Beginners’ DSLR Cameras – The Canon Rebel T3i is Worthy of Your Consideration
Pros: good battery life, Quick Start-up time, excellent image quality, Bright LCD, Solid Operation, Simple controls/menu, easy to use
Which Beginners DSLR Camera Is Right For You?
This review was posted by a happy owner on the Canon USA web site (see all of the Canon Rebel T3i):
I had been using a point and shoot camera sense 2007 it did a good job for taking snapshots at a close range but my son started competing in bodybuilding all so I have been becoming more enthusiastic about taking better pictures and my point and shoot had a lot of wash out when taking pictures of my son on stage so I did a lot of research on cameras trying to find what I would need to take good quality pictures and would last me into the future. I am very glad I chose this one it can be used just like a point and shoot which was what I’m use to using I was able to pick this camera up and take very good shots right away I found the menus on the camera to be easy to follow and understand I started with Basic shooting and I have been able to learn advance shooting I believe this is because I can understand the menu’s on the camera images I shoot of my son on stage are very good very clear. No washout. It’s my understanding many cameras can have a lot of noise when shooting at 1600 ISO or higher photos I take are pretty clean. so if you are using a cheaper camera and would like to have better quality camera I highly recommend this camera I believe it to be good if you are a beginner like me it is very simple to shoot you can work it just like a point and shoot if you are more advance in photography I believe it has the advanced features to meet your needs . I believe it’s good for both beginners and advanced shooters.