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Canon EOS Rebel SL1 18MP Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens

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  • Photo Effects: Standard, Custom, Auto
  • Media Card Compatibility: Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) Card, Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card
  • View Finder Type: LCD
  • Accessories Included: Electronics Product: Warranty Card, Instruction Manual, Neck Strap, Battery Charger, Battery, 18-55mm Lens
  • Video Modes: HD
  • Required Not Included: SD Memory Card
  • White Balance Modes: Custom, Preset, Auto
  • Playback Modes: Single Image Playback
  • ISO Equivalent: 12800
  • Features Camera Flash: Built-In Flash, Red-Eye Reduction, Auto On/Off
  • Features Camera Lens: Standard Zoom, Image Stabilization
  • Product Width: 4.600
  • Product Weight: 13.060
  • Product Height: 3.570
  • Image Sensor Type: CMOS Sensor
  • Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Megapixels: 18.000
  • Features Camera: HD Still Capture, Optical Image Stabilization, Automatic Shut-Off, Face Detection Technology, Automatic Image Sensor Cleaning, Manual Focus, Self Timer
  • Image Resolution: Up to 5184 x 3456
  • Camera Lens Compatibility: Canon EF Lenses
  • Computer Platform Compatibility: Windows
  • Product Thickness: 2.740
  • Wired Standard: PictBridge
  • Display Indicators: Histogram, Battery Level
  • Shutter Speeds: 30 - 1/4000 sec.
  • Visual Playback File Format: RAW, MPEG 4, MOV, JPEG, DPOF
  • Top Continuous Shooting Speed: 4 fps
  • Power Source: Battery-powered
  • CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: no_warning_applicable
  • Still Shot Modes: Blur Reduction
  • Features Image Editing: Mirror, Monochrome Effects, Date Time Imprinting
  • Software Included: EOS Digital Solution Disk
  • Optical Zoom: 0.000
  • Operational Modes: Close-Up
  • Display Size: 3.000
  • Features Electronic Display: Brightness Adjustment, Touch Screen, Color TFT-LCD Screen
  • Wide Angle Lens Aperture Range: f/3.5 - f/5.6
  • Output Type: Mini HDMI, USB
Canon EOS Rebel SL1 18MP Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens is rated 4.7632 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have To Like It Even When I Don't Want To I bought this camera (in WHITE) and am having a blast with it. Using an M42 adapter for lenses that stretch this camera, I am happy with results. They aren't amazing, but they are more than adequate. It's a fun, attractive camera that has tons of versatility. I never thought I would own a Canon Rebel but the price was excellent and it came with two lenses. I picked up the 40mm pancake also but haven't had time to explore it much. Nice camera!
Date published: 2015-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy this camera! Purchased this camera to replace a ten year old Rebel XT. The old DSLR menus drove me crazy and I had stopped shooting over the last few years. The SL1 is defintitely the bee's knees! I'm 6 ft tall with medium sized hands and this camera fits comfortably into my grip. The kit lens is superb for a zoom and only bettered, IMO, by my Canon 50mm prime lens - and not by much at that! I fully agree with the reviews which state the SL1 is capable of image quality equal to (m)any Canon consumer level DSLR. I'm simply knocked out by the shots this camera/lens combo can provide for such a low price. Once you've gone over the owner's manual, there's nothing I can imagine seriously needing that isn't here in the functionality of the SL1. I see no reason to move up in price to the T5i unless you really, really either find the SL1 too compact for large hands or you just feel you absolutely need a bigger DSLR to look more like a real photographer. The SL1 will do everything that's important to taking a good photograph that the T5i will do, IMO, with one exception. I also have a Canon SX50 superzoom which simply beats the socks off the competition when it comes to close up/macro work. The articulating LCD on the SX50 makes getting close ups of close to the ground or above my head shots quite a simple matter. The LCD of the SL1 is fixed, which means I have to get down farther or go up higher to take some shots. Still, for the price difference between the SL1 and the T5i, I wouldn't have paid the extra just for the articulated screen. I've cleared out a lot of lenses and accessories from my DSLR's bag and can now carry the SL1 AND the SX50 in one kit and not have any shot missed. I learned photography on a Canon way back in the 1970's and have stayed with Canon ever since. I prefer an optical viewfinder over the lower rez EVF's and the SL1's is superb! So tit for tat, the SL1 still beats out my other choices. The SL1 works perfectly with my older Canon lenses and, if you aren't getting an EF lens to perform well on the SL1, I'd say you've misread the instructions or your lens has gone kaflooey. The APS-C sensor and DIGIC 5 processor work wonderfully well together. You'd really have to have a very specific reason to not like this combination IMO. I'm not much on constantly swapping for the latest technology and I expect the SL1 will be with me for many, many creative years of shooting. This is, IMO, THE value leader in consumer level DSLR's and even if something new comes along, I'll probably be too old at that point to actually notice an incrementatl improvement in image quality. GET THIS CAMERA and stop sweating over what to buy. Go out and start shooting, the SL1 will not disappoint.
