Canon EOS 1300D 18MP Digital SLR Camera (Black) with 18-55 and 55-250mm IS II Lens, 16GB Card and Carry Case
Canon’s EOS 1200D (Canon 1200D Amazon) was the gossip of the city when it was initiated past two years and it continues to be fairly trendy with beginners, frequently due to the company’s violent marketing campaigns. Currently, we’ll be checking its successor, the EOS 1300D (Canon 1300D Amazon), which was inaugurated newly in our country at approximately the same rate as the extrovert model. Canon 1300D Review.
The brand new EOS 1300D adds Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities, surrounded by another minor modification in order to make it modern and attractive for the first-time customer. So, is this going to become the new grace with the presence of the camera at the entry level? Let’s find out.
Model and Manufacturing
Canon hasn’t lost too far from its existing blueprint and the Canon EOS 1300D looks effectively identical to its sibling. The body is built utterly of plastic with a matte texture which is excellent for grip and is somewhat challenging to scratches. There’s rubber stuffing where your fingers and thumb would go, which makes it easy to shoot with a single hand. Fitting and finishing are decent, and canon 1300d lenses are very supportive to capture quality pictures, although the superiority of the plastics recommend that this gadget was made with a taut budget in mind.
When compared to the canon 1200d specifications and the body of EOS 1200D, the body of the EOS 1300D is light in weight at 440g and a bit more compact and the canon 1300d specifications are performance based. Which is really evident when you compare them side by side? On the left, the 1300D has a Mini-HDMI port, a Mini-USB port, and an input for a wired remote. All the buttons are positioned to the right of the LCD, and consist of shortcuts for ISO, drive mode, white balance, and autofocus. This also amplifies as navigation buttons for the menu system. There is a dedicated button just near the optical viewfinder for switching to live view. Canon also has an added advantage of a Wi-Fi signal, LED which flashes when the camera is coupled to a smartphone.
The underlying specifications of this camera have not altered much compared to the 1200D. Our latest model still rocks with a native ISO range of 100-6400, and 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, and is capable of 3fps burst shooting. The image processor has been bounced up to Canon’s Digit 4+. The Canon EOS 1300D can shoot in RAW, JPEG and JPEG+RAW modes, and video recording is maximum out at 1920x1080p at 30fps. The sensor has a total of nine autofocus points together with one cross-type point in the centre.
The leading edition is however connected to Wi-Fi. Once you install the Canon Camera it connects app on your phone, pairing it through NFC is very easy, on tapping your phone to the NFC logo on the device. You can even do it in a primitive way if your device lacks NFC. This app lets you have a glance at all the pictures you’ve shot and transfer them if you wish to share. Images copied to the handset are resized to 1920×1080, which makes them smaller and easier to share on social media. These copies are roughly every 1.7MB in size and the transfer speed is very quick over Wi-Fi Direct. To know more check the canon 1300d review.
In the ISO tests, the EOS 1300D considered well till ISO 800, with effective colours and intelligent details. At ISO 1600, you will see a minor dip in sharpness as certain luminance noise starts edging in. Going up to ISO 3200 and 6400 outcomes in almost not viable pictures with huge luminance noise, and detail level acquires a big hit.
Canon camera does a decent job capturing meticulous images in daylight. Color reproduction is high-quality. Focusing speed is good but it takes some effort to get a lock on the preferred focus area. Landscape shots do not exhibit any evident barrel distortion but close-ups do at times. The camera supervises a decent level of depth of field at its widest space setting, which is useful when shooting portraits.
Our brand new Canon EOS 1300D can be found online at roughly ₹ 32,000, which is not awful for an entry-level DSLR, except that the EOS 1200D with two lenses (18-55mm and 55-250mm) can also now bring into being at roughly the same price.
After a delay of nearly two years, the Canon EOS 1300D is only a minor upgrade over the EOS 1200D. As far as followers go, the most prominent improvements are the higher resolution display and the addition of Wi-Fi.