Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 700D / Rebel T5i
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Canon Rebel T5i Review
8 July 2015
Conclusion: We'll see when mine arrives, but for now, it looks like a bargain price for a newer version of last year's T4i . If you've found all the time, effort and expense I put into researching and sharing all this, this free website's biggest source of support is when you use any of these links , especially...
Summary: The Canon EOS Rebel T5i is an entry-level DSLR following the classing Rebel line with an 18 MP sensor featuring built-in Phase-Detect AF. This is a light yet moderate-sized camera which is comfortable to hold and a relatively good number of direct controls, although a single control-dial.
Pros: Low image-noise, Good metering system, Accurate autofocus, Exposure-Priority Live-View implementation, Generally responsive, Good construction, Relatively light
Cons: Some image softness, Limited dynamic-range, Too few AF points, Small and dim OVF, Instant-Review delay, Buttons too flush
Excerpt: The Canon EOS 700D is a brilliant piece of kit: along with its 18-megapixel sensor, it boasts a quiet focusing lens, an easy-to-use touchscreen, a simple button layout and supreme video skills, but is it too much of a good thing?
Canon EOS T5i review: This entry-level DSLR is particularly great for video
14 October 2014
Summary: Adjustable swing-out display has touchscreen for easily navigating shooting options, even in sunlight. But the Live View focus, flash cycling, and general navigation feel sluggish by comparison.
Pros: Display swings out for capturing a variety of angles, Great image quality
Cons: Live View focus seems sluggish, Some physical controls are awkward to navigate
Conclusion: Reviewers call the Canon EOS Rebel T5i a "reliable and versatile entry-level DSLR camera." It replaces the highly reviewed but now-discontinued Rebel T4 and has all of the same features, plus a kit lens option.
Pros: Touch-screen, articulated LCD, Intuitive to use, Good burst shooting speed
Summary: The Canon EOS 700D / Rebel T5i is an upgrade to the 650D almost in name only, but still combines very good image quality with a comprehensive, well-designed touchscreen interface.
Pros: Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient, High image quality with good balance between detail and noise reduction in JPEG output, Good subject tracking AF in viewfinder shooting mode (compared to mirrorless competition), 5 fps with ample buffering in JPEG-only mode, Ver...
Cons: Slow 'hybrid AF' performance in live view and video modes (compared to mirrorless competition), Slightly higher noise levels than its peers, Default dynamic range lags a bit behind its peers, Using flash with Auto ISO enabled results in ISO 400 even in bright light conditions, Cannot configure co...
Summary: Much like the smartphone market, the camera market has gone through quite a bit of change over the last few years and while many photographers have opted for Micro Four-Thirds and Mirrorless cameras, there are still a large number of photographers who rely on digital single-lens reflex (DSLR)...
Pros: Stereo microphones, Good image quality, Easy-to-use Touchscreen interface, Plenty of creative filters
Cons: Slow autofocus in live view and video, Always on ISO 400 when using flash
Summary: The Canon T5i / EOS 700D promises to be Canon’s most advanced EOS camera to date, but is the 18-megapixel newcomer enough of an upgrade over the Canon T4i / EOS 650D? Find out in our Canon T5i review video. The Canon EOS 700D (Canon Rebel T5i) is the replacement for the Canon EOS 650D.