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Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18-135mm IS Kit - 5169B005

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Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18-135mm IS Kit, Model REBELT3I18135KIT

The rebel on the move. 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. 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. Featuring Canon's newest DIGIC 4 Image Processor and an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor - plus cutting-edge technologies like Full HD video recording, Live View shooting, Wireless flash photography and even a Vari-angle 3.0-inch LCD monitor - the EOS Rebel T3i offers the best of EOS photography in a compact package.

Specifications:

General

  • Type: Digital, AF/AE single-lens reflex, camera with built-in flash
  • Recording Media: SD/SDHC/SDXC card, via external media (USB v.2.0 hard drive, or via Wireless LAN (Eye-Fi card*)) 

    *Canon cameras are not guaranteed to support Eye-Fi card functions, including wireless transfer. In case of an issue with the Eye-Fi card, please consult with the card manufacturer. The use of Eye-Fi cards may not be approved in all regions, or from one region to another; please contact the card manufacturer for status of approval in the country/region of use.
  • Image Format: 22.3 x 14.9 mm (APS-C size)
  • Compatible Lenses: Canon EF lenses including EF-S lenses (35mm-equivalent focal length is approx.1.6x the lens focal length)
  • Lens Mount: Canon EF mount

Image Sensor

  • Type: High-sensitivity, high-resolution, large single-plate CMOS sensor
  • Pixels: Effective pixels: Approx. 18.0 megapixels
  • Total Pixels: Approx. 18.70 megapixels
  • Aspect Ratio: 3:2 (Horizontal : Vertical)
  • Color Filter System: RGB primary color filters
  • Low Pass Filter: Fixed position in front of the CMOS sensor
  • Dust Deletion Feature
    • Automatic Sensor Cleaning: Removes dust adhering to the low-pass filter.
    • Self-cleaning executed automatically (taking 2 sec.) when power is turned on or off. Manual execution also possible (taking 5 sec.).
    • Low-pass filter has a fluorine coating.
    • Dust Delete Data appended to the captured image
    • The coordinates of the dust adhering to the low-pass filter are detected by a test shot and appended to subsequent images.
    • The dust coordinate data appended to the image is used by the provided software to automatically erase the dust spots.Manual cleaning of sensor

Recording System

  • Recording Format: Design rule for Camera File System 2.0 and 2.30
  • File Size
    • Large: Approx. 17.90 Megapixels (5,184 x 3,456)
    • Medium: Approx. 8.00 Megapixels (3,456 x 2,304)
    • Small: Approx. 4.50 Megapixels (2,592 x 1,728)
    • S2: Approx. 2.50 Megapixels (1,920 x 1,280)
    • S3: Approx. 0.35 Megapixels (720 x 480)
    • RAW: Approx. 17.90 Megapixels (5,184 x 3,456)
    • Exact file sizes depend on the subject, ISO speed, Picture Style, etc.
  • Recording Functions: Images record directly to the SD card.
  • File Numbering: Consecutive numbering, auto reset, manual reset.
  • RAW + Jpeg Simultaneous Recording: RAW and Large JPEG images are recorded simultaneously
  • Color Space: sRGB, Adobe RGB
  • Picture Style: Auto, Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful, Monochrome, User Defined 1-3

White Balance

  • Settings: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom
  • Auto White Balance: Auto white balance with the image sensor
  • Color Temperature Compensation
    • White balance correction
      • Blue/amber bias: ±9 levels
      • Magenta/green bias: ±9 levels
    • White balance bracketing:
      • ±3 levels, in single-level increments
  • Color Temperature Information Transmission: Provided

