Canon EOS 1300D is an SLR camera with APS-C sensor with 18 megapixels; It incorporates a DIGIC 4+ and an autofocus module detection 9-point phase with a Food mode and Wi-Fi connectivity want to break the heart of Food Instagrammer.
After presenting the flagship Canon EOS 1_D X Mark II and have satisfied the palate of the average high-end users in the field APS-C with Canon EOS 80D, now the Japanese manufacturer puts on the plate renewal for its entry level, the new Canon EOS 1300D. Canon is focusing on aggressive price for this model, which in fact is positioned List to € 390 for the body only version.
Canon EOS 1300D is an SLR camera with APS-C sensor with 18 megapixels; It integrates a DIGIC 4+ and a module autofocus detection of phase by 9 points, of which only the central sensitive to cross with optics up to f/5.6). It is a model aimed at those who approach for the first time in an SLR camera and it puts a lot of emphasis on automatic mode, in particular, the ‘Intelligent Scene’ mode that automatically selects the most appropriate based on the framed scene setting. There is also a Food, dedicated mode, along with Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC, the Food Instagrammer most hardened, allowing him to get photos of their best dishes than clicking a cell phone, but with the same sharing options with the app to remote management for iOS and Android. It is easily accessible from the ring of rotating ways to reach fork and knife…
The camera then records Full HD video at up to 30fps, while the ‘Video Snapshot’ option you can record a series of short clips that are automatically combined into a video sequence that tells the whole day. The burst does mark a little commendable value of 3 frames per second, but on the other hand, the sports photography is certainly not that of choice for this type of products. The sensitivity of extends from 100 to 6400 ISO with the possibility to get in the expansion mode to 12,800 ISO. The pentaprism viewfinder has coverage of 95% field of view.