Like all amateur Canon SLR cameras, 750D is powered by a lithium-ion battery.
LP-E17 is installed, withstanding at least 440 cycles of recharging. The camera allows you to save energy by automatically turning off the power after a certain period (you can set its duration in the menu).
Printing via Wi-Fi.
The camera can send photos for printing via Wi-Fi. Direct printing on Canon/Pixma photo printers with PictBridge is supported.
Files are stored on SD, SDHC or SDXC (UHS-I) cards up to 64 GB in size.
Canon T6i shoots in JPEG and RAW of the second version, and video shooting is in MP4 at a resolution of up to 1920×1080 pixels.
… Full HD video shooting is possible with a frequency of up to 30 fps when using autofocus, as well as with auto or manual settings.
The Built-in Wi-Fi Feature
Canon EOS Rebel T6i, or 750D outside the Americas, is Canon’s budget entry-level DSLR with NFC and Wi-Fi connection.
(Internet technology and gadget fans will absolutely love this feature.)
Initially, it was the Nikon that started the era of budget SLRcameras with a built-in Wi-Fi, with their release of Nikon D5300 in late 2013.
Later, this initiative was intercepted by the updated D5500 model.
Therefore, the Wi-Fi feature in Rebel T6i is quite an expected and correct step to a brighter future.
By the way…
It can be argued that Canon did a better job here than Nikon.
Canon T6i Scene Modes & Creative Filters
It gets better:
When buying the first DSLR, amateur photographers are usually full of enthusiasm. Finally, after a point-and-shoot camera, you can play with the settings!
But in practice, preset Auto modes are used much more often than manual input of parameters.
Let’s agree that it’s much more interesting to concentrate on building a frame and strive to have time to take a shot of the elusive scene.
What do the developers of Canon EOS 750D offer in this regard?
In addition to the usual Scene modes like portraits, landscapes and sports, in this camera model there are also:
Handheld Night Scene,
HDR Backlight Control.
Besides the common Scene modes, there are also creative filter features such as:
Art bold effect
Water painting effect
Toy camera effect
You can transform an image into an art work with the water painting effect, apply the “fish eye” effect, create a miniature effect, or use the toy camera effect as if it were shooting tiny cities with tiny people in it.
There are also special modes of video shooting, which are amazing during your travels,while on a holiday, or when working on a reportage.
And by the way, photo processing can be performed directly on Canon EOS T6i, without using the “Photoshop” program.
So, yes, there is definitely to play with the camera settings!
Frequently Asked Questions
1) Which is better, Canon Rebel T6i or T7i?
Every camera has its own set of unique features, even those that are coming from the same brand just like T6i and T7i. Even though these are both entry-level DLSRs from Canon, a lot of beginners are quite confused as to which is the better model.
Let’s try breaking down the major differences between these two devices and decide for yourself.
An image processor does a lot of things to your camera. It’s the system responsible for noise reduction, colors, tones, and many other important aspect of image processing. And having a reliable image processor makes so much different in almost all types of DSLRs.
T6i being the older model, still uses Canon’s very own Digic 6 processor. Don’t get me wrong, this is a great image processor. However, there have been a lot of improvements to this and Digic 7 seems to be more powerful than ever. And as you may have already guessed by now, T7i uses the new and improved Digic 7, which explains why it has better image quality than the older sibling.
For this part, there’s something T6i doesn’t have which the newer T7i model has, and it’s a really helpful software upgrade for beginners. T7i now features “Guide Mode” to help newbies understand and learn how to shoot better pictures. It also helps beginners take decent pictures right off the bat.
Now, this one’s more complicated. There are a lot of factors to consider if you really want to determine which of the two Rebels is the better choice. But to make it a bit simpler, T6i has better price-quality ratio. It’s not surprising that it is cheaper than T7i, this being an older model. But the specs and features of T6i are still very good for beginners. So, it’s still a good deal.
2) Does T6i shoot 4K?
Unfortunately, T6i does not support 4k recording. This is really not surprising since not many entry-level (and low priced) DSLRs offer this feature. You usually find this in mid-range and professional cameras.
However, T6i allows full HD recording. You can record videos at 30 fps with 1080p resolution. That’s the highest you can get for this type of camera. If you want to shoot at 60 fps, the highest resolution you can have is at 720p. So there’s a little bit of compromise if you want faster frame rates.
3) What’s the best lens for T6i?
When it comes to lenses, there’s a bunch of options you can choose from. And in choosing one, you have to keep in mind that there are different types of lenses for different photography genres.
This is great for any type of photography, but most especially portraiture, low light photography and weddings. It has large aperture, which makes it capture as much light as possible. This makes it easier for beginners to shoot easily.
If you are fond of doing landscape photography, then this might be the best lens to pair up with your Canon Rebel T6i. It has excellent zoom capabilities allowing you to take better pictures of the beautiful sceneries around you.
Plus, it has Stepper Motor technology, Canon’s very own innovation responsible for quieter focus system. This is very helpful when taking videos.
This is a telephoto lens. It’s perfect if you want to photograph sports events, and even wildlife. It has amazing zoom capabilities that allow you to stay at a safe distance from your subjects while still being able to capture them clearly on your camera.
Also, this lens has aperture built for outdoor setting, so it will make your photos a whole lot better than other lenses (for wildlife and sports photography). The only downside is that this lens is only best for stationary subjects, but for starters, this is not so much of a problem.
This lens is quite special. It’s great for photographing subjects at a close-up range. Sample subjects could be flowers, bugs, products, and other things that needs to be seen up close.
This kind of lens produce sharp photos even if you position your camera extremely near the subject (cause this is what it’s made for). In fact when you use this type of lens, photographing at a distance would be hard. You’ll only have blurry photos in the end.
Canon Rebel T6i is a great budget SLR camera, with a new viewfinder and the ability to synchronize with a smartphone or tablet.
I will say more:
Not only the beginners, but also the enthusiast photographers, who have a certain level of experience, will enjoy this camera.
As it has been mentioned earlier, this DSLR will sure appeal for technology geeks and avid users of social media.
Thanks to the presence of NFC and Wi-Fi, you will be able to shoot and upload your photos to your social media page straight away.
(It’s also why on Digital World Beauty, I recommend T6i as one of the best budget cameras for Instagram and blog photos.)
Last but not least:
If you already have a similar model, like the Rebel T5i (700D) or Rebel T3i (600D), I wouldn’t recommend changing them to T6i (750D), because you won’t see any significant changes in terms of image quality. IMHO.
What about T6 vs T6i?
There aren’t a lot of huge changes between this two but if you can afford it I recommend choosing the T6i. It’s just a little bit better and offers such features like articulated touch-screen for an easy camera operation.
Moreover, based on my stats, my website visitors often returned the T6 back to Amazon. Opposite is true for the T6i bundle.
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