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Canon EOS Rebel T3i 5169B003 camera specs and review

The Canon Rebel T3i camera is the latest and greatest portable camera.  Although this would still be considered an entry level DSLR in the camera world the Canon rebel takes amazing pictures and video.  The Canon Rebel T3i has gotten very good reviews in the photography tech world.  If you want something that takes professional pictures and something affordable this is the best choice on the market right now.  The Rebel T3I is compact, easy to use and includes Canon’s new DIGIC 4 Image Processor and an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor.  This cool little camera also supports Full HD video recording, Live View shooting, Wireless flash photography and sports a 3.0-inch LCD monitor.  The Canon Rebel T3i is currently on the Amazon best sellers list.  Watch the video review below.


Canon EOS Rebel T3i 5169B003 Camera Specs

Digital, AF/AE single-lens reflex, camera with built-in flash

Recording Media
SD/SDHC/SDXC card, via external media (USB v.2.0 hard drive, or via Wireless LAN (Eye-Fi card*))

Image Format
22.3 x 14.9 mm (APS-C size)

Compatible Lenses
Canon EF lenses including EF-S lenses

(35mm-equivalent focal length is approx.1.6x the lens focal length)

Lens Mount
Canon EF mount


Image Sensor Specs 

High-sensitivity, high-resolution, large single-plate CMOS sensor

Effective pixels: Approx. 18.0 megapixels

Total Pixels
Total pixels: Approx. 18.70 megapixels

Aspect Ratio

Color Filter System
RGB primary color filters

Low Pass Filter
Fixed position in front of the CMOS sensor

Dust Deletion Feature
Automatic Sensor Cleaning

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  1. . As I wanted to rellay step up the quality of my photos I didn’t get the kit lens, but instead started off with the Canon 50mm 1.8 II lens, which is around a385. This lens is notorious for taking very high quality photos for little money. (Be aware that serious lenses for these cameras are usually hundreds of a3a3 each). I also got a Trascend 16GB class 10 memory card which can handle photos and video capture very quickly. I took the camera down to family and friends and took plenty of photos inside and out. To begin with I just used the Scene Intelligent setting and let it do it’s thing. Well the photos the camera / lens combination took were outstanding, much better than I have taken before. The sharpness and detail is rellay amazing when you zoom in to look at the detail. The photos look professional quality, whereas I am an amateur, so very pleased. Shots inside the house, which was not well lit look brilliant even without using the inbuilt flash. The 50mm lens is rellay a bargain, but is probably best used as a portrait lens, as on this body it is more like an 80mm. This means you can’t rellay get group shots in a confined space. I have just ordered the 15-85mm EFS lens which will cater for wide angle and mild telephoto, and be a good general walkaround lens. But I will keep the 50mm, as it’s low light performance is brilliant, being a 1.8 lens. I had a quick go at videoing with the 50mm lens, but the result wasn’t great, because it is a bit of a telephoto, the results were jerky handheld but I’ve no doubt with some practice/tripod and a different lens the results will be great (especially one with inbuilt image stabilisation like the 15-85). But my gut feeling is this isn’t going to be as convenient to use as a mini camcorder but I don’t mind I bought it for the photos. In terms of weight, this is a very light camera to walk around with and fairly small. With the 50mm lens on it was quite inconspicuous and I carried it around on my neck all day without any neck-ache problems. I think the Canon bigger brothers are more like bricks to carry. There are an array of different modes to use apart from the simple point and shoot mode. I have been learning about things I never knew about with my Ixus, for example varying the depth of field by changing the aperture. In fact, this is probably one of the reasons why the photos I took of people are so good, the 50mm lens allows just the face to be in focus while the background is soft and fuzzy rellay makes a difference to the quality of the shot. These other functions bring a lot more creativity to taking photographs and I feel that this camera will give me a lot of pleasure as a hobby for many years. You can be confident that with a good lens or two the quality of the photos will never disappoint. I think with 18 megapixels, this is honestly as much, if not more than enough detail I will ever need. Photos can be printed at a large size at top quality. Also, with a sharp lens and 18 megapixels, you can easily crop the photos quite hard and still have a great result. For even more creativity, you can shoot photos in RAW mode. This means no processing is done in the camera. For this, you can use the included Digital Photo Professional software. This allows you to set the colour balance, saturation etc AFTER the photo is taken, rather than you being stuck with the settings you chose when you originally took the photo. Cleverly, you can tell the camera to take both a normal photo and a RAW photo at the same time. The RAW files are very large, but if you do happen to take a rellay fantastic shot you can edit it just how you like it, while deleting all the RAW files for the average photos to save space. I think that the 600D is capable of taking photos as good as it’s bigger brothers, but at a fraction of the cost. However, it isn’t built like a tank or weatherproof etc, so will need to be looked after.

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