Canon EOS Rebel T5i With EF-S 18-55 IS STM Lens - special order

Canon EOS Rebel T5i DSLR Camera, 18MP, 3.0" Touchscreen LCD, Full HD 1080 Video, Body Only

Canon EOS Rebel T5i EF-S 18-55 IS STM Kit

$337.74
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  • TAG : Canon EOS Rebel T5i / 700D HD Digital SLR
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  • Canon has announced the new entry-level DSLR, here are a full specs comparison of Canon Rebel T5, Canon Rebel T3, Canon Rebel SL1, and Canon Rebel T5i.

    With its ease of use and powerful features, the Canon EOS Rebel T5i is a good choice for those looking to graduate to their first compact digital SLR—particularly if they want to shoot to video.

  • Canon’s Rebel series of DSLR cameras has been extremely popular for years, and the Rebel T5i is the second latest version to hit the market (the Rebel T6i was released last year). This camera is great for beginners with easy-to-use functionality and produces impressive stills and videos. Compared to the older Canon T4i, the biggest upgrade is to the new 18-55mm STM kit lens, which has continuous live autofocus for smooth and silent video (the old kit lens has a tendency to hunt). Below are our picks for the best lenses for the Canon Rebel T5i, from the kit lenses to wide-angle and telephoto zoom.

    Again, the Canon Rebel T5i is a great camera. It’s just isn’t different enough from the past couple generations of Canon Rebels to be inspiring.

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Canon EOS Rebel T5i / 700D Announcement

The Canon Rebel T5i was always going to be a controversial camera. With so little changed, you can understand why photographers would react with some confusion. Seen in light of the handgrip issues Canon faced with its earlier T4i -- which the company was quick to fix, we might add -- the followup makes sense as a relatively straightforward rebranding, however. That Canon also took the opportunity to swap the 18-55mm kit lens for a newer STM variant is good news.