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For gorgeous, high-quality photos and videos that are easy to share, look to the Canon EOS Rebel T6i Camera with EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens. The EOS Rebel T6i does more, easier, making capturing photos and shooting videos a breeze. An updated light-metering system means well-exposed images. HD videos are effortless with the EOS Rebel T6i’s advanced AF that provides speedy and precise focus on subjects. A first ever for the EOS Rebel line, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC are now available! Wireless connectivity provides a seamless way to exchange images and movies with compatible devices. It’s easier and more convenient than ever to share movies and photos, no matter the location. Near Field Communication (NFC) allows for easy pairing with compatible Android devices and Canon’s new Connect Station CS100 device! With fast performance in a number of shooting environments, the EOS Rebel T6i does the hard work, letting you focus on making gorgeous photos and HD movies.
Reasons to buy
- Solid sensor: Canon’s new 24MP CMOS sensor produces very good image quality, with resolution and low light performance similar to its peers.
- Rotating touchscreen LCD: The Rebel’s 3″ 1.04 million dot LCD display can flip to the side and rotate 270 degrees, which is great for video recording. The touch features allow for easy focusing and photo review.
- Wi-Fi with NFC: Sharing photos via your smartphone takes just a ‘tap’. Photos and movies can be tagged for sharing to social media sites right on the camera.
Things to consider
- Fewer AF points with limited frame coverage: Although the 19-point AF system is an upgrade over previous Rebels, total number of points and frame coverage suffer relative to immediate peers.
- Trouble with movement: Whether shooting with the viewfinder or LCD, the T6i struggles to track moving subjects.
- No direct access to autofocus point selection: When shooting through the viewfinder, there’s no direct access to AF point selection. You have to first press a dedicated button, then use the dial or 4-way controller.
- Weak battery: The Rebel’s battery life number of 440 shots per charge is nearly half that of its closest DSLR competitor.
- Contrast Detect (sensor)
- Phase Detect
- Selective single-point
- Face Detection
- Live View