Canon EOS 600D Reviews

Canon EOS 600D
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Canon EOS Rebel T3i

 3.5
Pros: The Canon EOS Rebel T3i delivers excellent video capabilities and image and video quality
Cons: If you shoot both still and video, the T3i's controls can be frustrating to operate, and it's not terribly fast for burst shooting sports, kids, or pets
Verdict: If you didn't think the 60D was overpriced when it shipped, you will now. The Canon EOS Rebel T3i (aka the EOS 600D), the 60D's younger and cheaper sibling, offers the same basic camera with some corners cut--most notably a slightly less well-constructed body and a (purposely?
Read full review at CNET
September 2014
CNET
 

Canon T3i

Pros: Excellent and proven 18-megapixel sensor, Lots of detail, especially in RAW files, Very good high ISO performance, Very accurate colors, Full HD video capability at three frame rates with auto or manual exposure control, Video Digital Zoom, ranging from 3-10x, Good quality optics with image...
Cons: Dynamic range is not up to par with the best APS-C sensors, No microfocus adjustment, Very warm auto white balance indoors, Sluggish startup and mode switching, Only center AF point is cross-type, while the Canon 60D has all nine cross-type (for those considering a 60D, 3.7fps is slow for sports...
Verdict: As it stands, the Canon T3i is the flagship Rebel, with the T3 and T2i beneath it in features. Its still image quality is among the best in its price range, and its video modes are quite complete, offering excellent quality, provided you can handle shooting video more carefully than you would with a...
Read full review at imaging-resource.com
November 2013
imaging-resource.com
 

Canon EOS 600D (Rebel T3i) Review

 4.3
Pros: Ductility, Image quality, Swiveling display
Cons: Price
Verdict: The Canon EOS 600D is an excellent reflex. It can generate good-quality images from high definition, with accurate colors and realistic, and without suffering much of problems related to digital noise.
Read full review at reviewguidelines.com
September 2013
 

Canon EOS 600D DSLR Camera

 3.5
Verdict: The price point of DSLR cameras have significantly dropped over the last few years. With the implementation of new technology, DSLRs are becoming increasingly simpler to use and customers buy them  for their superior image quality and manual controls.
Read full review at Tech2
June 2013
Tech2
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3i Review

 4.5
Pros: Excellent image quality at all ISO settings, Articulated LCD screen, Ability to remotely control flashguns
Cons: White balance, Slow AF in Live View Mode
Verdict: Only a year after the release of the Canon EOS Rebel T2i, here is its replacement -- the T3i. The T3i keeps the 18 megapixels and ISO range of its predecessor, so there is no difference in image quality.
Read full review at About.com
April 2013
About.com
 

Canon EOS 600D review

 5.0
Verdict: For amateurs wanting to achieve professional looking photos, and, increasingly, video, the digital SLR remains king. Canon's newest entry level DSLR comes after last year's equally accessible EOS 550D, which remains just below it in the EOS range.
Read full review at T3
December 2012
T3
 

Pros: Impressive image quality; firm grip and handling; Full HD video recording; rotating LCD and HDMI output
Cons: Live View AF is not very fast, frame rate for sports shooting is slow; and has a possibility to overexpose in dazzling sunlight;
Verdict: Canon has thrown a tough competition to its rivals in the category of DSLR cameras by introducing a new compact, portable and intelligent DSLR camera that would take your photography experience to a new level.
Read full review at naaptol
October 2012
naaptol
 

Canon EOS 600D ? Review

 4.2
Pros: Excellent 18.7MP APS-C sensor, Image quality even at high ISO levels
Cons: Somewhat plasticky and insubstantial construction, Not great value in NZ
Verdict: Juha Saarinen looks at the piggy in the middle DSLR from Canon. Canon makes lovely gear ? mostly ? but the Japanese imaging giant has an annoying tendency to come up with confusing product lines. For instance, you may wish to buy an expensive full-frame DSLR for the benefits a bigger imager brings.
Read full review at D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
October 2012
D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
 

 4.0
Verdict: The various changes bestowed upon the EOS 600D make a little more sense here than they do in the enthusiast EOS 60D, and what results is a model that provides plenty of growing space for beginners but enough to keep the more adventurous happy.
Read full review at PhotoRadar
March 2012
PhotoRadar
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3i

