Canon EOS 700D Rebel T5i
Newgen kit lens is great to work with, Touchscreen is very responsive, 360degree titltable screen.
Excellent image quality, 9 crosstype AF points, Stereo microphones, Builtin touchscreen, Multishot modes, Improved kit lens, Even more affordable.
Takes fantastic photos, Flipout touchscreen, New videofriendly kit lens
Good still and video image quality, 5 fps continuous shooting rate, Quick write speed with appropriately high performance memory media, Light and compact
Fast to start and shoot. Sharp, articulated touchscreen LCD. Compact. Nearly silent video autofocus when used with STM lenses. 4fps shooting. Good image detail at high ISOs. Fast autofocus.
The Canon EOS Rebel T5i retains the great articulated touch-screen implementation that's optimized for video, and delivers the same excellent photo quality and solid video as its predecessor. Plus the performance is slightly improved.
Responsive and wellimplemented touchscreen; Light body; Fast AF system; Effective Auto Lighting Optimizer; Noise control; good video capture
Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient, High image quality with good balance between detail and noise reduction in JPEG output, Good subject tracking AF in viewfinder shooting mode (compared to mirrorless competition), 5 fps w
Lens takes time to focus in video mode, Optimisation issues, Not too much difference over its predecessor, Expensive
Littlechanged from the earlier T4i, Slow Live View and video autofocus, High ISO performance is unimproved, Belowaverage battery life, No dedicated AF illuminator
Only minor upgrade over 650D
Lacks weather sealing of one direct competitor, 95% viewfinder coverage makes precise image framing problematic, Seems to clip highlights a bit more than competition
Small pentamirror viewfinder. Very limited burst shooting in Raw mode. Video autofocus is choppy with nonSTM lenses
The phase-detection autofocus system is feeling its age and competitors have caught up with the Live View performance. The tiny autofocus points in the viewfinder also remain annoying to use, and the feature set remains lackluster.
Can feel a little plasticky in places; Not suited to action photography with limited AF points for tracking and a small buffer
Slow 'hybrid AF' performance in live view and video modes (compared to mirrorless competition), Slightly higher noise levels than its peers, Default dynamic range lags a bit behind its peers, Using flash with Auto ISO enabled results in ISO 400 ev
By Digital Trends on December 24, 2013
Recommending the T5i for still photography is a no-brainer. It's easy to use, takes quality images and has enough technical headroom so you can spread your creative wings if you care to. Movie quality is just OK, however; perhaps we've been...90
By Digital Photography Review on November 27, 2013
Despite the emergence of mirrorless cameras, the market is still dominated by conventional DSLRs. Several companies make excellent SLRs to help consumers get better quality pictures for under $1,000. Image quality in the category is generally very...-
By reviewed.com on November 26, 2013
The Canon EOS Rebel T5i is a decent camera. I wouldn't go so far as to say it's a good value, but it's a known quantity: It's a T4i with a new mode dial. The Rebel line of DSLRs has offered a consistent level of quality that—while...78
By Pocket-lint on October 29, 2013
The Canon EOS 700D doesn't break new ground for this class of camera, nor is it a huge change from the 650D before it. If you own the previous camera, there's little reason to upgrade: it should be the excellent 70D that you set your sights...80
By 5FWD on October 15, 2013
The Canon EOS 700D is a brilliant piece of kit: along with its 18-megapixel sensor, it boasts a quiet focusing lens, an easy-to-use touchscreen, a simple button layout and supreme video skills, but is it too much of a good thing? Watch it in our video...100
By TechTree on October 09, 2013
The Canon EOS 700D with the brilliant new 18-135 mm lens is a delight to handle, save for the processing issues. Thanks to the built-in mic, auto-tracking features, stereo speakers, tiltable screen, and Full HD video support you can make short feature...60
By Steves Digicams on September 27, 2013
By Kyle Schurman Canon's well-known EOS Rebel line of cameras consistently has been among the leaders in the entry-level DSLR market, as the Rebel's mix of user-friendly options and high-quality photography features work well for those who are...-
By camerastuffreviewcom on September 27, 2013
Within a year after the Canon 650Dwas introduced, Canon hadalready brought its successor, the Canon 700D, to market. In many ways, the Canon 700D is equal to its predecessor. And that's not even that bad, because the Canon 650D was/is an attractive...68
By The Imaging Resource on September 03, 2013
There's a new kit lens, real-time viewing of creative filter effects, an improved Mode dial and a revamped rubber grip. All of which might not sound like enough to warrant a brand new model name -- especially the rubber grip part -- but it's...90
By Stuff.tv on August 22, 2013
The limited new features of the 700D mean that as an upgrade it's almost pointless. If you own a 650D the only real difference is the lens, and that's available on its own anyway (albeit for £200). Indeed, if you currently use a 600D or...100