Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR Camera - Price, Specifications & Features - Techreviewbd.Com

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Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR Camera - EF-S 18-55mm  IS II Lens:-

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Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR Camera Specifications:-

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  • 18 megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor with a DIGIC 4 image processor
  • EF-S 18-55mm IS II standard zoom lens expands picture-taking possibilities
  • 3-inch LCD TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor for easy viewing and sharing. EOS 1080p full HD movie mode helps you capture brilliant results.
  • Features include continuous shooting up to 3fps, Scene Intelligent Auto mode, creative filers, built-in flash, and feature guide
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Image quality:-

The T5's photo quality ranks as typical for an entry-level DSLR; in this respect, all APS-C sensor-size cameras at this price deliver about the same image quality. It does seem to have a slightly narrower tonal range than other models; JPEG photos look good up to ISO 400, at which point you'll start to see blotchy blacks when the lighting gets low. That happens with the D3200, too, but in lower light.
While you can fix it a little bit if you shoot raw, there's very little detail there to be had. You can get sharper images by shooting raw starting at about ISO 400, though. Also, note that you probably won't be able to see the problem with the blacks when viewing it in a browser (as I discovered when trying to put an example together) or on a phone or tablet.

However, if you're not too picky, you'll probably be happy with the photos as high as ISO 3200 (though the quality will depend upon light and scene content). Beyond that, there's a lot of image noise and hot pixels -- those white dots you get in dark images.
Otherwise, colors look appealing at the default settings, but you can change them if you want something a little more accurate. The video quality is OK for casual, spur-of-the-moment recording, but there's a lot of image noise in low light.
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Performance

Is the camera fast enough for typical kids-'n'-pets photography? More or less: generally only if they're not moving really fast or really erratically, and if the light's not terribly dim. The much older Rebel T3i is about the same price and delivers identical single-shot speed and better burst performance. Same goes for the Nikon D3200.
It takes about half a second to power on, focus, and shoot; typical for Canon's low-end models and not as slow as mirrorless competitors, but still not terribly zippy. Inadequate light it's OK at 0.3-second, but in dim light, it's quite slow and in practice frequently has trouble focusing on anything other than complete autofocus where it uses all the autofocus points. But when you use all the points, you run the risk of it not focusing where you want.
It actually fares pretty well when it comes to a couple of consecutive shots, with only about 0.4-second lag between shots, either raw or JPEG (at 0.45-second, raw barely misses rounding down). The flash recycles reasonably quickly, with 0.8-second between flash shots.
While the camera can sustain a continuous-shooting rate of 3.1 frames per second for an effectively unlimited number of JPEG images but only 6 when shooting raw, the Servo AI mode (Canon's tracking autofocus, for focusing on moving subjects) and autofocus system delivers more misses than hits in a lot of situations.
Live View remains almost unusably slow, just like the old days. I did some casual performance testing, and it takes between 3.5 and 5 seconds to focus and shoot in Live View using the Flexible Spot autofocus; it's a little faster if you use Quick AF, but that mode works by starting with the mirror flipped up (so it can focus directly from the sensor) and is impractical to use all the time.

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