Alongside a slurry of other cameras, Canon has today unveiled a new DSLR, dubbed the EOS 1200D, it is the successor to the EOS 1100D and features an 18 megapixel APS-C sensor, a DIGIC 4 processor, 9-point AF system and 3fps continuous shooting.

The camera will also include a 3 inch 460k-dot display on the back, alongside an optical viewfinder and a ton of controls along the top.

The EOS 1200D will also feature a Scene Intelligent Auto mode alongside the ability to capture Full HD video.

However that’s not Canon announced, as they also revealed a new EOS Companion app that has been built to provide tips and challenges to newcomers to DSLR photography.

Explaining the controls and functions of the camera, it will guide users though troubleshooting methods and even tips on what accessories and lenses are compatible with your camera.

The camera will launch priced at £349.99 for the body only from March 2014.

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