Canon has announced the launch of its new entry-level SLR camera, the EOS 1300D, for beginner photographers. The novelty is equipped with an 18-megapixel APS-C (22.3×14.9 mm) matrix, a 9-point autofocus system and an updated DIGIC 4+ image processor. The maximum resolution of photographs is 5184 × 3456 pixels, the characteristics of the recorded video materials are FullHD with a frequency of 30 frames / s or HD frequency of 60 frames / s. Burst speed – 3 frames per second. The sensitivity range is ISO 100–6400, advanced mode – up to 12 800 ISO units, shutter speed – from 1/4000 to 30 s. All received materials are saved on the SD / SDHC / SDXC memory card. It is noteworthy that the EOS 1300D received wireless Wi-Fi and NFC interfaces for transmitting content and remote control from mobile devices running iOS and Android. It is worth noting the improved 3-inch display – now its resolution is 920,000 pixels (in the previous version of the entry-level SLR, this figure was 460,000 pixels). According to the manufacturer, the battery charge is enough for 500 shots. Dimensions: 129×101.3 x77.6 mm, weight: 485 gr. Sales of the Canon EOS 1300D will begin in April at an estimated price of 380 euros without a complete lens and 520 euros with an EF-S 18-55mm f / 3.5-5.6 IS II lens.