Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 700D / Rebel T5i
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Canon EOS Rebel T5i
17 June 2015
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
Conclusion: The Canon EOS 700D with the brilliant new 18-135 mm lens is a delight to handle, save for the processing issues. Thanks to the built-in mic, auto-tracking features, stereo speakers, tiltable screen, and Full HD video support you can make short feature films as well.
Pros: New-gen kit lens is great to work with; Touchscreen is very responsive; 360-degree tiltable screen.
Cons: Lens takes time to focus in video mode; Optimisation issues; Not too much difference over its predecessor; Expensive.