Model EOS 1200D Canon positioned the company as a replacement for the EOS 1100D for novice photographers. Along with her was released a new application for Andoid and iOS, is an interactive guide that will help deal with all modes and learn how to hold the camera.
1200D is equipped with 18-megapixel sensor APS-C, 3-inch display, a comfortable rubberised handle for holding the focusing of the thumb, with a soft eyecup viewfinder, built-in flash. The layout of controls is quite ordinary. In the upper part of the body has two sling attachment. Weighs a little camera – 480
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- DIGIC 4 processor
- 18-megapixel sensor APS-C CMOS (22.3mm x 14.9mm)
- 100 – 12800 ISO
- 1080p HD video, 25p, 24p
- 100 – 12800 ISO
- Shutter Speed 1/4000
- Continuous shooting 3 frames / s
- Format: RAW, JPG, RAW + JPG
- Memory cards: SD, SDHC, SDXC
- 500 shots per battery charge
The camera has a thoughtful menu with color differentiation sections:
- Red – Shoot
- Orange – Settings
- Blue – See
- Green – Main menu
In addition there is an opportunity to collect frequently used items on one screen for quick access. All sections are accompanied interface prompts. To quickly understand the basics of photographic art can use the firmware application.
Camera can 18-55 mm equipped with proprietary optics with image stabilization system.
The “simple picture” with complete lens gives excellent results in portraits. The colors are bright and saturated color, skin tone is transmitted as accurately as possible. Using the flash does not give red eye. Optics as a whole works well throughout the zoom range, but in the wide mode, you can see small purple fringing and distortion at the edges of the frame.
Auto white balance works very well with incandescent and fluorescent colors.
Noise level is almost imperceptible to 800 ISO and remains controlled in the range of 1600 – 3200 ISO, but it starts to lose detail. With ISO6400 quality loss is significant, this value should be avoided.
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– a good price / performance ratio
– excellent color rendition
– handy tips for beginners
– good endurance
– FullHD video
– low speed Burst
– no Auto-HDR
The new model was significantly better stuffing and ergonomics compared to the Canon EOS 1100D and can be a good choice for those who have not dealt with SLRs.