Canon EOS 2000D sensor review: A step up from the 1300D
The Canon EOS 2000D was introduced in February 2018 as the replacement for the EOS 1300D. Known as the EOS Rebel T7 in the US, the 2000D is very similar to the camera it replaces (a.k.a. the EOS Rebel T6), but it has a 24Mp sensor in place of the 18Mp device in the older camera. Despite the change of sensor, Canon has used the same DIGIC 4+ processing engine as in the 1300D. The processing engine and larger sensor combine to allow a sensitivity range of ISO 100–6400, expandable to ISO 12,800, and a maximum continuous shooting rate of 3fps (frames per second).
Canon hasn’t given the 2000D its Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, however, nor the older Hybrid CMOS AF system, which means…