Canon T5 Camera video reviews and specs

By Peter Chubb - Nov 7, 2014

When you buy a compact digital camera you always want to make certain you have the latest, but this is not so much of an issue with a DSLR because they age much better. This is because they are often far better than a compact, and also the fact you can make a DSLR even better by changing its lens. The Canon T5 Camera is a fine example of this because it may be getting on a bit now, but looking over its specs and video reviews, it is still a very respected model.

There are several options available to you, the first is with the body only, or with a lens, but seeing as though Black Friday and Christmas are fast approaching we know some stores will offer some bundles. We expect there to be a Canon T5 Camera bubble complete with 75-300mm Lens, and also a Sungale 7-inch digital photo frame to help show those photos off you have taken, as we have seen promotions like this in the past.

Canon T5 Camera

Canon Rebel T5 specs – Effective pixels are 18.00 megapixels, although total is around 18.70 megapixels, 3:2 aspect ratio, RGB primary color filters, Fixed position in front of the CMOS sensor, Auto White Balance, Color Temperature Compensation, and more, all of which can be found on the official Canon website.

Canon T5 Camera reviews

Owner reviews – We have three video reviews for you below to help give you a better idea of just what the Canon EOS Rebel T5 has to offer. These reviews are very different to one another, with the first review talking about how this entry-level DSLR does the job, although is unable to stand out against the competition.

The second video looks at how the features have changed from its predecessor and how its 18Mp CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 4 image processor performs. The final video is only a quick review, and these short ones are often enough to give you a little insight into the camera you are buying, which we believe this one does.

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Canon T5 Camera video reviews and specs