New Canon EOS 600D

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 26 2011 on 11:30 AM

Canon has unveiled the Rebel T3i (EOS 600D) upper entry-level DSLR. It continues to use the 18MP CMOS sensor seen in the Rebel T2i (550D) but gains a tilt and swivel 1,040k dot LCD monitor like the one offered on the more expensive 60D. It also gains the ability to remotely control flashguns using its internal flash, a feature previously only featured on higher-end models. Alongside the camera, Canon is also launching the 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 IS II, a cosmetically revised version of its optically stabilized kit lens.

Capturing stunning images and Full HD video has never been easier, thanks to a range of automatic shooting modes that beginners can use to instantly express their creativity. A Feature Guide has been added to the user interface to help you learn about the camera as you use it, helping to develop your photography skills. With an unrivalled range of EF lenses, Speedlites and other accessories to enhance your shooting, the EOS system holds the key to the perfect shot – wherever your journey takes you, and whatever the scene before you.

Here are few samples of video and photos taken with the Canon EOS 600D.


Honored with TIPA’s “Best DSLR Entry Level in 2011″ award, the Canon EOS 600D (Canon Rebel T3i in the Americas, Kiss X5 in Japan) digital SLR camera was recognized for continuing “the legacy of easy operation and high functionality. 

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