Pros: Superb image quality, even in low light, Compact and lightweight, Swiveling LCD screen, Shoots 1080p full HD video, Exposure bracketing
Cons: Tight optical viewfinder, Slow autofocus in live view, No continuous autofocus when shooting video
Verdict: In this arena the EOS Rebel T3i is pretty comparable to the Nikon D3200, although the Nikon lacks the Canon's swiveling screen and exposure bracketing. You can set the T3i to shoot three photos -- one at a normal exposure, one slightly lower and one slightly higher -- in case you don't like the way...
Read full review at review.consumersearch.com
November 2011
review.consumersearch.com
 

 4.0
Verdict: Canon 's EOS 600D combines the ease-of-use of the company's entry-level EOS 1100D, but adds to it a host of features that will take you way beyond the beginner level.
Read full review at PC Advisor
November 2011
PC Advisor
 

Canon EOS 600D

 4.0
Verdict: Canon's new low to mid-range DSLR is essentially a 550D with a flip out screen but that's precisely why it's so good.
Read full review at TrustedReviews
November 2011
TrustedReviews
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3i

 3.5
Pros: Quick. Good picture quality
Cons: Extremely slow Live View mode. Not as fast as the T2i, images aren't as sharp
Verdict: Some digital camera upgrades outperform their predecessors by leaps and bounds. Some camera upgrades move forward by inches. The Canon Rebel T3i falls into the latter camp. This follow-up to the Editors' Choice Rebel T2i ($799.99, 4.5 stars) adds a flip-out LCD, but otherwise doesn't change any of...
Read full review at PC Magazine
September 2011
PC Magazine
 

Canon EOS 600D

Verdict: Outwardly, the Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i is virtually identical its predecessor, with a few tweaks to accomodate the new vari-angle LCD screen. It is a fairly small camera with a largely plastic shell and a pretty narrow, mildly uncomfortable hand-grip.
Read full review at PhotographyBLOG
August 2011
PhotographyBLOG
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3i Review

 4.5
Pros: Great feel in the hand; impressive video capabilities; good manual
Cons: Obtuse user interface
Verdict: Rich in features and no slouch in performance
Read full review at maximum pc
August 2011
maximum pc
 

Best of both worlds

 4.0
Pros: Good image and video quality; handy 3in articulated screen; fast autofocus with viewfinder; can wirelessly control other flash units
Cons: Live View mode is slow to start up; Autofocus is noisy in video mode
Verdict: Canon's EOS 600D further blurs the line between a beginner and professional DSLR. Although it has a smaller frame and lacks a second control dial and screen, it still packs a lot of features.
Read full review at techcentral.my
August 2011
techcentral.my
 

 3.8
Pros: Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient, High image quality with good balance between detail and noise reduction in JPEG output, Good subject tracking AF in viewfinder shooting mode (compared to mirrorless competition, 5 fps with ample buffering in JPEG-only mode, Very
Cons: Slow 'hybrid AF' performance in live view and video modes (compared to mirrorless competition, Slightly higher noise levels than its peers, Default dynamic range lags a bit behind its peers, Using flash with Auto ISO enabled results in ISO 400 even in bright light conditions, Cannot configure common
Verdict: The EOS 650D/Rebel T4i provides an interesting window into Canon's thinking with regard to the entry-level DSLR market. The Rebel series of cameras is one with long-standing success that predates the digital revolution. And they remain very popular today.
Read full review at DP Review
August 2011
DP Review
 

Canon EOS 600D 18Mp DSLR

 4.0
Verdict: If you've been using Canon kit for a few years and are looking to replace an entry-level DSLR with something more up-to-date, the EOS 600D is an excellent halfway house between a low-spec DSLR and a semi-professional model such as the EOS 60D or EOS 7D.
Read full review at theregister.co.uk
July 2011
theregister.co.uk
 

Pros: Excellent sensor and great high ISO quality, articulating LCD screen is bright and detailed, some smart improvements from the EOS 550D
Cons: Requires menu-surfing to find some options, the control layout isn't as streamlined as we think it could be
Verdict: The is an entry-level digital SLR camera sporting an 18-megapixel sensor, a supposedly amateur-friendly control interface and menu, and a 3in articulating LCD screen. In our testing we found it could take excellent pictures and very high quality 1080p video, but the controls aren't as intuitive and...
Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
July 2011
review.goodgearguide.com.au
 

Canon EOS 600D review

 5.0
Verdict: Canon has had an admirably tight grip on the DSLR market ever since the phenomenally successful EOS 300D dived below the four-figure price barrier back in 2003. The success of the EOS D range has never been simply about price however, but the high quality kit you get for your money.
Read full review at Stuff.tv
July 2011
Stuff.tv
 

