Especially considering the 18 Megapixel resolution of the camera
Ultrahigh resolution 3inch LCD with 3
2 aspect ratio
Full manual controls
With support for RAW image format
RAW format supported
Good editing software included
Full HD movie recording with full manua
Great image quality
1080p HD video at 30 fps
3inch extra sharp LCD with Live View
Fast autofocus and camera speeds
Excellent detail and resolution (especially in raw mode)
Lovely new LCD screen - the 3
2 format really makes a difference
Flexible AF system in both phase-detection and live view modes
High-spec video mode
Including external microphone jack
Highly intuitive operation
Fast and responsive operation (although shooting in raw mode slows things down)
Excellent 18 megapixel sensor with impressively low noise and superb detail
Very good high ISO performance
Especially for 18-megapixel subframe sensor
Live View mode works very well
Live View mode offers a choice between phase-detect
Higher resolution and improved image quality over previous Rebels
Improved video mode with external mic capability
LCD with high resolution and new 3
Excellent software bundle for both Mac and Windows users
Snappy 3.7 fps in burst mode
Excellent software for both Mac and Windows
Higher resolution than previous Rebel cameras
Higherquality images and video than older Rebels
Excellent image quality
Full HD video recording
Top-notch images. 18-MP resolution. Low noise levels through ISO 3200. Largest and sharpest LCD available on a D-SLR. Multiple HD video-capture modes. Manual exposure control available during video capture. Compatible with SDXC memory cards. HDMI-CEC supp...
HD video specs identical to more expensive Canon 7D
Imagestabilized kit lens. Threeinch 3
2 aspect ratio LCD with a slightly greater viewing angle than the old version. Dedicated Live View/Movie Record button. Quick Control Screen. External microphone jack. Quicktime H.264 video format. SD memorycard slot handles speedy SDXC memory cards. AV output and HDMI connections. Video in 1080p at 30 and 24 fps
720p at 60 fps
640 x 480 at 60 fps and VGA
Quick response of 3.7 fps
Good control layout
Noise under control up to ISO 1600
Excellent photo quality
Above average video-capture quality.
High resolution 18 Megapixel stills
Adjustable HD resolution and fps with mic input
Superb high resolution screen with 3
Confident 63-zone metering system from 7D.
Fantastic image quality
Light and compact
The editors didn't like
JPEGs are soft at default settings
Good lenses needed for best results
Redeye a problem
No way to remove it in playback mode
Small right hand grip not for everyone
LCD outdoor visibility could be better
Sluggish contrast detect autofocus in live view
Continuous shooting mode could be better
Very basic playback mode
Wireless flash control would'
Ve been nice
Relatively slow burst mode
Video controls could be easier to use
Some detail loss in very dark or bright conditions
Auto Lighting Optimizer'
S effect is subtle to the point of being unnoticeable
No rear control dial (as found on higher-end Canon bodies)
Entry-level ergonomics won'
T suit everyone (the EOS 50D and 7D just feel nicer)
No in-camera raw conversion option
Slightly soft JPEG output at default settings (but this is far from unusual)
Chroma noise takes a fairly big chunk out of resolution at ISO 12
Main dial has too much resistance
Is uncomfortable in use
No rear control dial
Evaluative metering tends to blow highlights
Often requires 1/3 to 2/3EV of negative exposure compensation
No dedicated AF-assist lamp (flash is used)
And AF-assist ad...
Relatively expensive for entry level camera kit
Light plastic feel is a turn off for some photographers
Light plastic feel
Expensive for entry level camera kit
T work in Movie mode
Video recording is not as intuitive as with a dedicated camcorder. Frames-per-second capture is slower than the competition.
Smaller form size
Almost too light
Lack of quick control wheel (you have to get Canon'
S 7D or a higher model to have one). Bothersome autofocus assist flash. Build quality not as robust as feature set.
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