Viwefinder

  • Type: Eye-level SLR (with fixed pentamirror)
  • Coverage: Vertical/Horizontal approx. 95% (TD)
  • Magnification: Approx. 0.85x / 23.8° (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1 m-1 (dpt))
  • Eye Point: Approx. 19 mm (At -1m-1 from the eyepiece lens center)
  • Dioptric Adjustment Correction: Adjustable from approx. -3.0 to +1.0 m-1 (dpt)
  • Focusing Screen: Fixed
  • Mirror: Quick-return half mirror (transmittance: reflectance ratio of 40:60)
  • General
    • AF information (AF points, focus confirmation light)
    • Exposure information (Shutter speed, aperture, ISO speed, AE lock, exposure level, spot metering circle, exposure warning)
    • Flash information (Flash ready, flash exposure compensation, high-speed sync, FE lock, red-eye reduction light)
    • Image information (Highlight tone priority, Monochrome shooting, maximum burst, white balance correction, SD card information)
    • Composition information (Grid, electronic level)
    • Battery check
  • Depth Of Field Preview: Enabled with depth-of-field preview button

Autofocus

  • Type: TTL-CT-SIR AF-dedicated CMOS sensor
  • AF Points: 9 points (Center AF point is cross-type, vertical-line sensitive at f/2.8.)
  • AF Working Range: EV -0.5 - 18 (at 23°C/73°F and ISO 100, based on Canon's testing standards)
  • Focusing Modes
    • Autofocus
      • One-Shot AF
      • Predictive AI Servo AF
      • AI Focus AF
    • Manual focus (MF)
  • AF Point Selection
    • Manual selection
    • Auto selection*
      * Automatically set in Basic Zone modes and A-DEP mode.
  • Selected AF Point Display: Indicated by superimposed display in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor
  • AF Assist Beam
    • Intermittent firing of built-in flash
    • Effective range: Approx. 4 m/13.1 ft at center, approx. 3.5 m/11.5 ft at periphery

Exposure Control

  • Metering Modes
    • TTL maximum aperture metering with 63-zone metering sensor
    • Evaluative metering (linkable to all AF points)
    • Partial metering (center, approx. 9% of viewfinder at center)
    • Spot metering (center, approx. 4% of viewfinder at center)
    • Center-weighted average metering
  • Metering Range: EV 1.0 - EV 20.0 (at 73°F/23°C with EF50mm f/1.4 USM lens, ISO 100)
  • Exposure Control Systems
    • Program AE (Shiftable), Shutter-priority AE, Aperture-priority AE, Manual exposure, Automatic depth-of-field, Scene Intelligent Auto, Flash Off, Creative Auto, Programmed Image Control modes, E-TTL II autoflash program AE
  • ISO Speed Range: Auto, ISO 100 - 6400 (in whole-stop increments), H: 12800
  • Exposure Compensation: Manual: ±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments (AEB ±2 stops)
  • AE Lock
    • Auto: Applied in One-Shot AF mode with evaluative metering when focus is achieved
    • Manual: By AE lock button
  • Shutter:
    • Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronically controlled. 1/4000 to 1/60 sec., X-sync at 1/200 sec.
    • 1/4000 to 30 sec., Bulb (Total shutter speed range. Available range varies by shooting mode.)
    • Settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments.
    • Soft-touch electromagnetic release 10-sec. or 2-sec. delay (1) The EOS Rebel T3i has a remote control terminal for Remote Switch RS-60E3.
    • Compatible with Remote Controller RC-6, RC-1 and RC-5
  • Type: Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronically controlled.
  • Shutter Speeds
    • 1/4000 to 1/60 sec., X-sync at 1/200 sec.
    • 1/4000 to 30 sec., Bulb (Total shutter speed range. Available range varies by shooting mode.)
    • Settable in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments.
  • Shutter Response: Soft-touch electromagnetic release
  • Self Timer: 10-sec. or 2-sec. delay
  • Remote Control: The EOS Rebel T3i has a remote control terminal for Remote Switch RS-60E3.

Built-in Flash

  • Type: Auto pop-up, retractable, built-in flash in the pentaprism
  • Guide Number: Approx. 13/43 (at ISO 100 in meters/feet)
  • Recycling Time: Approx. 3 sec.
  • Flash Ready Indicator: Flash-ready icon lights in viewfinder
  • Flash Coverage: Up to 17mm focal length (equivalent to approx. 28mm in 135 format)
  • FE Lock: Provided
  • Flash Exposure Compensation
    • Up to ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
    • Flash exposure compensation for built-in flash and Speedlite can be set with the camera.

