Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 1100D / Rebel T3 / Kiss X50
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20 March 2015
Summary: The Rebel T3 is Canon's replacement for its successful entry-level DSLR camera, the . The T3 has been a long time coming in digital photography terms. It doesn't offer much in the way of surprises, but it's a compact and easy-to-use DSLR that should appeal to anyone looking to make his or her first...
Conclusion: The Canon EOS Rebel T3 is Canon's least expensive DSLR camera and "a great choice for anyone on a budget, whether the proverbial Soccer Mom or serious enthusiast," says Imaging-Resource.com. Other experts largely concur, saying the EOS Rebel T3 delivers high-quality photos in a low-priced package.
Pros: Impressive image quality, Compact and lightweight, Easy for beginners to use, Exposure bracketing
Cons: "Claustrophobic" optical viewfinder, Shoots only 720p HD video
Conclusion: The 1100D can also shoot at a handy 3fps useful for capturing everyone looking and smiling in a big group of family members or for capturing a fast moment without the possibility of potentially missing the shot.
Summary: The Canon EOS 1100D is well worth a look for users wanting to step up to the digital SLR market. It's affordable, offers a good range of features and is easily capable of shooting amazing photographs.
Excerpt: Even as the lowest rungs of the dSLR ladder become a fiercely competitive space, Canon dSLR fans have had a lot to gripe about. There’s been a steady inflow of joy in the opposite camp though as Nikon has introduced entry-level after entry-level.
Excerpt: We in the photography press get a lot of cryptic invites to industry events, and usually you can deduce what, if anything, is going to be launched by the age of a company’s current models – sometimes even by where the event is being held and what they're serving!
Summary: The Rebel T3 is a very attractively priced entry-level DSLR that provides solid performance and value. Its resolving power, low noise, relatively speedy AF, and well-designed controls should help ease novice shooters into the world of DSLRs.