Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Surendra Nice camera
I bought this camera few days back and noticed black burn mark on top lcd it is written in manual that burn mark is temporary and will go but it is still there has to return with sad feeling as the features given are excellent may be technical error as photos are excellently shot.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheRealBW WOW!!!
I've had mine a bit over a year. I've used it with Canon and 3rd party lenses and flashes as well as wireless triggers and transmitters. I've used in indoors, outdoors,studios and for commercial work (yes, it's not about the camera, it's about the photographer). It has never disappointed me. Since I don't use the built in flash, I tend to save a lot on battery life which makes it long lasting and an astonishing advance from the traditional Rebel line.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KKE1974 Great!!!
The camera is all what an ameteur (and even some profesionals) photographer needs! Great lens!!!
Rated 5 out of 5 by era1953 Best Rebel yet
I have had this camera (T6s) since its launch last year. I read all the reviews and test reports and decided this would be the one. I moved from the T3i , I was unhappy with slow focus in AF because my needs have changed. I love the speed of the T6s and the added features and controls are great. The system came with the 18-135 and 55-250, I added the 10-18 to complete the system. Although ALL the STM lens are great, the 18-135 is the one I use the most. I have been a Canon user for over 30 yrs and have relied on Canon to deliver the best quality.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Digiscoper T6s Lacks Image Sharpness
I own, and love, my 5D Mark III. But I undertook a new activity, which involved taking photos through a spotting scope. That meant I could NOT use a full-frame sensor (full-frame would result in vignetting). I thought that the T6s (with its 1.6 FOV crop) would be a perfect solution, but I was greatly disappointed. Despite the 24+ megapixels the sensor claims, the images were definitely not sharp enough -- whether digiscoped OR simply taken by regular shooting. I was forced to spend lots of time in photoshop, sharpening the images using software. This was not a happy situation.
My solution was to replace the T6s with the 7D Mark II camera, which also has 1.6 FOV crop. Wow, what a difference. The images are astoundingly sharp, and comparable to my 5D Mark III. I am very pleased with the 7D Mark II.
I would categorize the T6s as an easy-to-carry camera for the casual user. If you are fussy about sharpness, look elsewhere.
Rated 4 out of 5 by juan great features
this camera is great but why there isn't the option to record 60fp cheap cameras from other brand have this feature.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer Versatile
The top LCD makes adjustments while shooting a breeze, and gives the T6s a feel similar to it's more capable cousins in the Canon lineup. Add in great video quality and you have a camera that is an overall winner in its DSLR class. Very satisfied.
Rated 5 out of 5 by deraldg Sophisticated yet easy to use well featured camera
This is my second review because my first year anniversary is coming up. I bought my T6s upon release. After a year I still couldn't be happier. I'm carefully buying only EF mount lenses for when I upgrade to a full sensor camera. Ironically my go to lens is my EF-S 18-135mm I bought separately. Yes the Wifi is totally different than the other Wifi offering Canon currently offers, you can't control it remotely from your computer but you can your phone. Most android apps will not work with this wifi. However this wifi has advanced features of it's own including DLNA. I think what I appreciated about this camera is that it allowed me to learn photography at my own pace; first with everything on automatic, and then as I became more experienced I could explore other features of the camera.
Because Canon is such a popular product a great deal of accessories are being offered by Canon and third-party suppliers.