Canon EOS T3i / 600D in Stock!

The latest Canon DSLR camera, EOS Rebel T3i/600D, announced in February of this year is finally in stock!

This entry-level HDSLR has really great features, especially if you are interested in the movie/video capturing capabilities, or if you are new to the DSLR world.

Please check these links:


Some of the main features include:

  • SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Slot
  • 18MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
  • DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor
  • 3.0″ Clear View Vari-Angle LCD
  • 100-6400 ISO
  • Full HD Movie Mode w/ Manual Exposure
  • Compatible with Canon EF and EF-S Lenses
  • 3.7 Frames/Second Continuous Shooting
  • 63 Zone Dual-Layer Metering / 9-Point AF
  • Intelligent Auto Mode
  • x3 to x10 Zoom in Full HD (exclusive new feature)

and more…

CANON EOS 60D vs. T3i/600D

We don’t like to just post about a new camera being in stock.

Instead, we place ourselves in the reader’s perspective and potential customer who may be considering to buy a Canon DSLR camera. So, keeping this in mind and the similar specifications and prices, we cannot avoid making some comments comparing the EOS 60D vs. EOS T3i/600D, especially since they currently have a very small difference in price.

These are some differences between them, besides the lens kit option, that you should consider if you plan to buy one of these cameras. Please check the comparison below:


EOS T3i/600D


Articulated LCD screen



Top LCD panel



“C” custom mode in the main dial


Yes (only 1)

Can set White Balance in Kelvin



Manual Audio Gain capability



Continuous shooting rate



3x to x10 Zoom in Full HD



Ability to remotely control flashguns



Same battery (LP-E6) than 5D Mark II & 7D



Current price of camera body only


$899 (*)

(*) Note: There is currently an instant rebate for EOS 60D. It also includes instant rebates on many lenses when purchased with the camera. Offer ends 03/19/2011.

Please check these links: EOS 60D body only and EOS 60D camera Kit with Canon EF-S 18-135mm lens.

Both cameras have APS-C 18MP sensor and accept Canon EF-S and EF lenses.

Of course: there are LOT of other differences and similarities, we just mentioned some of them that may be important for some people. If you want to take a deeper look you should check their full specifications and features on their manuals.


We strongly suggest to take a good look at each user guide/instruction manual before taking a final decision:

To see more information, pictures and specifications of the Canon 60D click here.


Below you can see how the buttons layout and rear side is in the Canon EOS T3i/600D:


The new Canon T3i/600D is a great entry-level camera, with LOT of features not ever found on that level of DSLR cameras before. It’s smaller and lighter than the EOS 60D, making it more suitable to carry while traveling on vacation, casual shooting and many other situations that can be for serious purposes.

Digital Zoom 3 – 10x

There is also a VERY interesting new feature in the T3i/600D that no other camera have: Digital Zoom 3x – 10x (and everything in between), which is capable of recording video in Full HD. According to some users’ tests, zooming in up to 5x still stays pretty sharp, further than that it gets soft. It’s a feature available for video, not for stills.

We have been requesting this feature via Firmware Update since VERY long ago. Just check the List of Fixes & Improvements.

So take a good look before buying. Some research before buying is always good! It’s worth the time.

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