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Bought cheap @ Harvey Norman
Paid $377 for the body and 18-55 lenses , good quality pictures , pictures can be very easily and quickly downloaded to the mobile , very fast , NFC feature , multiple scenes , battery last like forever , good entry level DSLR camera for beginners , highly recommended ,cheap as
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This is excellent to beautiful views
Purchased in April, 2017, this Canon 1300DKB is good. It has 1300D single lens kit (18-55mm). The price fills the gap between $300-$1000. It worth buying comparing with the function and price. However, if you try to take photos in a strong sunny days, you have to be careful about light indication. Otherwise, it may be too white for persons. It is excellent for beautiful views.
A good entry level DSLR Camera for first timers
This camera bridges the gap between the point and shoot $150 - $300 and the $1,000 plus cameras coming in at $550 - $600. It comes with the 18-55mm lens and has a range of automatic options as well as the ability to use fully manual mode. A good choice if you are looking to take your first steps into the SLR world of photography.
October 31st 2017 Update: A good introduction to DSLR cameras
This budget focused APS-C DSLR camera is a good entry level camera for those wanting to move up from point & shoot to something a bit more creative. I...t has simple point and shoot automatic options along with a range of programmable options allowing you to get creative. The entry level kit comes with a basic 18-55 lens, which whilst meets the need, it should be the first item to replace. A good range of lens add ons are the Canon 10-18mm IS STM APS-C lens, the Canon 70-300mm III lens (or the 50-250 IS STM) and a Sigma 17-50 F2.8 lens. This would get you through most situations. Easy dowmload port and BULB settings are available. In the $500 range this camera is an absolute cracker of a camera.
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