Canon EOS 1300D basics
Similar in design to its predecessor the 1200D, with most of the buttons in the same place so if anyone is upgrading they will pick up and be ready to go. Even otherwise the ergonomics on Canon are well thought out, making the workflow efficient which is crucial when one is covering a wedding, for instance. Pakistani weddings have a lot to cover and light conditions can vary so buttons that are placed right really help in changing settings fast. The image viewing screen on the 1300D has also been upgraded, so it has more resolution for crisper visuals of what is shot.
Camera specifications & features
Another good camera from one of the industry leaders, great for people starting out photography on a DSLR. Featuring an 18-megapixel CMOS image sensor combined with a DIGIC 4+ image processor allowing for high-quality images and videos even in low light. The 1300D also has WiFi and NFC pairing, which lets you transfer images to your smartphone a lot easier. It is also possible to use the smartphone to control the camera with image control on the phone screen. With 9 auto-focus points at one's disposal, the options to frame and space are many. Combined with the ability to shoot 3 frames per second one can easily capture fast action shots well too.
The video quality is also good; shooting video at full HD 1080p 30 FPS (Frames Per Second). More than enough to do semi-professional level work and possibly professional even, if one can hone their usage of the camera and post-production.
All that and then some, making this a good piece of equipment to be using for one's photography & video needs within a decent price range.