Before us today are two pretty similar cameras which are obviously made by the same company, and even belong in the same series. These cameras – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – are both entry-level and DSLR cameras.
In a bit, we will be taking you through a quick overview of what these cameras look like when compared with each other. But before then, if you would like to see another comparison of really similar cameras, check out our Canon EOS Rebel T5i vs T6i comparison article.
If you can, make sure to come with us all the way till the end, so that you do not miss the tiny details and differences.
However, if you are in a hurry and you need to make a quick decision, you could quickly run through the next 3 sections of this article.
Comparison Overview – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
These cameras were announced a year apart. The Canon EOS Rebel T5 (also known as the Canon EOS 1200D) was announced in February of 2014.
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i (also known as the Canon EOS 750D), on the other hand, was announced in February of 2015.
Seeing as there is only a year difference between them, we won’t be expecting a wide technology gap, even though one might still favor the more recent EOS T6i. Well, let’s see how that plays out.
First off, each of these cameras comes with an APS-C CMOS sensor. But the T6i’s has a 33 per cent higher sensor resolution that the EOS T5.
Still on screens, the EOS T6i is the only one of these two cameras – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – with a touch sensitive, as well as an articulating LCD screen. This perhaps makes it the more convenient one to shoot with.
Although they both have the exact same video resolution (1920 by 1080), the EOS T6i proves to be more superior in the area of screen resolution, with a staggering 126 per cent higher resolution screen.
Furthermore, the 2015 camera is the only one of the two with an external microphone jack, a built-in Wi-Fi, near field communication technology, and the remote control function.
Anyway, the EOS T5 manages to put up a fight in certain areas. For example, it is the camera with the better battery capacity, and you sure know how important a long lasting battery is for your shooting sprees.
Furthermore, it boasts of a pixel area which is 33 per cent larger than that of the EOS T6i.
This camera is also the more lightweight and more compact of the two. So, you would surely prefer to hold the T5 for longer compared to the T6i.
Which has a better price-value ratio: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i is the one with the better price-value ratio. The T5 is the more affordable camera, yes. But, considering the features it comes with, it won’t be giving you as much value for your dollars as the T6i will.
But hey, before you make your decision, you sure would like to check out the table below that pits these cameras – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – against each other using their major specifications. Let’s check it out!
Comparison Table – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
|Canon EOS Rebel T5||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
|Camera weight||1.06 pounds (480 grams)||1.22 pounds (555 grams)|
|Camera dimensions||5.1 by 3.07 by 3.9 inches||5.2 by 3.07 by 4 inches|
|Sensor||18 mega pixels APS-C CMOS sensor||24 mega pixels APS-C CMOS sensor|
|ISO range||100 to 6400 (expandable to 12800)||100 to 12800 (expandable to 25600)|
|Screen resolution||460k dots||1040k dots|
|Burst mode speed||3 frames per second||5 frames per second|
|Near field communication||No||Yes|
|Flash coverage||9.2 meters||12 meters|
|External microphone jack||No||Yes|
|Battery capacity||500 shots per full charge||440 shots per full charge|
|JPEG buffer||12 shots||Unlimited shots|
Which Is Better Under What Circumstance – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i?
|Canon EOS Rebel T5||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
| If you will be going for shooting sprees very often, then you would need a camera with a long lasting battery.
And of these two cameras in comparison today – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – this is the one whose battery will be giving you more shots per full charge.
| If you want to be able to transfer images with ease and convenience, then this is the one for you.
It is the only one with a built-in Wi-Fi, as well as near field communication, making it extra quick and extra convenient to transfer files from this camera to nearby smart devices.
| If, for convenience, you always look out for lightweight cameras, then the EOS T5 would be your preference today.
This camera weighs reasonably less than 500 grams, and so, won’t be so much of a burden to move around with.
| If you would like to shoot from flexible positions, then this ought to be your pick.
This camera is the only one with an articulating screen. This means that you can tilt your screen to certain angles, enabling you easily take photos from rather difficult angles.
Thanks to this articulating screen, you can also take selfies with this camera.
|If you want a camera with a large pixel area, then this is the camera for you. Its pixel area is 33 per cent larger than that of the T6i.|| If you are more concerned about a good screen resolution, then your decision is a pretty easy one.
This camera’s screen resolution is up to 126 per cent higher than that of the EOS T5. That is just very amazing!
Common Features – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
The two most fundamental similarities that exist between the Canon EOS Rebel T5 and T6i are:
i. They are both entry-level cameras.
ii. They are both DSLR cameras.
What Is An Entry-Level Camera?
Entry-level cameras are those which are made primarily for beginners; people who haven’t much knowledge of how a camera works.A typical entry-level camera is very user-friendly and portable. It is also very affordable, and you probably know why.
These such cameras do great for daily photography, especially when the photos are for unprofessional usage.
What Is A DSLR Camera?
A digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera is, as the name implies, one with a lens and a reflex mechanism. Now, because of this reflex mechanism, DSLR cameras are known to come with mirrors and optical viewfinders.
In these cameras, light is captured by the camera’s lens and is sent to the mirror. The mirror then bounces off the light and sends an image to the optical viewfinder where the shot is previewed and framed before being captured.
An optical viewfinder shows the image in the lens’ frame exactly as it is; and the good news is, there is no lag when you preview images using this viewfinder.
DSLRs are commonly compared to mirrorless cameras. The earlier comes with a mirror and optical viewfinder, while the other comes with an electronic viewfinder and no mirror.
Well, these cameras we are looking at today – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – are both DSLR cameras. So, you know what features we are expecting.
The features common to both the Canon EOS Rebel T5 and T6i are:
i. Optical viewfinder
ii. Built-in flash
iii. External flash hot shoe
iv. Face detection focus
v. Auto exposure bracketing
vi. APS-C CMOS sensor
vii. RAW support
viii. HDMI output
Let’s now examine each of them…
Optical Viewfinder (OVF)
Like we said, this feature is what helps you preview photos before taking your shot. It is unique to DSLR cameras.
More so, this feature will come in handy when you have to shoot in direct sunlight.
When light is hitting the screen directly, it becomes very difficult to see what is being displayed on that screen. But with a viewfinder, you would not have to be bothered by the effect of the sun on your shooting.
Both these cameras are equipped with the pentamirror optical viewfinder, which, although is not the best type of OVF there is, is not exactly a bad choice for beginner cameras.
A built-in flash is a feature you surely are already familiar with, and in whatever device you have it, its job is the same. It provides a burst of light to help you get brighter images while you shoot.
The built-in flashes of these cameras work pretty well. That of the EOS T5 is a pop up flash, while that of the T6i isn’t.
Anyway, the EOS T6i’s flash has a longer range of coverage than that of the EOS T5. The earlier boasts of a 12 meter range, while the latter has a 9.2 meter flash coverage range.
External Flash Hot Shoe
Now, in situations where the light that the built-in flash provides doesn’t produce the level of results you desire, each of these cameras – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – still goes on to give you another lighting option.
The external flash hot shoe, as you probably already know, is the feature that accommodates external flashes.
So, if you think you need to improve on the results of the built-in flash, getting a good external flash and mounting on this hot shoe just atop the camera is one way to go.
The interesting thing about going this way is that you can always get better. Therefore, you can keep improving the quality of images you can get just by shopping for better external flashes in the market.
Face Detection Focus
The name tells the entire story. This feature helps the camera’s lens identify and focus on human faces in the frame.
It helps to capture all necessary details and to have the picture looking a lot sharper and more professional.
So, yes, even as an amateur photographer, you can still give your photos a professional touch, all thanks to face detection focus.
Auto Exposure Bracketing
When you have to take photos under difficult lighting conditions, this is the feature that is most likely to come to your rescue.
If auto exposure bracketing is properly set, you can hit the shutter button just once, and get about three different exposure settings of a certain image.
You get one normally exposed photo, and the other two are overexposed and underexposed.
