Canon EOS 1500D Review: A Good Entry Level Option

Canon EOS 1500D Review: A Good Entry Level Option


Canon EOS







        • Light and Sturdy Build
        • Built-in Wi-Fi, NFC
        • High-Resolution Sensor


        • Not a Competitive Enough Upgrade
        • Crippled Burst Mode

        Nowadays digital cameras are almost outdated because of the famous smartphone cameras and selfies but then there is something new with Canon EOS 1500D and let us check about this latest gadget in JustInReviews.

        But then DSLR still has its significance if you want a good clarity motion and manual control with zoom effects.

        When compared to the previous version of the Canon 1300D the newly unveiled EOS 1500D is upgraded with a sensor.

        • Design

        This model looks the same as its previous version in size, and weight including the button placement. It has an excellent grip and can be held in one hand with ease because of rubber holder on the right side of the camera. The make is completely plastic and it doesn’t give a good appeal. A wired remote, a Mini-HDMI port, a Mini-USB port inputs are found on the left which is covered by a flip. When the WiFI connection is in use the LED light at the bottom lights up. The optical zoom it offers is 3x along with automatic and manual focus.



        • Features and Specifications

        The prime change in this model is the sensor resolution which is a 24.1-megapixel APS-C sensor and its previous version had an 18-megapixel APS-C sensor. Only a few things have been changed after this and it still a Digi 4 + image processor with 3fps burst pictures, 1080p video recording etc.

        There are other features like NFC and Wi-FI which can be connected to your smartphone. It is easier to connect with the smartphone of Android with the inclusion of NFC. Camera’s Wi-Fi password is required to be entered manually on an iPhone.

        At the time of transferring images, you can choose the original image from the phone. There is no Bluetooth available therefore you need to transfer the image data manually.

        • Performance and Battery Life

        Tests were conducted to check the ISO values of the sensor in dealing with the noises. So during dim light environment, the ISO value must be very high. This model has an ISO range of 100-6400 which can be enhanced up to 12800.

        The details were well maintained even by going up to ISO 1600. There is a drop in the detail when shifted to ISO3200. When you shift to higher ISO level the details are reduced further.

        • Price

        Rs 37,995 including EF S18055 II lens

        • Pros
        • Light and sturdy build
        • Built-in Wi-Fi, NFC
        • High-resolution sensor
        • Good battery life
        • Bundled 16GB card
        • Cons
        • Not a competitive enough upgrade
        • Crippled burst mode
        • Average all-around performance

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