Canon EOS 600D (EOS Rebel T3i / EOS Kiss X5) Q&As

Announced Feb 7, 2011 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello, I'm wondering if anybody could help - I'm trying to find a way to attach my Canon 100mm 2.8 USM lens to my Canon 18-55mm (the one that came with the camera) to bolster my Macro set-up. At the moment I'm working on a Canon EOS 600D with the 100mm 2.8l on its own, with a Hahnel Modus 360RT Flashgun. I'm particularly interested in photographing the Iris, and believe stacking lenses could help with my lack of sharpness and depth - these are my two sticking points at present. I'm reading...
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I currently have a Canon Rebel T3i and get a fair bit of noise in my astro shots.  Given the age of the technology I suppose it's not exactly surprising.  So I was wondering whether upgrading to a newer camera with a more modern sensor, I'm considering a 77D, will make a significant difference to the amount of noise in the RAW files.  Advice please.
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So the Canon T3i and a few others had a mode in 1080p video where you can "digitally" zoom in 3x without loss in quality. It had something to do with using a larger/smaller portion of the sensor to record video. What other cameras or brands have this feature? **Edit to add that this is what I'm talking about https://www.filmkit.net/article/why-the-3x-crop-mode-on-the-canon-600d-is-invaluable
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Greetings, everyone! I'm looking to purchase a Panasonic G85 (not GX85), for a 'run and gun' type of camera. Mostly for traveling, but also will do some wildlife/hiking shots. I'm coming from a Canon T3i with Magic Lantern. My *only* apprehension regarding what lenses to purchase with this format is the low light performance. I'm not looking for ultra-performance in the low-light category here, I know the basics of generally setting the aperture to 2.8, shutter speed as slow as possible...
By: PhantomCro (5 months ago)
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Hello there, i am new to this forum and i was looking around the internet for this in particular, can p1000 shoot milky way at night, is it possible with the settings it has? I cant find any photo of people taking with this one... i am asking because i plan to buy a new camera, to change my canon eos 600D.... I apologize if the question already exists somewhere, and i hope i get answer on my question. Thanks in advance!
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So here is the scenario. The APS-C Tamron 18-400mm doesn't work well on full frame cameras as far as I read. Hence, it can work on a 600D but not a 5DMIV properly. However, the dilemma comes here. If I want to use it on a Fujifilm X-E1. Will there be any cropping? Isn't the Fuji X-E1 an APS-C sensor camera as well?  The real question: If I use Tamron 18-400mm EF mount on Fujifilm X-E1 using Viltrox EF-FX2 SPEEDBOOSTER, do I get the 18-400mm equivalent? Or will I get plenty of vignetting as if...
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Hi everyone! I am just getting into astro and nightscape photography and i bought a Canon 600da, so the IR Filter was removed. Recently I had a clear night and i tried to get some pictures with the camera on a ioptron skyguider pro and a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8. The problem is that i couldn´t get the stars into focus. The next day i tried setting the camera up on a tripod, 10x magnify in live view and focus on a distant tree in front of the sky, to try and preset my infinity focus for the night....
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Hi I am new to anything dslr related. For the past couple of years I have been using point and shoot cameras for shooting short films and a few stills. I have decided to upgrade my "setup" and would like your input in my decision because 5 years ago I invested my money on a nikon coolpix l840 and was pretty unsatisfied with the clarity of the video. I heard the gh2 has pretty bad battery life and I won't be hacking the camera any time soon. The reason I am considering cannon 600d is because I...
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Hi, I finally decided to buy a DSLR, but the problem is my budget for 325$. After researching about used DSLRs and all I could find is t3i vs gh2. The reasons that I am considering t3i are : 1) I have heard canon cameras have greater colours 2) t3i has a battery grip and also heard that gh2 has pretty bad battery life. 3) t3i is around 270$ and comes with a lens while gh2 is around 210$ (body only). If you are recommending me gh2 then could you suggest me a lens that can be used for stills as...
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I've run in to a peculiar problem with my 600d. Whenever I try to take a shot in Live View mode with something connected to the hotshoe (flash or trigger), the camera just stops. Black screen, nothing works. IF I turn it off and back on, I can view pictures using the play button but can't shoot anymore, either in Live view or using the viewfinder. The only way to get it back to normal is to remove the battery and put it back. Can anyone help me figure out what could be wrong here?
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