External Speedlite

  • Flash Metering: E-TTL II autoflash
  • Flash Exposure Compensation: ±2 stops in 1/3-stop or 1/2-stop increments
  • FE Lock: Provided

Drive System

  • Drive Modes: Single, Continuous, 10-sec. self-timer/Remote control, 2-sec. self-timer, Continuous shooting after 10-sec. self-timer
  • Continuous Shooting Speed: Max. approx. 3.7 fps [TD] (with One-Shot AF or AI SERVO AF)
  • Maximum Burst
    • JPEG (Large/Fine): approx. 34
    • RAW: approx. 6
    • RAW+JPEG (Large/Fine): approx. 3

Live View Functions

  • Shooting Modes: Still photo shooting and video shooting
  • Focusing: Autofocus (Same as focusing with Live View shooting)
  • Metering Modes
    • AF point-linked evaluative metering
    • Center-weighted average metering
  • Metering Range: EV 0 to EV 20 (At 23°C/73°F and ISO 100, with 50mm f/1.4 lens)
  • Grid Display
    • Two grids provided (not displayed during movie shooting):
      • Grid 1: Pair of vertical and horizontal lines
      • Grid 2: 5 vertical and 3 horizontal lines
  • Exposure Simulation: Provided

LCD Monitor

  • Type: TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor
  • Monitor Size: 3.0 in. (Screen aspect ratio of 3:2)
  • Pixels: Approx. 1,040,000 dots
  • Coverage
    • Approx. 100%
    • Viewing Angle: 170°
  • Brightness Control: Adjustable to one of seven brightness levels
  • Interface Languages
    • 25 (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Czech, Romanian, Ukraine, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean and Japanese)

Playback

  • Display Format
    •  Single image display
      • Single image, basic information, detailed information, histogram display
    • Index display
      • 4-image index and 9-image index.
    • Jump display (Image jump w/ Main Dial)
    • 1/10/100 images, shooting date, by folder, movies, stills, rating
  • Highlight Alert
    • On the detailed information and histogram displays, highlight areas with no image data will blink.

Direct Printing

  • Compatible Printers: PictBridge-compatible printers
  • Printable Images
    • JPEG images complying to Design rule for Camera File System
    • RAW images printable.

DPOF: Digital Print Order Format

  • Version 1.1 compatible

Customization

  • Custom Functions: 11 Custom Functions with 34 settings settable with the camera

Power Source

  • Battery: Battery Pack LP-E8 x 1
  • Battery Check
    • Automatic battery level check when power is turned ON.
    • Battery level indicated in one of four levels on LCD monitor.
  • Power Saving: Power turns off after the set time of non-operation elapses
  • Date/Time Battery: Built-in secondary battery. When fully-charged, the date/time can be maintained for about three months.
  • Start-up Time: Approx. 0.1 sec. (Based on CIPA testing standards)

Approximate Dimensions:

  • Height: 3.9"
  • Width: 5.2"
  • Depth: 3.1"

Approximate Weight:

  • Unit: 1.13 lbs (body only)
  • Shipping: 5 lbs

Warranty Information:

  • Manufacturer Warranty (authorized online retailer): One Year Parts and Labor
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TypeDSLR
Effective Pixels18.0 Megapixels
Records VideoYes
Records HD VideoYes
Height (inches)3.9
Width (inches)5.2
Depth (inches)3.1
Optical Zoom3x
Built-In FlashYes
Focal Length18mm-135mm
Focus ModesAutofocus One-Shot AF Predictive AI Servo AF AI Focus AF (Switches between One-Shot AF and AI SERVO AF automatically) (2) Manual focus (MF) AF Point Selection (1) Manual selection
Image StabilizationNo
LCD Screen Size (inches)3
LCD TypeVari-angle LCD
Red-Eye ReductionYes
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay2-sec., 10-sec.
Shutter Speed1/4000 to 1/60 sec.; 1/4000 to 30 sec.,
Storage MediaSD/SDHC/SDXC
Power SourceBattery Pack LP-E8 x 1
White BalanceAuto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom
  

