Renders extremely good photos for its class
Compact, In-body stabilization, Fast autofocus
Image quality is unsurprisingly excellent
Beautifully-styled and built, with lots of external controls
Ability to shoot Raw as well as JPEG
Waterproof to 15 metres, High speed shooting at 60fps
Above average image noise for a mirrorless
Expensive and probably a bit large for the typical point-and-shoot upgrader
Fast autofocus for stills and video
Image quality is excellent
it's easy to get great shots in practically any condition
'Plenty of features for beginners to grow.'
'The 600D now sits at the top-end of the company's entry-level SLR range, taking all the bits that made the 60D good and shrinking them down a bit.'
'Simple, flexible, artistic.'
'The T3i's controls can be frustrating to operate.'
'The all new Nikon D7000 - has appeal for the enthusiast. <>. '
'excellent point-and-shoot camera'
'Sealed against weather and dust.'
'This is a great step-up camera for anyone who feels shackled by automated settings as well as a great on-the-go camera for anyone accustomed to a DSLR. '
'It has a host of new specifications and features that should make it a superior camera to its predecessor. '
'Advanced yet pocket-sized.'
'The camera is easy to hold, with a good-sized (though somewhat slippery) right hand grip.'
'The typical human hand is a gating
mechanism for how small a camera can and should be made.'
'No movie capture..'
'Test images looked dark, and the white balance--at least, when we used its automatic white-balance setting--was really off on a couple of shots.'
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