The first thing you need to remember before buying a DSLR camera that is much less is: will you buy not just the camera. Camera performance is strongly influenced by the lens, and can be assisted by a large range of accessories. Because of the many people who ask questions about where the camera needs to be purchased, but this topic is not a simple topic that can be answered with one or even two paragraphs only, then we’d decided to make an example of a pretty phenomenal comparison between Canon SL1 vs T6i.
Actually, Canon SL1 has the other name like Canon EOS 100D, while other related article is Canon SL1 vs M3. A positive value of the Canon SL1 is the size of this small one does not affect the ergonomic factor, certainly if paired with the right lens. While maintaining the design and DSLR cameras grip the body quite sturdy, Canon SL1 stay comfortable gripped hands when using his standard lens 18-55 mm, 40 mm pancake lens especially with STM are indeed perfect for juxtaposed with it. The problem arises if you pair it with a large and heavy lenses like the EF 70-200 mm ultrawide lens or EF10-22 mm. Canon SL1 has equipped 3-inch touch screen. Touch response on its screen is also very good to ease when navigating the menu and set the camera. That makes this an increasingly alluring Petite camera, sensors and processors which have exactly the same as Canon EOS 700D sensor with APS-C CMOS sensor 18 megapixel Canon DIGIC processor and 5. With its specifications are, the camera is able to produce photographs with sharp levels of contrast and good detail. For photographing in Dim conditions, Canon Canon SL1 ISO settings provides an option from ISO 100 to 12800 ISO that can be expanded to ISO 25600. Its ability to handle noise in high ISO is very good with the result photos settings noise disturbance to minimal ISO 6400. To find the focus quickly and accurately, supplementing it with Canon 9 point autofocus with AF II hybrid technology support.
As with Canon SL1, Canon T6i has it too with Canon 750D cores. As a DSLR camera that comes in the APS-C format, Canon camera 18MP CMOS sensor gets T6i and DIGIC processor 5 images integrated with 14-bit Analog/Digital conversion. ISO range 100-12800 and exiled to 25.600. In essence, this camera is equipped with a 20.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor which is also aligned to meet the needs of your photo shoot. With 6 DIGIC, potential video shooting cameras will be enhanced so as to 1080p60 rather than 1080p30 found in its predecessor. As for enhanced grip, making it more comfortable to hold. The sensor has been placed at eye level in a better location so more visible. Photos can be composed through the optical viewfinder or via the touchscreen LCD display 3 inch which can be fully played. The Canon T6i cores can shoot in a continuous burst at 5 fps. Can record video at 1080/30 p with the ability to control exposure settings manually and external mic jack. The camera also features built-in Wi-fi for easy data exchange. Canon T6i also comes with a 18-55 mm kit lens with image stabilizer feature and auto focus for easy retrieval of photos and videos. The ability of the lens zoom which this is indeed not too far away and even the same as the other Canon’s proprietary lenses.
According to the size and weight, The Canon SL1 is actually Canon’s lightest and smallest DSLR. It weighs 150g which is less than the T6i and more compact. According to the price, The Canon SL1 with the kit 18-55mm lens costs around $280 less. So, we think that Canon SL1 is a great choice if you want to get a DSLR under $500 that also happens to be extremely compact and lightweight on you in daily. It’s just like the T5i, the T6i’s predecessor which is just cheaper.