Canon EOS 600D (EOS Rebel T3i / EOS Kiss X5)

Announced Feb 7, 2011 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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By: hogwild (2 days ago)
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I have a trip to Alaska planned and am looking to upgrade my T3i to a 77D or 80D.  I don't want to take a laptop or tablet, but I do want to be able to upload pics directly to a cloud storage service, e.g. Amazon.  Will either of these cameras support that?
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hi, nice to meet you all. I am a new member in dpreview, I want to ask about how do I get rid of mold on the camera lens?thank youindofotograph.com
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is there any way I can tether my canon EOS 600D from my iPad Air 2 through wifi or Bluetooth?
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Hi All, For still bird just few meters from my balcony, I have tried different settings using back button focus. I tried Manual, AV (Aperture priority), TV (Shutter priority), but could not get the desired results. Lighting was just ok, since sun was rising behind the buildings on the opposite side. Canon 600d + Canon 100-400mm isII. Manual mode - f/5.6, 1/1250 Sec, ISO-400 @ 400mm.Manual mode - f/5.6, 1/2000 Sec, ISO-800 @ 400mm.SP mode - f/5.6, 1/2000 Sec, ISO-1600 @ 400mm.SP mode - f/5.6,...
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I mostly shoot wildlife, and I have Canon 600d and Canon 100-400mm isII. Most of the times, I feel that auto focus is really slow and I tend to miss action shots most of the times.  I came across back button focus tutorials on youtube. Is back button focus technique helpful in all the scenarios, i.e. birds in flight if it is coming towards you, birds in flight if bird is sitting somewhere and about to take off, and normal wildlife (not just bird) shots? If not, then how can I switch between...
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Hi all, I've been saving up for the D750 ever since it came out and now I can actually afford it. I want to get the D750 somewhat soon as college gets out in early May so I need to decide if I want it with or without the kit 24-120 f4 lense. I bought a 50mm f1.8 this Christmas season when it was on sale (bummer, the D750 has gone up $100 since then) and will very likely buy the 20mm f1.8 as I have really enjoyed astrophotography with my Canon T3i & kit lens and think the 20mm f1.8 will work...
By: SameerSachdeva (4 weeks ago)
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Need suggestions is Canon EF-S 10-18MM f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens or Canon 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 kit lens good for capturing milky way (I have these two lenses)? or do I really need to go for a lower f number lenses, like Canon EF50MM F/1.8 STM or CANON EFS 24MM F/2.8 STM PRIME LENS? I have Canon 600d and if I need not purchase a new lens, then what optimal settings should I keep to capture Milky way?
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Hi, I have Canon 600d and Canon 100-400mm isII (and Canon 10-18mm wide / 18-135mm kit). I typically do wildlife and astro photography as a hobbyist. Does a battery grip really helpful for these two shoots at all? If Yes, then how to choose one? I can only have selected ones from Amazon...
By: aquavideo (1 month ago)
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Hi everybody, I just signed up to post a question that I just can't seem to find the answer to. A friend and I have taken it upon ourselves to put together a photo booth for a party. Since there's basically no funds we need to keep it cheap (and hopefully cheerful). So it's going to be a Rebel t3i + tripod + tethered laptop for viewing (this is the stuff we already have). We're planning on getting a couple of Neewer NW 562 C flashes and shoot-through umbrellas with stands to light the whole...
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Hi All, I have Canon 600d and its original battery over 5 years have malfunctioned. It hardly runs for 3-4 hours max. I mostly shoot wildlife and astro, so need battery backup. I do have another original LP-E8 Battery of 1120 mAh. However, I still need a spare as backup. Are third party batteries like the ones below worth it? I am looking for a higher mAh, so that I can take more shots. Following are some of the third party batteries available on Amazon...
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