EOS Rebel T3 user review and buy now price
Posted on January 1, 2013, by Admin, under Digital Photography
Photographers ready to break away from the boredom of point and shoot and cell phone cameras into digital SLR territory, will surely find Canon’s new EOS Rebel T3 an excellent option. This on-the-go camera delivers beautiful photos and shows superb flexibility as you opt to shift from still to HD video shooting mode during event photography like wedding parties.
It is both simple and funny. EOS Rebel T3 is powered with a 12.2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor and Canon DIGIC 4 Image Processor and delivers richly detailed images, excellent color reproduction and quick start-up. Canon has packed it with the amazing 63-zone Dual-layer metering which ensures accurate exposures. The autofocus of EOS Rebel T3 is truly helpful where the lighting is rather queer and it shoots incredibly well even without flash in the dark.
The EOS Rebel T3 is as beautiful as the pictures it takes. Undeniably, however, the plastic body of the camera is vulnerable to the elements than those higher-end DSLR models with magnesium body. That said, EOS Rebel T3 offers all the options and flexibility an aspiring photographer will probably ask for. The camera saw through the picture quality test with the Imatest Software for evaluating its’ resolution and noise levels. EOS rebel T3’s APS-C sensor can touch up to ISO 6400 sensitivity and the camera performs well at higher ISO sensitivities. This is an indicator that the quality of shots taken in low light will be good enough.
In burst or continuous shooting mode T3 captures 3 frames per second and 720p video at 25 or 30 frames per second. It is also worth mentioning here that with the 18-55 IS II kit lens the HD footage of EOS Rebel T3 looks pretty sharp. A new entrant in the Rebel lineage Canon T3 unquestionably offers very good value for money. Given the overall qualities like low price tag, rich colorful images, solid build, simple control and great battery life, Canon EOS Rebel T3 is an easy recommendation for those who are planning a great leap forward to the world of DSLR cameras.
Pros: Good Battery Life, Nice Features/Settings, Quick Start-Up Time, Excellent Image Quality, Superior Build Quality, Bright LCD, Solid Operation, Lightweight/Portable, Simple Controls/Menu, Easy To Use
Cons: Frame rate and burst depth not the best, especially for raw; Weak flash for an SLR; No sensor cleaning function; No spot metering.