The Canon EOS 1200D DSLR has been released in India and the entry-level camera appears to be perfect for budding photographers. It has not only been loaded with a set of advanced features that make photography a breeze, but has also been deployed with various camera modes to enhance your images. Here we are taking a look at the some of the main features and specifications of the shooter in question.
The Canon EOS 1200D DSLR employs the Digic 4 image processor as well as an 18MP sensor complete with a low-pass filter and an aspect ratio of 3:2. It brings the EF/EF-S lens mount and TTL-CT-SIR with a CMOS sensor focus type along with 9AF points. Automatic and manual options have been provided for AF point selection and you can look forward to modes like AI Focus, One Shot and AI Servo.
The AF point you select is indicated on the LCD monitor and it is even superimposed in the viewfinder. Also, it is possible to lock the AF by pressing the shutter button half way down. The snapper’s ISO sensitivity ranges between 100 and 6400 and you get the option of expanding it by up to 12800. Needless to say that the DSLR has exposure control features too.
Moreover, its electronically-controlled focal-plane shutter’s speed can be determined by the photographer. There’s auto white balance in the camera with settings like AWB, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Flash and more along with custom white balance in which you can register a setting. A pentamirror viewfinder is what you will find in the camera along with a 3-inch LCD monitor and built-in flash.
Apart from being capable of taking beautiful images even in low light conditions, the camera tags along some special scene modes and other filters to enhance your photos. Multiple Picture Styles, custom functions and Drive modes have been thrown into the mix as well. And do we really need to mention that you can record full HD 1080p videos using the Canon camera?
The Canon EOS 1200D DSLR camera has already been made available in India for a price of Rs 30,995. Also, if you purchase it with the 18-55 IS II lens, you will have to shell out Rs 34,995, while it costs Rs 39,995 with 18-55 IS II & 55-250 IS II lenses.