Canon EOS Rebel SL1 (EOS 100D)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, all! I have this problem with remote shooting using EOS Utility (...or Helicon Remote - same problem). I'm using manual mode on Canon 100d and I want to set up my exposition like this: f4.0 1/200 ISO100. I'm using one strobe with 50W modeling light. I want to see the object, crop zoom through software so I could focus really good, and then shoot. The problem is I cannot see the object through live view because it's totally under exposed. What should I do? Should I add another continuous...
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So I am a beginner, coming from someone who has just used their point and shoot and their cell phone. I want to learn and be able to use a camera in manual mode to get better pictures. I want a camera that I can bring with me, and will fit in a purse. I would like to take it hiking, take pictures of my dogs J, maybe have it for scrapbooking, and just to have it for normal everyday shots. I got a good deal on a Canon SL1, but I started reading online about “mirrorless being the future,” and...
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So, I am fairly new to astrophotography.  I just got back from a trip to Arizona, Utah and Colorado, where I was able to capture my first images of the night sky.  I just bought a refurbished Canon SL1, as my Rebel was way too far out of date.  I have a Sigma 18-300mm lens f/3.5-6.3 Macro HSM lens that I use for the majority of my shots, and I used the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens for all my shots of the sky.  I was pretty happy with the end result, especially since it was my first time and I...
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Ditto for EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM vs. EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II.  I want to know what the identifying marks are, as it isn't clear to me when I look at Canon's website. Two family members have Canon kits, a T2i and a SL1, and I'm not sure which lenses they came with. Based on age alone, I'm guessing the T2i has the IIs. I'm not sure about the SL1, however. My reason for asking is that I'm thinking of getting an 80D and one of the options is as a kit with the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS...
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Hi guys I'm new to this and got myself a canon 100d , I'm going to the bmx track to photo my lad at speed jumping his bmx , it's sunny what's the best settings on the dial and shutter speed aperture and likes please ?
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I have a Canon SL1, and an old 430EX II flash unit.  I was wondering if any of you had any suggestions as to how I can take the flash off the body and use it wirelessly.  The whole transceiver thing is a bit confusing and have been trying to research it, but I feel like I'm missing something. I don't have money to buy a new flash unit, and it wouldn't matter since the SL1 doesn't have a integrated wireless system.  So do I buy a flash trigger, or do I get a transceiver? Any brands to...
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Hi, I ve been an avid reader of the forum for many years, now I have a dilemma, i have a 4yrs old 1100D which served me well, now i was thinking about upgrading it, the SL1 and 700D is within my budget, Im just a hobbyist. I was comparing the three cameras and their IQ , I found that though the SL1 and 700D are way better spec wise but the IQ is not that different, infact the high iso performance was better in 1100D imo. Im attaching some pics from the "compared to raw" section from the...
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Hi This summer I am going to Colorado, and would really like to shoot some images of the Milky Way. In the past, they haven't been as good as they could have been, since I hadn't really had that great equipment, but now I plan on ordering a Rokinon 14mm F/2.8 to allow some more light to come in, and I became more skilled in Photoshop. This is one of my previous Milky Way Images- https://www.flickr.com/photos/126110094@N07/26838829736/in/dateposted-public/ This was taken with a standard...
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So I received the Alien Bee 400 flash unit + hot shoe adapter. https://www.paulcbuff.com/b400.php https://www.paulcbuff.com/hsa.php - this is the hot shoe i ordered as well  I slide the hot shoe on my canon SL1, then connect the sync cord, but it was a bit tight so I pushed it in. Fits fine. The test buttons work on both ends (hot shoe and flash unit). But the problem is it won't trigger any flash from camera. I'm on manual mode as well.
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I'm rather new to Canon having just the M3 and the SL1 and 3 lenses for each.I'm interested in the 80d (maybe 70d). I understand that in, say, AV mode that the main (top) dial controls the aperture and that you can configure the quick dial for exposure compensation. The way I shoot most often has me changing the exposure compensation much more than the aperture. So, can you switch these two dials so that the exposure compensation is the main dial and aperture is the quick dial?Thanks in...
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