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Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Hands-On Preview

We have a hands-on look at the new Canon EOS 1300D - the entry level DSLR with built in Wi-Fi.

|  Canon EOS 1300D (Rebel T6) in Digital SLRs
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Canon EOS 1300D DSLR (4)

We have a look at the new Canon EOS 1300D - the entry level Digital SLR features an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, and built-in Wi-Fi, as well as a very reasonable price of around £299. 

The camera feels sturdy with a good rubber grip, both front and back. It feels well built despite being labelled as an entry level camera, and doesn't feel like a budget camera at all.  

The 1300D features Scene Intelligent Mode, allowing the camera to choose the most fitting mode for the scene. There is also a new food mode built in, helping you to capture the best possible shots of your meals. Of course, semi-automatic as well as full manual controls are also available.  

You can capture Full HD video and there is an ISO range expandable to 12800 allowing for better low light photos. Wi-Fi and NFC are built in too, for simple sharing. 

Canon EOS 1300D (Rebel T6) Hands-On Photos of Equipment


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Photographs taken using the Canon EOS 1300D (Rebel T6)

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blackdog64 11 4
26 Mar 2016 11:02AM
You call that a review? I've read longer parking tickets. Please live in the real world: for many people, this level of camera is all they can afford and in depth reviews of just high end gear are useless to them. They want to know just what they can expect from this camera, how does it compare to models above it in price range and is it adequate for what they want to use it for. You may not want to "waste time" reviewing entry level equipment and may prefer to play with pro level cameras, but this does little to help beginners and/or those on a budget. No wonder so many think that their phone is the photographic equal of a proper SLR. Such "reviews" do little to enlighten them.

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AlexandraSD 8 769 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2016 2:10PM
Dear Santa, please dont give me a Canon for christmas...

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