Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i / Kiss X5
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Awesome camera- not the best add ons
3 October 2013
Summary: I loved this set. The fact that it includes a camera and so many other awesome products for only 600 dollars is amazing. I've seen just the body of the T3i go for over 550 dollars and with the lens for over 600 so this is certainly a steal. So even though most of the other products suck, this is awesome.
Summary: This camera takes great pictures! The colors are vibrant and rich, the details are crisp, and the camera is so easy to use. I own a Nikon DSLR as well and this camera beats it hands down. The controls are intuitive and easy to follow and the menus are simple making this a great camera for beginners, and intermediate users will like this camera as well, what with all the features and the quality of the pictures.
Summary: I absolutely LOVE this package. I got everything I needed and more for one price, that was not much higher than the actual cost of the camera! You have the lens you need no matter what picture you want to take...took great shots of a ballgame at Met Life Stadium from 5 rows from the top...zoom lens is GREAT! I highly recommend this package even for beginners...a great package to grow and learn with!
Quick shipping, excellent quality, and amazing photos!
Kathryn Schonbachler, Amazon
2 October 2013
Summary: I absolutely love my Canon EOS Rebel T3i, if you have always used a Point and Shoot; and are wanting to upgrade to an SLR I strongly advise this one. It's a great beginners SLR camera and with everything that comes along with this bundle pack, you will definitely get your money's worth out of it and more. The image quality is AMAZING and the quality of the camera is EXCELLENT!
Summary: I tried purchasing this camera twice. Both purchases the camera malfunctioned after a couple days of use. I have been a big fan of Canon products in the past. After the trouble with these two cameras,I'm having second thoughts.
Summary: I am looking forward to getting started with my new camera. Once I saw some pictures my niece took with hers there was no doubt this was the camera I wanted. It is light weight, a selling point since I intend to take it on hikes as well as bike rides. I plan to use the photos for making greeting cards for personal use, as well as framing pictures as gifts. The image stabilizer was an added selling point.