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Review Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18MP

Camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i is a type of digital cameras that are known to have great capabilities for users of beginners as well as professionals already. This camera was produced to replace the previous Canon camera types namely EOS 550d. It's been increasingly popular use of LCD screen with live view capability, it also already exists on camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i, so it would be greatly helped if photografer would like to get a preview before the shoot on certain conditions, for example when a camera is lifted above the head, then help "vari angle" LCD will easily slides so that the photographer can still see a preview of the object that you want to shoot.

The size of the LCD screen on the Canon EOS Rebel T3i is also already has a greater width than its predecessor, it's been equipped 3-inch LCD that makes us more comfortable for preview or review. For LCD viewfinder/viewfinder live is an option to the user, because the camera Canon DSLR EOS Rebel T3i also has an optical viewfinder that has an accuracy of 100% frame coverage than LCD viewfinder that only has 99% frame coverage. This means that if using the LCD viewfinder, then there is a small part of the area will be lost/didn't get caught by LCD at a time when we preview before you shoot objects, so for the photo will look a little wider than the initial preview on the LCD.

For those of you who also love to catch the moment moves, then Canon EOS Rebel T3i will provide an interesting experience for video recording, because the camera has a video on the size capabilities record full HD with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 (1080p), surely a minimum size of 30fps is imperative if we want results of video recordings to be smoothly not halting the rapid movement. If you want a video recording is faster than 30fps, camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i also has an option to 60fps, but on a smaller resolution, i.e., 1280 x 720 (720p). Don't be confused by the video size of 720 p than 1080p, because if we see on a normal television, 720p size is good enough for our documentation.

Camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i has used the processor Digic 4 image processor. This is the type of processor the Canon is superb for processing the results capture us. In addition Digic 4 processor also helped us speed up autofocus on the object that will be dicapture. Noice reduction ability of superb Digic 4 processor so that the camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i is able to be used with ISO up to 6400 with noise that is still acceptable. Ability to record video at 1080p resolution can also be performed thanks to the technology of Digic 4.

Battery from the camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i uses LP-E8. To strength already good enough as it is to use standard could reach more than 400 shoot prior to recharge again. But the ability of the battery will decrease if we often use the viewfinder or LCD to review the results of our capture. Therefore it is always advisable to have a battery backup to avoid unwanted conditions.

Canon EOS Rebel T3i is a digital SLR camera has a resolution of 18 Megapixels and a CMOS sensor. Like the previous Canon DSLR camera, the type of camera Canon EOS Rebel T3i is made of stainless steel and plastic are strong, in particular section is also covered by rubber so comfortable to use for usage.

Specifications:
  • 18 megapixel Resolution
  • CMOS Sensor
  • Resolution maximum of 5184 x 3456
  • Digic 4 Image Processor
  • RAW file Type and JPEG file formats
  • Shutter speeds 1/4000 to 30 seconds
  • LCD 3 Inc.
  • Support Live View LCD
  • ISO range: auto, 100 to 6400
  • Hotshoe for External Flash
  • Types of memory: SD/SDHC
  • NTSC/PAL Video output format
  • Remote control E3
  • USB 2.0 hi-speed data and control interface
  • Battery Lithium-Ion LP-E8
  • Size of 5.2 x 3.9 x 3.1 in
  • Weight 570 g (with battery)

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Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera and DIGIC 4 Imaging with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens
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