Canon EOS 600D Rebel T3i Camera Review

Verdict: Canon EOS 600D Review The Canon Rebel T3i is described as an entry level DSLR that's a notch above some of the lower-level beginner DSLRs out there. It comes hot on the heels of the T2i, being released less than a year later than the older model. Does the new model (known as the Rebel [...
Read full review at review.gadgetheaven.co.uk
July 2011
review.gadgetheaven.co.uk
 

[REVIEW-CANON EOS 600D DSLR]

Pros: Canon are putting emphasis on the ease with which a compact camera user can adapt to the DSLR, so we put this to the test. We selected the "Scene Intelligent Auto" and let the camera do the work. Generally the results were good, but with the usual caveats.
Cons: Auto focus in live view is frustratingly lethargic
Verdict: This 18 megapixel camera is Canon's "upper entry level" DSLR, sharing some of the features of the "enthusiast" 60D. It has a swivelling high resolution LCD, full high definition video and a useful external microphone socket.
Read full review at DPexpert
July 2011
DPexpert
 

Canon EOS 600D

 4.0
Pros: Overall strong image quality, Wireless flash capabilities, Articulated LCD, Full HD video recording, Plenty of features for beginners to grow
Cons: Meagre burst rate, Not built for those with large hands
Verdict: Canon's triple-digit EOS line has traditionally catered for those dipping their toes into DSLR photography, but as successive models have acquired more functionality, they've ventured further into enthusiast territory.
Read full review at TechRadar UK
July 2011
TechRadar UK
 

Canon EOS 600D test

 4.8
Verdict: The Canon EOS 600D is destined to be a major success. Despite being laden with the kind of features you'd expect to find on an enthusiast-level DSLR, it retains its compact size and ease of use and manages to deliver a very high success rate in terms of well-exposed, sharp results.
Read full review at digitalslrphoto.com
June 2011
digitalslrphoto.com
 

Canon EOS 600D

 4.0
Verdict: Overall the Canon EOS 600D scores above the average model; however, it's not without its flaws. Look past these, though, and you've got a great entry-level DSLR
Read full review at digicambuyer.co.uk
June 2011
digicambuyer.co.uk
 

Canon EOS 600D review

 4.2
Verdict: Initially, the Canon EOS 600D may seem nothing more than a slight upgrade from the EOS 550D, but the newcomer actually owes much to AP's Product of the Year 2011, the EOS 60D.
Read full review at Amateur Photographer
June 2011
Amateur Photographer
 

Canon EOS 600D review Review

 4.5
Pros: Useful fold-out screen, Numerous video features, Plenty of on-board help and creative tools
Cons: Run-of-the-mill design, Plasticky feel
Verdict: The Canon EOS 600D isn't much to look at, but it's a great performer, and its creative features and helpful nature make it an excellent choice for both beginners and enthusiasts looking to replace an older dSLR.
Read full review at CNET
June 2011
CNET
 

Canon EOS 600D

Pros: Vari-angle screen, new video improvements, in-camera filter effects
Cons: Live focusing during video recording still a hassle
Verdict: Tweet The Canon EOS 550D was a pretty damn good dSLR and now the 600D, Canon's flagship entry-level model, continues with this winning formula.
Read full review at TechSmart
May 2011
TechSmart
 

Canon EOS 600D

 5.0
Verdict: The 600D offers everything that the 550D does, and more. It's worth the additional $200, particularly if you're not ready for the more advanced 60D.
Read full review at New Zealand PC World
May 2011
New Zealand PC World
 

Canon EOS Digital Rebel T3i SLR

Verdict: While the Canon EOS Rebel T3 is for someone getting started with dSLRs, Canon's newly announced EOS Rebel T3i is rolling out as their flagship model in the Rebel series.  Designed for the those seeking professional results with affordability in mind, the T3i features a 3.0-inch variable angle LCD...
Read full review at Steve's Digicams
May 2011
Steve's Digicams
 

Canon EOS 600D

 3.4
Verdict: A superb digital camera, but a botched attempt to appeal to HD video buffs mars the 600D's appeal
Read full review at PC Pro
May 2011
PC Pro
 

Review: Canon EOS Rebel T3i DLSR camera

 4.5
Pros: Beautiful and useful Vari Angle 3-inch LCD, Wireless flash transmitter for multiple flashes, Robust movie recording options including full HD, External mic jack, Clear, easy to use menu system and onscreen controls, Excellent image quality, even at ISO 1600, Versatile 18-135mm kit lens option
Cons: Some physical controls (such as Display button) oddly placed, Lack of single button movie recording, Auto White Balance struggles in most indoor lighting conditions--a traditional Canon weakness
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T3i with 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS optional kit lens is a complete picture taking machine. The latest Rebel features an LCD that swings out and can be positioned at a variety of angles, full HD video recording, wireless flash control, a respectable continuous shooting mode, and the...
Read full review at Macworld
April 2011
Macworld
 

