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About this product
- Model600D / Rebel T3i
- Camera TypeDigital SLR
- Resolution18.0 MP
- LCD Screen Size3"
- Weight0.51 Kg
- Camera Resolution18.0 MP
- HD Recording Format1080p
- ISO Speeds100 - 6400
Most relevant reviews
- treehuggergraha...11 May, 2017by
Canon 600 D
Everything works on the camera only it will not record a video for more than 9 seconds and then shuts down. Stating that the camera has overheated. Still I bought it for still pictures so it meets my requirements. Just be aware that buying a second hand unit you are inadvertantly buying other peoples problems . It does the job it was bought for quite well. Still photography.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- schlong200906 Oct, 2016by
A great easy to use camera in very good condition as explained prior to purchase. Good fast service,no complaints in any way Cheers and Thanks
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- mandymck2409 Sep, 2012by
Better than the 650D IMO
I wanted to install magic lantern so went with the 600d over the 650d as the team have not yet cracked the 650d code. If you want to make videos with this camera, then check out the magic lantern software, it is amazing and sorts any of the niggles you will have with this camera for movies. Even photographers might want to check it out, as there are some great features for photography. To be able to put a camera at a window in a storm and have it detect motion and immediately fire the shutter on lightening - wow. Or to take a macro and have it stack focus so you get more DOF, great features. In researching the cameras, the only things that drew me to the 650d were the better focusing system and the continual focus for movies, but after reviewing the movie continual focus, I saw examples where the camera could not keep focus on a toddler walking slowly - the system is too new yet to be overly useful in video mode. However, if photography is your primary use, the 9 cross-type focus points over just the center point would make me choose the 650d - especially for sport and wildlife. I purchased the Kiss X5 version and am very happy. For me it is a great upgrade from the 400d, the sensor shows much lower noise so higher ISO's are usable and the larger file size means you can crop and still get a good size image or print the original file very big. Lastly this camera has a special feature - the digital zoom in movie mode. Using the 3x zoom with even a 100-300mm on small birds at a few meters away, or on the 100mm macro, 10cm from the object gives you wonderful results. I have compared the interpolation on the Adobe CS5 suite of products to the in-camera interpolation and the camera wins every time. Read full review
- kazedays05 Mar, 2012by
A Superb Premium Entry Level Dslr.
This camera is awesome. It sits at the top of canons entry level range, And rightly so, it's is an excellent dslr with some fun featueres. I bought mine as a temporary solution/backup as I just sold my 5D mk ii. Performance, build quality and features are fantastic for a dslr that can be bought for under $700 The reticulated screen is very cool as well as being quite handy and makes composing videos and trickier-than-usual shots all the more easier. I purchased canons 18-135mm and 50mm 1.8 lens' and I have to admit, they are just awesome lens' to start out with, great performance and photo quality for a very low price, i highly recommend those two lens'. As with all products there are always negatives, the 600d is of course no exception. These are my 2 negative points. Firstly the battery life is a little average especially if you are recording videos, so I would recommend investing in a battery grip, also it wouldve been handy if canon had included dual memory card slots and thirdly the built in flash (to me) is not very impressive in many of the situations I tend to use the camera, so I will definitely be looking to buy canons 430ex ii external flash sometime soon, Overall, as a great priced premium entry level dslr I highly recommend this to anybody looking to get into amateur dslr photography it's an excellent choice to start out with! For me though, bring on the 5D Mark III ! Read full review
- 44redwood4406 Nov, 2012by
Versatile and forgiving for the novice to use as well as the experienced.
I am a beginner in photography this camera was recommended for by a professional photographer.I took it with me recently overseas and took some really difficult shots it worked better than expected.I can recommend this camera without any concern at all,like me this is the perfect camera to grow with for any novice at all its great value as well.