentially identical, as you can see from the photos above. The A3300 has a slight advantage in sensor sensitivity, but when it comes to the flash they stack up the same.
- The display on each camera is also identical. You’ll get a 3-inch LCD that covers nearly the entire back of the camera. The display also serves as the viewfinder as neither model has a traditional optical viewfinder.
- Both cameras have a built-in optical image stabilizer. The stabilizer will help make sure your photos aren’t blurry when you’re shooting from a moving vehicle or other situations where the camera might be bouncing around.
- Both cameras have the same aperture settings, ranging from f/2.8 to f/5.9. This means that your ability to shoot creative photos with changes in depth of field will be the same on both models.
As you can see, these cameras are very similar in many regards. The A3300 will serve you well if you want the added photo quality you can get with 16 megapixels. On the other hand, the HS 100 is the champion when it comes to video and burst photo shooting. The price is basically the same, so the choice in this case really depends on your preferences. Whichever model you choose you can rest assured that you’ll be getting one of the best compact point and shoots available on the market today.