For what it is and whom it’s intended for, Canon’s EOS Rebel T5 is a decent budget DSLR. Yet, it leaves us wanting more.
Rebel T5: Not bad, but not best
Delivers excellent photo quality for the money
Inexpensive, SLR-like design, Built-in EVF
Image quality is excellent for such a cheap camera
Intelligent control layout familiar from the NEX system
Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated
World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body
Small body size, Touchscreen
Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands
Sharp lens, Integrated Wi-Fi
Built-in Wifi and GPS via a smartphone
Good image quality versus competitors
Compact, svelte design
Inexpensive, Solid construction, Sharp photos
Delivers excellent performance and good-to-great photo quality
Delivers better image quality
Small size, Low noise images
Super-fast autofocus, improved image quality
Very good photo quality
Good quality at high ISOs
Highest-resolution APS-C DX format Nikon DSLR,
Good video and images
Easy-to-use rugged point-and-shoot
Tough outer shell and cosseted interior
Fair enough, it's adequate and mostly does the job
Solid build, Good image quality
'aesthetically pleasing camera'
'The GF2 is a nice camera for those new to more advanced photography, as it works well in both automatic and manual modes. '
'Fast and responsive'
'The grip-less camera feels surprisingly good in the hand, thanks to thoughtful ideas like a small but well placedÂ thumb rest on the rear panel.'
'carry-anywhere all-purpose camera'
'The best part about the Olympus XZ-1 was the fact that its image quality backed its hardware, and the camera proved itself a well-equipped tool that excelled when it came to manual controls.'
'Large image sensor'
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