Date published: 2015-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome camera Great camera. Lightweight, easy to use, and great image quality. I love it.
Date published: 2015-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Live view mode This is my first DSLR and it is somewhat more difficult to figure out all the camera can, and can't do. I was not accustom to using the view finder. I like the live view mode better; but was disappointed that all the options are not available using this shooting mode. Canon also warns of the camera over heating and going into auto shutoff if using live view shooting mode for extended shooting. Then you have to wait for the camera to cool down before resuming shooting in live view mode. This is the only negative that I have found thus far.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The perfect DSLR? Moving up from a Canon point-and-shoot camera, I looked at a number of DSLR's before choosing the SL-1. I am really pleased that it takes great pictures even in poor conditions. Also important is that it's small and light. The two other things that I think are important is that you can treat it like a point-and-shoot if you want. Take off the lens cap, flip the switch to turn it on (it's the switch labeled On and Off), hit the camera button to turn on the LED screen, and push the button to take the picture. The other thing is that are no buttons or whatever on the side of the camera where you would normally hold it.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Clear Choice! The Rebel SL1 is an exceptional APS-C camera. I purchased the body only version and use it with upgrade EF and EF-S lenses. It does exactly what you need it to do without all the unnecessary bells and whistles commonly found are more expensive models. My only recommendation on this camera is to always have an extra battery on hand. The wonderfully small size comes at a price. I'm not going to get in to many specifics in this review. Most of my comments are personal opinion although I must brag about one particular feature. Rebel models have a dedicated AV (+/-) exposure bias button easily accessible on the back of the camera. I can't imagine not having that button on the back. I don't understand for the life of me why supposed "advanced" camera models omit this feature. Being able to quickly and easily manually bracket exposure is so important. Getting it right in the field is always the best way to go. The supposed "advanced" models require two additional steps while fumbling through the internal menus to adjust exposure bias. Upgrade Rebel cameras are well designed and beautifully user friendly for advanced shooters. I am so tired of reading negative comments from online technical reviewers referring to Rebel cameras as entry level. Are you people serious?! There is no such thing as an entry level DSLR. They are all capable of capturing amazing photos in the hands of experienced users. For me when it comes to APS-C Canon camera models, upgrade Rebels are the clear choice. The more I learn about advanced photography, the more I believe this. Much of what is fed to us online is hype. Use your Rebel with pride! They rock!!
Date published: 2015-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10 The Best Cameras on the Market! The Best Price and very Professional.
Date published: 2015-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Camera! I got this camera to get started on photography. Before this, I used a vixia camcorder. It began to break down, and I was worried this couldn't replace it....I was wrong. I am stunned by the video quality. Also, just using 2 megapixels, images are insanely sharp. I was worried that this wouldn't be as good as the t5i....but it meets all of my standards. Also, battery life is extremely long, which I need for shooting. Canon-great job on this camera! Who knew so much could fit inside such a little thing?
Date published: 2014-12-19
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