Canon EOS 1300D 18MP Digital SLR Camera (Black) with 18-55 and 55-250mm is II Lens, 16GB Card and Carry Case

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  • Brand: ‎Canon
  • Manufacturer: ‎Canon, 1860-180-3366
  • Model: ‎EOS 1300D
  • Model Name: ‎EOS 1300D
  • Product Dimensions: ‎2 x 3 x 1.27 cm; 485 Grams
  • Batteries: ‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: ‎EOS 1300D
  • Flash: ‎Built-in
  • Resolution: ‎18
  • Compatible Devices: ‎Camera
  • Special Features: ‎Time-lapse
  • Mounting Hardware: ‎Camera, 18-55 Lens, 55-250mm Lens, 16GB Memory Card, Carry Case
  • Display Technology: ‎LCD
  • Standing screen display size: ‎3 Inches
  • Optical Zoom: ‎18
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: ‎18 MP
  • Min Focal Length: ‎55 Millimeters
  • Video Capture Resolution: ‎1080p
  • Voltage: ‎7.4 Volts
  • Batteries Included: ‎No
  • Batteries Required: ‎Yes
  • Battery Cell Composition: ‎Lithium Ion
  • Connector Type: ‎Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC
  • Form Factor: ‎DSLR
  • Flash Modes Description: ‎Automatic
  • Mounting Type: ‎Canon EF Mount
  • Viewfinder Type: ‎Optical
  • Has Self Timer: ‎Yes
  • Manufacturer: ‎Canon
  • Item Weight: ‎485 g


  • Sensor: APS-C CMOS Sensor with 18 MP (high resolution for large prints and image cropping)
  • ISO: 100-6400 sensitivity range (critical for obtaining grain-free pictures, especially in low light)
  • Image Processor: DIGIC 4+ with 9 autofocus points (important for speed and accuracy of autofocus and burst photography), Powerful DIGIC processing
  • Video Resolution: Full HD video with fully manual control and selectable frame rates (great for precision and high-quality...

    User reviews

    I have been using this camera for a long time now. I bought this camera back in 2016 from Amazon. This has been a constant since then but then it is not the best constant you would wanna have that's why I shifted to cameras like 77d and a6300. You would wanna change the camera after a certain point of time. Because of its poor ISO settings and also picture quality is pretty average. It is plain and kind of bland. The focus points are less comparing to its competitor d3400 even the ISO kind of gives you a better performance in 3400. The ISO goes up to 25600 where as its pretty ordinary when it comes to canon. Paying some extra 6000 rupees for a better camera and a lens is definitely worth it. You won't regret on buying it at the end of the day. Because you would wanna stick to what you have with the satisfactory level getting fulfilled. Being a film student I generally shoot a lot of videos but trust me this camera is pretty trash when it comes to video and specially in low lights. The colour production is very ordinary. It gets really really grainy when it comes to low light shots because it doesn't provide you with a manual video mode where you can set your iso aperture and all that. Though it shoots at 1080p but trust me the video does not look good when brought down to premier pro. And if you generally prefer canon cameras then you can go for cameras like 1500d 4000d or even 200d I mean 1500d being an entry level doesn't fill up the whole criteria of better video but definitely gives you better photographs than 1300d and the other two kind of matches up to the mid range camera with pretty good specs. In fact better than 1500d. Don't end up buying something wrong in the process of saving money. Buy a better camera adding some extra bucks but that will be worth it.
    कैमरे में बहुत खूबियाँ हैं । नौसिखिये को थोडा सीखना पडेगा । फोटो की गुणवत्ता अच्छी है ।
    Are you searching for your first SLR then the answer to your search is here......It is not the best DSLR but definitely value for money especially if you are on a tight budget else go for 200d or Nikon 5000 series.......The box contains......1)Canon 1300d SLR body2)18-55mm F3.5 to 5.6 kit lens3)55-250mm F4 to 5.6 kit lens4)16GB micro SD card5)Camera bag6)User manual and other junkAccessories that I bought include1)Canon 24mm F2.8 EFS lens2)Yongnou 50mm F1.8 lens3)Amazon basics sling camera bag(only because I am a frequent traveler)4)Amazon basics UV filter5)Osaka circular polarizer6)A lens cleaning kitThe pros and cons are========= Pros=========1)DSLR at a budget price2)Wide range of lens available from canon and 3rd party3)Has pretty good imaging capability4) Comparatively simple to operate and learn======= cons=======1)Low quality on high ISO values and ISO is quite limited to 64002)No articulating dispaly, this is a deal breaker for most as I found out3)Canon photo-sharing with phone through WiFi is not properly working, I found out the old means of SD card reader better4)Shooting speed is low======== TIPS========1)Buy kit with 18-55 and 55-250 if your budget allows. This lens even if not the best can help you in sports and wildlife but it's low f value is a problem2)Buy prime lens for best using this. I would suggest 50mm F1.8 and 24mm F2.8 STM lens from canon. If you are in a budget, then go for yongnou 50mm F1.8 which you can get for under 50003)Buy a good quality tripod for improving photography4)Buy circular polarizer for shooting skies or water5)Invest in a SLR backpack as the free bag is not of good qualityIf you are looking for just a camera for taking pictures rarely I would suggest you to look for Pentax Q10 which is a mirrorless SLR with 5.6crop sensor with interchangeable lens and a very small size or go for some high quality point and shoot

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