Canon EOS Rebel T3i

Basic Specs

Camera type DSLR
Sensor size APS-C
Sensor type CMOS
Effective pixels 18 megapixels
Articulating / hinged screen Yes
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG
Supported media SD, SDHC, SDXC

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...

Alias 600D

Pricing (base kit)

SKU description Kit version with Canon's EF-S 18mm-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens, Kit version with Canon's EF-S 18mm-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens

Pricing (body only)

Price at launch 799.99 $


Camera type DSLR
Width 5.24 inches
Height 3.92 inches
Depth 3.14 inches
Weight 1.14 pounds
Color Black


Sensor size APS-C
Sensor type CMOS
Effective pixels 18 megapixels


Minimum ISO 100
Maximum ISO 12800
Fastest shutter speed (1/n seconds) 4000
Slowest shutter speed (n seconds) 30 seconds
Focus points 9
Max. continuous shooting speed 3.7 FPS


Size 3 inches
Resolution 1040000 dots
Articulating / hinged screen Yes
Built-in viewfinder Yes


Video capture Yes
Max. resolution 1080p
Standard framerate(s) 24, 25, 30, 50, 60


Supported video formats MPEG-4, H.264
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG


Interchangeable Yes, Yes
Supported mounts Canon EF, Canon EF-S, Canon EF, Canon EF-S
Focal length (wide) 18 mm, 0.71 mm
Focal length (telephoto) 55 mm, 5.31 mm
Widest aperture / f-stop 3.5, 3.5
Image stabilization Yes, Yes


Supported media SD, SDHC, SDXC


Built-in speaker Yes
Built-in microphone Yes
Microphone input Yes


Video out Yes
Connection(s) Accessory shoe, USB, HDMI mini


Model LP-E8
Removable Yes


Flash Yes (Built-in)

Bundled accessories

Bundled accessories AV Cable AVC-DC400ST

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  • 9.0
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    Reviewed by WQ (Currently owns)

    I've only had my Canon T3i for about a week but coming from a Canon point and shoot camera I'm really impressed. Before I purchased the T3i I always liked the idea of a DSLR but never really ended up purchasing one mainly for the fairly high cost until now when I finally decided I needed one for my blog.

    The software on the camera is really optimized for beginners since there is a fully automatic mode and then other modes for specific things. Some modes allow you to tweak specific things while other things are left automatic, and then finally there is a fully manual mode. The software is pretty easy for me to use but I've let some friends try the camera and they found it a bit confusing. And I have to agree that the button layout is a bit confusing on the camera but it didn't take me long to get used to it.

    Both pictures and videos turn out amazing even with the kit lens. And the large grip on the camera and the rotating display make it very easy to take pictures and videos at any angle. As far as aftermarket lenses go I don't have a whole lot of experience. I'm sure Canon has plenty of lenses that I can purchase but from what I hear overall Canon doesn't have the greatest lens ecosystem however since I'm not a professional photographer and instead a tech reviewer and blogger having the best lenses isn't the most important thing for me. I just need to get a good shot of the latest gadget and the Canon T3i does that well.

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