Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Canon EOS 1200D DSLR with 18-megapixel sensor launched at Rs. 30995

Canon EOS 1200D was officially announced

in February just prior to the CP+ exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. The Canon

EOS 1200D entry-level DSLR has finally made its way to Indian shores.

The camera, which was launched on Wednesday in India, will be available

at Rs. 30,995 for the body.

There are options of getting the Canon

EOS 1200D with kits too. The options on the kits are: EOS 1200D + 18-55

IS II lens for Rs. 34,995, and EOS 1200D + 18-55 IS II 55-250 IS

II lenses for Rs. 39,995.

The Canon EOS 1200D (also known as EOS

Rebel T5) has an interesting string of features. Featuring an

18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a Digic 4 processor, an ISO range of

100-6400 (boost till 12,800) and 1080p/30 fps video capture, the Canon

EOS 1200D is being touted as the most affordable DSLR from its current

crop. It also has a 9-point auto-focus system. The Canon 1200D is the successor to the

Canon 1100D. You can find more details about the EOS 1200D in our
previous coverage.


Canon EOS 1200D will support more than 70 lenses from the EF range by

Canon. “The EOS 1200D is an exciting addition to our DSLR range. With

powerful features and user-friendly menus the EOS 1200D is ideal for

first time buyers. To further attract potential buyers, the EOS 1200D

will be available with an exciting double zoom lens offer, at a killer

price,” said Andrew Koh, Senior Director, ICP Business Centre, Canon


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