Key Features Of Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera
1.Advanced HD mode and Movie Digital zoom
2.Comes with DIGIC 4 Image Processor
3.Get 18.0 MP CMOS sensor
4.3.0 inch LCD
5.ISO 100 – 6400
My Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera Review
Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera can auto select scene mode based on the location, And with the Autofocus feature, You need not to focus the materials with manual, The camera can do it and some times better than the pro photographers.
The LCD monitor of Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera is 3.0 inch can take at a variety of angle easily, The wireless EX-series Speedlite flashes just makes the camera more professional, no mention the high quality of image and video.
T3i can work longer than my old one 7D and enough for normal business, But did not meet my requirements.
More Reviews For Canon EOS Rebel T3i
“As you can probably figure out from the prices, each camera is not built the same. The T3i has relatively strong construction of a stainless steel frame with polycarbonate body. The 60D has a stronger and lighter aluminum frame and polycarbonate body, but not as strong as the 7D’s magnesium alloy construction. The 60D also has some amount of weather sealing – more than the T3i, less than the 7D. But for most users, including even those using the camera daily or in travel situations, the construction of any of these cameras is far more than good enough, strong enough, and durable enough.” – CNET
“Overall, the Canon EOS T3i does just about as well as its 18-megapixel brothers, and fares very well against the competition. Safely shooting at ISO 800 and still expecting to produce a 20×30-inch print really opens up some possibilities for a photographer. Finding excellent usability at even its highest ISO setting is comforting.” – imagingresource
“The Rebel T3i / 600D is exactly the camera that we’d expect it to be – it’s feature-rich, reasonably priced, enjoyable to use and, most importantly, takes great pictures. It’s not a particularly innovative camera but it is a generally well planned one. Unlike the original Rebel / 300D, the T3i doesn’t sit in isolation – if you want a smaller or easier-to-use camera, there are plenty of options (including the increasingly competitive mirrorless brigade). However, in keeping with previous models in the range, it’s an impressive camera for the money and it’s hard not to imagine owners loving theirs.” – dpreview
“Inexpensive choice for quite good results. The kit lenses were a disappointment, but the T3i works really well with the L series lenses, and I am no longer unhappy with my results. I have become even happier with the camera with the addition of a battery pack, as I have large hands and the T3I is small and light. The addition of the pack gives me a more secure hold, and consequently steadier shots. My experience so far leads me to be less likely to move up to the upscale fullframe cameras. The T3i will keep me happy for a while, I think! ” – macworld
“I bought my very first DSLR, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i a little less than a month ago and I absolutely adore it! It is easy to use. I took it home and did everything myself! I love it! Now I just need for the rain to go away so that I can go out and take more pictures! I love my Canon Rebel T3i!!
Pros: Easy to learn; brilliant pictures for an affordable price!
Cons: Cannot think of one single weakness!” – digitaltrends
It’s time to summarize this review, Canon EOS T3i is made for both newbie and pro photographers.