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Photographers looking for an easy-to-use camera that will help them create their next masterpiece need look no further than the Canon EOS Rebel T3i. High image quality and speed The EOS Rebel T3i has an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) sensor that captures images with exceptional clarity and tonal range and offers more than enough resolution for big enlargements or crops.
HD Dreams Come True When Full HD (1920 x 1080) is set, you can use Movie Digital Zoom to magnify the center of the image by approximately 3-10x.
Low Angles or High, a Big Vari-angle LCD Captures All the Details The EOS Rebel T3i features a bright, high resolution, flip-out Vari-angle 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor for shooting at a variety of angles. Automatic Scene Analysis for Standout Color The EOS Rebel T3i DSLR's new Scene Intelligent Auto mode unites five Canon digital camera technologies – the new Picture Style Auto, plus Automatic Lighting Optimizer, Automatic White Balance, Autofocus, and Automatic Exposure –into a powerful new feature for photographers. Intelligent Scene Analysis for Superb Exposure The EOS Rebel T3i features a sophisticated, 63-zone Dual-layer sensor designed to complement the 9-point AF system. Pour voir le produit et son prix, cliquez sur la vignette, ou sur le lien en jaune au dessus de la vignette. The Canon Rebel T3i (also knows as the 600D in Europe) has been out for a fair few months now, and has garnered fantastic reviews around the web. Below you’ll find 10 great examples of just what this camera can achieve, as well as how the pictures were taken. Our first example actually comes from Canon themselves, and it’s a great action shot.
I love the dramatic composition, including a bit of foreground interest in the photo as well as the birds in the distance.
A great sense of drama is created in this photo, the wide angle (23 mm) resulting in both the attacker and the victim getting in the frame.
The tones and texture in this shot are fantastic, really suiting to the black and white treatment. I love the atmosphere created in this concert photo; the backlight, and great rim lighting effect really make the shot stand out. I’m going to finish this T3i gallery with a brilliant photo of a Llama, especially for all you Lllama-lovers out there! I need a hint what to use (settings) cause next Saturday I have a baptism party indoor and I want to take some nice photos.
Ia€™ve just posted my in-depth review of the Canon EOS Rebel T3i (or EOS 600D) entry-level digital SLR camera. As bizarre as usual, the camera goes by three different names: Canon EOS Rebel T3i in America, Canon EOS Kiss X5 Digital in Japan and Canon EOS 600D in Europe, Asia and everywhere else.
The Canon EOS Rebel T3i takes SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards but doesna€™t come bundled with any memory (at least with Canona€™s official bundles). The Canon EOS Rebel T3i uses the same LP-E8 lithium-ion rechargeable battery as its predecessor and comes with a dedicated battery charger. The Canon EOS Rebel T3i (EOS 600D) is compatible with Canona€™s full range of EF and EF-S series lenses with a 1.6X crop multiplier, which means that 18-55 mm kit lens is in fact equivalent to 29 a€“ 88 mm in 35 mm terms. The Canon Rebel T3i is compatible with external flashes via its standard-sized hotshoe; it will take both Canon and third-party flashes, though only Canon-branded flashes will sync seamlessly and automatically with the camera. The camera is made of plastic but has a metal inner frame so it does feel well put together. And one last comparison before we move on: the Canon Rebel T3i, aka EOS 600D, is shorter, lighter and a lot lower profile than your average digital SLR.
On the front of the Rebel T3i is the Canon lens mount that takes both Canon EF and EF-S lenses.
To the direct right of the lens mount is the button to release the lens so you can swap it out for another lens. The Rebel T3i sports the same lovely 3 inch display as its predecessor with a twist: ita€™s now mounted on a hinge which allows you to flip it out and rotate it. The hinge mounted display makes it very flexible, allowing you to rotate it upwards or downwards for above-head shots or knee level shooting. Flanking the viewfinder of the Canon EOS Rebel T3i are three buttons: to the left are Menu and Info buttons, and on the right side is the button to toggle live view. To the right of the display are more buttons, which thankfully are straightforward in nature and easy to explain. The Rebel T3i also sports a bunch of Picture Style settings that affect how your pictures turn out, and also adds an Auto Picture Style option which allows the camera to decide what settings to pick based on shooting conditions. Below the navigation pad are two more buttons: one for entering playback and the other for deleting photos.
