Written by Marjolein

Compare the Canon EOS 1200D to the Canon EOS 1300D

The Canon 1200D is suitable for the novice photographer who is looking for a first SLR camera. Unfortunately, this model can't be delivered anymore, but there's is a successor, namely the Canon 1300D. Both devices are equipped with a 18-megapixel sensor and a maximum ISO range of 6,400. The big difference between the 2 is in their connectivity. You can use the successor to wirelessly transfer photos to your smart device via WiFi and NFC. You'll find other similarities and difference in the schedule below.

In short

Canon 1200D Canon 1300D
WiFi No Yes
NFC No Yes
Screen resolution 460K DPI 920K DPI
Image processor DIGIC 4 DIGIC 4+
Weight 480 grams 485 grams

Canon EOS 1200D

Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5 / 5 stars
66 reviews
359,-
no longer available

Canon EOS 1300D

  • 18 megapixels, records Full HD 1080p video
  • With WiFi and NFC, without Bluetooth
  • Including 18-55mm lens
399,-
no longer available

Pros

  • WiFi and NFC allow you to easily, quickly, and wirelessly transfer your photos to your smartphone or tablet.
  • The 18-55mm lens is suitable for portrait and landscape photography.
  • Thanks to image stabilization, you can prevent blurry photos.

Cons

  • It doesn't have a tiltable screen for vlogs and selfies.
Marjolein
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