Cameras Canon Entry-Level DSLRs Launched in India: Meet EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D By Damini Sengupta Posted on February 27, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Canon has added two new imaging gadgets to its entry-level lineup of DSLR in the Indian market. The Canon EOS 1500D and Canon EOS 3000D have been launched in the Indian markets very recently. The EOS 1500D is dubbed the Rebel TZ in the US. x has aimed to deliver best imaging features to the casual photographers who desire to step into the world of DSLR and click surreal pictures. Also, these entry-level DSLR lineup models happen to be the utmost solution to the beginners in the world of photography. What’s interesting is, both the cameras have a “Scene Intelligent Auto” mode that enables a seamless process of shooting Instagram-ready pictures as well as include creative filters besides the standard shooting modes. In addition, the cameras sport easy Wi-Fi sharing option as well as the ultimate guide to shoot for beginners! Creative filters in both the cameras include effects like toy camera, soft focus, fish-eye, an “artsy grainy” black-and-white, and miniature. Canon Entry-Level DSLRs India Launch: The EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D Transferring videos and photos are furthermore easy, one just needs to connect with the Canon Camera Connect App which is available for both Android as well as iOS users. photos and videos to your phone. Talking about the Canon Camera Connect app, it is also capable of offering remote shooting abilities as well as the option to adjust the camera settings such that you can take selfies r group tripod images sans any difficulty. The Canon EOS 1500D reportedly replaces the two years old model which is touted as Canon EOS 1300D. It comes with a bigger sensor of 24.1-megapixel capacity. It comes with a 3-inch LCD screen, and the Canon EOS 3000D features a 2.7-inch screen. The Canon EOS 3000D happens to be one fine product from the house of Canon which happens to come with a new 18-megapixel addition. This perhaps is the one that makes the EOS camera line-up even less expensive and more affordable. Highlighting specs also include Canon’s DIGIC 4+ image processor, 9-point phase-detection autofocus, full-HD (1920×1080) 30fps video shooting, 100-6400 ISO range (expandable up to 128,000), and 3fps burst shooting speed. As of now, one may wait to get more news regarding the pricing and availability of the devices in India.