The camera has just five scene modes (portrait, landscape, closeup, sports and night portrait) and two reworked auto modes. On this side of the Rebel T3i, youa€™ll find a button to release the popup flash, a side view of the lens release button we talked about earlier as well as a depth-of-field preview button below it (press it and the camera will give you a simulated look at how much of your photo will be a€?in focusa€™).
Behind door number one, we have ports for the optional wired remote control and external microphone (if you choose to use one for better sound quality with movies). At the bottom of the camera, youa€™ll see the metal tripod mount which is inline with the lens and battery compartment.
The Canon EOS Rebel T3i has a decent optical viewfinder as well as live view display shown above. The Canon Rebel T3i has a decent number of menu items, contained in four shooting option tabs.
The fourth menu tab contains mostly live view related settings, where you can select focus mode, framing grid display and image aspect ratio. The setup menu on the camera contains mostly a self-explanatory list of settings where you get to customize the Rebel T3ia€™s core settings like time and date. Thata€™s not a lot of custom functions compared to the huge lists of more expensive EOS cameras, and certainly very digestible and will not overwhelm beginners using the Rebel T3i. You can choose to let the camera shoot movies automatically or use the various manual controls available to you. Two new additions Canon has made to their EOS cameras are here on the Rebel T3i: movie digital zoom up to 10X and Video Snapshot which allows you to shoot brief video clips up to 8 seconds each to be compiled later. As with other interchangeable lens cameras, the autofocus performance of the Canon EOS Rebel T3i can vary greatly depending on the lens being used on the camera. The camera doesna€™t perform as well in focusing speeds with live view toggled on, which has nothing to do with the choice of lens used but more of the cameraa€™s sensor contrast-detection focus technology. The Rebel T3i aka EOS 600D has a burst mode that can shoot as quickly as 3.7 frames per second. The Rebel T3i aka 600D performs well in terms of image quality, with smooth and clean images from ISO 100 all the way up to ISO 1600. The Rebel T3i can have its ISO range expanded up to ISO 12800 by enabling the ISO expansion option in the custom functions menu.
The Canon Rebel T3i is a good performer in image quality with low noise and vivid colors, though the camera definitely favors better lenses if you would like the most out of image quality. Visit the Canon EOS Rebel T3i aka EOS 600D photo gallery to view photos taken using the camera.
The Canon EOS Rebel T3i aka EOS 600D has a pretty fancy playback mode for a Canon digital SLR.
Therea€™s also five Creative Filters to choose from so you can add effects to photos: black and white, soft focus, fisheye, toy camera and miniature effect. The Canon Rebel T3i displays everything you need to know about your pictures, including a brightness and RGB histograms and exposure information.


The Canon EOS Rebel T3i, also known as the Canon EOS 600D, is an entry-level digital SLR thata€™s definitely worth a look. The Canon Rebel T3i is relatively compact in size while having a decent amount of controls spread over in accessible and ergonomic places.
The camera is very versatile with an improved Scene Intelligent Auto mode and Creative Auto adjustment for beginners, but also gives enthusiasts and seasoned users their dose of full manual controls. Performance in speed and image quality is also good with quick shooting abilities and write speeds paired with clean and detailed photos with low noise.
Image quality of the Rebel T3i is certainly commendable, though the bundled kit lenses are not; they have a tendency of making photos soft looking, which makes stepping up to a decent to excellent lens a good choice as they will bring a noticeable improvement in sharpness and other lens qualities (some recommendations for better walkaround lenses would include the EF-S 15-85 mm, EF-S 17-55 mm and EF 24-70 mm).
The Canon EOS Rebel T3i is a good pick for anyone looking for an SLR camera thanks to its solid feature set for an entry-level model and Canona€™s large range of lenses and accessories. The Touchscreen makes the camera fun to operate and that's a real important feature in my mind.
With great prices, fast shipping, and top-rated customer service - once you know, you Newegg. The actual Open Box product may differ in packaging and included accessories, but has been tested to ensure basic functionality. The next in a long line of phenomenal compact DSLRs, the EOS Rebel T3i continues the Rebel tradition of easy operation, compact design and no-compromise performance. This first-class sensor features many of the same new technologies as used by professional Canon cameras to maximize each pixel's light-gathering efficiency. The EOS Rebel T3i features an expanded ISO range that makes shooting possible in situations previously unthinkable without flash.
With the Video Snapshot feature, the EOS Rebel T3i DSLR will capture short video clips (of 2, 4 or 8 seconds) then combine them automatically into one video file as a snapshot or highlights “album.” With no editing needed after shooting, the compiled video is perfect for sharing online or displaying directly on an HDTV via the camera's HDMI port. By simply rotating the monitor, you can hold the camera directly overhead for above-the-crowd shots at concerts, or hold the camera at a low angle for kids and pets.
