Canon EOS Rebel T6 (EOS 1300D)
Announced Mar 10, 2016 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Between budget, but can buy eitherSigma 70-200 F2.8 APO EX DG OS HSM or Canon EF 70-200 F4 L IS USM?
By: Fritex (19 hours ago)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
Hello, I am planning to buy 70-200 telephoto objective for my APS-C Canon EOS 1300D and EOS 700D. I have few days left to decide. Currently I own 17-55 IS USM F2.8, 18-135 IS STM F3.5-5.6 and 55-250 IS STM F4-5.6. I have budget of $920 USD and two offers - I am between both of them, but can purchase only one of them. #1: Sigma 70-200 F.2.8 APO EX DG OS HSM (price: $1071 - can be lowered to the budget limit) - brand new, in a box, all included (aps-c adapter, hood, caps ...), not used, no...
I have a Canon T6 and my SD card's photos show up when I put in in my computer, but when I insert it back into the camera it says "no image". I already reset the camera settings back to factory settings. I've used this card between computer and camera perfectly fine until today. What should I do?
**NEWBIE** My husband bought me a Canon rebel t6. It was used and didn't come with a lens. I went to a local-ish camera shop and the shop owner hooked me up with a deal on a 35-80mm Canon lens. I've been using it for about 2 years now and i love it but i really want to get some different lenses. Anyways, my lens i have is 52mm but everything I'm reading about the Canon rebel t6 says they're 58mm. 58 mm telephoto lenses are readily available on Amazon but i haven't had any luck with 52 mm....
I am amateur photographer. I use my Canon 1300D for a year now and i want to upgrade for something better. I am deciding between Canon 7D and 7D mark ii for sports and wildlife photography, partially portraits. Later on i want to try something with video too. I can get Canon 7D for around 350 bucks and 7Dm2 for around 950 bucks. My question: Is the 7D mark ii worth the money or should i get the cheaper 7D?
By: 1300D BEGINNER (2 months ago)
My Canon 1300d doesn't capture images using the shutter button and only works using the canon camera connect app. I've reset settings, used MF and focused the images personally but it still doesn't capture. On AF it focuses when shutter is fully pressed but doesn't capture. Please help as the use of the app as a shutter makes it hard to take proper pictures.
Yes it's me again. I know. I'm sorry :-P I am really enjoying getting those close up shots, like the ones of the bees I took but, they could have been so much better with a macro lens no? I have a Canon Rebel T6 1300 (for those who don't know already) Any recommendations on a macro lens to get me started? Not too expensive preferably but, willing to pay for quality obviously. Thanks! P.S I have looked at many and read reviews but none seem to stand out. --"Photography Is Life Lit Up"
By: Coderedpl (4 months ago)
Hello everyone,I have a Canon 40D with a kit lens as well as a 50mm from a few years ago, that was gifted to me. I initially planned on diving deep into photography, started messing around with it, reading tutorials, watching youtube videos, and I even took a course in college on introduction to photography. I got lucky a few times and took what I thought were some neat pictures, but nothing to really "brag" about. Any decent smartphone would probably compare. All that eventually fell apart...
Hello again. Take a deep breath, make some tea or coffee because I'm about to ask another probably annoying or frustrating question(s) :-P The options on my camera are frustrating me. I am enjoying my camera so far don't get me wrong but, shooting full automatic is giving me Okay pictures, i get okay pictures with my phone camera. (I know I can make those ok photo's better by editing) but, I want to take great photo's and make them amazing by editing. I just can't seem to choose the right...
Hi all, I was browsing my camera settings and did not realise I have the ability to change what aspect ratio (AR) I take photos in. I couldn't find the information I needed to understand this properly in terms of what AR I need to be using when. This youtube video helped a little but I want to ask the following: My Canon 1300D camera seems to be set by default at 3:2; though there are other options (4:3, 16:9, 1:1). I understand the basic concept of "width by height", however I am going on a...
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