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20 reviews | 4.9 out of 5
Have wanted this for a while and finally treated myself! This is my 5th Canon (Early Canon 35 mm Rebel EOS, PowerShot SD550, Canon 10D, and Canon S95) and I LOVE IT!! The quality of pictures is amazing. Still reading the book and learning new things, even though I have used Canons for 25 years. Bought the body only, and transferred my (28-135 with macro) lens from the 10D. Not sure if the new lenses are any lighter but everything seems to work perfectly. May add a newer, different lens soon, and not sure which one, because there are so many to choose from.
Thank you Canon for including the complete booklet and not just a short one with the PDF online. I like being able to read the instructions and also to carry it with me in the camera bag.
If anyone has hints on the movie mode, I'd like to hear them. Haven't done that yet, but want to!
This is the best camera that a non-professional photographer can purchase. Easy to work and the color and picture quality are far above the rest.
This is my first DSLR camera body. I had several Canon lenses and Pentax lenses for old film-SLR. I thought to buy one of those camera bodies for a long time, because I miss the big lenses that can shoot in the dark, which the regular digital camera cannot do well. The Canon T3i obviously is cheaper but with better pixel quality. I was worried that without a stabilizer, the old lenses will not do well. But finally, I think I could easily erase the bad photo and shoot again, so I get the Canon T3i body.
The shipment from Walmart online order to my home took only two days. The Canon T3i is meeting my expectation and giving me very good pictures with the old lenses. What I like it the most is that the autofocus can save me time to take good pictures than the old film-SLR. Besides, it can make movie.
with a 300mm lens I'll probably see if an eagle has it's eyes open at about a quarter mile. Just waiting for spring.
This was an upgrade from a Canon 400D (xti) that I bought when it first came out on the market. I was at first a little concerned by the lighter weight assuming it was cheap construction but I couldn't be more wrong. The camera takes superb photos and the LCD screen is a major improvement from my older model (though if you want the touchscreen you need to look at the t4i) It handles low light better than older models and even better than the t4i by the reviews and spec I've read. Battery life is so far excellent and the SD format memory cards are a plus as they are cheaper than the older CF cards and easier to use with other devices. Unless you are upgrading from the prior model to this one you shouldn't be disappointed.
This the second canon camera I have purchased. I love this one as much as I do my Rebel T1i. I would recommand it.The color of the pictures are great.Took some at the Relay for LIfe last weekend got some really great shots..
Since I was already very familiar with the Canon line, I ordered this as an upgrade to my previous Canon. It has more extras than my old one. I love it and I'm sure it will serve me well for years to come.
Very nice camera. Great deal. Refurbish feel like never been used before. Why pay $300 more for a new camera? This deal is no brainer
Excellent camera, easy to use, lots of functions, overal great! Definitely recommend this camera.
I got this camera for making videos for my youtube channel. To be honest I was not expecting it to be this good. Everything is great and easy to use. I love this camera.
This is by far the best camera I have used. The quality of pictures is fantastic and the ease of operation helps. Still lots to learn on it but it sure makes picture taking fun and not work.
easy to change lenses and like the feel and balance of camera. Thanks Canon....
Birthday present to myself over two years ago. I have had a lot of cameras starting with a box Brownie. Of all of my cameras this has been my favorite. Distance, close up, in between the photos are clean and clear. The camera has great balance and as I carry it around in my hand the weight is good. Solid but light weight. Thank you Canon for a great product.
I am an older user and with mostly point and shoot experience. It takes beautiful pics in basic mode but also allows me to advance in simple steps to more advanced phortography. Also the T3i is relative easy for an older senior to use.
My husband bought this camera with the lens kits for me as a gift. It is my first DSLR camera I have ever had. It is super easy to use, the manual explains everything and in great detail. This camera is great for beginners like me and great for those who already know the basics. Couldn't have asked for a better product.
I have been using my T3i for a few years now and am still learning new things about it regularly. I absolutely LOVE it. I definitely needed a zoom lens for it -- was my first purchase after getting the camera. I love that my family can also use it in AUTO mode if need be. I love the flip out screen for reviewing my photos or if we use the self-timer option!! I keep post-it notes for some settings jotted down for quick reference in that hidden area as well. :) I take portraits, nature scenes and sporting events and have no complaints about the way the camera works. I LOVE my Canon -- I have 3 other Canons and the quality of their product is phenomenal! Wouldn't own any other brand! ♥
Had this camera for about 3 years. My only complaints are the very slow auto-focus speed, poor performance in extreme low lighting situations, and overall slow camera processing speed that this T3i can't handle. In time, you learn to work around the camera's faults. The logic 4 chip is the root cause. Note that photography is 70 percent lens and 30 percent camera body. This camera was not built for speed or for extreme low lighting situations; however, the T3i camera can hold its own and it can take super-sharp images in relatively moderate to low lighting conditions compared to the 6D or 5D Mark III. I don't like the feel of the 6D or the 5D. Note that the T3i costs thousands less than the 6D or the 5D. The T3i is a "creative" picture taking camera only.
This a super body for Macro Studies in the field.
My only complaint is that in the Macro Mode you have to push the exposure button halfway to be able to view the subject each time you want to view and shoot.