Using the advanced EOS Scene Detection System, the camera automatically analyzes the image, taking into account faces, colors, brightness, movement and contrast.
By taking into account the color and luminosity surrounding chosen AF points, this system delivers an advanced level of accuracy for better results even in difficult lighting situations. It’s a great DSLR, and one that I would thoroughly recommend for both the enthusiast and beginner photographer.
Great composition, too, as the singer is not bang in the middle of the frame; instead he is just off to the side, which leads to a much more interesting shot. By purposely under-exposing the couple, and thus creating a lovely silhoutte, the photographer has added intrigue, drama and possibly even a hint of romance!
OK, perhaps Llamas don’t have as many fans as dogs or cats, but, as the shot above demonstrates, they can be lovely-looking creatures.
Being a beginner I love reading all the different articles about it and can’t wait to try and my new found knowledge.
The camera packs an 18 megapixel image sensor, swiveling high-resolution 3 inch display, full manual controls and new Intelligent Auto mode and ability to record Full HD 1080p movies. This 18 megapixel digital SLR is relatively compact (for a mirror-equipped camera) and packs a swiveling 3 inch display, 3.7 FPS burst mode, full manual controls, RAW support and expandability you would expect from a camera this level, Full HD movie mode and more. You should consider starting out with an 8 GB high-speed SDHC if you dona€™t already have a memory card. While the Canon Rebel T2i had a battery life rating of 470 shots per charge, the Rebel T3i here has a lower rating of 440 shots per charge.
As expected from a digital SLR camera, the Rebel T3i is also compatible with a range of other accessories such as wired and wireless remote controls, external flashes, a battery grip, AC adapter and various camera cases. The Rebel T3i can also be expanded with a battery grip, which will take either two lithium-ion batteries or six AA batteries via an adapter tray.
The camera is fairly ergonomic with controls placed well within reach of both hands, and though the Canon T3i does lack the rear control dial of pricier EOS cameras, this design is inline with previous entry-level Canon Rebel models. That means the grip, while appreciated and lets you steady the camera, may be relatively shallow or small for some peoplea€™s liking a€“ the workaround is the same with every entry-level Rebel that Canon has released, that is to get the optional battery grip for the camera.
The camera has a sensor that is smaller than 35 mm full frame, so therea€™s a 1.6X multiplier for all the lenses that you mount on the camera (ie, the 18-55 mm kit lens becomes equivalent to 29-88 mm). The flash is quite powerful and above average in terms of range, with a guide number of 13 meters at ISO 100. The LCD has the same whopping 1.04 million dots as before, making it very high in resolution and sharp. In terms of legibility, the display has decent visibility in bright light and good viewability in low-light. The cameraa€™s optical viewfinder is average in size for an entry-level digital SLR, covering 95% of the frame and has a magnification value of 0.85X. The top most button is the exposure compensation button, which doubles to switch between adjusting shutter speed and aperture in full Manual mode (a necessity since the Rebel T3i has just one control dial). You can adjust the sharpness, contrast, saturation and color tone of each Picture Style, and even download new sets and load them into the camera via the bundled software. Over on the upper right corner, you can spot the cameraa€™s speaker and yet another two buttons. Youa€™ll see the flash hotshoe where you can mount an external flash that fits; though only Canon EX-branded Speedlites will sync automatically with the camera. The camera has the manual controls you would expect from a digital SLR: program mode, shutter and aperture priority as well as full manual mode are all present. The first auto mode, called Intelligent Auto (and denoted by the A+ icon on the mode dial) is simply your regular auto mode with the added ability for the camera to automatically detect shooting situations and pick the appropriate scene mode and settings for it. The control dial is used to adjust aperture and shutter speed (though just one at a time in Manual mode) as well as other camera settings. The door has decent build quality and is user-removable so that you can fit in the optional battery grip insert.
The camera really just tells you everything you need to know about your photos in live view mode, including a big live histogram if you choose to toggle it and framing gridlines. The notable things in here include vignetting reduction (peripheral illumination correction), flash control (with the ability to adjust settings on Canon flashes directly from the camera), exposure bracketing, contrast improvement (auto lighting optimizer), color space and Auto ISO range.
