Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i / Kiss X5
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30 September 2013
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.
Summary: What an improvement this has made in my photos! Everyone thinks I hired a professional to shoot my granddaughter's soccer games, but it's little me with an amazing camera! Having shots with a soccer ball and kids in mid-air, or my dogs playful wrestling with shots only a pro could capture, make me happy! I AM REALLY HAPPY with this camera!
Summary: I kept hinting all last year for a digital camera because I was using my old high school film camera which is a 50/50 shot that you will get a good picture. I knew the camera would be expensive so I wasn't sure if I would actual get it but....I did! I've had it for about 9 months and I make sure to take it almost everywhere I go that I will want to take pictures. I'm not familiar with all the extra buttons and features but it's very user friendly.
Summary: LOVE this camera. I haven't owned anything besides my point and shoot or camera phone in 10+ years and then decided to buy the canon t3i. It's easy to use and I've asked multiple local photographers and they all say its an excellent camera for what I need. I have no intention of starting a photography biz, I just want to take photos of my kids sporting events and portraits as well as landscapes.
Summary: I shoot all my shorts with it and it looks awesome. I recommend using an external sound recording device with a boom pole and a shotgun mic though. The sound on this is not really good and you can hear the hand manipulating it.