Canon EOS Rebel T6 (EOS 1300D) Q&As

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When I got my rebel T6, I thought the nine focus points would work together, like a topographical map of my subject, to make focus sharper. But I learned that all 9 focus points for whatever was closest, and that I needed to turn all but one off. When I got my 7D Mark 2, with 65 crossover focus points and the fastest, most complex AF system shy of the 1DX Mark III, I expected the focus points to work better together, and they do.  But, unless you are shooting at birds in an unobstructed sky,...
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Hi all I have been working with macro for several months now. I have gotten some great shots and some not-so-great shots. That's photography, but the ones that get me are the ones that I can't figure out why they didn't work out. PRE: I started shooting on a Canon rebel t6 and a kit lens Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II (https://www.dpreview.com/products/canon/lenses/canon_18-55_3p5-5p6_is_ii) and hit walls very quickly. The only way I could get the magnification I wanted was with HEAVY...
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Hello guys! I'm looking to replace my small 1300D and upgrading to FF. I've been doing some research and I find these two cameras fit well on me (other options are welcome though). About my style, I mostly do macro photography and some landscape. The reason to choose FF is that I'd like to do some portraits in the future as well and actually, I don't think I need that extra magnification of APS-C or m4/3. Should I grab a new Canon RP with 24-105 STM Kit lens for around 1000€ or save some...
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My partner recently bought a Canon 1300D to learn photography, she also bought a Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 Earlier tonight we both went out so i could show her how to do long exposure photos a night but its didnt work at all for her The camera was on a tripod and she was using a remote trigger to take the shot The settings she was using was 17mm. f/16. ISO100. 30secs And this is how it turned out, every time.. Anyone know wht this would be happening It looks the the camera had jumped slightly as...
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I recently acquired a used 1D Mark IV that seems to be working just fine except the LCD screen, that displays everything with a blue tint. Due to this I’m unable to tell if pictures are correctly exposed or in focus when reviewing them in camera. But I’m able to tell if i switch out the SD card and put it in my Rebel T6.. Is it normal for the LCD to have a blue tint  ?
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Hi, I’ve recently become interested in taking my own modeling pics. These would be from 4-7 ft away, usually in sub-optimal/natural lighting. I’ve used a friend’s Canon Rebel T6 before, but it did so badly with the lighting (dark-ish room with a few spots of direct sunlight) that the camera from their iphone xr took better pictures. i’m not sure whether i should drop $600 on a phone like theirs, or whether spending it on a real camera would be a better investment, given the lighting...
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Hello,  I am fairly new to photography and I am having trouble getting clear, sharp airplane pictures with my Sony A6000 and 75-350mm Sony lens. I have tried a few different modes, and focus area settings but the pictures still come out a little fuzzy. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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Yeah, yeah ... I know. This is a Nikon z thread so what am I doing polluting it with Canon talk? Because I’ve never used a Canon and have a friend who needs help. Any of you know whether Canon has the equivalent of Nikon custom Picture Controls for its EOS Rebel T6 camera? I’m trying to help him see the comet through his LCD panel. If so, what software creates them, and what are they called? Thanks.
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Hello All, I have a Canon EOS Rebel T6 camera and tried the YN560 III flash. I get the error message "Menu not available. Flash is off or unsupported, or an accessory is attached". I get this same message even when the flash is not attached, I go to menu/flash control, flash firing is enabled, choose external flash func. setting. How can I get it to work? Thanks in advance for your help.  :)
By: Omid Shafe (9 months ago)
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Hi there,I’ve bought a used Canon rebel t6i recently. The main thing I do with that is astrophotography. When I attached the camera to my telescope and took some deep sky images I found some linear patterned noises in my photos. They are look alike in all frames, were more enhanced in blue and green channels and are not existed when taking photos with its dedicated lens (18-135 mm). I checked every setting and there was no change in this noise. I changed WB, color and everything and they are...
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