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Best lenses for Canon 1300D

Canon-1300D-front-imageBest Lenses for Canon EOS 1300D / T6 DSLR camera. Take a look at the Highly recommended lenses for your Canon 1300D? Our Editors shortlisted the Here are the top rated Canon EOS 1300D lenses.

1300D is one of the best entry level DSLR ever announced by Canon, the camera features excellent core specification, the camera features a 18 Megapixel CMOS sensor and powered by DIGIC 4+ image processor. The standard ISO range of the camera starts from ISO 100 and goes upto 6400, the expendable range touches upto 12800. Canon 1300D uses a 9 Points AF system and a center cross type AF point for more precise focusing. The camera can also record Full HD videos and able to record 3fps on continuous burst mode.

On the rear side of the camera we have a optical viewfinder and a large 3.0″ 920k-dot LCD offers a bright, clear image for playback and review. You can also share your files wirelessly with the help of WiFi and NFC.

A Quick Canon EOS 1300D Lens Cheat Sheet

Lenses Category
Canon 50mm F1.8: Best Portrait Lens
Canon EF-S 55-250mm IS STM lens Best Zoom Lens
Canon EF-S 24mm F2.8 STM lens Best Wide-angle Prime
Canon EF-S 60mm F2.8 USM Best Macro Lens

 

Best portrait lens for Canon 1300D

Canon 50mm lens imageBut this Lens from Amazon and B&H

The Canon 50mm lens is a excellent tool for capturing portrait images with creamy bokeh, the lens produces perfect colors and sharp images even when used MAX aperture (F1.8). The lens is also a excellent tool for shooting indoor with low-light. The Max F1.8 aperture allows you to shoot crispy and noiseless images. The STM version of canon lens not only carries silent AF motor but it also features improved optics.

We highly recommend you to get this lens Canon 1300D camera.

The Good: Excellent image quality, pleasant bokeh and Affordable

The Bad: None


Best zoom lens for Canon 1300D

Canon EF-S 55-250mm IS STM lens for Canon 1300D

55-250mm-lens-imageBuy this Lens from Amazon and B&H

The optics and the AF performance of recently announced 55-250mm STM lens is excellent, the lens produces teck sharp images and covers a long range. The stepping drive motor inside the lens does noise less operation and lock AF in no time.  The Lens also features Full-Time Manual shooting We highly recommend you get the copy of STM lens.

The Good: Excellent balance between price and performance.

The Bad:  None


Best wide angle prime for Canon 1300D

Canon EF-S 24mm F2.8 STM lens for Canon 1300D

Canon STM Lens imageBuy Canon 24mm STM from Amazon | B&H

The lens gives you a 35mm classic frame and excellent for shooting street, portraits and day-to-day scene. Due to the addition of steeping drive motor inside the lens suitable for creating still images as well as videos. The features ultra-compact size and creates eye pleasant bokeh. and The 24mm STM is a Must have lens if you are a Canon APS-C DSLR user.

The Good: Excellent sharpness, Affordable, bokeh, compact size and Silent+fast AF.

The Bad: None


Best Macro Lens for Canon 1300D

Canon EF-S 60mm F2.8 USM for Canon 1300D

Canon EF 60mm lens imageBuy Canon EF-S 60mm F2.8  USM from Amazon | B&H

Canon 60mm F2.8 specifically designed for Canon APS-C camera,

The lens is is excellent for shooting macro shots. The lens does AF quickly and silently despite of having a USM motor and captures creamy bokeh. 60mm F2.8 lens can be also used for shooting stunning portraits , the best Macro lens available for shooting close-up shots. But the lens is missing Image stabilization so you need a good source of light to capture teck sharp images.

The Good: Excellent image quality

The Bad: None


 

12 comments to Best lenses for Canon 1300D

  • Canon1300D Owner

    I am a proud owner of Canon 1300D / T5 and want to know the name of best macro lens available for this camera, also its logical to invest in lenses or should I save money for a better camera?

  • parvaiz mir

    I am a proud owner of Canon 1300D / T5 and want to know the name of best macro lens available for this camera, also its logical to invest in lenses or should I save money for a better camera?

  • admin

    Best Macro Lens for Canon 1300D –> Canon EF-S 60mm F2.8 USM for Canon 1300D

  • Lee Andrews

    I’m using a canon 1300d and was looking for some imformation would I be able to get some nice night sky shots with a Samyang 24mm f1.4??

  • Deekshith

    I am using canon 1300d ..I need to know which lenses is best for wildlife photography which focal length should above 250 mm

  • admin

    Canon 1300D is a good camera and you can capture good night shots when paired Samyang / Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens.

    Things you need (despite of having lens and DSLR)

    Get away from the city – away from light pollution

    Get a tripod
    A remote shutter or cable release button

    Process

    Set you lens to max aperture – F1.4

    U can use Bulb mode to select the desired exposure time

    Experiment with Long Shutter Speeds

    ** 15 minutes or longer will show the rotation of the Earth

  • Arvindakshan

    Hi I’m Owning canon 1300d/ T6.

    Along with the body i bought 18-55mm lenses.

    i wish to upgrade my lenses, that provides me greater pics.

    Suggest me what r all the lenses do i want to buy.

  • admin

    @Arvindakshan

    The first lens you should get after 18-55mm lens is 50mm F1.8, the 50mm portrait lens is excellent for shooting portraits and and produces creamy bokeh.

    After 50mm lens I recommend you to get a Canon EF-S 55-250mm IS STM and then macro.

    You can also shuffle the recommendation as per you needs.

  • Kelly Day

    Hi

    I’m looking at 50mm lenses for my 1300d and just wondered if the Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 would work well on this camera? I love the crispness of the photos with this lens, more so than the 50mm f/1.8, but will I get the same on my camera? Also, does this work well for landscape photography?

    Thanks

  • admin

    @Kelly Day
    Yes you can get 50mm F1.4 Lens for you Canon 1300D and it will work with your camera without an issue.
    The advantage you get is one extra stop in Aperture range and hence you u get more DOF.

  • Merle Aberle

    Hi.
    Wife bought me a new Canon EOS Rebel T6/1300D for Christmas. I know it’s an entry level DSLR and that’s exactly what I wanted as seeing I’m new to digital photography beyond my smartphone. Still trying to get a good working understanding on F-Stops, focal lengths, ISO and how they all mix together and effect exposure. Can be very confusing. That being said. Buying lenses and feeling comfortable I’m making the right decision and not throwing my money away is of prime importance. My question is this. If I wanted a lens that I would dedicate purely for video capture what would be the best option for indoor video capture. Also what would be the best option for outdoor video capture. Or can I do both indoor and outdoor with the same lens.

    Thanks.

  • admin

    @Merle Aberle

    Hi,

    Congrats on getting your first DSLR

    For indoor video capture you need more light to the camera, other then kit lens I will recommend you to get 50mm F1.8 OR 24mm STM Lens (24mm if your need more wide coverage). Bright Aperture Lenses helps you in low light shooting.

    For Outdoor you can use your kit lens or 55-250mm IS lens.

    Now All in one Third Party solution – A Sigma Lens 17-70mm F2.8-4 Contemporary DC Macro OS HSM Lens for Canon is also a excellent choice for still as well as video. Sigma 17-70mm F2.8 Lens at Amazon

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