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

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Our Canon EOS 700D (T5i) camera has been producing images with a dpi of 72, when we obviously need 300 dpi for our print products.  We've read the user manual and played around with all the settings (and we have some experienced photographers in the office), and no one can figure it out. Can anyone provide some assistance? We do not want to shoot raw.  Thanks, Caitlin
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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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When shooting a moving subject with the 18-135 lens, should I turn off IS? I read it has dynamic IS, does this compensate for a moving subject? I will be photographing people walking in a fundraiser. Thanks
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Hi, I'm interested in using a tripod for a fairly light mirrorless setup. I usually travel, do street photography, and landscapes (not panoramas). I'm looking at Slik 700DX Pro (71 inches extended) and wonder if it's the right height for shooting or if it's too heavy to be worth it over a similarly tall monopod. Weight is not much of a concern, and I do not have the budget for carbon fiber. Thank you in advance.
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Just bought a sigma 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM for my Canon 6D. The few pictures so far are extremely good  ... sharpness, bokeh, color, zoom, AF etc ... in all this is a very impressive lens, well so far. What I am noticing is when the OS (stabilization) engages and disengages it comes in and out with a big thud, and in the view finder the image actually shudders really noticeably ... I'm not talking small here ... the image moves up and then down quite a bit, and you can feel it in the...
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By: Ishimaru (1 week ago)
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So i have a problem. First of all i have an old Canon 450D since 2010 with 3 lens. The classic 18-55mm that i never used.A cheap 50mm 1.8 that i use when i want more sharpness and light but is hard to use on tight spaces, dinners mostly.And a 18-200 Tamron that is allways in camera.I know this "package" is cheap and nothing special but allways worked for me. Now i want an upgrade. I waited for photokina but nothing special for the price i want. My budget is 1000€.After some research i only...
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Hi All, I have been using a Rebel T3 for two years, primarily taking photos in the Canadian Rockies. Next year I will be hitting the road to travel and will be using a camera in places such as the Amazon, Antarctica and the Atacama Desert. I have two lenses EF-S 18-55mm EF-S 55-250mm as so would like to continue using them if it makes good sense to. Would I notice much of a quality difference with a Rebel T5i? This seems like a great deal and I could sell the two included...
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Hello all , I just bought a T5i as my third DSLR . I had a 300D and sold it for a 400D which I still have , and now a new T5i. I have been taking pics and zooming in on them both from each camera . After seeing no real noticeable improvement in the new T5i , I took pics in manual with each camera . I took the pics within 1 minute of each other . After numerous pics , I wound up trying to be as precise as possible . On each camera I used the same lens , (canon 70-300 IS zoomed to 300mm ) in...
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Hello, I'm in search of a new camera and I've been reading reviews, researching the last couple of weeks. I would like some advice since I know there are people on here who have way more experience and knowledge about photography than I do. The choice is daunting to say the least. There are so many models, types etc not to mention all the different lenses. Some background: I'm relatively new to photography. First DSLR I bought was back in 2011 Nikon D40 with 18-200mm (it was stolen in...
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Hello everybody and thanks in advance. I am at a cross road basically at the moment and i cant decide whether to get the Nikon D5300 or the Canon 700d (T5i).  I am an absolute beginner, but still want the best camera i can afford (i am at university) but i still want something i can grow with and learn. I wont be upgrading the glass for a while and i will be sticking with kit glass for probably 6 months or so. (18-140mm on the Nikon, and 18-55, 55-200 i think it is on the Canon). Picture...
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