Canon EOS 600D (EOS Rebel T3i / EOS Kiss X5)
Announced Feb 7, 2011 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Is there a place where I can find the protocols and settings used for the studio comparison tool shots? If I download the raw image and load into ACR, the images look far better than they do in the tool. Obviously they remove the default sharpening and color noise reduction, but the tonalities look different as well. I was trying to compare the D7200 and the 80D at ISO 6400, and I felt that my old Canon Rebel T3i looked better, which I knew was not right. So I downloaded the raws and compared...
Hello, As it has been a short while since updates on this lens and its focusing issues, I was wondering if anyone has used it with the 600D? It appears that the issues don't occur with high end crop sensor cameras, so I am wondering if the 600D would cope? Kind regards.
I use a 600D as my back-up camera and I hardly use it however I have to my memory taken very good care of it (haven't hit it against anything or left it in damp/hot conditions etc). The last few times I've switched it on, I have not been able to adjust the white balance on the manual setting (which is the only setting I use). When I select white balance the screen goes black and reads "Busy... please wait" until it switches itself off. Any ideas on what might be causing this and how it can be...
Hello, I've researched about this tripod and it's more directed to video apparently. Could anyone tell me if it would be good also for photography, including having the camera in the portrait/vertical orientation? I have a Canon 600D and a Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 lens. I'm asking because I can't afford to buy a decent one and it's selling for 45EUR second-handed.Grateful for your time
Hello! My name is Krissie and I am a photographer looking to up her game. I am shooting with a t3i right now, I have had it for about 3 years, but as my business grows so does my equipment. I have been looking at the 5d mark 3 or the 7d mark 2. I do a lot of weddings, engagement, bridal. That's where I would like the majority of my time spent in the next few years. Do either of these cameras have a full auto setting? I obviously usually shoot mostly manual, but as a fail safe I do on...
Good day! I have a 600d which i mostly use to photograph wildlife. I like to think i have improved to the point where i feel limited by the rather "entry level" autofocus and low light performance. i would love to go out and buy a 7Dmkll (and maybe a 100-400 mkll lens :-)) but alas my finances fall far short. So plan B is to look at used gear. Where I live 7Dmkll's seldom come up for sale as used. Occasionally 70D are seen for sale used. So my question: is this a worthwhile upgrade? Barend
Ok likely another lens thread, and I know there are a pile of these but am looking for some long term advice from people who may have been in my spot in the past and figured out a path forward. I'm currently shooting on a 600D and after thinking hard about it I am likely to stay with APS-c cameras moving forward (I prefer the slightly smaller bodies and would rather use the cash on better lenses as I feel the gap in bodies will close as tech advances.) Currently my gear consists of a kit...
Hello, I'm looking at upgrading my equipment either with a new camera or a new lens. I currently shoot with a Canon Rebel T3i and primarily use a the Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens for portrait photography. I sometimes pull out my Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 and use but I feel like it doesn't focus well enough to use for portraits. I have other lenses that I use periodically but my nifty fifty is usually the go-to. I was considering upgrading my camera to a full frame camera, the Canon 5d Mark iii. I have...
By: rylchrd (2 months ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hi Guys, I am kinda new to photography and this question have been bothering for some time now. well what do you guys prefer? lower iso with higher shutter speed during photo sessions especially on portraits but have an underexposed image and edit it on lightroom or shooting at higher iso and have a perfectly exposed image to have a less edit in lightroom? for example i shoot at iso 100 with shutter speed of 1/125 at low light. is it better to stay at iso 100 or should you play with your iso...
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