Canon EOS Rebel T8i EF-S

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Packing a versatile feature-set in a sleek and portable body, the EOS Rebel T7i DSLR from Canon offers advanced imaging capabilities along with a convenient range of controls and connectivity. Utilizing a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 7 image processor, the Rebel T7i is able to capture…

Last updated on July 14, 2021 1:16 am


  • 24 1 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor with is 100–6400 (H: 12800)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC technology
  • 9-Point AF system and AI Servo AF
  • Optical Viewfinder with approx 95percent viewing coverage
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

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Specification: Canon EOS Rebel T8i EF-S

connectivity Micro-USB, mini-HDMI
battery-type Lithium-Ion
maximum-resolution-mp 24.1
Item Depth 3"
Features 2160p UHD Video Recording, Built-in Flash, AE/FE Lock, Auto Power Save, Bluetooth, AF Lock, DPOF Support, Viewfinder, Image Stabilization, Wi-Fi, PictBridge Support, CMOS Sensor
Manufacturer Color
color Black
Item Weight (oz) 18.17
maximum-aperture f/4
Item Height 4.04"
Model EOS Rebel T8i
Type EOS Rebel T8i

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4 reviews for Canon EOS Rebel T8i EF-S

3.8 out of 5
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  1. Jacob

    The build feels a bit cheap, but it seems to function pretty good so far. Battery lasts maybe 1-1.5 hours with constant use (no flash). And it shipped with absolutely no charge. It took too long to be delivered. When I unboxed it, everything was warm to the touch… telling me that it was just sitting in non-air conditioned places. This is sensitive equipment that shouldn’t be mistreated.

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  2. J.A. Ribb

    Might be a good camera for the beginner.I’ve had the T4i for 7 years now. Great camera, tens of thousands of shots. I was greatly anticipating receiving the T8i. The main reason I bought it was because it could do the 4K 24P clean HDMI out. I was going to go with the 90d, but Canon refuses to fix the 24P clean out bug (outputs as 30P even though 24P is selected). My workflow is to blu-ray which means I need 24P. After considering dropping Canon altogether, I decided to stick with the T8i (and hand down my T4i to my daughter and share my lens collection).One thing I did not realize before I bought the camera: it does crop in 4K video mode. I measure about a 2x crop, same shot in 4k video mode at 27mm was about 50mm in photo mode. Maybe it was listed somewhere and I just missed it. So, that’s a 1.6x crop sensor plus a 2x crop for 4k video.I recorded to a Ninja V (mainly to be able to break the 30 minute mark). Footage looks good for the price on an entry level camera. Not a huge dynamic range, but it looks good, especially after being able to dial things in with the tools on the Ninja V. No c-log, but that’s not expected at this price. I did try recording to the Ninja V and internally to the SD card and could not see any difference in video quality.In manual focus mode, it does give you focus peaking on the camera’s screen. Not a horrible feature, but it’s probably not going to nail the focus using it unless you’re zoomed in.One of the biggest things I’m not happy with is the removal of the exposure compensation button. If you shoot in manual mode, you need this button for quick adjustments. It does allow you to reassign the function to another button, but it’s freakin’ awkward and not in a comfortable spot like before. Up through the T7i had it, the T8i does not. This alone annoys me and I’d rather shoot photography with my T4i, except for the higher megapixels.With the removal of the exposure compensation button, they’ve dumbed down the menus. Again, great if I’m handing this to my 12 year old for her to learn on her own. Depending on the mode dial, it shows you and somewhat walks you through changing settings to get different effects (DoF, subject freeze/blur, bracketing). All things that someone who knows basic photography and their way around their camera can do fairly fast. The option can be disabled to give you the traditional menu.I fully expect better cameras to be out in the next few years that will make me switch, even to a different brand. I’m tired of other brands going the extra mile to give the user extra features they want while Canon just sets there telling you to shut up and like what they give you. Or go spend lots of money on their higher end equipment. Definitely my last Rebel if they don’t bring back the exposure compensation button. Time will tell.

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  3. zangetsu88inc

    Best camera I have ever owned!

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  4. MrHVAC

    I’ve enjoyed almost everything about this camera and wish I could give it a five-star review. I have only very minor complaints and one significant complaint that should be easily resolved. Canon makes a driver that allows their cameras to be used as a webcam. That driver does not work with this camera. Now to be fair, Canon did not say that it would work with this camera. If you go to their website and find that utility, this camera is not listed as a compatible device. It should be or at least that’s what I think. I would think their latest and greatest camera would be supported by that webcam utility. I would consider myself to be an advanced user of technology, I’m the CEO of a software company. I don’t have all the answers, but I’m 99.5% certain that I’ve tried everything. I’ve reached out for help. I’ve contacted Canon’s tech support and they could not get it to work either. I have posted online in the Canon forum, and I’ve had at least half a dozen helpful people try to get it to work to no avail. I will come back and change this to a five-star review once they get that utility out of beta. Their utility has been in beta for far too long and it’s time for them to go ahead and produce version 1.0 that supports this camera.

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