Canon EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i / EOS Kiss X7i)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I was researching on the canon t3i then i saw the t5i which isnt a big diffrence but it does have higher ISO on the T5i, Looking to mostly record video with the camera still will do photograph with it also but not as much as video. Which camera would you recommend?
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I used to have a Canon 450D and I must say that it was a great camera. I have upgraded by buying a used Canon 650D which I sold 2 days later for some reason the camera was overexposing in Auto, P and AV mode Shooting through liveview was OK... but through viewfinder the result was very dissapointing. I was getting overexposed photos and I had to give -2 in exposure compensation in order to get a close must of a well exposed photo I searched the internet and show that for 650D this is kind of...
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The camera is in video mode and won't respond to the power/video button. I have managed to update the firware from 1.1.1 to 1.1.4 but still it remains firmly in video. Have taken off the lens, remove the battery for a few minutes, pressed the tiny recessed button on the bottom plate, but as soon as I slot the battery in, the shutter oppens and it enters video mode. Any ideas to try before sending it to the service centre? Thanks
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By: jeebak (1 week ago)
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Hi, im from kolkata, and will be buying my first DSLR this saturday. However i have some queries, and after reading up endless reviews on google and youtube i couldnt find any good answers. The thing is that, i will start with an entry level DSLR, because my budget isnt very high. After reading reviews i had singled out Nikon D3200 (Rs21,000), D3300 (25,000) and D5100 (24,000). The reason i didnt go for canon is because 1) the ones that will be within my budget are 1100D and 1200D and the...
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Seller says Canon USA warranty but says it does not have a warranty card. Is that normal ?
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Dear I am bigner at photography. I got Canon D700 i want to take a photo for a moving light.   Can you  please assist me in this.
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By: PhoToNeW (1 month ago)
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I had Canon PowerShot last time when i was still in college (several years ago) and i love taking photos, night life, landscapes, night views, anywhere i go, anything i see, plants, animals, and ladies. By that time i wanted to have a DSLR, have no money to buy but now that i have a job, i'm considering to buy one. Canon/Nikon/Sony Budget: Something for like 700D+kit lens, or 5300+kitlens, 70D+ kitlens, now 760D or t6s, and 5500, Body: Last time i had a chance to touch, play a bit, and test...
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Has anyone had any experience on these two cameras on their video. I am moving towards a Dslr but I was wanting to hear from someone first hand. The fz200 video is great.
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O.K., what is going wrong here?The first shot is out of focus bad. Also, I used burst mode and everyone of them were out of focus with the background looking like it's in focus. The people in the back ground are in more focus than the subject I was trying to capture. The second photo was one I was just testing, but seems to be more in focus. I used center point focus, shutter priority, AI-FOCUS. A opportunity missed. May not get another chance until next season. This 20D was giving to me. The...
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Hi there, I am looking to buy a camera for a plastic surgery resident who is still in training. My budget is around $750 including a lens. I am leaning toward the mirrorless camera vs. the DSLR since mirrorless camera seems easier to use. The intended recipient is not camera savvy and will not take the time to learn all the functions. I consulted this link http://thedigital-pro.com/plastic-surgeons/camera-info/. It talked about not getting a zoom len so the before and after pic will be same...
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