Canon EOS 1300D: Offering an 18MP Image Sensor, DIGIC 4+ Image Processor and 9 Point AF System
Canon’s newest DSLR is finally out in open featuring a wide range of innovative and even standard specifications. Considered as a budget friendly shooter this rendition from Canon also stacks in the latest connectivity schemes followed by a sturdy chassis. Here is how the specs sheet associated with this camera, looks like in detail:
The Canon EOS 1300D brings in an 18MP APS-C image sensor working in tandem with the DIGIC 4+ image processor. The CMOS sensor supports multiple aspect ratios in 1:1, 16:9, 4:3 and even 3:2. In terms of ISO range this shooter supports 100-6400 expandable further up to 12800. 6 white balance presets are on offer in addition to the custom white balance mode, RAW image format and two JPEG quality levels. The 9 Point AF system works perfectly followed by the availability of manual focus. Canon EF/EF-S is the existing lens mount with a 1.6x FL multiplier.
This camera stacks in a 3 inch LCD offering 920K dots, in terms of resolution. An optical viewfinder is featured with 95 percent coverage limit.
Photography and Videography
The Canon EOS 1300D boasts of built-in flashlight and 3 metering modes. Burst mode is supported at 3 frames per second. This camera also brings in the concept of external flash besides the existing flash range of 9.20m. Full HD videos can also be recorded with ease.
Connectivity and Storage
USB 2.0 is supported by this camera in addition to the mini-HDMI port and built-in wireless support. SD, SDXC and SDHC digital cards can be accommodated as well.
Battery and Physical Attributes
Canon’s latest is powered by a standard Li-Ion battery unit offering up to 500 shots on one charge. This camera weighs 485 grams.