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Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D
Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D
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Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D

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We've given the T3i a grade of B+.
This product is ranked
25th of 32 in $400 - $600
23rd of 29 in Consumer dSLR
53rd of 68 in Over 16 Megapixels Digital Cameras
44th of 59 in Canon Digital Cameras

Editor's Review

The T3i (also known as the 600D outside of the US) is Canon's latest consumer-class dSLR, topping the T2i and sitting below the 60D. It's pretty much a T2i with a few features taken from the 60D, including a tilt-and-swivel screen, guide mode, and wireless flash functionality. It retains the same 1080p video mode as both cameras, too. The kit lens has had a minor tweak as well, although early indications are that it’s purely cosmetic. 


Canon is sticking with its successful formula here, introducing an incremental upgrade that will keep the Rebel series competitive with the D5100 and Sony A55. It's probably not worth an upgrade from a T2i, but it for folks looking to upgrade from older or lesser Canon dSLRs, it's one more choice to consider. The chief complaint that we've heard so far seems to be aimed more at Canon's marketing tactics than the camera itself. Everyone loved the T2i, and this is a T2i with an articulating screen for a few extra bucks, so what's not to love? Furthermore, it could be considered a cheaper alternative to the 60D -- that camera is faster and has weather-sealing, but it's also an extra $200 that many folks would rather hang on to.

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Specifications

  • 18 megapixel CMOS sensor
  • Digic 4 processor
  • 3-inch tilt-and-swivel wide LCD, 1,041k pixels
  • 9 point auto-focus
  • 1080p HD video at 30, 25, and 24 fps
  • JPEG + RAW
  • 3.7 fps burst shooting
  • Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS kit lens
  • EF/EF-S lens mount
  • Captures to SD/SDHC/SDXC media cards
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Release Date: Mar 10, 2011

Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D Reviews

Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

Canon digital cameras are well known for their high quality optics, reliability and simplicity of use. One of the largest digital camera manufacturers in the world today, Canon has earned a reputation for manufacturing some of the best digital cameras and digital SLRs available on the market. Canon cameras are undoubtedly on the camera wish list of anyone that's in search of a high quality camera. So when one looks at the winners of PC Magazine's Reader's Choice Award for Service and Reliability, it should be no surprise that Canon takes the top spot repeatedly. It should also be no surprise then that their cameras are consistently given top marks in reviews.

While Canon is not a traditionally cheap brand, Canon digital cameras have achieved the status of best buy. This means that the higher price tag is well deserved. In the recent past, Canon has introduced a few models that are less expensive, while offering respectable results. One such camera is the Canon PowerShot A1200. Unlike many other models at this low price point, the A1200 has a small optical viewfinder that makes is great for outdoor shooting as well as AA batteries.

Other Canon digital cameras have also earned high marks across the board, including the cheapest Powershot A series, the SD or ELPH series compact point-and-shoots, and the Rebel consumer dSLRs like the T4i. Solid design, ease of use, and high picture quality are things you can count on when you own a Canon camera. Some of the best Canon digital cameras include the Canon enthusiast compacts found in the S and G series cameras. These models have dominated the advanced digital camera market for a few years now, appealing to both amateurs and professionals requiring something pocketable. The Canon PowerShot G15, for example, has a swiveling LCD screen, a 12 megapixel sensor and a very fast lens perfect for low light photography.

Lately, Canon has been ramping up the specifications across its mid and high-end models by adding features like GPS and WiFi. These better specifications differentiate the upper models from lower-end cameras, but mean that they also have a higher price tag. With so many features you can find and so many models available, it's always in your best interest to do your research and read Canon digital camera reviews and ratings. Experts recommend reading reviews from users like you to find out if a specific model is right for you.

We here at Digital Camera HQ offer unbiased, informative reviews and recommendations to guide you to the right camera. We're not a store, but you can trust our camera grades to help find a great camera at the best price. We're always happy to help if you have any questions or issues.
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