The camera has two main focus modes: live mode (you can choose between selectable focus points or face detection) or quick mode. The camera also has a customizable My Menu page which allows you to add up to 6 settings in total from any section of the cameraa€™s menu system (custom functions included) and quickly access them on this tab. The camera allows you to record up to Full HD movies (1920 x 1080) with mono sound, though the Rebel T3i supports stereo sound recording if you attach an external microphone to the port on the camera. Lens zoom, shutter speed and aperture value can be adjusted while recording movies, while you can change ISO, microphone sensitivity and toggle the wind filter before starting a video. The only thing the camera cannot do is focus continuously while recording movies, since live view focusing speeds are too slow for thata€¦ you do get the option of getting the camera to refocus by half-pressing the shutter button while recording, or manually focus.
At the highest settings, Full HD, a 4 GB movie clip translates to about 11 minutes of video time. As expected, startup is almost instantaneous and there is very little delay between shots: the camera can shoot as quickly as you can press the shutter button until the buffer fills up.
Obviously more expensive lenses and Canona€™s L-series lenses focus much faster than the super basic Canon 18-55 mm kit lens bundled with the camera, but focusing speeds with the 18-55 mm are still good and definitely faster than on a compact camera. Slow live view focusing is also an issue with other standard SLR models by Canon and Nikon. The camera can take 3 RAW + JPEG, 6 RAW or 30 full-resolution JPEG photos in a row which isna€™t a lot but thata€™s what you get with an entry-level digital SLR.
At ISO 3200, image quality becomes a tad noisy but still very usable and comparable to ISO 400 or 800 on modern compact cameras.


ISO 6400 is fairly noisy here though acceptable for medium prints and display right out of the camera.
Paired with the EF-S 18-55 mm kit lens, the Canon Rebel T3i doesna€™t perform too impressively, with slight lens distortion and below average sharpness. With any of the kit lenses, image sharpness and colors are just a€?averagea€™ but slap on a more decent lens purchased separately from the camera and youa€™ll see a noticeable increase in those characteristics (depends on lens);the same applies when buying any digital SLR in general. The camera has the usual basic functions like image rotation, protection, resizing, print marking and playback zoom up to 10X. The camera is an evolutionary step up from the Rebel T2i (EOS 550D) but introduces a handful of appreciated features such as the rotating 3 inch display, wireless flash control and improved Auto mode. Some may complain that the Rebel T3ia€™s grip is too small, but thata€™s what you get with an entry-level model; beginners probably wona€™t be using the camera for very long periods for it to matter and for those who do, the EOS 60D is not much more expensive and has a beefier grip. White balance, Picture Style, drive mode, autofocus mode and ISO are all easily accessible via their own buttons.
The Rebel T3i coulda€™ve benefited from a larger buffer though, and really needs faster autofocus in live view modea€¦ which pales in comparison with competing interchangeable lens cameras (which are live view only with no optical viewfinder) having already reached SLR-like focusing speeds. No part of this website may be copied, posted or used anywherewithout written permission of the website owner.
With an ISO rating up to 6400 (expandable to ISO 12800), along with the DIGIC 4 Image Processor's improved noise-reduction technology, creative possibilities abound.
In addition to a number of different recording size and frame rate modes, the EOS Rebel T3i enables easy manual control of exposure, focus and Live View features and even allows for in-camera editing. By rotating the LCD monitor fully, the EOS Rebel T3i becomes the ideal camera for self-portraits. Since the metering sensor has a color measurement function, exposure errors and focus errors caused by different light sources are minimized; the EOS Rebel T3i gives stable exposure from shot to shot in situations where light changes, such as in a theater or concert hall.
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When you create a photo that causes your viewers’ eyes to move around a lot, then you know you’re on to a winner!
To get such detail in both the light and dark areas of the photo, the photographer used the HDR technique of merging different exposures of the same scene. Head on to the Canon EOS Rebel T3i aka EOS 600D photo gallery to view full-sized photos taken using the camera. The camera faces intense competition at this price point, from both entry-level SLR cameras made by Nikon and Sony as well as mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras from the likes of Olympus and Panasonic. Compared to the other two conventional digital SLRs, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i has below average battery life a€“ with the Nikon D5100 capable of 660 shots per charge while the Sony Alpha A65 gets 1050 shots per charge. As you can see, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i is a lot smaller than a full-sized digital SLR like the Canon EOS 7D. As with other Canon digital SLR models, the Rebel T3i relies on optical image stabilization built into lenses, which means youa€™ll have to lookout for the a€?ISa€? designation if you want image stabilization in your lens.
