Canon EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i / EOS Kiss X7i)
Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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By: Justrs (5 days ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
Please read this entirely before jumping to any conclusions, because I know what you're thinking. I have a T5i and a 420EX Speedlite. I've set the Speedlite to Slave mode and it's working fine. I was tinkering with the settings on the camera because the popup was still creating a shadow. I selected the custom flash setting and then selected the icon with ONLY the Speedlite (no popup). My understanding is that this should cause the popup to flash enough to TRIGGER the slave but not actually...
I'm in a position that I can treat myself. At the moment I have the two kit lenses as per profile but I like shooting birds, occasional critters such as butterflies and general scenes and people. The 100-400 MkII is just within budget but seems too much lens for a modest camera so a lot of money, and a bit more reach but a lot more weight than the very respectable 55-250 IS. Additionally if I am in the process of upgrading then it seems that the 18-135 USM nano would give me the nice...
By: Sammy Yousef (1 month ago)
Posted to: Canon SLR Lens Talk
I'm primarily a Nikon shooter but wanted some experience with a second system. So about 3 years ago my wife bought a 600D on sale, and then later when Canon had a really good sale (double cashback with accessories) I bought a couple of 700Ds. I initially bought the 55-250 STM and although I was really happy with it, I wanted a lens with a higher magnification ratio for small wildlife/birds. So I bought a Tamron 70-300VC. On the Nikon side of the fence I love the 70-300VR and had always...
Hi, I currently own a X-E2, plus the XF 18mm f2 and the XC 50-230 II. My question is if the X-T20 will focus faster with these lens, specially with the 50-230 II. For the 18mm i honestly don't care much, as i use it for street / family / Landscapes, so, apart from indoor low light, i don't really need any improvements. It would cost me 500EUR (sell X-E2 for 300EUR and buy X-T20 body for 800EUR), so apart from all the other enhancements on the X-T20, if there is no gain in focus speeds with...
Hi everyone, I have a small question about Canon's official grip for EOS 650D/700D (Rebel T4i/T5i), the BG-E8. Does it have a Rebel-style shutter release button (the hard button with a noticeable "click"), or is it a full-frame EOS style button, the so-called "soft-touch release"? Also, can you tell me whether the rest of the buttons on the grip feel the same as on the camera, or are they at least similar. Thanks in advance.
Hello I have been using Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H20 for few years. I want to click my 18 months old kid who constantly moves, doesn't pose for pic. I haven't made success using sony H20. is that something i didn't explore in my h20 or should i go in for a SLR? i'm a beginner to slr world, my friends have suggested canon 700d for a beginner. Please suggest if i should go for 700D or i can click good ones in h20 itself. I wish to take good pics of my kid Thanks
I am currently using Fujifilm X-T20 with 14mm 2.8, 35mm 2.0 and 56mm 1.2, it is for causal and travel use. I also have Canon T5i with kit lens and 50mm 1.4, I sometime use it to shoot home studio portrait for part-time pay job. I am not sure if I should move to full frame Canon 6D with 50mm 1.2 L lens. Also interested a telephoto 70-200mm F4 IS. Some say the Fujifilm 56mm f1.2 is better than Canon 50mm f1.2. I know Fujifilm X-T20 is good but I think full frame 6D should be better. X-T20 does...
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