The Canon 1300D is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.6x) sensor and 18 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2018 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 3 FPS x 6 RAW, 1100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 350 €;
48 users have given it an average vote of 8.3 out of 10
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Opinion:This was my first reflex. Initially it was able to cover the necessities I had in the open air and in the daytime, when I began to experience the night (or the closed) I realized to have in my hands a camera body that has quarreled with the ISO from 800 up. To be an entry-level is not bad: you can put it everywhere and weighs nothing; But at the moment you go outside of the optimum conditions by many noise problems, AF and image quality itself. I would recommend it as the first camera body for those who have never snapped. As for the 18-55 given in kit, it is in kit for a reason...
Pros:Interesting price, WiFi, battery life, simple and intuitive menu for those who start, great possibility of choice objectives
Cons:Autofocus not very fast, ISO tightness (in limited amount of light type indoors), there is no double ring (diaphragms and Times)
Opinion:Great for beginners and those who plan to learn the basics of photography. I would not recommend it to an experienced audience or who wants to use it as a second body. Little, indeed very few differences with his ancestor 1200D. Personally I used it also with vintage lenses and did not behave badly, thanks to the live view and enlargements I managed to focus correctly. The 18-55 that they give regularly supplied is nothing special, indeed. I think I've used it very few times. Maybe a coupon used by someone trustworthy because no?!?
Cons:ISO seal, suffers with autofocus in low light, focus points.
Opinion:Excellent entry level for those who want to start to understand the operation of a reflex. Excellent in good light conditions but suffers a lot with low light having to raise the ISO already at 800 you have so much noise. However a good car for those who want to start without investing a lot but if the passion continues soon will be aware of these limits.
Pros:Price, ease of use, sensor, display definition, compactness, grip, aesthetics
Cons:High ISO (but forgifable), very small viewfinder and dark, lighting of the points for the confirmation of the MAF do not see if not in low light, touch keep the "beep" and remember which point you are using. If you use them all you do not understand which hooks. Unacceptable the absence of the Jack input for the microphone!!!
Opinion:It's an entry level, and it was the cheapest SLR on the market until last year, so there's little to complain about. But I must say that, until now is the entry level economic most successful House canon, able to give really great satisfaction. Squeezing it well and flaning it with optics of a certain caliber, the satisfactions are many. In optimal light conditions produces very beautiful files, it exhibits well and the Auto WB always does its job very well, so much so that in PP I almost never touch it. It remains the most valid choice for those approaching photography and does not want to spend much: the new 2000d and 4000d are both a downgrade, 24 mpx are too noisy for this processor.
Pros:Price, compactness, quality (relative to price), easy to use, battery life
Cons:Iso seal, Gust, AF points, a little plasticosa, little customizable
Opinion:I had the 1300d as the first machine and I must say that for the cost it has is perfect to approach the world of photography. Unfortunately it has some flaws like the small and dark viewfinder (but in the end almost all the APSC are so) very poor ISO seal, gust by 3fps (if I'm not mistaken), a few AF points... The body is quite plasticky but in the end done well and the machine very light and compact. With Canon you have a huge choice of lenses with very good quality/price ratios and that's good.
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