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4.7

(based on 436 reviews)

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    (55)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (7)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent image quality (296)
  • Nice features/settings (258)
  • Good battery life (255)
  • Simple controls/menu (237)
  • Quick start-up time (232)

Cons

  • Noisy (40)
  • Missing features/settings (22)
  • Heavy/bulky (14)
  • Poor build quality (14)
  • Short battery life (14)

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Unbeatable camera all and all

I got this as a Christmas gift as I was in need of a better digital camera. I needed an SLR for my photographic art that I do. So, I liked this and...Read complete review

I got this as a Christmas gift as I was in need of a better digital camera. I needed an SLR for my photographic art that I do. So, I liked this and some others in the EOS series, and I ended up getting this particular one as a gift. I have an old analogue Rebel 2000. This works just like it-except this is a digital SLR camera whereas my older one isn't. So it was easy to figure out how to use many basic features to get started. It's nearly identical in function to the older Canon cameras. Having said that, the lenses I had from years ago work seamlessly with the T3. I was doing a lot of research or trying to on comparing different models within the series and one mid range camera too by Canon. So, here are some things I learned in the process of looking and part of why I say bang for the buck, you can't go wrong with this camera. The image quality is amazing. I did some test shots in various light conditions-with and without the built in flash. The detail is impecable. The image quality is the same on this as are the other higher end Canon cameras. The image might be smaller by a few inches in either direction in comparison. So don't bawk at 12MP on this camera. Without any resizing, you can print at 150dpi an image of about 30" x 20". If you view it on your monitor, it's more like a little under 60" x 40". It's incredibly pristine at that. The video capabilites are HD, but it's 720p vs. 1080p on some higher end models by Canon. You will get better quality of video on this in poor light than some camcorders will in good light. With this, you have better quality optics than a camcorder. I did try some low light shooting with a class 6 card, and it did suffice. If you get a higher video resolution, you'll need a class 10 card. However, for 720p, you can get away with a class 6 card. The stock lens on this has a lower window so to speak compared to my old film Rebel. I like that because it will allow you to have a wider angle. I don't think this one has the calcium flouride coating like the ones shown, but I haven't found that to be problematic yet. It is a good lens and easy to use. However, if you electroniclly focus this lens while video recording, you'll hear the motor. If you set it and leave it, it's not a problem. You can get a quieter lens if you want. The higher end Canon's do have a flip screen for the LCD monitor built in. The higher the model, the more resolute the screen is. You won't complain with this T3 on quality of the monitor-believe me. You can get a higher resolution screen on a more expensive Canon. However, if you don't need that, you'll start finding this T3 more appealing on that. This particular camera is slower than others that are higher end models with Canon in that you won't be able to shoot as many frames per second continuously compared to others. If you do model shoots for magazines or someting and need higher continous action, then you might want to consider one of the next models up. Otherwise, this will do pretty much what the others like it will do. This has a somewhat trademark contrast of sorts indicative of Canon-which I like. From an artistic standpoint, I like that. It's not quite as sterile as some other competitors might be in that regard. If you've used this line of camera's before, or if you've seen some of the images, you'll see what I mean over time. Sometimes you can see a near texture on the LCD when you take a shot-almost. The white balance on this thing is about perfect. You don't have to do any fancy or advanced adjustments to get that. On most images, when when I've gone to adjust that with my editing software, there are subtle differences in comparison to the white balance before and after adjusting. I've tried it with a few test shots, and an image from an older XSi that someone else shot. This thing is quite accurate. If you're use to a point and shoot camera, the difference in detail will amaze you. You won't have that subtle ghost effect over everything with this one-there's reasons for that. However, know that you won't have that effect on this camera or any subtle white haze. You don't need any special filters to get that quality but they wouldn't hurt either. I'll say that. You have a much more controled range with this versus a point and shoot of any brand or quality. You can also upgrade the lenses to whatever and swap those out. If you're new to this line up or product, and you see it's more expensive in comparison to a lot of other point and shoot cameras, keep this in mind. This is a professional quality camera. It has the same image processor as some pricer versions like it. You can use this like a point and shoot, but you have options on this that a traditional consumer camera won't give you. I chose and considered this one because of a few reasons. It made more sense to me to get something compatible with my old lenses than switching ot a competitor and having to replace lenses that are perfectly good. If you buy a competing product with like specs, it will cost more and anyone will tell you it's not going to be quite as user friendly in comparison. For my particular needs, I am starting as a digital artist. I do certain special effects shots and use those and other still lifes as the basis for works of my art. I needed a better camera than what I had. It opens up a lot of other possibilities for sure. Money is tight-and this ended up being a very welcome Christmas gift. Had I not gotten this as a gift, I probably would have picked this one out anyways as for what I use it for, it does as good of a job as some other higher priced models. 1080p video would be nice and some other things, but for the video I plan on shooting, it will suffice. I almost have to shrink the image a bit for certain effects to take as the resolution is almost too much for what I do, and certain effects to come out like I want them to. I learned that from some experimenting quite fast. So given that, it's a no brainer. I didn't know this at the time, but some retailers sells a lovely starter bundle for a good price. I just happened to get the body/lens kit with a 4GB class 6 card, and a really nice Canon bag that goes with it. The grab bag that came in that bundle from Canon is one of the better bags I've seen. You can fit 2 camera bodies in it and 3 or so lenses. Then you have side pockets for things like batteries, cards, filters, caps, etc. It's a functional bag, and it's padded well. So far, I could not be happier with this camera. I know I just got it, but I've tinkered with it. It might be a little noisy when you have some really low light at night, inside, and an ISO 3200 speed. When I say low light, I mean very low ambient light. However, some things come out nice anyways without noise. It depends on the subject and how close or far away from your subject you are. If you have more "normal" light conditions-like a single overhead light bulb in the room...you will have no noise at all. I am still in learning mode, and I have yet to take this outside to use it and experiment, but so far inside, with dim lighting conditions, I am really impressed as to the quality of imagery this thing produces. There is no way I could get that same quality with what I was using before-a significantly cheaper digital camera. I took some personal pictures with my other cheapy digital, and I retook them with this T3. It's night and day in the quality. If you want a good camera, or an entry level professional camera, you won't be dissappointed with this one at all. There might be a learning curve for some or if you're trying to expand your capabilities artistically like I am now, but you'll start to see really quick how that all works.

