Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 1200D / Rebel T5
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16 January 2015
Summary: We’ve seen quite a number of cameras of all shapes and sizes launched over the past few months, and this time around, Canon has been generous enough to send us a DSLR that is meant for photography newbies, or if you’re just looking for an affordable camera for travel and casual use, in the form of...
Pros: Good camera for photography newbies
Cons: Obvious noise and discoloration at higher ISOs
Summary: In February of this year, Canon announced their newest entry-level DSLR, the EOS Rebel T5 . Some of you will obviously know the EOS Rebel T5 i , which was released last year. Much like the T3 versus the T3 i , the T5 represents a stripped down version of the T5 i , or possibly even the SL1 .
Pros: All shooting modes produce accurate exposures and overall pleasing images, Live View shooting allows for compact-like point-n-shoot capabilities, Good overall performance, Great overall image quality, Pop-up flash is always ready if you need it, Large 3.0-inch LCD is easy to see in most lighting ...
Cons: Lacking the versatile and useful convenience features like WiFi, No continuous AF shooting videos, LCD does not tilt or swivel, Only 1 command dial on the camera body, No external audio input, No built-in Image Stabilization
Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR Review: Good for Beginners
23 July 2014
Summary: You can't really fault Canon for not changing up much in the beginner-friendly Rebel series over the years. The camera maker appears to have struck a chord with this line; Canon's Rebel T3i still ranks as one of the most popular DSLRs in the industry.
Pros: Compact, light body; Easy-to-access controls; Excellent image quality in good light
Cons: Some graininess at high ISOs and in low light; Poor autofocus in video; Some lag when taking multiple consecutive shots
Summary: So what new features does the T5 / 1200D have to tempt the buying public? There's a new 18 Megapixel sensor providing an increase of 6 Megapixels on its predecessor, and a slightly bigger 3 inch screen with
a bump in the resolution to 460k dots.
Pros: Excellent image quality and noise performance., 1080p HD video with manual exposure., 3 inch 460k LCD screen., Creative Auto mode., Free interactive tutorials for your smartphone.
Cons: Smallish optical viewfinder., No effects filters., No scene detect in Live View., No continuous AF for movies., No external microphone input.