|Canon T8i 1 Lens Bundle With Extra Battery||
|Canon T8i 2 Lens Bundle With Extra Battery||
|Canon T8i 3 Lens Bundle With Extra Battery||
Purchasing the Canon T8i as a bundle is an easy way for beginners to get the main gears and accessories they will need at first. Some accessories are Indispensable like memory cards and the others are optional and they may provide a good deal to save money.
Note that the gears that come with these bundles like tripods and flashes have low-end quality so they might be unreliable in serious photography sessions or using outdoors.
This compact and cost effective lens is the most commonly found in Canon T8i bundles.
It features a longer focal length than the basic kit lens, allowing it to be used for certain sorts of photography such as wildlife and distance sports photography.
In comparison to its low price, the 75-300mm's overall construction and image quality are excellent.
Digital Cameras have no internal storage memory so the memory card is a critical component and the camera will not work without it. Also, the Canon T8i produces high-resolution sensors, therefore, high image sizes, especially with raw files.
So in order not to feel that the use of the camera is limited, you will need at least 32GB memory card which can hold approx. 35 min. of 4k video or 1 hr. 10 min. At 1080p at 60fps.
The tripod is one of the most helpful pieces of photography equipment. Whether you like landscape, nature, wildlife, macro, travel, or portrait photography, a tripod is always useful and, in some cases, essential.
Buying a DSLR camera is a great choice for anybody looking to upgrade their smartphone or compact camera.
Despite the fact that its quality increases with each passing year, it is still not comparable to a DSLR camera due to its limited capabilities, lack of many manual exposure settings, and several components only found in DSLR cameras.
Additionally, the flexibility to change the camera's lens and its reasonable prices are some of the important factors to consider purchasing a DSLR camera, whether you are looking for individual personal photography or sophisticated photographic categories.
The Canon EOS Rebel T8i (also known as EOS 850D Outside US) is the most recent model of the Canon's Rebel T line-up (announced February 12, 2020) that attempts to replace one of the most successful entry-level DSLR cameras, the Canon T7i.
The Canon T8i is driven by a new image processor, which enhances overall camera performance. It also has a more advanced Autofocus system, the ability to capture 4k movies, and minor design enhancements.
This makes the T8i a solid DSLR choice for a wide range of various photography categories for novice and intermediate photographers who want to bypass the performance limits of previous models, but of course with extra cost.
The Canon T8i keeps the same sensor resolution as the previous model. It has a 24.1MP APS-C sensor, which is the most common sensor used in Canon DSLR cameras, even in higher-end versions.
The sensor can take high-resolution photographs up to 6000 x 4000px in JPEG and RAW format, which should be more than enough for most photography categories to capture rich and pleasing details and boost the probability of capturing spectacular shots.
It is also useful if you need to zoom in and crop a piece of an image or print your favorite images in reasonably large frames while keeping delicate details crisp.
The Canon T8i is driven by the latest DIGIC 8 image processor, which ensures the camera is smooth and quick and capable of handling its upgraded specs. It is a significant advance over its predecessors, the DIGIC 7 in the Canon T7i and the DIGIC 4+ in the Canon T7.
As a consequence, the camera has a quicker continuous shooting speed of up to 7.5 frames per second, however the ISO sensitivity range remains the same as the t7i at 100-25600 with an expansion option to 51200.
The T8i, like the Canon T7i, has 45 AF-points, all of which are cross-type, which is sufficient to cover the majority of the frame area and correctly choose the focus target.
The system is powered by a Dual Pixel CMOS sensor, which works in conjunction to provide rapid and precise focus in both bright and low-light conditions.
Furthermore, the camera includes a new 220,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor, which is especially beneficial for tracking moving subjects since it allows the camera to recognise and hold focus on the target faster.
The system is also equipped with extra functions that support the core system, such as eye-detection in LiveView and face detection in both LiveView and viewfinder modes, which can save a lot of effort in human-face related photography, such as weddings, portraits, and children's photography, to deliver a nice and reliable focus experience, particularly when using continuous shooting.
The buttons are situated in a straightforward and uncomplicated manner, making it simple to make key adjustments without having to stop and fuss with the camera.
Buttons and dials are placed on the rear side of the camera so that you can quickly adjust them while taking a photo, even if you're looking via the optical viewfinder.
A quick-control dial is also included for rapid adjustments. The main drawback is that the buttons aren't lighted, making it difficult to see in the dark.
Another major upgrade to this camera over its predecessor is the new 4k video shooting which is finally good to see and raises the standards of the entry-level DSLR market. But unfortunately the frame rate is limited to 24fps, which may be insufficient for those who favor smoothness over quality.
Also, In certain circumstances, filming in 1080p might be the best resolution since it retains a high level of quality while having smaller file sizes that make it easier to transfer and edit. (The T8i can record Full HD videos at 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, and 24p.)
Additionally, the camera now supports vertical videos, which is ideal for social media and short videos platforms.
Finally, the Canon Rebel T line-up has seen a major boost in battery efficiency. In ideal settings, the T8i's battery life is rated at about 1240 shots per charge, compared to 820 shots per charge for the T7i. It also lowers to 800 if the flash is used 50% of the time.
Overall, the Canon Rebel T8i is an excellent starter camera that can be utilized for a wide range of photography. The video capabilities are also rather impressive.
Although, for an entry-level camera, this camera is a little costly. Some alternatives from other companies are less expensive, but this camera captures stunning photographs and is packed with capabilities that you may not find in other cameras.
The body of the Canon T8i, like that of other entry-level and mid-range cameras, is mostly made of durable plastic with a rubber handgrip to make it more comfortable to handle, and the entire appearance looks to be very appealing.
Furthermore, it is constructed and manufactured so well that it does not feel cheap and can take reasonable tough treatment for years, with the exception of certain sensitive areas such as the sensor within. As a result, you should always use caution while switching lenses in dusty or bad weather.
The Rebel T8i is a relatively lightweight camera and comfortable to carry. It measures 131 x 103 x 76 mm and weighs 515 g, which is 17g lighter than the overall weight of the Canon T7i and 50g heavier than the Nikon D5600.
|Type:||Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR)|
|Sensor Size:||22.3mm x 14.9mm|
|Sensor:||APS-C 24.7 MP Dual-Pixel Sensor|
|Low Pass Filter:||YES|
|Max Image Resolution:||6000 x 4000 px|
|Viewfinder Coverage:||95% vertically and horizontally|
|ISO Senstivity:||ISO 100-25,600|
|Shutter Speed Range:||1/4000 to 30 sec|
|Max. Video Specs:||4k 24 FPS|
|Display:||3.0-inch 1.04M dots 170 IPS LCD|
|Dimentions:||131 x 102.6 x 76.2 mm|
|Weight:||515g includes battery|