Nikon D3000 10.2MP DSLR Camera vs Canon EOS Rebel T3 12.2MP DSLR Camera comparison

Compare Nikon D3000 10.2MP DSLR Camera
Compare Canon EOS Rebel T3 12.2MP DSLR Camera
key specs
Camera TypeDSLR CameraDSLR Camera
Effective Pixels10.2 MP12.2 MP
Sensor TypeCCDCMOS
Display Size3 inch2.7 inch
Battery TypeLithium ionLithium ion
general
BrandNikonCanon
ModelD3000 10.2MP DSLR CameraEOS Rebel T3 12.2MP DSLR Camera
Model NameD3000EOS Rebel T3
Model NumberD3000EOS 1100D
ColorBlackBlack
TypeDSLR CameraDSLR Camera
Effective Pixels10.2 MP12.2 MP
Tripod SocketYesYes
Dimensions(WxHxD)97 x 126 x 64 mm99.7 x 129.9 x 77.9 mm
Weight485 GM495 GM
Temperature0 to 400 to 40
PortsType C, Mini HDMI Out CEC CompatibleMini HDMI Type C
SLR Variant-Body Only
sensor features
Sensor TypeCCDCMOS
Sensor Size22.3 x 14.9 mm36 x 24 mm
ISO Rating-ISO 100 - 6400
lens features
Lens MountNikon F mountCanon EF/ EF-S lenses
Manual FocusYesYes
Dust ReductionYesYes
Color Filter-Primary RGB Color Filter
viewfinder features
View FinderYesYes
View Finder TypeEye-level Penta-Dach MirrorEye-level Pentamirror
focus features
Auto FocusYesYes
White BalancingAuto hybrid control with image sensor and 420-segment RGB sensor 12 manual modes, preset manual, fine tuningAuto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, White Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom
shutter features
Shutter Speed1/4000 sec1/4000 sec
Self-timerYesYes
Continuous ShotsContinuous shooting mode Approx. 3fps.Yes, 0.8 fps
flash features
Built-in FlashYesYes
External FlashYesYes
Flash ModesFront-curtain sync, Red-eye reduction, Slow sync with red-eye reduction, Slow sync, rear-curtain syncAuto, Manual Flash On / Off, Red-Eye Reduction
image features
Image FormatJPEG, NEFJPEG, RAW, DPOF
Picture AngleApprox 1.5x lens focal length-
Aspect Ratio-30200 AM
display features
Display Size3 inch2.7 inch
connectivity features
WifiNoNo
storage and power features
Card TypeSD-
Batteries IncludedYes-
Battery TypeLithium ionLithium ion
audio and video features
Video Resolution2,896 x 1,9444272 x 2848
Video Format-MOV, MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
modes and functions features
Shooting ModesSingle frame shooting mode, Continuous shooting mode approx. 3fps, Self-timer mode, Delayed remote mode 2sec delay, Quick-response remote modeAuto, Program AE P, Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE, Manual M, Auto Depth-of-field, Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Night portrait, No Flash, Creative Auto
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