Canon EOS Rebel SL1 (EOS 100D)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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By: cscanlon (3 weeks ago)
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I have a Canon 100D and recently bought a used Rokinon/Samyang 16mm f2. I bought it based on dxomark info that make it seem like it will be sharper than my Canon EF-S 10-18, and I needed better low-light performance for video. The one I have doesn't seem to be particularly sharp, though. At best, I can match the 10-18 in sharpness. Occasionally the 10-18 seems to beat it (especially with DPP corrections applied.) I'm wondering if I misinterpreted dxomark, if dxomark isn't as reliable as I...
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Hi, I'm traveling through Europe for a month and I want to bring my Sigma 18-35mm art lens. I'm trying to pack light, so I'm looking to buy a small (possibly MFT) camera for still photography. I have a Metabones EF to MFT speed booster for the Sigma, in case I wanted to use a MFT camera.  What camera I should buy for best use of the Sigma lens? I've considered the Lumix GF3 and the Canon SL1.  Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!
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Hello, Luck struck and i got a used open box GRII from B and H. Other than an extended SquareTrade warranty and battery, any recommendations for accessories? I'm considering that GH-3 hood but kinda defeats the compact size benefit. Right now the camera fits perfect in my Tom Bihn SideKick with my journal. Strap or case recommendations? I'm new to photography, learning to extend beyond spray and pray, and oh-that's an exposure triangle. I needed a travel, buy-it-for-life camera that was...
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Since I don't have any experience with sigma camera's I wanted to ask if the sharpness from the sigma sd quattor with 30mm kit lens will be far better than the sharpness from my canon rebel sl1 with 24 mm prime lens. Will images like https://www.flickr.com/photos/148981344@N02/33459755265/in/datetaken-public/ and https://www.flickr.com/photos/148981344@N02/33304895742/in/datetaken-public/ look sharper? I have studied the studio test scene on this site and from that it appears to me that the...
By: Cote (1 month ago)
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While out shopping I came across what I feel is a great deal but I could be wrong. Double lens M-10 (15-45 and 55-200) kit new in box for $247.00. Really didn't need another camera as I currently own a 70D, SL1 and a Canon G-15 but I thought this was to good of a deal to pass up.  Think this will work great for auto museum and show.  First shot I took is below. Suggestions for getting up to speed on the M-10 are welcome.
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By: zcorrtes (1 month ago)
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which are the best and least expensive lenses used to shoot crisp and clear landscape images on the market right now that fit a canon SL1? Also, what setting does the camera have to be set to in order to get the clearest images possible.?
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When it comes to photographing on a cloudy day, what settings are recommended on a canon SL1 in order to get the best and clearest portraits?
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I've been using the M forum to learn my way around my new M5.  I've noticed that the majority of landscapes shown here are shot at F5.6 or lower, often F4 or F3.5.  Sometimes even F2. These shots often have nearby foregrounds and distant mountains miles away.  With my 5DIII I tried to stay up around F11 and higher for such shots and relaxed that a bit when using the SL1 but never went below about F8 even with the help of the APS-C sensor.  Shouldn't I be be sticking with F8 or higher when...
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Looking for a zoom lens for my 100d for a touring holiday in New Zealand Torn between 18-135mm for extra reach or 15-85mm for quality. Budget means new for 18-135 or used for 15-85. Anyone with   experience of both lenses. Brian
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Hello all! My wife's camera, used for dentistry photography with a Nissin MF18, has developped a fault. The flash hot-shoe seems to have lifted up from the body slightly, and the two rails seem to also be wonky, enough, to not allow the flash to make contact and be used. The camera has sat with the flash attached and in a camera bag in a cupboard for about 18 months, where it has not been pressed by anything. Is this something I need to go to a specialised repair shop for, or should I attempt...
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