Canon EOS 700D (EOS Rebel T5i / EOS Kiss X7i)

Announced Mar 21, 2013 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello! This is my first question here. I bought a chipped M42 to Canon EOS adapter from XCSource from Amazon (this item here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01H6SDZ6O/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 , but when I turn on my Canon 700D (T5i) camera with this adapter mounted I get this error message: “Firmware update failed. Try updating again”. When i press OK, I get a new message: “Memory card containing firmware is required to update.” The info that I have from the Amazon web...
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Switching from point & shoot and smartphone photography to DSLR photography using my cousin's DSLR that was Nikon D5500 and using my old friend's camera (Canon rebel T6i/750D) and my sister's mirrorless(sony A6000) and after using and tring all these cameras l wanted to buy one of these cameras but thier recommends were buying Canon T6s or Nikon D3400 or Sony A5100 .   So, which brand is better to get one of these cameras : Nikon D5500 , D5600 , D3300 ,D3400 and some good lenses. Canon 1300D...
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G'day guysA few weeks ago I purchased a canon 80d and sigma 18-35mm as my upgrade coming from a 700d/kit lens. First thing I noticed was back focusing (further than intended focus point) using the sigma lens, minor at 35mm but ridiculous at 18mm which I did sort it out as much as I could with in camera micro adjustment.  What I did find odd was even in live view shooting, it was mis focusing with the sigma 18-35. At first I thought "oh never mind it's the lens" but then it got me thinking.....
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Hello! I would like to use my 70D (or my T5I for that matter) as a PC webcam to broadcast our worship services through facebook-live. Have any of you used you DSLR in this way? Will this damage the sensor? Is SparkoCam the only software that will do this? I read in dpreview that Blackmagic is going to sell equipment that will help with live-streaming, but I want to save those $500USD!! Many thanks for y our help, Armando --'Heavens declare the glory of God,' and I hope my pictures will...
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Hi, I started photographing with my dad's old 350d (I know, it's ancient), and kinda of tried everything you can do with it, but I simply suffer when I have to use ISO 400 or more, and so on. So I decided to buy a new body, (and I'll go with canon cause I have 3 lenses) and saw a great price for the 700d on Amazon (450€ body only). But then I found out how much better the 750d is, and it's a nice deal as well. After that I realized that it's almost time for new models, so my question is,...
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Hi — I'm in the process of purchasing a Canon t5i DSLR.  I am purchasing it from a clocal Craigslist seller.  It looks like it comes with the standard lens (EF-S 18-135 IS STM) that comes with the camera in a kit. However, I found a Tamron 16-300 Macro Dill VC PZD for Canon on another Craigslist site. I negotiated it down form her asking price of $500 to $275.  Seller claims it cost $629 new one year ago.  They said it was barely used and is in new condition. My question is, as a intermediate...
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I haven't spent too much time investigating/replicating it, but it's something I randomly noticed. If I'm in manual shooting mode and lens is set to AF On, it won't take the picture. It's usually if I'm too close or in a very dark room. So is it because the lens is in AF? I always thought if the camera can't get it in focus, and you press the shutter button again, it'll just take it. Sidenote : I just upgraded from the t5i two days ago :) Loving it so much. I decided to play around and build...
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I'm planning to get the new Canon 70-300 mkII this month to upgrade from my really old 90-300. That range is good for most of my daily needs, but last year in summer I spent a lot of time at the beach and 300mm for surfers and people doing paragliding from the nearby mountains is not long enough, I was forced to crop a bit too much. Canon's 100-400 is out of budget and too heavy (I often go hiking and/or travel by bicycle), and getting a Tamron 150-600 feels a bit overkill, mostly because I'd...
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tI have a Canon T5i and I have been generally unhappy with the quality of my indoor and low light shots. I find the pictures I take in such scenarios to really be lacking sharpness and detail, despite what I think are some pretty nice lenses. I'd greatly appreciate any critiquing and feedback on what different settings and techniques I can use. These pictures were taken with a Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM Lens Samples: Here is a very still subject indoors with a pretty good amount of light...
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ok so basicly i bought a new 80d last week and have been taking some photos and just been testing out, however i just realised i am not able to see my image thumbnails on my pc. I had a 700d before and i could open up my files with windows photo viewer or live viewer but i cannot see anything anymore. It was handy becuase i used to be able to just look at which image i wanted and then just opened it with photoshop or lightroom. I have tried everything from updating my operating system to...
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