New Delhi, 30th March 2016- Canon India launched the Canon EOS 1300D, a high performance entry-level DSLR priced at an accessible level, to help beginners and photo hobbyists discover greater possibilities in photography.
Canon EOS 1300D is equipped with an 18.0 megapixel CMOS sensor and ISO speed expandable upto 12,8000, the new EOS 1300D is capable of capturing high quality images and Full HD movies and easily share them on the go through its WiFi/NFC connectivity feature.
The resolution of the 3-inch LCD screen has improved to nearly double at 920k dots, which should give you a sharper and clearer image. EOS 1300D comes with high performance optical viewfinder with enhanced 920,000-dot LCD monitor, easy to check focus during Live View Shooting. It is equipped with 9-Point Auto-Focusing system that allows fast and accurate auto-focusing on the subject.
The new entry-level DSLR Canon EOS 1300D is priced at Rs. 29,995 for the body and a EF-S 18-55 IS II kit lens. You also have a choice of another package which will include a EF-S 55-250 IS II zoom lens for Rs. 38,995. Both variants will be available starting April.
Canon EOS 1300D Summary
- Dimensions: Approx. 129.0 x 101.3 x 77.6mm
- Weight: Approx 440g(body only)
- Image sensor: 18.0-megapixel APS-C CMOS SENSOR
- Imaging processor: DIGIC 4+
- ISO speed: 100-6,400(expandable to 12,800)
- Continous shooting speed: 3fps
- Maximum video quality: Full HD 1080p@30fps
- AF: 9AF points
- WiFi: Yes
- NFC: Yes
- LCD: 3-inch(920,000 dots)
Andrew Koh, Vice President of Consumer Imaging and Information Centre, Canon India said, “Photography as a hobby and sporting a DSLR camera is quite the rage in India presently. So is social media, and everybody wants to share their images online with their friends immediately. With this a precursor, we are thrilled to launch the Canon EOS 1300D – a DSLR camera with inbuilt Wi-Fi & NFC. The Canon EOS 1300D creates great looking images and allows instantaneously sharing them as well – thus meeting the requirements of first time users, social media junkies and hobbyists alike.”