Canon T3i Digital Camera Review
Takes some great features from other Canon SLRs, but with few innovations of its own.
The Canon Rebel T3i (also known as the Canon 600D or Kiss X5 in certain parts of the world) enters the fray just beneath Canon's recently-released 60D, with the same articulated LCD, 18MP sensor, and integrated wireless strobe control. It's got a slimmer profile, less heft, and more beginner-friendly features—at a slightly lower price, too.
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