This Canon EOS REBEl T6 is a great camera for first time users. Built around an 18MP APS-C sensor, the Rebel T6 offers WI-FI with NFC for easy photo sharing.
As per Rebel tradition, the T6 packages up some tech borrowed from previous-generation higher end models. It offers a
9-point AF module, 1080/30p video and built-in Wi-Fi with NFC. Battery life is a very respectable 500 shots per charge, putting it near the top of its class in that respect. For this awesome $500 price tag with lens you can't go wrong with the T6. In short, with the T6, Canon has gathered up various components it had lying around on the shelf from Rebels past and put them together in an aggressively priced bundle. Smart business move for Canon.


​Key Features of the Canon Rebel T6:
  • Wi-Fi with NFC
  • point autofocus system
  • 1080/30p video capture
  • 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor
  • ISO 100-6400, expandable to 12800
  • 3 fps burst shooting
Its a known fact that the inexpensive Rebel T6 is mainly made of plastic, making the camera very light. It's possible to carry it around on your shoulder all day and not regret the day you ever purchased it. That said, This camera may not survive if you accidentally drop it on any hard surface.
Canon keeps it simple with its entry-level class. The camera's Quick Control menu is large and easy-to-read even in sunny conditions. For those who'd rather hand off most decisions to the camera, full auto modes pare options way back to the most basic. In more advanced modes, a single control dial on the camera's shoulder and the Av+/- button are used to control shutter speed, aperture value and exposure compensation. Beginners likely won't be intimidated moving into Program mode, and advanced users can quickly change most core settings.
 This DSLR Canon T6 offers a real live optical viewfinder for image composition. Plenty of photographers prefer the experience of an optical viewfinder over composing on a camera's LCD or an EVF, and the T6's viewfinder does just fine. The T6 falls short of a 100% view so you might be asking yourself how those little distracting details crept into the edges of your photo, but that's just the price you pay for a low-cost camera, not many entry-level DSLRs offer such luxuries as a 100% OVF.  The T6 does offer Live View shooting via the rear screen, however you may want to avoid that for a couple of reasons. Autofocus is fairly slow and the camera's interface isn't well optimized for shooting using the screen, you will also  find your battery drains a lot faster while using Live View Shooting.  

Autofocus:
The T6 offers a 9-point AF system which is now several generations old. It is still reliable, So if your using a smartphone camera to take pictures, then it's time to upgrade.  The T6 slows down in low light, It continues to focus on moving subjects, but this can be improved. Live view focusing speeds are downright slow across the board. AF point selection is a single button press away, with limited AF coverage, you'll probably resort to just using the center point. It offers the superior touch-to-focus capability, face detection, 20x incredible focus points and live view shooting, almost as easy to use as any smartphone camera.
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​Image quality:

In good lighting, the Canon Rebel T6 takes awesome pictures, But the images get a little poor in low light, skin tones tend to be a bit green as well, but its not a serious issue as it can be photoshopped using other software. The picture quality is good compared to other cameras in this range. The T6 comes with a cheap lens kit so you should not expect much in extras from this camera. The metering system of the T6 is well utilized for better picture clarity. By adding a lens with a wider aperture the T6 user can easily make more of there camera capability.  

Wi-Fi:
The Canon T6's Wi-Fi connectivity can be used to transfer images from the camera to any smartphone or compatible device, you can also operate the camera remotely from your smartphone. You can use this feature by installing the Canon Camera App which supports almost every IOS and Android smartphone. The T6 also offers NFC as a means of connecting quickly, but that function only works with Android NFC-enabled phones at the moment. IPhone users like myself are out of luck.

Video:
The display is somewhat different in this model. It comes with an LCD display of about 3-inch, 920k-dot unit. The wide display will make your photos and videos viewing even more interesting. The sensitivity is ISO100-6,400 which can be expanded to 12,800. The ISO sensitivity is not commendable when compared to the competing cameras. The latest T6 allows you to record videos at Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and you can also manually handle videos with 30, 25 and 24fps frame rates possible. The camera doesn’t have 4K video recording feature, which might be a weak point. However, particularly for JPEG photography, the T6 offers very good image quality.


Pros:             

  • Simple control layout
  • Lightweight camera body
  • Wi-Fi and NFC for quick photo sharing
  • Affordable price tag 
  • Good battery life
Cons:
  • 18MP resolution
  • Limited high ISO range
  • Slow live view autofocus
  • No touch screen support
  • Poor quality lens kit
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Conclusion:
The Canon EOS Rebel T6  is affordable and takes awesome pictures. So if you want to buy your first ever DSLR camera, the Canon EOS Rebel T6 is one of the best cameras for a beginner.  If your mind is made up on something shaped like a DSLR and you're looking for a bargain with built-in Wi-Fi then this camera is your ticket. Check Amazon for pricing.
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