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

Announced Feb 7, 2011 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, Recently acquired a 7D Mark I for £460 new as an upgrade to my Canon 600d. Couldn't justify the jump to the Mark II or 6D at the moment, nor did I see better value in the 70D, and the 80D is still too highly price. I'm looking for a new lens or two, I currently have the 55-250 IS II, the 50mm 1.8 prime and the 10-18mm Canon. I want to add a better an more sharp lens to my arsenal. I shoot a range of things, from landscapes to aircraft and airshows; really at opposite sides of the focal...
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The DPREVIEW states that the Canon 16-35 f2.8L III makes sun stars.  I didn't know how people got sun stars in photography until reading that review.  The review states that the M3 makes more sun stars than the M2.  But, I can't find anything elsewhere about the model 2 making sun stars.  Does it?  I'm thinking of upgrading my Canon 10-22mm just because I think another lens might take prettier and sharper photos.  I've been generally happy with the 10-22, though I think we can do better.  But...
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Last week, my church asked me to take a group of photos for a little brochure.  When I sent them to the printer, they found the photos were not tack sharp.  I took more photos this morning, using a tripod and a two-second timer.  Also, I set the ISO on 100 and had the F set to 29.   This is on a Rebel T3i.   (I'm sorry, this is the best I can do in talking photo terms.)  When I examine them on my computer, they don't seem sharp.  I never noticed this problem with this lens prior to now. ...
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Hello. First post on the forum, but hoping this is the correct place to put it. I have bought a Blue Yeti Mic and tried connecting it to my Canon EOS 600D. I want to use it as a stereo mic and not mono. The problem is that it only seems to be picking up the right channel? Or... the input from the mic is on the right channel on the camera, so when I listen to it on the computer only the right earplug has noise from the mic.  It seems to be using its internal mic as the left one, and therefore...
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My T3i is several years old, and I'm thinking of purchasing the T6s, or the 80D as a second camera.  I would keep the T3i for a landscape lens, while also carrying the new camera with a potential 100-400 L II zoom wildlife lens.  As for shooting style ~ years ago, I was into shooting RAW and working with settings.  Now, I tend to keep the camera on or near the automatic option and shoot in JPEG.  Do you recommend the T6s or the 80D, and do you know if a new Rebel will be coming out soon?  I'd...
By: SameerSachdeva (4 weeks ago)
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HI, I want to help my sister who has audio video company and shoot videos for corporate or cover any such corporate interview / events. I have Canon 600d + Canon 18-135mm (and some of the lenses for macro, wildlife and astrophotography wide angle). What all bare minimum accessories are required for such videos and do I need to purchase a new dslr? Please suggest dslr and accessories. I am based out of India, so I can check on Amazon or Alibaba etc.
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Hi, I use 600D from past 3 years, Slowly I discovered my partner is also much interested in photography. but, both our verticals are different. She is much into sceneries, Landscape, Portrait and Street Photography and I'm into Wildlife and Birds. I have got Wideangle, Macro and kit lenses for her and Sigma 150-500 for me. 600D is fairly good for us both. Problem here is Changing lens for each moment and changing setting is real paid and moreover worried if the Rim gets damaged. Planning to...
By: mariosifides (1 month ago)
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Hey guys, I've been trying to figure out what is best for me to do in regards of start charging for my photography for some time now but I can't wrap my head around it that easy as we are talking about big bucks and what I am after here is to spend my budget the most wisely way I possibly can and not waste it on the urge of just buying something expensive as I know this is not how it's done. In my case, I own a Canon 600D with a 50mm and 10-22mm for the past 5 years now. I've been shooting...
By: Swamp Duck (1 month ago)
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I have a chance to get a T3i body only for about $250.  I have been looking at the SL1 with lens kits for about $400.  I can add a the 24mm pancake lens and be at about the same price.  I know I forgo the touchscreen but what other things will be sorely missed? The SL1 does lack an articulating screen. My last cameras I owned were the Canon Rebel XS and the Panasonic G5.
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I'm currently planning a trip to photograph the upcoming elk rut and can't decide which camera I am going to rent. My main camera is the lowly T3i which is fine for most basic things, but I am usually not happy when shooting it in the early morning or late evening as it falls apart at ISO's over 800. For the rut I will be shooting pretty much exclusively with the 100-400 II but I can't decide if I should rent the 80d or the 6d. In past trips I have rented the 6d since I use it for nightscapes...
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