Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 500D / Rebel T1i/Kiss X3
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Picture quality 10
Battery performance 10
The T1i is Bulky, but of High Quality
3 December 2012
Excerpt: The Canon Rebel T1i Digital Camera is a great DSLR camera for a great price. The camera itself takes really good pictures with comparable image quality. I tend not to recommend this camera to a lot of my friends because they are not photography buffs. This camera is often hard for the beginner to use, and beyond the auto function, the limitless options, customizations, and potential of this camera is often unused and untapped with a beginner.
Excerpt: This was my first real camera that I've used. I've been using it for about 3 years now and it's a real work horse. It's a great step up from a point-and-shoot and I would recommend this camera to anyone who is looking to get into photography but it's looking for a wallet-burning sensation. Problems: -No External Flash Controls -Low Light can be problematic -Battery life is alright.
Excerpt: Canon EOS 500D / EOS Rebel T1i Body Only Digital Camera is Fantastic! I used to own a Photography Studio and I have a contact with the Stock Shop and Medichrome, so I need a excellent camera. The Canon EOS 500D fits the bill. I paid $829.00 for mine plus another $350.00 for another lens, and external flash and a few accessories. This camera is great shooting on Auto or using it manually.
Excerpt: 15.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor DSLR that features 1080p HD video recording at 20fps, DIGIC 4 Image Processor offering better noise reduction at higher ISO’s and continuous shooting speeds of up to 3.4 fps delivering 170 large JPEG images in a one burst, 3.0-inch Clear View LCD, Auto Lighting Optimizer for increased highlight-shadow control, ISO range from 100 to 3200 (ISO expansion: 6400, 12800), Live View, and camera dimensions are (WxHxD) Approx.
Excerpt: Canon is my favorite brand. From point and shoots to DSLRs... I love Canon! I have had my T1i for 2 years. It's an excellent camera. It's very user friendly right out of the box. There are enough "auto" modes that you can get excellent pictures without knowing what the heck you are doing! LOL I have two crazy boys that love to run from the camera. With the handy dandy "sport" function... I can catch them and my photo isn't blury!
Excerpt: I have been using this camera for 2 years now and couldn't be happier! My pictures always look very professional and well-made. I think the shutter speed could be faster, but for this price it's probably one of the best cameras on the market, so I let it slide. It also works great in low-lit environment, the pictures look very bright.
Excerpt: As far as DSLRs goes any of them are still better than your everyday point and shoot. The T1i is great for those wanting to experiment with their photography and have more control over their photos. Great high resolution LCD screen. Excellent image quality and high ISO is a plus. It does lack manual controls for video and only does 1080p at 20FPS. Not a big deal if you shoot at 720p, but something I would like to point out.
Excerpt: This is my second Canon digital SLR, and I love it. It takes great pictures and is easy to use. It shoots HD video, but it is a little difficult to hold the camera still and zoom in and out. If you are not moving around alot the video looks great. I love the fact that when I push the button it takes the picture unlike point and shoot cameras.
Excerpt: This is a great camera for at least the average or above photographers. With the high megapixtel ability it produces great quality pictures. Very acceptable results are achievede when set in the automatic mode. I usually use the automatic mode and find the results more than acceptable. It uses the SD memory card and now with the price of those getting more and more affordable, one can take more than enough pictures on one card.
The clarity of the photos is astounding! I love it!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I really like this camera, and the photos it takes! I'd always just had a simple point-and-shoot to take my photos, but when I took a digital photography class at a local university a couple years ago, I had the opportunity to use a Canon SLR and see the photo quality it provided, and I was hooked! Any SLR is pricey, compared to a standard digital camera. But I saved my money, and once purchased, I decided that this product is DEFINITELY worth paying for! I love it!