The Canon EOS 1500D (also known as the Rebel T7 or 2000D, depending on your location) is an entry-level DSLR camera intended for beginners who want to take DSLR photos. It is equipped with a 24.1 megapixel sensor and is supplied with a 18-55mm lens as part of the standard kit.
Like most colleagues, the 1500D is made of polycarbonate and weighs about 475 grams. Particularly, the body's grip and thumb rest allow you to take a small comfortable position, but the plastic feel that is gentle on the rest of your body is not "luxurious".
The overall body takes a very simple approach because there is usually not as many buttons visible in the DSLR. The camera tries to put most of its functionality in a few buttons, but the buttons are easy to use and the overall control scheme is not the most intuitive.
The 1500D is sold to beginners and can be seen as a feature. The camera uses an outdated 9-point autofocus system that is significantly lower than the standards of modern cameras. Auto focus (in viewfinder mode) is fast and responsive, but it can take time if you focus on the spot you want. In Live View, autofocus is unreliable and takes a long time to focus. Even the DIGIC 4+ processors used by the 1500D are quite outdated. The latest iteration is the latest Canon camera with DIGIC 8 and at least DIGIC 6.
The camera is equipped with a 24.1 megapixel sensor, enabling high-resolution images that take into account the camera's price point. In fact, the same sensor is used in Canon's high-end cameras, such as the M50 mirrorless camera. ISO performance is also quite good at the price point given that the amount of grain at ISO 800 is still acceptable. Of course, ISO can go up to 6400 (expandable to 12800), but above 1600 the noise level becomes noticeable.
The 1500D can shoot movies in Full HD (1920X1080), but the maximum resolution is 25 fps, and the maximum resolution is 50 fps when set to 1280 x 720. Competencies are not fantastic, but if you have the right lenses, you can go with people who can start making amateur movies. Nevertheless, it is disappointing to be unable to shoot at 30 fps or 60 fps.
The 1500D includes NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities so users can view and transfer images and videos wirelessly or on the go with their mobile phone via the Canon smartphone app. This can be very useful for photographers posting works online. However, it is an essential element of modern DSLR cameras because it is difficult to find new models that do not normally support them. The battery included in the kit can be taken 600 times from full charge, but using the Live View, wifi, flash, or video recording will consume the battery much faster.
The Canon 1500D is not the most impressive DSLR you can find at an affordable price, but it is not necessary. Of course, additional features such as articulating touchscreens can be highly appreciated, but they are good enough to display good entry-level DSLR.