Canon EOS Rebel SL1 (EOS 100D)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I have a chance to get a T3i body only for about $250.  I have been looking at the SL1 with lens kits for about $400.  I can add a the 24mm pancake lens and be at about the same price.  I know I forgo the touchscreen but what other things will be sorely missed? The SL1 does lack an articulating screen. My last cameras I owned were the Canon Rebel XS and the Panasonic G5.
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I'm planning on taking my family to the mountains in a few weeks, and doing a few star-lapse sets while we're there. Since I'm not the most knowledgeable photographer, I've practiced in my backyard a few nights in a row. I've tried with my Canon rebel SL1, XT, and XTi, using a Tokina 11-16mm lens. I tried my ISO at 1600, 3200 and 6400. I set my exposure to 9, 10, 16, and 20 seconds. My intervalometer was set one or two seconds longer than the exposure. My aperture was set to 2.8 for most...
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A quick question because I'm curious and have never handled one of these two models: does the green exposure (etc.) data display under the eye-level reflex finder of the EOS 760D and EOS 750D (i.e. the Rebels T6s and T6i) disappear as soon as you release half-pressure on the shutter button, or does it remain for a few seconds afterwards (as on earlier models such as the EOS 100D (SL1)?  I'm referring to when they are set to evaluative metering and single AF, before you actually decide to take...
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I am looking at a newly-acquired and relatively recently-built (I think) EOS 100D.  Having just got an EF-S 55-250 IS STM for it (brand new, how recently made I don't know), I was surprised to see that the camera's menu states that correction data is unavailable for this lens, unlike the supplied standard 18-55 IS STM.  Is this usual?  A quick read around indicates I can download correction data anyway and add it to the camera's store of correction data, but I was a little curious and...
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Can anyone recommend a trustworthy repair facility in Northern New Jersey (USA) for a Canon 100D (SL1) body?  The mirror is FILTHY and I'm sure it's not a tough job and I could probably do the cleaning myself using a sensor swab and some Eclipse but if reasonably priced I'd prefer someone with experience handle the job instead. Thank you!
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Newbie here, I bought my first camera, a Canon Rebel SL1 with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens. After going to the zoo a few days ago I got some great shots, but only up close ones. The problem is I thought I could get great shots from far away, but with this lens the results were not what I wanted. Do you have any lens suggestions for taking shots from far away? I was wondering if a EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III or a EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM would work? One last question, I find when taking...
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Hi guys, I'm thinking to buy this week a new SL1 (319€ for new cam). Is this SL1 a real improvement over my older 450D ?  I'm gonne use this cam in combo with the EF-S 10-18 f4.5-5.6 STM. Thanks in advance. --Dogs are the best human.Guy
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Hello everyone! I realize this is a question a lot of people have asked. I've done a lot of research. Like most people I feel a bit lost with all the different choices that are now available. This post might get a bit lengthy but I want to include enough information. So here it goes: My photography experience: studying beginner. I've done a lot of reading on photography basics/essentials, follow various photography blogs & watched videos on Creative Live/Lynda.com. So I kind of have a grasp...
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Hello guys, I'm new in m4/3 and I'm trying to decide which camera to get, I saw the old thread with same topic but it seems that it was open to long ago. Some background:I'm generally shooting in while traveling and hiking.I started with Canon EOS 100D kit and after a while tried it with Sigma 18-200 and Canon 40mm.I got to conclusion that the camera is to bulky for my purpose and decided to try Canon EOS M2 with 22mm, although it was small and nice - I didn't like the performance of it...
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Hi, all! I have this problem with remote shooting using EOS Utility (...or Helicon Remote - same problem). I'm using manual mode on Canon 100d and I want to set up my exposition like this: f4.0 1/200 ISO100. I'm using one strobe with 50W modeling light. I want to see the object, crop zoom through software so I could focus really good, and then shoot. The problem is I cannot see the object through live view because it's totally under exposed. What should I do? Should I add another continuous...
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