Canon EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
Canon EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i) Ask a question in forums about the Canon EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i).
Ask a new question
129
Questions
asked
15
Questions
answered
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »
9
replies
I need a quick opinion on which one the SL1 or T5i. Now I'm hearing that they are both about to be replaced. I think they both use the same lens but is one better than the other for just taking pics and maybe ( not usually ) but maybe short videos. Pics would be primarily landscapes, birds, sunrise, sunset, no sports. Seems the prices are coming down on both. I'm looking at either with 55-135 and 75-300 lenses, but the bundle price will determine the lenses that I get.
4
replies
Hi there, I currently have the Canon Rebel T3 - I'm a beginner and right now I mainly shoot landscape scenery/wildlife and family, kids etc. I have read that the T3 is maybe not the greatest of the Rebel series and I'm wanting to upgrade as I've had this one for a few years and I see the T5i has more features. I'm just wondering if those with experience or knowledge can weigh in with your thoughts/opinions.   Thanks! Spring
37
replies
Answered
Hi Everyone I am new to photography, and want to buy my first DSLR. my budget is around 50k (850 $) i am interested in movie shooting. my question is which dslr gives better video quality better cinema grade color also better image between Nikon D5200, Canon 60D, or Canon 700D. i researched on net lot and its makes me little confused. some says D5200 is better so others says canon. even Nikon D5300 have better new sensor. but i read somewhere it has some focus problem. but D5200 and D5300...
Kazio
By: Kazio (2 weeks ago)
4
replies
Answered
I have just come from holiday during which I have used the 700D/18-135STM lens extensively. Because we were in desert like conditions I had to use sun cream all day. Unfortunatelt after 14 days, despite trying to wipe my hands as much as I could, the camera surface and exterior of the lens focusing ring have been coated with a sheen of sun cream. I am worried that pressurised rubbing with a lens cloth might cause fine scratches and dull the surface further. Also it is difficult to get into...
6
replies
Slight Twist. I have gift cards to Dell I need to use, so I'm limited based on what they have, which may be a good thing. http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/category.aspx?c=us&category_id=6057&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn Looking to spend between $500 and $1000. I tend to buy more than I really need - For some reason I feel I need the latest and greatest Cadillac version of items.  SO please talk me down into an older model/spending less based on my criteria below :) Mostly Family pictures, first...
3
replies
Hey gang, just starting out with some studio strobes and apparently Im doing something wrong but cannot for the life of me figure out what. Here is my setup and my problem.Canon T5i - Manual mode: Shutter 1/200 Aperture: variable from 3.5-8 (tried several)Set the sync speed to 1/200 per the manual ISO: 100 Shooting in RawBuilt-in flash setting set to Custom WirelessFlash mode ManualWireless Func: StrobeChannel 1Firing group ABBoth group outputs are set to...
27
replies
Going on a trip to Europe for 2 weeks this fall and was deciding which lens (18-55 STM or 18-135 STM) to get with my T5i for landscape and general travel photos.   Side Note: The 18-135 STM lens is only $130 more than the 18-55 STM with the deal I'm looking at. I'm also planning on purchasing the 40mm STM pancake lens for it. Any tips, opinions or advice is appreciated!
10
replies
Hi, I am very much confused for these two cameras. 1. Canon 700D (T5i) 2. Nikon D5300 I read lots of reviews, someone says Canon and someone says Nikon. My interests are Landscape, Wildlife, Macro, Kids photography and not interested in Videography. I will prefer crisp clear images instead of features like Wi-Fi and GPS. As per my knowledge Canon is good for Colours and Nikon is good for high ISO. Please suggest one. Thanks.
6
replies
How is the auto focus for video in the canon t5i, I found a kit with the 18-55mm lens for around $550 does the autofocus work well enough to be used in everyday videos. If not is it better to get a canon 60d that doesn't autofocus in video but is a better built body. They are both about the same price. I would use the camera for making youtube videos.
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »