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Canon EOS Rebel T6 vs Canon EOS Rebel T6i

5.08 in
3.99 in
Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital Camera
Canon EOS Rebel T6
5.19 in
3.96 in
Canon EOS Rebel T6i Digital Camera
Canon EOS Rebel T6i
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Full Comparison

Sensor

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Sensor typeCMOSCMOS
Image sensor format
Advanced Photo System type-C
Advanced Photo System type-C
Sensor size0.88 in0.88 in
Sensor photo detectors19.0 Mpx25.0 Mpx
Effective pixels18.0 Mpx24.0 Mpx
Image ratio w:h
  • 1:1
  • 4:3
  • 3:2
  • 16:9
  • 1:1
  • 4:3
  • 3:2
  • 16:9
Max resolution5184 x 3456 px6000 x 4000 px
Other resolutions
  • 3456x2304
  • 2592x1728
  • 1920x1080
  • 720x480
N/A
ProcessorDIGIC 4+DIGIC 6

Image

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
ISO
  • 100
  • 6400
  • 100
  • 6400
  • 12800
  • Auto
ISO Autoyes
N/A
ISO minimum100100
ISO maximum1280025600
Boosted ISO maximum1280025600
Maximum image resolution5184 x 3456 px6000 x 4000 px
White balance presets68
White balance modes
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Custom modes
  • Daylight
  • Flash
  • Fluorescent
  • Shade
  • Tungsten
  • ATW
  • Cloudy
  • Custom modes
  • Daylight
  • Flash
  • Fluorescent L
  • Shade
  • Tungsten
Custom white balanceyesyes
Supported image file formats
  • JPS
  • RAW
JPG
Photo effectsNeutral
  • Black&White
  • Neutral
Image stabilizeryesyes
Image stabilization typeNoNo
Supported aspect ratios3:2
  • 1:1
  • 3:2
  • 4:3
  • 16:9
Uncompressed formatRAWRAW
AEB/HDR supportnoyes
HDR
N/A
yes

Optics and focus

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Lens mount
  • Canon EF
  • Canon EF-S
  • Canon EF
  • Canon EF-S
Optical zoom1.6 x
N/A
Digital zoom3.0 x
N/A
Magnification (Crop factor)1.6 x1.6 x
Minimum aperture3.53.5
Maximum aperture3.54
AF assist (auto-focus assist light)LampLamp
Focus adjustmentAuto/ManualAuto/Manual
Contrast autofocusnoyes
Contrast adjustmentyes
N/A
Brightness adjustmentyesyes
Autofocus in recording modeyes
N/A
Focal length multiplier1.6x1.6x
Autofocus
  • AI Focus
  • One Shot Focus
  • Servo Auto Focus
  • AI Focus
  • One Shot Focus
  • Servo Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) lockyesyes
Manual focusyesyes
Auto Focus (AF) points selection
  • Auto
  • Manual
  • Auto
  • Manual
Auto Focus (AF) assist beamyesyes
Number of focus points919
Max number of AF points (incl. assistant)919
Image stabiliserLens based onlyLens based only
Filter diameter2.28 in2.28 in
Phase detection autofocusyesyes
Number of AF points (contrast)
N/A
19

Screen and viewfinder

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Screen size3.0 in3.0 in
Articulated LCDnoyes
Screen technologyLCDLCD TFT
Display aspect ratio3:23:2
Screen dots9200001040000
Touch screennoyes
Field of view100.0 %100.0 %
Live viewyesyes
ViewfinderPentamirrorElectronic
Viewfinder coverage95.0 %95.0 %
Viewfinder magnification0.8 x0.82 x
Dioptre correctionyesyes
Diopter adjustment (D-D)-2.5 - 0.5-3 - 1
Eye relief0.83 in0.75 in
Separate info displaynono
Flip-out screennoyes
Second display
N/A
no

Photography features

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Shooting modesScene
  • Movie
  • Scene
Camera shutter typeElectronicElectronic
Minimum shutter speed30.0 s30.0 s
Maximum shutter speed1.0 s1.0 s
Shutter priorityyesyes
Aperture priorityyesyes
Manual exposure modeyesyes
Exposure compensation plus55
Exposure compensation minus-5-5
Expousure compensation steps
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
Auto exposure lockyesyes
AE EV steps
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
Continuous shootingnoyes
Self-timer delay
  • 2
  • 10
  • 2
  • 10
Histogramyesyes
AE frames33
WB BracketingYesYes
Subject / scene modesyesyes
Flash sync speed1/200s1/200s
Built-in flashyesyes
Flash range9.212
Flash modes
  • Auto
  • Flash OFF
  • Flash ON
  • Manual
  • Redeye Reduction
  • Second-curtain Sync
  • High-speed Sync
  • Redeye Reduction
External flash connectionHot shoeHot shoe
External flashyesyes
Continuous drive3.0 fps5.0 fps
Scene modes
  • Close-up
  • Food
  • Night portrait
  • Portrait
  • Sports
  • Landscape
  • Food
  • Sports
  • Landscape
Self-timeryesyes
Metering modes
  • Multi
  • Center-weighted
  • Partial
  • Multi
  • Center-weighted
  • Spot
  • Partial
3D supportno
N/A
Manual settingsyesyes
Self-timer options
  • 2
  • 10
  • 2
  • 10
Speed (JPEG)3.0 fps5.0 fps
Speed (RAW)3.0 fps5.0 fps
Number of exposures
N/A
3
Flash metering system
N/A
  • E-TTL
  • E-TTL II
Exposure bracketing
N/A
0.3 - 2.0±EV

Videography features

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Maximum resolution1920 x 1080 px1920 x 1080 px
Video recordingyesyes
Recording resolutions
  • 640 x 480
  • 1280 x 720
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 640 x 480
  • 1280 x 720
  • 1920 x 1080
HD typeFull HDFull HD
Supported video file formats
  • H.264
  • MOV
  • MPEG-4
MP4
Analog signal format system
  • NTSC
  • PAL
  • NTSC
  • PAL
Camera playback
  • Movie
  • Single image
  • Slide show
  • Thumbnails
  • Movie
  • Single image
  • Slide show
Video recording limit29.59 min.
N/A
Max resolution (highest frame rate)1280 x 7201280 x 720
Max frame rate (highest resolution)30.0 fps30.0 fps
Max frame rate (regardless of res.)60.0 fps60.0 fps
Motion JPEG frame rate59.94 fps30.0 fps

Audio features

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Built-in microphoneyesyes
Microphone typeMonoStereo
Speaker typeMonoMono
Voice recordingyesyes
Audio systemStereoStereo
Supported audio file formatsLPCMAAC
Noise reduction
N/A
yes

Design

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Body typeMILCSLR
Body material
  • Carbon fiber
  • Glass
  • Polyacetal resin
  • Aluminium
  • Polycarbonate
Colour of product
  • Black
  • Silver
Black
Anti-dust systemyesyes
Environmentally sealednono

Dimensions

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Weight15.52 oz17.99 oz
Width5.08 in5.19 in
Height3.99 in3.96 in
Depth3.06 in3.06 in

Storage

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Compatible memory cards
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Memory slots11
Storage types
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Camera file systemDCF 2.0
  • DPOF 1.1
  • Exif 2.3
  • RAW

Power

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
Power source typeBatteryBattery
Battery life (CIPA)500440
Battery life (max)500.0 h
N/A
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion
Lithium-Ion
Battery level indicatoryesyes
Number of batteries supported11
AC adapter includedYyes
Start-up time10.0 ms18.0 ms
Battery capacity
N/A
1040.0 mAh
Battery recharge time
N/A
2.0 h
Battery voltage
N/A
7.2 V

Connectivity

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
HDMIyesyes
HDMI connector typeMiniMini
USB portyesyes
USB connector typeMicro-USB BMicro-USB B
USB version2.02.0
Headphone portnono
Microphone portyesyes
WirelessBuilt-InBuilt-In
Supported WiFi types
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
  • IEEE 802.11n
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
  • IEEE 802.11n
DC-in jackyesyes
Remote controlyesyes
Smartphone remote supportno
N/A
PictBridgeyesyes
NFCyesyes
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)yesyes
Bluetoothnono
Firewirenono

Other features

Canon EOS Rebel T6Canon EOS Rebel T6
Canon EOS Rebel T6iCanon EOS Rebel T6i
GPSyesyes
Orientation sensoryesyes
Languages supportMulti
  • ARA
  • CHI
  • CHI
  • CZE
  • DAN
  • DEU
  • DUT
  • ENG
  • ESP
  • FIN
  • FRE
  • GRE
  • HUN
  • ITA
  • JPN
  • KOR
  • NOR
  • POL
  • POR
  • RUM
  • RUS
  • SWE
  • THA
  • TUR
  • UKR
On Screen Display (OSD) languages
  • ARA
  • CHI
  • CHI
  • CZE
  • DAN
  • DEU
  • DUT
  • ENG
  • ESP
  • FIN
  • FRE
  • GRE
  • HUN
  • ITA
  • JPN
  • KOR
  • NOR
  • POL
  • POR
  • RUM
  • RUS
  • SWE
  • THA
  • TUR
  • UKR
  • ARA
  • CHI
  • CHI
  • CZE
  • DAN
  • DEU
  • DUT
  • ENG
  • ESP
  • FIN
  • FRE
  • GRE
  • HUN
  • ITA
  • JPN
  • KOR
  • NOR
  • POL
  • POR
  • RUM
  • RUS
  • SWE
  • THA
  • UKR
Energy Star certified
N/A
no

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • fast and reliable
  • excellent and affordable
  • Great battery life especially with a battery grip
  • improved feature set
  • solid and well-built
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • useful for shooting macro and still-life subjects
  • All-purpose metering generally works well to produce accurate exposures
  • The connection process is quick and easy
  • solid and feels sturdy
  • NFC-enabled smartphone to the camera is quite easy
  • Canon EOS 1300D works fine
  • clicked good quality photos and recorded videos in full HD at 30fps
  • good for clicking steady objects as well as fast moving objects
  • The interface of the camera is quite simple
  • All the settings and menus are organised neatly
  • appeals to beginners and is good for still photography
  • The camera metering mode was good at determining exposure in a single light
  • good details and also the colours appeared bright and natural
  • are well designed and easy to use
  • very easy to connect and transfer photos
  • good controls and rubber grip
  • The buttons are clearly labelled and a good size
  • Color reproduction in video mode is very good
  • The skin tone reproduction is very good
  • The setup dial is also helpful for menu navigation
  • additional ISO 12
  • 800 mode is useful and will provide acceptable results
  • it is well balanced and the small grip on its right hand side
  • 8 Great Vintage Street Photography Cameras
  • responsive and straightforward to use
  • faster burst rate and better battery life
  • polished and responsive
  • 1300D is really nicely built
  • Connectivity is excellent and it'll improve
  • instantly impressed with the detail in the shots
  • it manages to feel fairly solid
  • pretty good camera; and nicer than this
  • a super cheap DSLR which works great
  • It all looks pretty straightforward to me
  • Battery life is a very respectable 500 shots per charge
  • solid black; smooth; and still feels great
  • are pretty good and perform extremely well for the money
  • the transfer speed is pretty quick over Wi-Fi Direct
  • Colour reproduction is fairly good too
  • The camera does manage a decent level of depth of field at its widest aperture setting
  • Fit and finish are fairly good
  • friendly and approachable
  • low cost and great image quality
  • Autofocus is generally fast and accurate
  • This configuration makes it easy for one-handed operations
  • Connecting the camera to my iPhone was a breeze
  • higher resolution and better battery life
  • this camera are easily good enough for many professional applications
  • are easy to use; conveniently located and comfortably contoured
  • T6 very reliably delivers accurate focusing in One Shot AF mode
  • images are looking very good
  • T6's metering system works quite well
  • They are easy to use and they work well
  • auto white balance is also performing very well
  • Build quality is also good enough to withstand normal usage
  • a compact; lightweight and easy to operate DSLR
  • an adequate performer and works well over its focal length range
  • is relatively compact and affordably priced
  • well laid out and easy to navigate
  • carbon fibre polycarbonate body feels reasonably solid and well built
  • simple and logical control layout
  • higher resolution screen is still nice to have
  • The polished control layout is easy to use
  • Small; light; and inexpensive
  • smaller and lighter
  • inexpensive; lightweight DSLR with great performance
  • easy to shoot; shoots well
  • best prices; service; return policies and selection
  • small; inexpensive and takes great pictures
  • the layout familiar and very easy to use
  • It is really very simple
  • suitably fast; smooth and fairly responsive
  • Canon EOS 1300D is a reasonably decent shooter
  • Remote shooting works fairly well with minimal lag
  • It is also very easy to operate and convenient
  • optical viewfinder; rectifying the focus manually is fairly convenient
  • The battery life is decent on the T6
  • affordable and beginner-friendly DSLR
  • the video quality is solid
  • Easy to see noise
  • the 55-250mm STM is excellent
  • Great color and exposure right out of the camera
  • easy to use; very lightweight; handles well; and
  • best prices; service; return policies and selection
  • White balance is once again fantastic
  • The screen is responsive and is capable of multi-touch gestures
  • ease of use; flexibility; and excellent performance
  • color modes are reasonably accurate as well
  • it actually proved pretty capable
  • The controls are very deliberate and well labeled
  • proper quality glass truly makes a difference
  • Sony is light and small and convenient
  • improved feature set
  • very clean; sharp; bright great detail and nice color
  • sharp wide open; smooth bokeh and amazing price)
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • solid and well-built
  • The results are impressive and as good or better than I can get with my
  • image quality is quite good in practical terms
  • Colors are as accurate as can be
  • are very good cameras and should sell well
  • touchscreen makes it easy to move through the menus and make changes
  • The menu design is also touch-friendly
  • physical control layout is also very similar to the 700D
  • affordable price-tag and a wealth of features
  • the ability to touch the screen to select a focus point is also very handy
  • are almost always accurately exposed and display an ideal balance of highlight and shadow detail
  • The process is fast and the results look seamless and fairly natural
  • It handled manual exposure well
  • Picture quality was generally excellent
  • quicker and more comfortable to use
  • It feels more solid and robust
  • M3 is an excellent video camera
  • EOS M3 is a superb general-purpose camera
  • like autofocus and image stabilization working perfectly
  • color rendition is superior for real-world subjects
  • the shutter is smooth enough and the release button is well enough designed
  • Fast response and fast autofocus
  • is very good in low light
  • compact APS-C cameras out there and is incredibly well made
  • good construction quality
  • Multiple control dials make it easy to change modes and exposure settings
  • compact size; great build quality; and ease of use
  • M3 is a solid camera
  • Canon has always done well
  • good; solid performance from those specs
  • touch sensitivity is quite responsive
  • with lots of detail and great colors
  • The impressive features come in a small package
  • easy-to-use operation and built-in creative effects
  • Excellent colour saturation Built in Wi-Fi and NFC Good noise
  • Build quality is good with a solid metal and plastic construction
  • making it easy to compare with other cameras
  • gives good audio quality and performs well even in low-light
  • Macro performance is reasonably good
  • excellent colour reproduction and exposure is reliable
  • Canon makes manual focus quite easy
  • peaking and the ability to zoom in to a scene to check focus are also
  • well-saturated colors and sharp images without
  • The camera is comfortable to hold and use
  • M3 retained good detail in both highlights and shadows and produced nicely saturated colors
  • image quality is surprisingly good
  • Color accuracy is good as is exposure under most conditions
  • The control dial is well-placed and easy to reach
  • The interface is intuitive and friendly
  • The refocusing is also nice and smooth
  • refined design means controls and usability
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • Handling Autofocus and Performance Image Quality
  • Nikon 1 has an excellent fast AF
  • excellent quality and of great value
  • solid and feels great to the touch
  • nicely contoured grip wrapped in faux leather combines
  • high-definition video quality is excellent with minimal pick-up of ambient audio
  • The resolution is sharp with great details visible
  • the M3 is much faster and more accurate
  • Colour reproduction is accurate
  • Image quality is excellent
  • Great JPEG quality out of the box
  • refined device and the wifi works just fine
  • s feature set is quiet impressive
  • ease of use and great results
  • Great AF; both in viewfinder and live view
  • Great image quality; good handling; good guide mode
  • Very smooth; easy to control noise
  • ISO 100 quality is incredible
  • the EOS M3 produces excellent images
  • tilting screen also comes in handy and offers three alternative shooting styles
  • The night photograph was very good
  • Setup is relatively straight-forward for each scenario
  • exciting new compact system camera aimed firmly at keen photographers
  • a great bargain
  • The presets are very effective and easy to use
  • Both hinges appear to be strong enough to withstand normal usage
  • dynamic range in movie clips was also nice and wide
  • Video quality was remarkably good overall when recordings were made in normal light levels
  • Image stabilisation; however; was quite good
  • The touch response is excellent
  • focuses faster and more accurately
  • Canon EOS M3 is reasonably decent at daylight photography
  • The tilt shaft is steady; and has a very smooth movement
  • touchscreen's improved responsiveness does make navigating much easier
Cons
  • the LCD MUST be clearly visible in the Sun
  • s very complicate to dive into that
  • Fujifilm has not cheap lenses
  • OLED could be more prone to burn in issues in the long run
  • no Panasonic GF camera
  • no touchscreen on the EOS 1300D
  • there are quite a few direct access buttons
  • no dedicated movie button
  • video functionality is very much a supplement to being a stills camera
  • images are a little on the warm side
  • some fine detail will be lost in JPEG shots
  • continuous shooting on offer
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  • the shooting speed on this model was a little slower
  • the preview screen is not a touchscreen and can't be adjusted or tilted
  • manual focusing is a bit tricky at times
  • it can be a little tricky
  • JPEG are compressed and smaller in size
  • It took approximately 4 seconds to focus on a still object
  • without the side access to the memory card slot
  • Custom defined modes are missing
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  • Luminance noise starts on a slightly high level at ISO 100 mode
  • offer in-body electronic image stabilization
  • Aperture priority or shutter speed priority modes are missing
  • Noise levels at fast ISO speeds were disappointing
  • Canon 1300D fails to rise above its rivals and siblings
  • remote shooting was a little on the unresponsive side
  • the out-of-focus background is a little grainy
  • not great for video and its wireless image transfer is slow
  • picture quality is nowhere near as humdrum as its design
  • no automatic focusing in those modes
  • looks dull; dull
  • no desktop upload on Instagram
  • Busy scenes can also confuse it
  • mirrorless would have an inferior flash system
  • Picture quality is very disappointing
  • Seems like fairly poor focus for the 2 studio shots
  • Cheap camera=junkyard and drunk photos
  • canon is not the only manufacturer to stick with a certain sensor
  • pictures with way too much luminance noise
  • switching to another shooting mode on the camera will break the connection
  • it takes some effort to get a lock on the desired focus area
  • ecosystem Slow burst shooting with very limited raw buffer
  • no built-in sensor cleaning mechanism
  • built-in Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities
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  • the camera has only one jog dial for changing settings
  • the ISO range now looks quite limited compared to much newer rivals
  • built-in Wi-Fi or NFC
  • inbuilt Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity
  • the T6 is not compatible with the small Canon wireless remotes
  • this camera does not have the mirror lockup feature
  • Live View display does not provide quite a 100% view
  • slightly coarse details and is prone to moir interference
  • Canon does not even offer a battery grip for the T6
  • cannot easily be reconstructed
  • the frame rate is still only three frames/second
  • composing shots on the monitor screen was almost impossible in bright outdoor lighting
  • Auto white balance Ambient setting
  • resolution fell a little short of expectations with JPEGs
  • warns of potential noise and irregular colours
  • Focussing speed is largely dependent on your choice of lens
  • the finger recess is a little shallow
  • this 2 second movie is 125Mb in size
  • high ISO image quality
  • good old aperture priority mode renders Creative Auto pointless
  • the main dial makes a very audible clicking sound
  • badly out of focus despite looking ok on the screen
  • makes it impossible to change the card with the camera mounted on a tripod
  • No battery grip available from Canon
  • No auto brightness control for LCD
  • Missing is automatic lateral color correction
  • there is no way to program the slowest shutter speed
  • No automated lens distortion or lateral color corrections
  • lack of touchscreen on the camera
  • have enough weight to stand up for itself
  • images tend to face a fairly noticeable amount of pixel noise
  • you cannot expect the company to sit quiet
  • The light processing is also not the best in class
  • it took longer than average to focus
  • the screen is static and non-touch
  • the T6 to be a bit lacking
  • lack of Canon's Dual Pixel autofocus
  • auto focusing was limited and wasn't
  • No Battery Percentage Meter It has only a battery bar icon
  • No Auto Brightness Control for LCD Specifications
  • the audio tracks will have humming sounds from the lens trying to focus
  • video file size options take up only a fraction of the usual file space
  • No Silent Mode in Live View No AF Fine Tuning Not
  • Canon Rebel line is not the place to look
  • not a pro camera
  • older 18 MP sensor and lacks built-in WiFi
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  • iPhone pictures look
  • like AF is terribly slow and most photos were blurred
  • Another boring boxy product
  • the battery is probably weak
  • You can put lipstick on a pig
  • occasional glitch and continued clicking
  • Canon still makes connecting via Wi-Fi far more complicated than
  • they are still expensive
  • no need to pack a spare
  • Echo Dot 5G home internet Soundbars
  • lack of a secondary top-panel settings display
  • simply stops the flash from firing
  • camera lacks a physical button to directly activate its Wi-Fi access
  • Autofocus was painfully slow on the EOS M
  • live view mode was slow and unwieldy
  • auto or flexible spot
  • autofocus performance and basic controls
  • No auto brightness control for the rear LCD
  • cameras lack the chops for great colors
  • Too many buttons have more than one function
  • digital cameras have substandard color rendition
  • no slow continuous shutter mode
  • M5 is considerably more expensive than the M3
  • Lack of native lenses had been a sore point for the EOS-M system previously
  • M3 is stuck with 1080/30p
  • The onscreen icons might be confusing at first to new users
  • Moire can also be a problem
  • the M3 lacks an electronic or optical viewfinder
  • No 60p video frame rate or 4K video option
  • Dual Pixel technology is still noticeably absent
  • M lacked any command dials for the index finger or thumb
  • it still feels lacking in some important areas
  • not exactly a blistering pace by modern standards
  • glaring omission is a viewfinder
  • Canon would be cutting their own throat
  • unable to successfully setup a connection with the camera from / to our Android smartphone
  • missed the boat already
  • noise increases and detail is reduced
  • the camera will shut down in short order
  • sliding the compartment cover open is very difficult
  • red movie record and playback buttons
  • lightless shadows are so dark that they hide the image noise
  • the camera barely captures a total of four images in a row
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  • Somewhat alarmingly the battery died soon
  • only Miniature can be applied to movies
  • unusually short distance and lack of contrast
  • poor light could slow to two seconds or fail entirely
  • Toy Camera Creative Filter
  • no electronic viewfinder
  • woeful AF performance
  • they took away the m1 interface is just crazy
  • Canon needs to work on battery life - badly
  • Canon has hardly any lenses
  • Interface is hands down a mile ahead of this hacked body
  • bloody annoying and disappointing
  • there are only four native EF-M lenses
  • the display is difficult to see clearly when you shoot in bright sunlight
  • No image noise is visible up till ISO 3
  • built-in electronic viewfinder
  • Sony does not support A-mount anymore
  • Static price groupings are problematic
  • Sony lacks lenses; Fuji massively
  • video is not one of Pentax strengths
  • Dynamic range is comparatively poor
  • 4 mm; a bit too small for my hands
  • diminutive EOS M3 is a little too small
  • kept when lesser cameras would have the highlights blown
  • automatic white balance tended to shift a little toward purple in our lab tests
  • gripped tightly like cameras made of plastic are prone to
  • was only released in Japan and China
  • Video on the M3 is not its strong point
  • noise-suppression artifacts like smoothing and the beginnings of some detail loss
  • multi-directional control dial and surrounding scroll wheel
  • built-in flash
  • Auto Power Off ECO mode Power Supply
  • camera's burst mode is a bit lacking
  • there is a diamond in the rough
  • dynamic range tails off sharply
  • its picture quality is disappointing
  • the automatic white balance is hit or miss
  • Movie recording is not supported
  • a slight reduction in the maximum continuous shooting speed
  • The camera has no indicator light to show image processing
  • s still no built-in viewfinder
  • No camera noises were detected in movie soundtracks
  • Canon EOS M3 renders is also not equivalent to DSLR quality
  • limited dynamic range

Often compared with Canon EOS Rebel T6

Often compared with Canon EOS Rebel T6i