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Saturday 21 October 2017

Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit Full Review

Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit with EF-S 18-55mm and EF 75-300mm Zoom Lenses 


  1. 18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) image sensor and high-performance DIGIC 4+ Image Processor for excellent speed and quality.
  2. ISO 100-6400 (expandable to H: 12800) for shooting from bright light to low light.
  3. Built-in Wi-Fi* and NFC** connectivity provide easy sharing to compatible smart devices, select social media sites and the Canon Connect Station CS100 device.
  4. 9‐point AF system (including one center cross‐type AF point) and AI Servo AF provide impressive autofocus performance with accurate results.
  5. High-performance Optical Viewfinder helps facilitate quick and accurate focusing by firmly framing and capturing the subject at hand.

Technical Details

Auto Focus Technology
·         Automatic
·         Manual
Autofocus Points
Compatible Devices
·         Canon Lenses
·         EF-S Lenses
Compatible Mountings
·         Canon EF
·         Canon EF-S
Continuous Shooting Speed
3 fps
Digital Zoom
Display Size
3 inches
Exposure Control Type
·         manual-and-automatic
·         automatic
·         manual
External Memory Included
Flash Memory Type
Flash Modes Description
·         auto
·         fill
·         red eye reduction
Flash Type
Focus Description
autofocus self-illumination light
Focus Type
Form Factor
ISO Range
100 to 12800
Image Stabilization
Image Stabilization
Image types
·         RAW
·         JPEG
Included Components
·         EOS Rebel T6 Body
·         EF-S18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS II
·         EF 75-300mm 1:4-5.6 III
·         EOS Shoulder Bag 100ES
·         Eyecup Ef
·         Camera Cover R-F-3
·         Neck Strap EW-400D
·         Battery Charger LC-E10
·         Battery Pack LP-E10
·         Battery Cover
·         Interface Cable IFC-130U
·         Lens Cap E-58II
·         Lens Dust Cap E
·         Camera/Wifi Instruction Manual Basic
·         Kit Warranty Card
·         Macro Booklet
·         Leaflet of Digital Learning Center website/Registration
·         Flash Booklet
Item Dimensions
11.4 x 13.3 x 8.4 inches
Item Weight
4 pounds
Lens Type
Lithium Battery Energy Content
6.3 Watt Hours
Lithium Battery Weight
10 grams
Manufacturer Warranty Description
·         1 year coverage for parts
·         1 year coverage for labor
Maximum Aperture
Maximum Focal Length
300 mm
Maximum Shutter Speed
00000030.0000 seconds
Minimum Aperture


If you're shopping for a camera that will give you much better image quality than your smartphone, but you're on a very tight budget, we have some good news for you. The Canon Rebel T6 is here, and it takes one of the most popular cameras in recent years, then tweaks the design to make it much easier to get your photos onto your phone.

The Canon T6 shares a whole lot with its well-received predecessor. Its smooth, polycarbonate body is nearly identical to that of the Rebel T5, and remains both friendly and approachable. (It's also pretty similar to that of the previous-generation Rebel T3. If you're considering an upgrade from that camera, you'll find yourself almost immediately at home with the T6.)

On the inside, the Canon T6 also sports pretty much exactly the same imaging pipeline as its nearest predecessor. With a resolution of 18 megapixels from a roomy APS-C sized image sensor, the T6 might lag more expensive cameras in terms of resolution, but it arguably provides more than enough for the entry-level shooters at whom this model is aimed. Sensitivity ranges from ISO 100 to 6400 equivalents, and can be expanded to a maximum of ISO 12,800-equivalent, which again should be plenty for the needs of most entry-level shooters (and far beyond what your cameraphone will manage).

If you're planning on shooting sports, kids or other very active subjects, however, you may want to look at a more fully-featured camera instead. With a continuous shooting speed of just three frames per second, the Canon T6's relatively modest burst-capture rate may leave you waiting and missing photo opportunities, especially if you're a raw shooter. You'll manage just five or six raw frames before the T6's buffer fills, although in JPEG mode the new DIGIC 4+ image processor now allows an unlimited burst depth, according to Canon. (This is may well be true for typical scenes, but in the lab with a difficult to compress scene, the Canon T6 slowed down after 15 best quality JPEG frames versus 12 JPEGs for the T5. See our Performance page for more details.)

Compared to its predecessor, the Canon Rebel T6 now sports a higher-resolution LCD monitor. If you shoot in live view mode, that should prove handy when you want to focus manually, with the crisper display making it easier to tell precisely where the sharpest point in the image is located. And of course, the higher resolution will also make for a more satisfying experience when reviewing the photos you've already captured.

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