Taking sharp clear pictures is a breeze with the Canon EOS 1200D series cameras designed for first time digital single lens reflex (DSLR) users. With its ease of use and its many intriguing features the Canon EOS 1200D series camera provides a simple yet engaging way to get hands-on experience in photography.
These cameras are also registered under the Rebel T5 name which guarantees that this series will perform unexpectedly well in comparision to other DSLR cameras. For instance, its standard fully automatic scene intelligence auto mode select the best settings and adjusts the flash accordingly. The best features are the 18.0 megapixel sensor that creates easy to crop pictures and the manual controls over shutter speed and aperture. These cameras are perfect for beginners who want to advance in their photography skills.
Features such as the creative filters allow you to create unique photographs. You can change the exposure, speed, sharpness and tone of your photographs with the Basis+ mode Quick Control Screen or place the camera on the Creative Auto mode to experiment further with the many features in the camera.
This series of DSLR cameras comes with an automatic features guide that guides the user through various operations and helps the user decide what angles and lighting is best. The camera’s quick speed lens captures movement easily without blurs thereby creating the perfect shot everytime. The expanded ISO range captures light from a low 100 to 6400 with the ability to expand to 12800 pixels. The 9 point AF system and AI Servo AF provides auto focus and orientation for photographs.
The light weight feel of the camera makes it easy to carry around and with additional equipment can be used as a video camera. This series of camera is compatible with Canon EF and EF-S lenses so you can shoot pictures from ultrawide to super telephoto angles. Canon’s Optical Stablizer Technology assures that you won’t be bothered by camera shake.
The Canon EOS 1200D Digital Rebel T5 camera is the perfect camera for beginning photographers who have not experience with DSLR cameras.