Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR:

The Review:

My first DSLR camera was the EOS Rebel T3. It takes nice pictures but was hard to master the shutter speeds and the time delay from flash to shot. I found it wasn’t the best for portraits or close ups on the artwork, as the focus was hard to master. This isn’t a beginners camera, in my opinion.

The T6 is vastly superior to the old model. Many of the user-originated issues are worked out and this one is more plug & play. It also has more pixels.

The added value with the T series can also be seen as a drawback for some, as it isn’t meant to be a fully automatic camera. You can get loads of added equipment to use this as a pro camera, or opt for one of Canon’s simpler digitals.

Canon has a well-deserved reputation of having top rated cameras. Most require play time to master it, and that time will be lessened by defining a clear idea of what you want to do with it, then jumping on YouTube for the multitude of How To videos.

If you want a smaller camera to carry around, try Canon EOS M10 Mirrorless Digital Camera



go small & powerful with the Canon PowerShot Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD & built in wifi.

I’ve used other brands, but Canon has always given me good value for the price.

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