Is Canon 1200D professional?

The 1200D is an entry-level DSLR that introduces an 18 MP sensor from the 700D and 1080p HD video to Canon’s entry level DSLRs.

Is there WiFi in Canon 1200D?

WiFi and NFC are missing on the Canon 1200D, but Canon has thought of another attractive feature for the Canon 1200D: The Canon 1200D is Canon’s first SLR camera for which a special app has been made (EOS Companion app), which you can install on your smartphone.

Why are my 35mm photos blurry?

The most common reasons that lead to unsharp film photos are motion blur, caused by using too slow a shutter speed; missed focus, caused by not having enough depth of field to work with; and underexposure, caused by not exposing for the shadows.

What kind of camera is the canon 1200D?

Canon 1200D is a member of Canon’s Rebel series of cameras. Canon’s EOS Rebel series (known as EOS Kiss in Japan / EOS XXXD in other regions) are the all time best selling DSLR camera series in the world, providing perfect starting point for many photography lovers.

How to take macro photography with Canon EOS 1200D?

‘How to macro photography with Canon EOS 1200d’. As you can see, an f-stop of f/1.4 is larger than that of f/2.0, and much larger than that of f/8.0. If you want all the areas of the subject in focus, a large F-number (for example f/32), will help you achieve this. More of both the background and foreground objects/details will be in focus.

What is the canon 1200D/Rebel T5?

The Canon EOS 1200D / Rebel T5 is a small and lightweight DSLR camera with a stainless steel chassis and all-aluminium exterior, weighing in at 480g with the battery and memory card fitted and measuring 129.6 x 99.7 x 77.9 mm, which is commendably almost the same size and weight as the all-plastic EOS 1100D.

What happened to a-dep on the canon 1200D?

Canon’s unique A-DEP (Automatic Depth of Field) mode has quietly been dropped from the EOS 1200D. The EOS 1200D now features the fully-automatic Scene Intelligent Auto mode, which analyses the scene in front of you and automatically picking the best settings, much like the systems used by lot of digital compacts.