|170° viewing angle
|Viewfinder & Monitor
|up to 17mm Focal Length
|Automatic and manual selection, AI focus one-shot
|Still Image Features
|3:2 aspect ratio
|Long exposure noise reduction
|SD, SDHC or SDXC Card
|1 x Rechargeable Li-ion Battery LP-E8
|Scene intelligent auto, EOS integrated cleaning system
The Canon EOS 600D has an 18-megapixel camera. If you want to be a good photographer, you can take dazzling pictures with this 18 megapixel SLR. The camera has a native resolution of 5184 x 3456 and a pixel size of 1.5µm². TTL full-aperture metering with 63-zone SPC, approx 170° viewing angle. There is also a full HD mode that can capture 1080p of 30 / 25 or 24 frames per second, A 3.5mm microphone jack mic can be attached.
Canon is one of the most trusted names in the world of camera. In August 2003, Canon first introduced the world to "Digital Rebel". Since then, Canon has added new features to the range of Digital Rebel cameras, including the Canon EOS 600D. In 2011, Canon introduced the Rebel T3i / 600D, also known as the Kiss X5 in Japan.
The Canon 600D comes with a 3-inch LCD screen for automatic sensor cleaning. The resolution of the display is 1080p. One of the advantages of Rebel T3i is that you can see the live view of the picture on the LCD and you can flip out the installed LCD. The camera user can move it in any way and keep it conveniently. The flip out screen is great for those who want to take pictures as well as do some videography.
There are many people who want to take pictures as well as videography, keeping in mind that the Rebel T3i has been given the facility to record high definition video in this camera. You can record video at 1080P at 30 frames per second. It has a built-in flash. If you want, you can add an external mic jack separately for the convenience of audio recording. There are about 172 lenses available for this camera in the current market.
The 600D / Rebel T3I has won the title of Best Entry-Level DSLR at the Technical Image Press Association or "Tipa" Awards. The Canon 600D has been voted the best entry level DSLR by The European Imaging and Sound Association from 2011 to 2012.