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CANON REBEL T6 REVIEW

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Written by Aryan Arya

If you wish to Capture, create and share life’s best moments then the Canon Rebel T6 DSLR has everything that makes it the best option delivering high quality image that your photos deserve and at the same time ideal for those who are looking for a pocket-friendly DSLR camera, it’s sure to catch the audience’s eye as it is loaded with the updated features that meets every photographer’s needs. This entry level DSLR serves as an economically feasible gateway to professional photography equipped with an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS image sensor and the DIGIC 4+ Image Processor covering minutest details, colorful photos and videos even in low light. Even if you are a novice to DSLRs, it’s scene Intelligent Auto mode can conveniently and automatically adjust the camera’s settings to suit your subject. If you are a Kohl’s shopper then one can go in for this aggressively priced bundle and stay up to date with the latest Kohl’s sale announcements, Kohl’s offering free shipping code to get best deal ever on Canon DSLR’s. Both friendly and approachable and good value for money so if you’re considering an upgrade from your old camera, you might find yourself almost immediately at home with the T6. This comprehensive Canon Rebel T6 review will help you towards making the right choice.

 

Canon Rebel T6 has a sturdy black body inspite of it mainly made of carbon fiber and fiberglass reinforced plastic, that makes the camera very light in weight but seem as durable as more expensive Canon shooters. It’s possible to carry it around in a purse on your shoulder for a full day having a height of 4.0″, a width of 5.1″ and its depth being 3.1″. So with the total weight being around 1.1 pounds excluding the extra lens,it’s overall appearance gives it to look slightly smaller than most of its rivals. Through Canon lenses, photographers can truly maximize the quality and liberating performance of this Canon Rebel T6.The camera is designed in such a way that it features a Live View button on the right side of the viewfinder whose primary role is to start and stop video recording when the camera is set in a video position. Then another button located between the thumb rest and the camera’s LCD is the AV button used to adjust the aperture when it is in Manual mode. The Q button is for navigation on the display screen and to change additional image parameters like Raw or JPEG recording, image style setup, and exposure metering patterns, including Evaluative, Partial and Center-weighted averaging.

The Quick control menu of this camera is easy to read even in sunny conditions as it is larger in size. Amateurs won’t be terrified moving into Program mode, and for the advanced users it is an easy task to quickly change most core settings. Loaded with stock lens that is capable of covering quite a wide focal range and can be zoomed to give a short field of view too.

Performance wise in terms of speed this Rebel T6 can capture an image in 0.4 seconds which is highly commendable. It’s 9-point autofocus system is also capable to focus on the subjects at a speed level between 0.13 seconds for bright conditions to 1.4 seconds in dim situations. The continuous shooting of the camera goes up to a maximum of three frames per second.

Not to forget the image and Video Quality which also offers a Full HD Video recording (1920*1080) which takes nice clear photos with pleasant colours having a soft outlook. It provides a better color saturation. The camera can also work in “snapshot” mode where it will take video sequences with 1, 2, 4 or 8 second intervals and then merge/join these clips into a single movie file. Rebel T6 has a built in Wind filter which helps cut out the unwanted sounds, breezes and gusts of wind during video recording. Another added advantage is its auto Exposure Bracketing useful for scenes where the lighting is especially tricky and the user can adjust each image by a preset amount. Saved in the memory card for the photographer to select their favorite. It’s Creative Filters including Toy Camera, Fisheye and Miniature Effect help you capture everything with a new perspective. It works great and has added features like FOOD mode designed for taking pictures of what you eat. A must buy for foodies.

Ideal for a newbie is its high resolution rear display which tells you all the settings of the camera in an easy plain language which one can understand but the only flaw is that it does not have touchscreen controls, which means that every change to settings needs to be done via the physical controls, though there are quite a few direct access buttons.

Canon Rebel T6 has a few updated features that cam meet every photographer’s requirement, the most significant addition is Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, providing a virtually seamless connection though at the moment this function only works with Android NFC-enabled compatible Android devices that can be used to transfer images from camera to your smartphone. IPhone users are out of luck for the moment. It is also compatible with Canon Camera Connect app and one can remotely control the camera from your tablet or smartphone and images can be shared via social networking.

This product includes other features like EOS Full HD Video mode for easy-to-use video capture, a 500 shot battery life and an optical viewfinder that offers 95% coverage. Apart from the wireless connections, the camera features 2.5mm ports on the left side of the camera, which are compatible with USB and mini HDMI allowing the exchange of data.

Whether you’re out on an adventure hike or with your family the EOS Rebel T6 can help you take photos you’ll want to show off. It is an ideal entry-level camera for those who are graduating from smartphone cameras, worth the investment having superior features when you see the bunch of features attached to it.

 

About the author

Aryan Arya

Aryan Arya (Venkat Siva Reddy) is the CEO & Originator of Crazy Speed Tech, Blogger, Web Developer & currently maintaining other few tech blogs also operating as an SEO Analyst.

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