Canon EOS 1300D

Canon 1300D
The Canon EOS 1300D (Author: GodeNehler from Wikimedia Commons)

I won’t spend much time talking about this Digital SLR, my first one to be honest.

This camera is my first digital (and non-digital, actually) reflex camera, the first one that allowed me to toy seriously with things like aperture, shooting time and ISO. It is one of Canon’s base entry-level models, it came with a 18-55 mm lens kit, to which I added my beloved 10-18 mm.

I did only one serious trip with this camera, in Morocco, where I took some stunning pictures with the wide angle lens. Battery life was pretty good, and so the options available.

When I switched to film, though, I sold this camera as I found using film much more satisfactory, despite the need for development and scanning.