Canon EOS Rebel T3i Review - SLR Digital Camera

The Canon EOS Rebel T3i digital camera was released in the U.S. in February 2011. This SLR camera is known as the Canon EOS Rebel 600D in Europe. Other than the model name difference, these are the same cameras. The EOS Rebel T3i in considered to be an upper entry level SLR digital camera. The retail price, without lens, is $799 where the professional SLR digital cameras are well over $1,000. As Best Canon Cameras Reviews notes, the T3i is the first entry level SLR to have some of the same features as the more expensive professional Canon 60D SLR digital camera.

The EOS Rebel T3i takes photos in 18 MP and they look awesome! You can also use your T3i to record in full HD video, if you are interested in that sort of thing. The T3i also has this cool features called Video Snapshot that allows you to take some short video clips and add them together into one video file without the need to use any editing software on your computer. It's a pretty cool feature if you use your SLR to take any video.

If you've played around with one of the Canon EOS Rebel T2i SLR cameras before, you will notice a few differences between the T2i and T3i. You see, the T3i shares some features with the more expensive 60D - most notably the LCD monitor that you can rotate and swivel about. This is perfect for those shots when you have to put your arm up high above your head because now you can tilt the LCD monitor so you can actually see what you're taking a picture of!

Canon EOS Rebel T3i / EOS 600D Video Tour

Released with the EOS Rebel T3i is the 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 IS II lens for the camera. You know the optically stabilized kit lens? Well, this lens is basically just a cosmetically revised version of it. But it does look good, right? You can use this lens, as well as any of the other lenses made by Canon for the EOS Rebel SLR cameras to make the most of your new Canon EOS Rebel T3i camera.

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