The Canon EOS 2000D is a minor update to the Canon EOS 1300D. Whilst the 1300D was (and still is) a budget DSLR, with built-in Wi-Fi, as an entry level model its basic specification could be accepted due to the low price. Two years later, the Canon EOS 2000D is no longer the entry level model from Canon, and its basic specification is looking horribly outdated and downright apathetic compared to the competition. It doesn't matter which alternative camera you buy, it is going to be BETTER, and FASTER, and could be cheaper (or a similar price), and have newer features (face detection, 4K video, faster continuous shooting, more focus points, better noise performance). If you want a cheap, budget DSLR from Canon, and can cope with slow live-view focusing, get the 1300D (while stocks last), or increase your budget.