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Rubber Grip

Just purchased the T3 bundle from a department store (2 lenses 18-55mm and 70-300mm, starter lenses). The camera is very powerful and has lots of features. The one thing that...Read complete review

Just purchased the T3 bundle from a department store (2 lenses 18-55mm and 70-300mm, starter lenses). The camera is very powerful and has lots of features. The one thing that surprises me is the lack of a rubber textured grip. I have a Canon T50 (yes, its old and it works fine) and that camera has a GREAT rubber grip. Why did Canon exclude a rubber textured grip on the T3? I cannot think of a single reason to exclude a rubber textured grip.

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5.0

Perfect beginners DSLR

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from Santa Clarita, CA, United States

I picked the T3 up, bundled with an 18-55 IS and a 75-300 several years ago to replace my aging EOS 350D. It's the camera that assisted me in becoming a professional photographer! It has all the manual settings you could ask for as a beginner, and takes crisp shots, especially for the price range. Nowadays I work with several 1Ds, 7Ds, and massive EF lenses while I shoot motorsports events, but the plucky little T3 still hangs with the big boys, especially if the user is good at post-processing. I always have it as a back up camera in case the weather gets nasty or the other, bigger cameras act up. Any entry level Rebel will be perfect for the beginner/intermediate photographer, and can be commercially successful if you put the work in. I highly recommend them if you're enthusiastic about photography and DSLRs but don't know where to start. Everything about the Rebels are easy to learn.