Canon Rebel T3i Review: A Pro DSLR for Beginners

 4.5
Pros: Adjustable 3-inch LCD, Outstanding image quality, even at ISO 1600, Wireless flash transmitter for multiple flashes, Full
Cons: Some physical controls are oddly placed, Auto White Balance struggles in indoor lighting, Lack
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T3i is a complete picture-taking machine, especially when you use it with its 18-135mm, f/3.5-5.6 IS optional kit lens.
Read full review at PC World
April 2011
PC World
 

Canon T3i Digital Camera Review

Pros: Very accurate colors, Great auto white balance
Cons: Poor resolution with the kit lens, The live view autofocus has issues
Verdict: One word comes to mind when discussing the Canon Rebel T3i: safe. Canon certainly found a very appealing formula with the T2i and is not looking to spoil the recipe by changing too much.
Read full review at DigitalCameraInfo.com
April 2011
DigitalCameraInfo.com
 

Canon EOS 600D review

 5.0
Pros: Compact, lightweight, easier to use than ever; angle-adjustable LCD and large resolution are a boon for those who want more from their photography
Cons: Occasional clipped highlights; integral mic picks up adjustment noise
Verdict: The EOS 600D is also beginner friendly but sits above the EOS 1100D in the Canon DSLR range, where it's arguably more of a direct threat to Nikon's equally new D5100. The asking price is £779 with 18-55mm IS zoom or £679 for body only.
Read full review at Macworld UK
April 2011
Macworld UK
 

Canon EOS 600D Digital SLR Review

 4.5
Pros: Gorgeous 3" 1040k dot screen, Excellent image quality, Brilliant colour reproduction, Solid body with great rubber grips, Low noise upto ISO3200, Better than expected battery life
Cons: Mono mic, Little battery warning, Slow live view focusing
Verdict: is Canon's latest Digital SLR and updates the popular 550D and is the latest in a line of DSLRs dating back to the 300D. No longer the entry level SLR in Canon's line up, it is now a step up from that, as that role has been filled by the new 1100D, the 1100D being an update to the 1000D introduced...
Read full review at ePHOTOzine
April 2011
ePHOTOzine
 

Canon EOS 600D

Verdict: Updates to Canon's popular range of consumer-level digital SLRs always make waves, and the new EOS 600D is no exception. Slotting in at the top end of Canon's entry-level line-up, it ?makes capturing exciting, fun and creative images easier than ever', the company brags.
Read full review at macworld.com.au
April 2011
macworld.com.au
 

Canon EOS 600D review

 4.0
Pros: Excellent sensor and great high-ISO quality, articulating LCD screen is bright and detailed, some improvements over the EOS 550D
Cons: Some menu options hard to find, layout of controls could be better
Verdict: Updates to Canon's popular range of consumer-level digital SLRs always make waves, and the new EOS 600D is no exception. Slotting in at the top end of Canon's entry-level line-up, it ?makes capturing exciting, fun and creative images easier than ever', the company brags.
Read full review at Digital Arts
April 2011
Digital Arts
 

Canon EOS 600D EF-S 18-55 IS II Kit review

 4.0
Verdict: Subtle yet welcome improvements over the 550D, but it's expensive once necessary lens upgrades are taken into account.
Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
April 2011
expertreviews.co.uk
 

Canon EOS 600D + 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II

 4.0
Pros: Good picture quality, High-quality swivel LCD screen, Fully functional Live View viewfinder (image preview and settings, Good 18-55 mm IS II kit lens supplied, Good software package included / Excellent battery life
Cons: Optical viewfinder a bit narrow, Autofocus in Live View and video too slow for use out and about, Noisy shutter release, No video mode button / No presence detection to switch off the LCD, More custom controls would be nice
Verdict: The 600D is Canon's follow-up to the best-selling 550D, which is likely to bow out of the market in the coming months. However, with the exception of the LCD swivel screen, the updates brought to this new model...
Read full review at DigitalVersus
April 2011
DigitalVersus
 

EF-S 55-250mm F/4-5.6 IS Zoom Lens Review: Tested with Rebel T3i

Verdict: April 5th. The Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6G IS telephoto zoom is designed to be the ideal complement to the standard EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II wide-angle zoom lens, the same lens that is sold in a kit with Canon SLR camera's like the new Rebel T3 and Rebel T3i.
Read full review at Digital Review
April 2011
Digital Review
 

Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i

 4.4
Pros: High resolution 18 Megapixel stills, Articulated screen with superb 1040k / 3:2 panel, HD video at multiple fps with mic input and adjustable levels, Wireless flash control, Neat Digital Zoom and Video Snapshot features
Cons: Modest 3.7fps shooting and small RAW buffer, Average 9-point AF system and viewfinder, Still no continuous AF for movies, Models on either side may be better for some photographers
Verdict: Canon's EOS 600D - or Rebel T3i as it's known in North America - is the company's latest upper entry-level DSLR. Announced in February 2011, it's numerically the successor to the EOS 550D / T2i, although the older model is expected to remain on-sale at a lower price point.
Read full review at Camera Labs
April 2011
Camera Labs
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3i Review

 4.0
Pros: Movable monitor, Excellent image and color quality, Excellent high ISO noise performance for a cropped sensor, Good video image quality
Cons: Slow AF acquisition time in video and Live View, No continuous AF in video mode, Low battery life in Live View shooting
Verdict: Formally announced on February 7 and available in early March 2011, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i (henceforth T3i) becomes the company's flagship entry-level model and is accompanied to market by a budget-priced T3 variant as well.
Read full review at Digital Camera Review
March 2011
Digital Camera Review
 

Canon EOS 600D review

 4.5
Pros: Detailed vari-angle screen, wireless flash control
Cons: Plasticy build quality, slow AF in live view, Raw continuous shooting
Verdict: The Canon EOS 600D is more than the "550D with vari-angle screen" it may at first appear to be. It's really the built-in wireless flash commander that pushes the camera into new and more advanced territory.
Read full review at Pocket Lint
March 2011
Pocket Lint
 

Canon EOS Rebel T3i

 4.2
Pros: Fine 18-megapixel images, Excellent 3-inch vari-angle LCD, Full HD video at 30 fps, 3.7 fps at full resolution
Cons: Tends to run warm indoors, Video is good but focusing is cumbersome, No burst mode in A+ auto
Verdict: Review: The Canon EOS Rebel T3i caters to DSLR beginners but retains outstanding picture quality. It's time to really shake off the winter blahs and take some photos and video with the new Canon T3i DSLR. Is it worth the trip outdoors?
Read full review at Digitaltrends
March 2011
Digitaltrends
 

Canon EOS 600D review (Rebel T3i review)

 4.4
Pros: Excellent image quality, easy to pick-up and use
Cons: Sluggish AF during Live View and video recording
Verdict: UPDATED 8th November, 2012. First released in March 2011, the Canon EOS 600D is positioned as a mid-level enthusiast DSLR. Still listed as a current model, the Canon EOS 600D has since been succeeded by the Canon EOS 650D. Can the Canon EOS 600D still cut it against the competition?
Read full review at What Digital Camera
March 2011
What Digital Camera
 

Hands-on Report: Canon EOS Rebel T3i (600D) DSLR camera review

 4.0
Verdict: Announced on January 7, 2011, a year and a day after the release of the EOS Rebel T2i (550D), the (more frequently known as the 600D) is Canon's latest attempt at offering entry-level photographers a fully featured, but affordable camera that comes closer than ever to stepping on its pricier
Read full review at cameragearguide.com
March 2011
 

Canon EOS 600D

 4.2
Pros: You want a high-resolution DSLR camera that can record both still pictures and Full HD video clips, You want a camera with a straightforward user interface plus easy-to-use automated shooting modes and user-adjustable controls, You want a DSLR with a built-in auto flash plus a useful flash modes and
Verdict: The EOS 600D sits at the top of Canon's entry-level range but includes several features from the 'pro-sumer' models. Positioned between the popular EOS 550D and EOS 60D, the keenly-priced 600D has the same 18 megapixel CMOS sensor as these cameras and the same DIGIC 4 image processor.
Read full review at PhotoReview
March 2011
PhotoReview
 

A Good Buy

 5.0
Verdict: The Best Entry level DSLR you could ever have.I know i am little late to put up a review but i have to say you that This has all the features of a professional cam which is easy to operate and most importantly less control switches which helps to learn features faster.The build quality is better...
Read full review at amazon.in
August 2014
amazon.in
 

This is a great camera.

 4.0
Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Verdict: This camera is great for your first or second DSLR it provides amazing image quality and a big screen and it also tilts around so its great for video at 1080p. If your looking for an upgrade from a compact camera and getting into photography more this is the way to go.
Read full review at Teds
May 2014
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