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Yes, great camera easy to use, everything is right on screen to tell you what it is for
By trish on May 29, 2013
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I wouldn't buy DSLR's from Amazon. In fact, there is really no reason to buy a DSLR new if you want to save money; DSLR's can last a really long time. I got a T3i for $400 with a kit and 50mm lens on eBay. I recommend checking out eBay for some really good deals on Canon DSLR's.
By Andre on November 27, 2016
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Should be all the standard components except the lens:
EOS Rebel T3i Body
Eyecup Ef (not shown) … see more
Should be all the standard components except the lens:
EOS Rebel T3i Body
Eyecup Ef (not shown)
Wide Strap EW-100DBIII
USB Interface Cable IFC-130U
AV Cable AVC-DC400ST
Battery Pack LP-E8
Battery Charger LC-E8E
EOS Digital Solution Disk and Instruction Manuals "Great Photography is Easy" Booklet and "Do More with Macro" Booklet (not shown) see less
Should be all the standard components except the lens:
EOS Rebel T3i Body
Eyecup Ef (not shown)
Wide Strap EW-100DBIII
USB Interface Cable IFC-130U
AV Cable AVC-DC400ST
Battery Pack LP-E8
Battery Charger LC-E8E
EOS Digital Solution Disk and Instruction Manuals "Great Photography is Easy" Booklet and "Do More with Macro" Booklet (not shown)

By Technology Guy on July 25, 2012
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There are "no flash" modes available. By default the P/AV/TV/M modes don't bring up the flash. In the scene modes there should be a "no flash" mode and I also believe auto-flash is disable is sport and landscape modes. When it comes to a "silent shutter" you can disable the annoying BEEP that many digital cameras ha… see more There are "no flash" modes available. By default the P/AV/TV/M modes don't bring up the flash. In the scene modes there should be a "no flash" mode and I also believe auto-flash is disable is sport and landscape modes. When it comes to a "silent shutter" you can disable the annoying BEEP that many digital cameras have but you'll still hear the actual shutter go off. I know the Canon 60D has "silent shutter" modes that actually reduces the noise produced by the shutter but I don't believe it filters down to this level. I can't say I own this camera but I own the ones on either side of it (T3 and 60D) before the T4i came out. see less There are "no flash" modes available. By default the P/AV/TV/M modes don't bring up the flash. In the scene modes there should be a "no flash" mode and I also believe auto-flash is disable is sport and landscape modes. When it comes to a "silent shutter" you can disable the annoying BEEP that many digital cameras have but you'll still hear the actual shutter go off. I know the Canon 60D has "silent shutter" modes that actually reduces the noise produced by the shutter but I don't believe it filters down to this level. I can't say I own this camera but I own the ones on either side of it (T3 and 60D) before the T4i came out.
By S. Owens on June 1, 2014
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The T3i is a better camera with more features and a better, more modern sensor. The T3 is a budget model which uses older generation technology and leaves out a number of features. Plus the 75-300mm lens isn't very good -- you'd be better off with the 55-250mm IS lens which has IS Image Stabilization useful for fightin… see more The T3i is a better camera with more features and a better, more modern sensor. The T3 is a budget model which uses older generation technology and leaves out a number of features. Plus the 75-300mm lens isn't very good -- you'd be better off with the 55-250mm IS lens which has IS Image Stabilization useful for fighting blurring. see less The T3i is a better camera with more features and a better, more modern sensor. The T3 is a budget model which uses older generation technology and leaves out a number of features. Plus the 75-300mm lens isn't very good -- you'd be better off with the 55-250mm IS lens which has IS Image Stabilization useful for fighting blurring.
By Technology Guy on May 18, 2014
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I would tend to recommend not relying on the internal flash for this kind of thing but instead to consider an external flash like the Canon Speedlite 430EX II. In poor light, the internal flash uses bright pulses of light to provide enough light for the focusing system to work properly but these light pulses can be ext… see more I would tend to recommend not relying on the internal flash for this kind of thing but instead to consider an external flash like the Canon Speedlite 430EX II. In poor light, the internal flash uses bright pulses of light to provide enough light for the focusing system to work properly but these light pulses can be extremely distracting for your subject. The external flash uses a much less intrusive red focusing beam. Light from the 430EX can also be bounced from a white wall or ceiling in order to create a much softer and much more flattering quality of light. Also, the 430EX recharges much faster for the next shot, has greater range and doesn't eat up your camera's batteries. see less I would tend to recommend not relying on the internal flash for this kind of thing but instead to consider an external flash like the Canon Speedlite 430EX II. In poor light, the internal flash uses bright pulses of light to provide enough light for the focusing system to work properly but these light pulses can be extremely distracting for your subject. The external flash uses a much less intrusive red focusing beam. Light from the 430EX can also be bounced from a white wall or ceiling in order to create a much softer and much more flattering quality of light. Also, the 430EX recharges much faster for the next shot, has greater range and doesn't eat up your camera's batteries.
By Technology Guy on March 17, 2014
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For photography I think both are almost the same.
But in the video subjet, the T3i is way better. In the the video mode you can control ISO, Speed, Aperture... In the T3 you can't just auto mode.
If you you want to save some money and just take pictures and video in auto mode. Go for the T3... If money isnt a issue g… see more
For photography I think both are almost the same.
But in the video subjet, the T3i is way better. In the the video mode you can control ISO, Speed, Aperture... In the T3 you can't just auto mode.
If you you want to save some money and just take pictures and video in auto mode. Go for the T3... If money isnt a issue go for the t3i for sure. see less
For photography I think both are almost the same.
But in the video subjet, the T3i is way better. In the the video mode you can control ISO, Speed, Aperture... In the T3 you can't just auto mode.
If you you want to save some money and just take pictures and video in auto mode. Go for the T3... If money isnt a issue go for the t3i for sure.

By Video Production Co. on December 9, 2013
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I put the card in my macbook pro all the time. Much easier than fumbling with a wire
By C. Schweitzer on February 27, 2013
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Yes this is still a very good camera. I'd buy it again if I needed to.
By GnomeEd on July 5, 2014
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Yes it does.
By M. Mullany on October 30, 2014