Canon EOS 1100D (EOS Rebel T3 / EOS Kiss X50)
Announced Feb 7, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | APS-C sensor
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First post, not sure if this is a camera issue or computer issue.Camera Canon Rebel T3 and computer is Windows 10. Last last year my photos began changing the file name with my intervention.In the camera the nomenclature is "folder number- photo sequence number"and upon transferring via USB cable the image is "file name-extension". What has changed it the "file name" Before it was: 100-0698 in camera and transferred to computer as: "IMG_0698.CR2"Now the same file after being transferred is:...
Hi Everyone, So i am pretty new to working within the studio and therefore have very little knowledge on how to set up studio lighting. I've got a Canon 1100D camera which I know isn't really the best camera to be using for studio work.. but I was hoping it would do until I can afford to upgrade. I've just bought some Godox studio lights, these were 2 400w SK400II studio strobe flash lights. I've also got a Godox FT-16s wireless trigger. I've been trying to set the lights up today. The...
Hi, I bought the Zeiss 50mm 1.4f manual lens and noticed that the lcd sceen on the camera was very dark, but the photos taken have normal exposure (according to aperture and speed settings).I read this is something related to the manual lens not "communicating" with the camera body, is this correct? Since the lcd screen is dark, I use the optical viewer on the camera to focus and noticed that if I set the AF mode to "AI Servo" then I hear the beep when the subject is focused (and also see the...
Hi, I have the Canon 1100D and I'm interested in buying my first Macro lens for food photography. Since 1100D is a crop frame camera, it means that it is already "zooming" as it is.So, buying a 60mm Macro lens means that it will be almost equal to a 60mm x 1.6 crop factor = 90mm lens and a 100mm lens "equals" to a 160mm lens. The problem I'm facing is this: How far should I be if I want to use the Macro lens to shoot let's say a plate with the food in each case (60mm vs 100mm lens)? I...
By: Maniana (3 months ago)
Since I really don´t know what to do anymore, and which camera too choose, I need some help from all of you guys. You have far more experience, so every advice would be helpful. For years I had got Canon Rebel t3 and canon lens 50mm 1.4 It was stolen from me so I saw it like a good sign to buy a new one. Well, I have no other option yet :) Things you should know and take in consideration: - I am a travel/fashion/beauty blogger and YouTuber - I make longer indoor and outdoor videos (20-40min)...
i'm having issues with my Canon T3. When I try to take pictures my shutter won't open all the way and the picture is taken with an odd vignetting. This has been happening quite often. A fellow photographer mentioned that I should take my camera in to get serviced and that it probably needs to be cleaned. I would like to know a bit more about this phenomenon before I take it in and throw money to get it serviced. I am way over due for an upgrade but I'd like to know if this is an issue that I...
For the last 3 years i have been shooting with the 1100D, paired with a Tamron 16-300. The past months i really have hit the limitations of the body and i am desperate for an upgrade. My main focus is landscape and Fauna tele (bit macro and portret here and there) so mostly im outdoors, traveling in all kinds of weather. I have been looking at the 80D, but with the new 77D things got a bit more difficult. And the 90D could/or could not be next announced February. or are there other options...
Canon EOS Rebel T3 I have a camera that has been in the back of a closet for awhile now, but I recently grabbed it and noticed two dark, worm shaped spots. It does not appear on the view finder before I take a picture, but then it suddenly appears once I preview my shot on the LCD screen and once I upload them to my laptop. I've switched out lenses to rule out that it's definitely not the lens, but something internal of the camera body. Forgive me, I'm a camera newbie, so I do not know what...
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