Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 700D / Rebel T5i
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Great Camera for the $$$$
DearOlDad, B&H Photo
6 days ago
Excerpt: Bought this camera for my son, who will use it for its video capacity. Since he's still learning, I figured this is a great entry-level camera, rather than shelling out $1000+ for a higher end camera. When he gets to that point, I'll just turn over my Markll to him, and I'll be gettin' the upgrade!! And you can be assured that purchase will be made thru B&H....Always the BEST!!!
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast Shutter Speed, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I have several Canon cameras and I purchase others because of my favorable experience. I added the T5i to combine the quality of an SLR with the articulating screen and Live View. Based on previous experience I was looking for a spot focus option which I use frequently on my 5d Mk II. It took a while but I learned about viewing the subject on the Live Screen view and then touching the screen where you want to focus.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, Large Clear LCD, Tilt /Swivel LCD
Summary: When it comes to DSLR, people are always confused (at least I was). I have 5+ yrs exp. with point & shoot, This year I decided to upgrade my camera. I did some research online and asked some of my so-called-expert-friends in my group. The more I discuss, I felt more confused. So finally, I decided to go with Cannon T5i Rebel. One of my friend suggested to bundle it with 18-135 mm lens because as you gain experience 55 mm will not be sufficient.
Summary: This package is honestly amazing. If you have never owned a DSLR camera this one is amazing. I would recommend it 1000% and the price amazing. The lens itself is priced at $250-$300 so getting it on a bundle is amazing. My options were the Canon T3i or T5i I went with the T5i for obvious reasons. Touch screen, constant auto focus, the lens, the body and accessories. It shipped so quickly that I could not wait to open it.