This classic DSLR brings nothing new to the bag.
Feels like a professional-grade DSLR
Pretty bulky for what this camera has to offer
Bare-minimum features that may be
Several better options for this type of entry-level camera.
Decent price for an entry-level DSLRs.
I owned the older version of the Canon Rebel T3 (1100D) in my tween years between the ancient Ae-1 (my personal favorite) and more modern professional photography gear. At the time (well over a decade ago), it was the perfect entry level camera for (D)SLRs and now the markets saturated with much better options. For the price, you can find better these days. And for only few dollars more, you can enter the professional realm. Woah.
Get it now for$322.99 - $389 from Amazon
reasons to travel with this
- Tons of interchangeable lens options (197)
- Great battery life (700 shots)
- Build in Autofocus motor (plus it Autofocuses with tons of lenses)
- Not heavy. 1.01192 lbs to be exact.
- Movie-shooting. 720p.
- Easy to find cheap if used.
- Manual Mode
things to consider
- Photos get noisy at mid-high ISO (755)
- Small viewfinder
- No 24p option for Movies (film look)
- No external mic jack for filming.
- No Image stabilization (Risk of blurry photos)
more features / specs
- 12.2 MegaPixels
- 2.7" in. Screen
- Movie Format: 720p @ 30fps
- Light sensitivity: 6,400 ISO
- Continual shooting is 3 fps