Canon EOS 1300D:
Canon is a champ at making versatile cameras, and the EOS 1300D is no less. The camera is your perfect work friend. Whether it’s a casual photography session with friends or a video shoot for a school project. With a compact 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 4+ image processor working in tandem. You will definitely get some sharp brilliant images. Further aiding these two is the ability of the camera to reduce noise so you get the best results.
The center focus of the Canon EOS 1300D is its 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor, this combined with the DIGIC 4+ image processor provides the camera with smooth processing, a speedy workflow and of course high-quality image results. The camera has an ISO range of 100-6400, which can be taken up to 12800 if needed. The camera is very novice in some forms though, with a continuous shot ability of just 3 fps. However, you can also burst shot gives you unlimited jpegs in a row or 6 raw shots consecutively.
In the video department, a maximum of Full HD 1080p videos can be recorded at 30 fps. This is a pretty decent result considering the small form factor and sensor of the camera.
The Canon EOS 1300D has a 9 point phase detection autofocus which makes use of a single cross-type point that results in a high degree of focus in the average lighting conditions. It is to be noted that the autofocus may be affected by lenses with a wider aperture. The focus system gets its agility and accuracy thanks to an AI Servo AF mechanism which helps in the tracking of objects and leads to sharp results.
Considering the small form factor and lightweight of the Canon EOS 1300D, the camera would work brilliantly with the Canon EFS 18-55mm DC III lens. This is a standard lightweight crop sensor lens that gives a focal length of 28.8-88mm on the EOS 1300D. There is one aspherical element to help with distortion and aberrations. The lens has a micromotor built inside which works smoothly with the camera and finally, you have an AF/MF switch to quickly shift from auto to manual focus if needed.
On the back of the Canon EOS 1300D rests a 3 inch 920k dot LCD display which helps in changing the settings, live view for shooting and image playback. The camera makes use of an Optical pentamirror viewfinder. This gives you a clear and sharp look at the frame in the front and is helpful for working in bright light conditions.
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