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...
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.
By: yazcui (3 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
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
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...
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!
By: Michael Matta (5 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
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...
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....
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...
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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