Canon EOS 100D (EOS Rebel SL1)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I am the owner of a Canon EOS 100D with a Canon lens 18-135 , 3.6.My problem: when using the flash (indoors) I get a "phantom" display or shadow of photographed objects. There is some diffuse background light in the room ( the flash is used because this light intensity is not sufficient for a direct photo) . Without the flash the photo is fine. This phantom display -in all photos of all object appears independently of lenses used and also independent of any diffuse background light. I Is this...
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Suppose an OP wanted to summarize a long thread on using a Rebel camera for night photography, especially the Milky Way.http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/55060013 Is it possible to add their preferred keywords to a summary of the thread that the OP put together at the conclusion of the thread?http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/55139545 My less-than-informed impression is that the DPR forum engine decides which of a limited number of keywords to use, automatically, and might choose just...
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I'm very happy with my 6D but I'd like to have an extra, much smaller camera that I can bring with me every day. In order to keep the kit as light as possible I plan to use a pancake lens in the 35mm-ish range, but I cannot make up my mind between the 2 systems in the title. Eos M + 22mm is extremely portable, will fit absolutely anywhere and is a bit cheaper T100/Sl1 + 24mm is bulkier than the Eos M, a bit more expensive but would also give me better controls, a viewfinder and a backup...
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Hi! All: Having a issue recently hope someone could help. I was shooting some portrait of my daughter in the basement. My camera is an SL1 with 18-55mm STM. I setup a white paper background and have her stand in front of it. I used two 400w lights to light up the scene from front(same side as the camera), I also have my 430EX mounted on the camera, SL1 was set to P mode. It took a few shots and found the photos were completely whited out, she was wearing a light pink dress, But her body was...
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My Christmas gift to me was a 50mm f1.8 lens and a Rebel SL1! I've seen photos where you can clearly see the milky way hovering over a mountain or a lake. One of the biggest reasons I bought the 50mm is so I can capture low light images like that. Unfortunately, after paging through the SL1 manual four times for an hour and a half, I'm not sure what settings would be the best to use to get the kind of image I'm looking for. I have a remote, and a tripod, and I know I'm going to need the...
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If I travel by car or check baggage, I bring my 60D, four lenses, flash, tripod, and miscellaneous other gear.  I don't generally mind the weight and bulk, but there are times when I want to carry on all my baggage or I'm taking a day trip with others as a passenger and need to lose some of the bulk. Obviously the above are very different cameras, but they both appeal to me as a lighter weight smaller kit.  With the SL1, I would get one or both of the pancake lenses and maybe carry the 55-250...
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I mainly photography my family, kids, and sporting events. I don't use my camera much anymore due to it processing so slow. I usually shoot in Manual. Trying to justify spending the extra $$ for the 3 different cameras and looking for any advice. I would love to learn and grow in my knowledge and ability. TIA
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HELP! My wallet fell open and it can't get up! :-O :-) Last Sunday (12/7) my wife and I jumped BIG into DP with both feet and a good chunk of our wallet ($3,500)! Before our 7 day return window runs out please help us make sure what we got is a good value and will meet our needs and skill level for several years OR recommend alternate gear to better fit our scenarios :-). Many thanks in advance! Questions: What two cameras (for wife and I) + lenses + accessories do you recommend for a...
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I'm trying to pick a camera as a gift for my wife.  She is a novice when it comes to photography.  Coming from a Panasonic FZ35, Panasonic Sz15.  Which have been okay, but doesn't produce the type of photos she is looking for.  She mostly sticks with the auto settings, but occasional will 'play around' with more advanced features. She will be using it for a lot of different purposes, but mostly for pics of kids at various events (soccer, dance, band, baseball) most of those will be at...
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I love my SL1 with the standard 18-55 IS STM lens kit, but I wish it had a bit longer zoom (preferably 100+, but even 70/80 vs 55 would be better). Is there a lens that would be as good as the 18-55 IS STM lens kit, but with a longer range? Or do I need a dedicated zoom lens? Considering the budget of $350 or less for either new/refurbished/used. If it's helps, I mostly shoot iQ, have little-to-no knowledge of photography (such terms as "aperture" scare me), and mostly use camera for family...
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