- 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor
- 9 AF points
- 3-inch, 920k-dot screen
- ISO 6400 (12800 expanded)
- 3fps shooting
- Digic 4+ processor
- Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC
Canon EOS 1300D – Design and Handling
If you’ve used or seen a 1200D, then you’ll be familiar with the 1300D’s build and layout – Canon hasn’t strayed too far from the blueprint here.
As befits an entry-level camera, it’s on the relatively small side for a DSLR, but it’s chunky enough to be satisfying for those upgrading from a compact camera. The grip is slightly contoured, as well being textured, which helps it to sit nicely in your hand.
Atop the camera sits a mode dial, which means you can switch between different exposure modes quickly. As well as manual and semi-automatic options (such as aperture priority), there’s also a range of scene and automatic modes too, which is great if you’re just starting to get to grips with DSLR photography.