Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i / Kiss X5
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20 March 2015
Summary: Only a year after the release of the , here is its replacement -- the T3i. Let me state right now that existing T2i owners needn't feel that they are missing out by not upgrading to this camera. The T3i keeps the 18 megapixels and range of its predecessor, so there is no difference in image quality.
Conclusion: The Canon EOS 600D is destined to be a major success. Despite being laden with the kind of features you’d expect to find on an enthusiast-level DSLR, it retains its compact size and ease of use and manages to deliver a very high success rate in terms of well-exposed, sharp results.
Conclusion: In the battle for best beginner DSLR camera, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i vies for first place, shooting top-notch photos and HD video in tests. It boasts some extras not found on its competitors, including a swiveling LCD screen and exposure bracketing.
Pros: Superb image quality, even in low light, Compact and lightweight, Swiveling LCD screen, Exposure bracketing
Cons: Slow autofocus in live view, No continuous autofocus when shooting video
Excerpt: Please watch the video full-screen and at the highest resolution. (I had a hot chocolate just before the video, so my apologies. That's HD for you.)I've been taking a few shots with my new Canon EOS 600d / Digital Rebel T3i over the last few days, you know, the usual thing, nipping out at lunch from...
Summary: The Canon EOS 600D is an excellent reflex. It can generate good-quality images from high definition, with accurate colors and realistic, and without suffering much of problems related to digital noise.
Summary: While the T3i doesn’t come across as a major upgrade to the T2i, it’s a thoughtful addition to the line and keeps Canon competitive with the likes of the long-in-the-tooth Nikon D5000. Though due for an upgrade, that Nikon now has no major advantage over Canon at this level of camera body.
Conclusion: As it stands, the Canon T3i is the flagship Rebel, with the T3 and T2i beneath it in features. Its still image quality is among the best in its price range, and its video modes are quite complete, offering excellent quality, provided you can handle shooting video more carefully than you would with a...
Pros: Excellent and proven 18-megapixel sensor, Lots of detail, especially in RAW files, Very good high ISO performance, Very accurate colors, Full HD video capability at three frame rates with auto or manual exposure control, Video Digital Zoom, ranging from 3-10x, Good quality optics with image stabi...
Cons: Excellent and proven 18-megapixel sensor, Lots of detail, especially in RAW files, Very good high ISO performance, Very accurate colors, Full HD video capability at three frame rates with auto or manual exposure control, Video Digital Zoom, ranging from 3-10x, Good quality optics with image stabi...
Excerpt: Canon’s latest Rebel T3i offers a robust feature set, a staggering 18MP APS-C sensor, good control over your photography, and an impressive array of movie modes. At just a little more than 18 ounces, the T3i feels very good in your hand.
Pros: Great feel in the hand; impressive video capabilities; good manual.