Canon EOS 600D (EOS Rebel T3i / EOS Kiss X5)

Announced Feb 7, 2011 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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HI there everyone! i need a new camera with video as main focus and photography as second! okay a lil bit of background. i had bought a sony a58 last year. i had saved up about $500 and wanted to get a dslr and with video as primary focus and had 2 choices, t3i or a58. i went with sony because all the other cameras ive ever used before (point and shoot) were all sony and well it seemed like it had a lot more features minus the rotating screen. then i bought the a58 and i was surprised. the...
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Hi, I'm using Canon 600D to record a ledcube I made. When the light intensity of the blue LEDs in the ledcube increases, I get this pink color (see picture)... I've used different filters (ND2, ND4, ND8, CPL, FLD, UV) and settings in the camera but it doesn't help much. The only way I was able to remove "this pink color" was by compromising the brightness of the video, ex. by reducing the ISO. This is however not an option for me. How can I filter it out and still preserve the brightness of...
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Hi, with the new Canon 7DII I read in some posts about that it can do AF with f8. Why is this so special and what does it actually mean? Since AF works on my 600D also if I choose f values bigger than 8, I probably lack some knowledge to understand this. Hope someone can enlighten me :) Bruno
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By: Shutterbugza (2 weeks ago)
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I'm using the NX1000 with the 50-200mm lens, I notice that even in bright light I can't use high shutter speeds(1/1000sec). Settings used are aperture priority mode ISO 400, f/5.6 with the shutter speed ranging from 1/200sec - 1/800sec. Obviously I could change to shutter priority mode or manual to force the shutter speed to go faster but then risk having a under exposed photos. Now if I'm using my dslr (canon 600D with 100-400mm lens) with the same settings I get shutter speeds up 1/2000 or...
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I bought a YN568EX II for my Canon T3i Camera recently, it's ETTL works very much fine on hot shoe. Does anyone know how to setup YN568EX II off camera and get the ETTL work? I want the ZOOM, POWER auto adjust when I set the flash OFF the camera and when I change my camera settings I want the flash to auto correct the camera settings changes.
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I have an eos rebel t3i with an efs 18-55mm lens.  I have been volunteered to take indoor volleyball photos. I have been using the sports setting and the majority of photos have been good.  But, the volleyball is blurry in every photo i take.  some of the players hitting at the net are a bit blurry.  Do you have any suggestions on how to get the moving volleyball in focus?
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This past year I have gotten into nightclub/live music photography and have learned alot in the process. In the beginning I was using flash with my shots as the venues have very little lighting. So I started doing lightroom filter effects to offset the flash to make my shots more "interesting". For the most part I have received LOTS of positive reviews of my work. A local club has started to pay me to come to their club to shoot photography for their events and based on some of my lighting...
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I have been shooting bars/club, live venue and live band events around town.  I have been asked many times if I shoot greenscreen.  At this point I do not, but looking into, it looks like something I could get into. The setup would be to set up the greenscreen in the corner of the bar/club and during band breaks, take photos of the band/patrons, etc.. and during the band play time, I could process and deliver the photos. My question is, although this is a first for me, and I am on a budget,...
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By: dreyups (4 weeks ago)
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Im a beginner photographer looking for a entry level DSLR. ive heard the canon t3i is a little more durable than the d3200? in your opinion which is better? can someone alos explain the differences in the sensors?
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As far as I know, adapters are available to make old lenses compatible with DSLRs but I'm unsure about the 600d. Any suggestions or knowledge would be much appreciated!
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