Canon EOS Rebel SL1 (EOS 100D)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Ttt456
By: Ttt456 (2 days ago)
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Hey guys. I currently have a Canon T5 and was wondering if it was worth it to upgrade to a Canon SL1. The upgrade will cost around $90. Not sure if it was a good idea and if it is worth it or not. This is also my first time posting on this forum! Thanks for any replies!
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Hi, I am looking for a camera for astrophotography mainly and I'll get the filter removed for this reason alone. Now I can't decide which one to buy, I like the size and weight of 100D thats good for mounting on a telescope so lighter the better but at the same time I dont want to invest in a camera that produces too much noise at high isos and long exposures. With a new sensor on 750d, how much better it really is from 100d in terms of high iso noise? something like ISO 1600 with 5 min...
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Hello everyone, Not long ago I moved to EOS M2 (from EOS 100D) and I'm very happy for now - I'm even thinking that I'll sell my 100D soon as I feel comfortable enough with the M2 as my only camera. I've used the M2 with KIT EF-M 22mm, EF-M 18-55mm - which work great and making very decent pictures. I tried my Sigma 18-200mm C with adapter and I found out that the Sigma is really having hard time focusing. Now I'm thinking of buying a relatively compact super zoom lens - I probably buy EF/EF-S...
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A friend of mine has the SL1 and picked up the Sigma 18-250mm, now complaining about soft images when he "pixel peeps". Looking around it seems to me that he would be much better off with the Sigma 17-70mm. What's your recommendation? If someone is looking for sharpness in an APSC zoom going from wide to at least serious portrait range, which (if any) offer good sharpness? Generally I rely on certain review sites such as DXOmark and photography life and photo zone.de, but I live in the full...
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I'm recording my TV screen again. I'm thinking about running my receiver's audio into my camera's microphone jack. My concern is it might blow my camera. What do you think?
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Hello everyone ! In March I'm going to Japan for 6 months, and I've been considering buying a photo camera for a while now, cause I'd really like to take a lot of photos there (mainly landscapes I think, some portraits maybe). The thing is, I don't know anything about photography, even if I always wanted to get to it eventually !Therefore, I checked some reviews about some beginner's/entry-level photo cameras, and I found that the Nikon D3300 and the Canon EOS 100D/Rebel SL1 were pretty good...
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Hello! I'm very new to photography and I'm very interested in sports photography. I had received a canon t5 for xmas but have been given the option to switch to either the canon Sl1, Sony a6000 or keep the T5 and I'm just not sure which camera is best for sports photography. I'm not familiar with any accessories or capabilities with the sony or much for the canon for that matter. Help Please!!
matt9013
By: matt9013 (1 month ago)
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Sometimes I'll get bored and I'll just go around taking random pictures and mostly deleting them unless I take a good one. Someone on another forum said that a shutter/lens is like a car. The more miles you drive the worse it gets. The more times the shutter activates/closes is killing more and more. I know the older things get the worse they get but is taking these pictures from boredom killing the camera faster? Any thoughts? I have a Canon Rebel SL1.
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I've been wanting a DSLR for a good year and a half now, but I keep putting off buying one due to cost and the simple fact that I really have no idea what the best purchase to make is. Then a few weeks ago I went on a trip and realized my Nikon Coolpix (P300 or S9100 maybe? I've had it at least four years) isn't performing to the standard I want, seeing how I couldn't get many clear pictures after five pm. I would love to take night shots (most of the pictures I take are in low light as is-...
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I recently purchased an LX100 to take with me on a vacation to Egypt in February instead of carrying my Canon SL1 with lens assortment with me overseas. I haven't even received it yet, it will arrive tomorrow, but I have a question. While researching about taking photos in Egypt, I found recommendations to use a ND filter to help with the very bright sunlight at spots like the Pyramids. I have never used an ND filter before, and of course, haven't yet used the LX100, but I'm hoping that some...
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