Canon EOS Rebel T4i (EOS 650D / EOS Kiss X6i)

Announced Jun 8, 2012 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi everyone, I have the Canon 650d for few years and I'm pretty happy with it as a gear.  I have the kit lens 18-55 as only wide angle lens but recently I'm not so satisfied with the photos quality and planning to change it.  I've already done a small research and found the 18-135 usm, 18-135 stm and the 24-105 mm. I managed to confuse myself between choosing one of this three or keep looking for better options :D, so I decided to ask for an advice here  What would be a good affordable lens...
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Hello, After a good deal of research, I've decided to move from a Canon T4i buy an A6500. I considered going full frame but I'd rather spend more on lenses. I shoot mostly landscapes and stars; about 70% photos and 30% video. I plan to buy the Sony 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 OSS and the Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN. Thanks for any opinions.
By: sizzzling (1 month ago)
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Hi everyone,  Looking into buying my next lens, as want wide angle for real state photography.  So far looking Canon 10-18 mm , any other suggestions ? Thanks
By: Ziwi88 (1 month ago)
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Hi Guys, I've done a bit of research and wanted some outsider input. At the moment I have the following; - 650D - nifty 50mm f1.8 - Canon EF 100-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM  - 70 - 200mm F4 IS - + have filters etc So i'm not too heavily invested in the canon system, but by no means do I have a disposable income...  Anyway I find I don't use my camera nearly as much as I'd like when I travel (and in general to be fair) because I just cant be bothered carrying it. I am a vet student and mostly take...
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Hi, I’m a little confused and hope others on this forum can give me their opinion. I currently have a Canon EOS 650D and I was looking a adding a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 USM lens to it. Which I think would be a good portrait lens as well as great lens for taking wedding and event photos. I have lots of nieces and nephews who always seem to ask me to take the wedding photos. After ready comments on various forums I’m starting to wonder if my 650D is a good enough camera to get they most out of...
By: clfdes (2 months ago)
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I use my camera a lot and usually in a really dusty setting.  Lately, overall sharpness has been deteriorating.  Someone suggested doing a  sensor cleaning.  My question, is does this have to be done professionally or is this something I can do myself.  And if I can do it myself, how do you do it?
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Hi there. New to the forums here. I have had my T4i for about 4 years now and have been using some basic lenses: Canon 18-55mm EF-S IS II Canon EF-S 55-250mm F4-5.6 IS STM I take lots a general photos, but the stuff that gets me really excited are landscapes, night photos, and travel photos. This summer we are heading to Yellowstone and the Badlands, so I am really looking forward to some great shots and maybe even some astrophotography. I have finally decided to upgrade my lenses with the...
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Hey, I want to buy a camera protector like this however I didn't find the model for canon 800D in the market in my country, if I bought other models exp. 650D, 700D or 750D would they match? Also, I didn't find a screen protecter for 800D.. there is for the other models.. so.. any advice?
By: Amodh (6 months ago)
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Hi all. I am new to the forum and this is my first post. I have two Canon 650d and a 100d. I also have Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 lens. Now I first thought that the focus problem was with the sigma and did a calibration. The lens was slightly ff. But now I have noticed an issue I never did before since I never tried calibrting lenses before and I learned to accept slightly soft images from my Canon 85mm f1.8. After all the tests with the Sigma I noticed that the camera focuses extremely well in...
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Hey everyone,  I've been taking photos for a few years now. Started with a 650d now using a 70d and one day hopefully FF. Shooting with a 50 1.8 and Sigma 17-50 2.8. Mostly outdoor landscape, stills and some portrait shots.  I'm getting interested in learning more about portrait photography. I'm also saving up for a (have not decided yet which version) 70-200 f2.8/4. At the moment I have some spare cash and here is the question: I can buy one or two reflectors, maybe a stand to hold it and...
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