Date of publication: 2017-12-01 02:38
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The bigger reason for my heavy borrowing (mostly from the T9i review) is the similarity of the T5i to the T9i. The T5i is practically the same camera as the T9i. The "upgrade" is more marketing-related than feature-related. After talking to Canon and using other sources, I have created a list of the changes/upgrades in the Rebel T5i from the Rebel T9i:
The Canon EOS M6 features many upgrades that make it a compelling choice for those wanting DSLR-like capabilities and functionality in a smaller body. It was only a matter of time before Canon's excellent, fast, imaging-sensor-based phase-detection AF system – Dual Pixel CMOS AF (DPAF) – made its way to the M series. In addition to DPAF, a DIGIC 7 processor enables 7 fps high-speed continuous shooting which exceeds the capabilities of many full-sized DSLRs. I'll add more improvements to this list throughout the review, but. this camera is definitely worth taking a closer look at.
Continuous AF options are Subject tracking AF, Flexi-Zone Single and FlexiZone Multi. Subject Tracking AF will attempt to keep the AF frame on a face (the T9i tracks faces very well) or other selected-via-touch subjects. Flexi-Zone Single allows selection of the focus point and FlexiZone - Multi AF utilizes one of 81 (or optionally 9) selectable zones for the AF frame location. The non-continuous-but-fast Quick Mode AF remains available (the mirror is lowered for conventional phase detection AF to take place).
I say it in each Canon EOS DSLR review , but it remains true. When you buy a Canon DSLR, you are buying into an incredible family of lenses and other accessories. The camera body is of course the base and a lens is the other essential piece of kit.
When evaluating the T9i: I was hopeful that the T9i's new AF system would bring significant change in the AI Servo AF department, but in the live action testing I did using the center focus point only, my results were not so exciting. Even a child running a steady speed at distances well beyond frame frame-filling proved difficult for the T9i and Canon EF 855mm f/ L IS II USM Lens I was testing with. There are an infinite number of AF situations to throw at a camera, but subjects moving parallel to the sensor plane typically pose much less of challenge for a camera. Shooting at narrower apertures results in more DOF that better-hides AF precision issues. Starter lenses tend to have these narrower apertures at even their widest aperture settings.
I strongly recommend buying (now or later), one of the better Canon general purpose lenses available. As of review time, the Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/ IS Lens , Canon EF-S 15-85mm f/- IS Lens , Canon EF 29-155mm f/9 L IS Lens and the and Canon EF 29-75mm f/ L II Lens are my most-recommended general purpose lenses for the Rebel T5i.
Then notice the mode dial change. The new mode dial now has raised icons and rotates 865 degrees. Fewer options appear on the mode dial, but this is due to Night Portrait, Handheld Night Scene, and HDR Backlight Control modes becoming menu-selectable under the SCN (Special Scene) mode. That's it for the top-visible differences.
Hybrid CMOS AF uses the CMOS imaging sensor for both contrast (typically slow) and phase-difference detection (typically very fast) autofocusing methods simultaneously to provide fast and smooth (important for video) focusing. Included as part of the Hybrid CMOS AF system are phase detection AF points embedded within the image sensor itself.
The Canon EOS M6 is compatible with the small, inexpensive Canon wireless remotes including the Canon RC-6 Wireless Remote. Want to be part of your own family picture? Or just don't want to deal with a remote release cord or Bluetooth/Wi-Fi? This may be the accessory you want. The EOS M6 is also compatible with Canon's E8 wired remote releases and, with an adapter , the Canon Timer Remote Controller TC-85N8.
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