I use the camera from the beginning of production and yet I was not got bored. I use it as an amateur and semi-professional, the camera makes a good contrast and sharp images especially with lenses Sigma 17-50mm 30mm 1.4 or 2.8View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Canon EOS 600D (EOS Rebel T3i / EOS Kiss X5)
I got the EOS 600D a few years ago as an upgrade to my 350D. It was on offer with the spare battery and infra red remote. The bigger articulated screen is a major plus, and live view and video are very useful. Stayed within the Canon system as I had lenses, accessories and flash. I actually only use the Sigma 70-300mm and Canon EF 50mm 1.8 II lens from my previous camera, plus the wired remote, wireless remote. The Sigma flash did not work properly with 600D, so I bought a Nissin flash. I ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I have had to trade in my range of bigger EOS's (5DMkIII, 6D, 7D), as I have developed arthritis in both hands, and these cameras, while being brilliant, were causing a lot of discomfort because of size, weight, etc. I have bought 2 EOS 600D's, and find them ergonomically and weight-wise to be excellent. I am a working Pro, and my work was suffering with the bigger cameras, as I could not concentrate fully with the discomfort. I work entirely in RAW, Manual mode, so this little EOS is ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I like to compare this camera to my Subaru. My Subaru isn't the most luxurious, most expensive, most feature-packed vehicle on the market, but it gets me to my destinations in comfort and I know I can depend on it and take it just about anywhere without having to worry about it (leaving me to enjoy my destination). This is a fun camera that isn't very expensive and it allows you to be creative; starting with basic, fully automatic "point & shoot" features to going completely manual. I love it!View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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