Canon EOS 4000D | EOS Rebel T100
Canons EOS 4000D, also known as EOS 3000D in Asia and EOS Rebel T100 in North America, was announced in February 2018 and is an ultra-entry-level DSLR camera that, together with its 'big sister' EOS 2000D, supersedes the former EOS 1300D. While the EOS 4000D is basically a "cost optimized" 1300D, lacking NFC and featuring a plastic lens mount as well as tiny 2.7 inch screen, the 2000D is the real successor.
We do generally recommend SDHC and SDXC memory cards with an UHS-I-interface and a SD Speed Class from 10/U1 or above, if you're using a Canon EOS 4000D / Rebel T100. Although UHS-I memory cards do not offer any additional speed, the read-out on your PC or Notebook is noticeably faster and you no longer pay extra for UHS-I models nowadays.