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2.0

Great for beginners; terrible for Professional use

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from Detroit, MI, United States

When it comes to learning, it can be a great tool. It is super cheap and produces decent images. If you are willing to learn and grow as a photographer, as well as get the 50mm 1.8, you can produce decent results. I love a lot of the pictures I have taken, but I definitely need a new camera. I have had it for over a year, and have taken around 200,000 shots. I like using it at 18mm on the kit or with my 50mm, but the kit is very unsharp at anything longer. The autofocus is absolutely terrible. I constantly find myself having issues because there are only 9 points, and even when there is plenty of light, it will search and give me the error because it can't focus. When I pair it with a 70-200L F/4, it does produce very sharp results for portraits, but that's only when there is a lot of light. For sports or wildlife, if you can't manually focus, forget about it. It is absolutely horrid even in AI Servo and while back-button-focusing. If you are getting this to move away from your point-and-shoot, then I say it can be a great learning tool, but I now need to invest in something better like a 7D mark II to do professional work.

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5.0

Amazing Camera for beginners

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from Las Vegas

Canon EOS Very practical and amazing cameras for good start! I am using Canon already more then one year and there is no days i had which would make me feel not ready for picture time!

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4.0

Great beginner purchase

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from Leavenworth, KS

Ordered this camera around a year and a half ago as my first SLR and am now just moving on to the Canon 70D. Great starting camera! Simple enough to use but also takes great photos in the process. Not the fastest to focus or sharpest when it comes to action but a great camera for landscape and portraits!

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1.0

Difficult to use

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from Stuart, Fl.

I've had a Rebel T3i for about a year. It will not take a picture that is any further then 30-49 feet. Beyond that, the image is tiny and not magnified. I have tried every trick I know. Changing lenses is useless. The 5x & 10x enhances the image only on the display screen. The actual picture is terrible and not at all enlarged. Every single time I use it, I'm disappointed.

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5.0

Great Camera

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from Florida

Have owned this camera for 4 years now. It has proven to be a versatile and very usable camera. Fast focusing and a fairly accurate metering system. It impressed me from day one. Light weght and comfortable to hold. I own other canons to include the 6D and 70D, but I still find myself gra bing this one for a days shooting simply because I am so used to it. It has never let me down.

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5.0

The Little Camera That Can

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from Detroit, MI

While I'm a newcomer to the world of DSLR photography, I can't help but praise the capabilities of this amazing camera. it many of the features featured in more upscale cameras, but it's user friendly controls make learning its operation a snap. That said, you can take some amazing shots with the T3. I know because I have!

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5.0

Best Entry Level Camera

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from Canoga Park, CA

The Canon T3i for me is the best camera for DSLR beginners. The articulated screen is so convenient especially in hard angled views. the kit lens that comes with it will be a good practice lens. I am using this camera for low light shooting and astrophotography and am really happy with the results. I'm sure this camera would last long when properly cared and maintained.

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1.0

Worst camera purchase ever

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from Washington, D.C.

I have had the camera for two years, had to return it twice for defects under warranty, the first time one month after purchasing it because a glitch in the software made it impossible to eject the SD card. Now, I have to send the lens in, (third service request), because a screw has gotten loose and rattles inside, messing up the autofocus function, and at times blocking the manual adjustment altogether. In addition, from the beginning, there were multiple times when the focus just goes in and out, for ever, and makes it impossible to actually release the trigger. Needless to say, many great shots were missed because of this inability to simply shoot. I have had to disable automatic focus. But then again, it is easy to forget that I am no longer on automatic focus, and have to manually focus instead. Result: pictures end up being fuzzy. In short, this camera is a huge waste of time and money.

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5.0

best camera i brought

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from hardin co. ky

takes great photographs haven't got my lights ,background's or my lens covers or hoods yet , but I been taken great outdoor photograph's , so I put them in self publishing book, and made stuff on café press .com t-shirts and more like bedding for twin , king, queen

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