Canon EOS Rebel T6 (EOS 1300D)
Announced Mar 10, 2016 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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If you are a user of this camera, what do you think of the OVF? Is it bright enough and large enough for comfortable use? I'm going to buy a new camera (haven't used one with an OVF before) and have to decide between the 1300D and and the M10 which has only a LCD screen for composing. I like the idea of an OVF, but how good is this particular one in real life?
Hello to everyone. I am new to photography though i have done alot with my friend's dslr but i recently got mine. A starter one Canon 1300d. In my kit i have basic 18-55mm and 50mm f1.8 prime lens. I wanna expand my kit so i wanna know what should i buy next? As mentioned my budget is around 150$ and i can go for canon, sigma, tamron etc. I want to do Macro as well as some night sky photography so suggest me like wise. Thank you.
Hey, guys! I've just gotten into photography and have very limited knowledge about it so I would like to ask you guys a question about a lens purchase I want to make. I currently own a Canon Rebel T6 and the only lens I have now is the standard 18-55mm kit lens. I am thinking about purchasing a new lens for my camera and am currently looking at the Canon 50mm f/1.8 STM, the Canon 85mm f/1.8 USM, and the Canon 35mm f/2 IS USM. I asked somebody about this and he told me that a 50mm lens on my...
I have a Canon EF 70-300mm and a Sigma 25-80mm autofocus lens from an old Canon EOS 300 I used to use. I am thinking of upgrading my fixed lens bridge camera to a Canon SLR (either EOS 1300D or EOS 700) in order to reuse these lenses but have been told that they may not work in autofocus with these cameras. Is this true? If so, I have no reason to keep with Canon and could consider migrating to Nikon.
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By: J1G4R (2 months ago)
Sorry if this type post has been asked before, but being completely new I do not know which makes more sense. I am currently in the market for a good camera that will last awhile (as technology continuously changes) and that I can use for vacation and baby pictures/videos. I am not huge into using it as a hobby or professional type pictures, just want something that makes sense, last awhile with technology, and still have great photos. Initially I was just looking at the FZ80 when its...
Am a still learning photographer with a Nikon Cool Pix which take great shots, but am considering the Canon Rebel T6 bundle with 18- 55 and 75-300mm lens for better shots of wildlife further away.. Budget is a factor. Is the 75-300 lens a good lens for the money? Thoughts? Thank you for any input!
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