Canon today launched a new DSLR camera for amateur photographers, the Canon EOS 1300D with a price tag of ₹29,995 with EF-S 18-55 IS II Lens and ₹38,995 with the same 18-55 lens plus EF-S 55-250 IS II zoom lens.

The Canon EOS 1300D is perfect low cost DSLR camera for those looking to take their photography to the next level. This is a high performance DSLR camera with an affordable price tag. This entry level DSLR can shoot in max 18MP resolution.

EOS 1300D dimensions are 129.0 x 101.3 x 77.6 (mm). The body weight is approx 440 grams. This camera comes with 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4+ image processor. ISO speed range is 100 to 6400 and expandable to 12800.

Canon EOS 1300D launched for ₹29,995

9 point AF is supported and continuous image shoot speed is 3fps. 1300D can record full HD videos – 1920 x 1080p at 30 fps. There is an LCD screen of size 3 inches with 920,000 dots and this DSLR also comes with built in NFC and WiFi.

Canon EOS 1300D will be available with a price tag of ₹29,995 with single lens and ₹38,995 with dual lens (double zoom variant).

Published by Gogi Rana

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  1. i bought my 1st dslr NIKON D5200 FRM PAYTM for Rs.25k, i m really happy with it.

  2. Canon 700d is available for lesser price online with 18-55 and 55-250mm lens and is much better option than this.

  3. Hi…gogi sir

    I am an online retailer and I am looking for a budget pro camera for product photography kindly suggest any and my budget is 20-30k.

    One question more The nikon d3200 is also using the same APS-C Size sensor and the camera which you have mentioned in the above article is also using the same sensor, then why spend extra 10k, if I am not getting any better photos by spending extra 10k.

    1. Absolutely. India is Canon country – people prefer canon cameras, which is why the price difference. I was a Canon user but switched to Nikon D3100 in 2008 – since then, I’ve seen that in all models released, Nikon offers much more value for money, in cameras also in lenses (take a look at Sigma lenses with Nikon mount). BTW, my D3100 is still in use and has’nt needed any repairs, though I did take it for thorough cleaning once – so no reliability issues. IMO you should go with D3300 or D5200 depending on your budget – both will take equally good pictures.

  4. for fashion photography, which is good? is Nikon d5200 good for that? its affordable with 18-55 lens.

    1. Nikon D5200 is really a good option. its has vari-angle lcd screen. and its lot better than 1300d of canon. alsmost equal to Canon eos D700

    1. Who said! a lot many amateur are buying this range DSLRs. Many starts with D3200 which is priced around 23-24K. Amateur is not related to cost but with experience and expertise.

    2. AMATEUR does not refer to a Financial Status of a person. It is just that, he is very much interested in the field, but not to the extent of making a profession out of it (ie., devoting time, effort & money completely to it). So, an Amateur does not necessarily mean a poor chap. Quite a few of us, don’t think twice to buy Mobiles costing in excess of 30K, some just out of habit. Isn’t it.?