Canon company has announced two new cameras in their entry level DSLR series. Let us have a look at the features of both these cameras.
Canon EOS 1500D & Canon EOS 3000D Features
The Canon EOS 1500D is called as Rebel T7 in USA. It has a bigger 24.1 MP sensor. The Canon EOS 3000D has 18MP sensor. These cameras are made for the casual photographers. There is a Scene Intelligent Auto mode in these cameras which clicks Instagram-ready pictures. There are also creative filters which are there apart from the standard shooting modes.
These can be connected to Wi-Fi with ease and Canon EOS 1500D comes with NFC too. There are various creative filters in these cameras. These are toy camera, soft focus, fish-eye, miniature and artsy grainy black and white feature. There is a Canon Camera Connect app which is available both in iOS and Android. This app is useful to transfer the photos and videos to your smartphone. The app also provides remote shooting capability and the user can easily adjust the camera settings. This can be useful while taking group selfies or group tripod shots.
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The cameras have Canon DIGIC 4+ image processor. They are capable of capturing Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution videos at 30fps. There is also 9-point phase detection autofocus. It also has 3fps burst shooting speed. There is 100-6400 ISO range which can be expandable upto 128,000. The EOS 1500D has a 3 inch LCD screen, whereas the EOS 3000D has a 2.7 inch LCD screen.
Canon EOS 1500D with EF-S 18-55mm IS II kit lens is priced at $550 (INR 35.6k approx) and will be available in April. Both these cameras will be available by the end of March 2018 and their pricing will be revealed at that time. Till then stay tuned on Technary.
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