The flash also does the job of helping the camera focus by emitting strobes of light when conditions are darka€¦ of course, youa€™ll have to pop the flash up for that to happen, and if you dona€™t want a photo to be taken with flash, you can close the flash right after focusing is done. The viewfinder has dioptric correction for glasses wearers, adjustable using the knob to the upper right of the viewfinder. The next button with the Q on it is the Quick Menu button, which lets you move about and adjust various options seen in the Quick Menu screen using the navigation pad.
Unlike more expensive Canon models, the Rebel T3i lacks Kelvin color temperature based adjustment for white balance, for which youa€™ll have to step up to the EOS 60D or higher to get the function. In monochrome mode, the last two options are replaced with options to adjust filter and toning colors. Therea€™s also a 5-step battery indicator though you dona€™t get the super precise percentage indicator as you would find on higher end EOS cameras. The former mode focuses just as a compact camera would (contrast detection based), while quick mode does a lot of mirror flipping to use the regular phase-detection based system of digital SLRs; sure the process is audibly noisy and live view blacks out for the moments when the mirror has to flip but it surely is faster than live mode.
You can also take a still photo while recording movies; there will be a brief pause when you snap a picture in full resolution and the camera will pick off recording automatically in the same movie file. Both video and audio quality were good, provided your subjects are relatively still or slow moving. Live view does come in handy with the flexibility of the rotating LCD as well as a€?what you see is what you geta€™ on-screen preview, but for most shooting purposes, I recommend using the optical viewfinder for better battery life and MUCH faster focusing. The Rebel T3i allows you to disable long shutter and high ISO noise reduction via its Custom Functions menu; I had both turned off when shooting the test photos above as well as images in the Rebel T3i photo gallery.
The camera also features a fancy slideshow mode with transition effects and background music.
Whata€™s still missing is a RAW image processing tool where some cameras allow you to convert RAW images into normal JPEG files directly from playback mode. The Rebel T3i has the usual SLR features like RAW image mode, full manual controls and support for interchangeable lenses (Canon has lots!) and flashes. The Rebel T3i also has a decent viewfinder which shows exposure information (including ISO) and other basic shooting info in the line beneath the viewing area, as well as a very detailed live view screen. Therea€™s also that excellent 1080p Full HD movie mode, which is about as good as you can get on a digital SLR until that $6800 Canon EOS 1DX comes to the market in February 2012, but not exactly a€?perfecta€™ due to the large file sizes of movies and the slow live view focusing of the Rebel T3i, which makes continuous focusing a no-go. Besides, the Canon DIGIC 4 Image Processor dramatically speeds up the entire EOS Rebel T3i DSLR's camera operations for intuitive operation and offers improvements in both fine detail and natural color reproduction. Combine the EOS Rebel T3i with one of Canon's EF or EF-S lenses with Optical Image Stabilizer and the shooting possibilities for both movies and stills expand even further.
The large CMOS sensor and compatibility with over 60 lenses provide a wealth of depth-of-field options. The EOS Rebel T3i freely enables easy angle adjustments even if the camera is mounted on a tripod or has a battery grip attached.
Blues and greens are more vivid, “hot” colors are more fiery, and skin tones are smooth and truer to life. Of course, as you increase in confidence, it’s great to be able to switch to a semi-automatic shooting mode (such as Aperture Priority) so you get more control, but shooting in Auto modes can be a good way to start – and you can capture fantastic images like this!
By the way, if you’re interested in HDR, Stuckincustoms is a great website to learn from.
I did a guide on how to get blurred backgrounds in your photos which you may be interested in, too. With live view enabled, the Canon Rebel T3ia€™s battery life drops to just 180 shots per charge, which is still below average. The advantage of in-lens stabilization is that it can be used while recording movies and that it can be slightly more effective than in-body stabilization. It works in concert with the EOS Rebel T3i DSLR's CMOS Image Sensor to achieve phenomenal levels of performance in nearly any situation.
A long focal length of 163 mm was used to get close to the action, and fill the frame with the performer.
The camera has built-in vignetting correction if you choose to enable it (called Peripheral illumination correction by Canon) but does not have lens or exposure microadjustment found on more expensive EOS models.
Getting away from the Don't-Let-The-Camera-Make-Any-Decisions attitude has been a slow process for me personally.This mode really does a great job in a lot of situations and let's the photographer focus on subject matter, composition, and perspective instead of exposure settings.



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