Canon has introduced the Canon EOS 1500D and Canon EOS 3000D in the market, extending its entry-level portfolio in India. The 1500D has replaced the two-year-old 1300D model with a 24.1-megapixel sensor. The new 18-megapixel sensor has been given in the 3000D.
The company has informed that both of these cameras have been dropped for those photographers who want to move a little further than the smartphone. These are ‘Scene Intelligent Auto’ mode. This can easily be clicked on photos posted on social media. In addition, the Creative Filters mode has also been introduced in standard shooting mode.
There are also feature guides for beginners in these cameras. Also, Wi-Fi has been provided for easy sharing. Users will find features such as soft focus, toy camera, fish-eye, miniature and black-and-white as five filters. Customers will have to download the Canon Camera Connect app in Android or iOS to share photos and videos on your phone.
There will also be a feature of adjusting remote shooting and camera settings in this app. With this, you will be able to take selfie and group tripod easily. Speaking of the second specification, you will find Canon’s DIGIC 4+ image processor, full-HD (1920×1080) 30fps video shoot, 9-point face-detection autofocus, 3fps burst shooting mode and 100-6400 ISO range. EOS 1500D has a 2.7-inch screen with 3-inch LCD screen and EOS 3000D.
Both of these entry-level cameras will be made available in the cell by the end of March and the price will be disclosed at the same time. At present, with the existing Canon EOS 1300D body’s EF-S 18-55 IS II lens, the current price in the Indian market is close to 25,990. In this case, the price of new Canon EOS 1500D and Canon EOS 3000D can be around this due to entry level.