This feature can seem complicated if you do not know much about it, but once you get the hang of it you will realize it is one that makes your shooting really efficient and convenient.
This feature will also make HDR photography a whole lot better.
If you do not know how to use this feature, below is a demonstration video which will direct you on how to use auto exposure bracketing on Canon DSLR cameras like the ones we are examining today. Check it out!
APS-C CMOS Sensor
Like was mentioned earlier in this article, these cameras are made with the same sensor type – the APS-C CMOS sensor.
Well, the only difference between the two is in their maximum resolutions. While the EOS T6i has a pretty commendable 24 mega pixel maximum sensor resolution, the T5 is a little lower with 18 mega pixels.
What this means is that images taken with the earlier camera will be containing larger prints and even considerably more details than those taken with the latter. That is how influential the senor resolution is.
Apart from the sensor resolution, the presence of RAW support is another thing that influences the quality of photos you are able to get with your camera.
And well, thankfully, both these cameras – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – are equipped with this feature.
This feature in your camera suggests that you can take photos and have them store without having to compress them or anything. That way, you do not lose any detail or quality.
Photos which are taken in the RAW format, however, are usually very large, and therefore, take up a lot of storage space.
This feature might prove to be not very important to you as an amateur photographer, because photographers mostly shoot in this format for large scale productions, and as a beginner, you won’t be doing so much of that.
These cameras each have a port to which you can connect an HDMI cable. That cable can then be connected to a monitor or television screen so that the camera’s images can be conveniently displayed to a large audience.
This, of course, shortens the long process of first transferring to a laptop.
Unique Features – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
What does the Canon EOS Rebel T6i have that the T5 does not?
i. Touch screen
ii. External microphone jack
iii. Built-in Wi-Fi
iv. Near field communication
v. Remote control
vi. Articulating screen
We earlier established that entry-level cameras are usually very user-friendly, therefore, it is not out of place that an entry-level camera should come with a touch sensitive screen.
So, well, if you agree that a touch sensitive screen makes it easier to access a camera’s features and functions, then you would be saying that the EOS T6i is the more user-friendly of the two cameras, as it is the only one of the two with a touch screen.
What is even more interesting about this camera’s LCD screen is that is designed with a smudge-resistant coating. This helps to maintain a clear display in spite of how many times it is touched on.
External Microphone Jack
The quality of sound a camera can produce is usually an important factor to consider before getting it.
And although both these cameras we are reviewing today – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i – produce good enough sound with their internal microphones, only the latter goes further to provide an option of using an external microphone to improve audio quality.
With a good external microphone, you can, of course, get much better sound quality than with the average built-in microphone.
Transferring files from your camera to a nearby smartphone has been made a lot easier since the Wi-Fi feature was introduced to cameras. And well, only one of the cameras we are looking at today can provide that convenience.
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i comes with a built-in Wi-Fi, and with this, you can create a wireless connection between this camera and your smartphone and transfer images quickly and easily.
So, with this camera, you won’t have much need for USB cables when it comes to transferring files.
Near Field Communication
Wireless connectivity with the EOS T6i gets even better, because not only can you create a wireless connection between camera and phone, you can do that with just one touch.
The near field communication technology enables you to connect your camera with an NFC compatible device just by touching them together. That is really amazing!
Well, you need to note, though, that for you to use this with your smartphone, it is not enough that it is Wi-Fi enabled, you also have to check if it is NFC enabled, and if yes, where the icon is.
Furthermore, to connect your smartphone to the T6i via NFC (or even just Wi-Fi), you have to make sure that you have the Canon Camera Connect app installed on your phone first.
Yes! You can use your smartphone as a remote controlling device for your camera. All you need to do is follow a few steps which we will be showing you soon.
Of course, this needs Wi-Fi to function, so, yes, again, it is unique to the EOS Rebel T6i.
This function is easy to use and it can be a lot of fun, too.
Below is a video that shows you how you can conduct a remote control shooting with the Canon T6i. Watch it!
Yet again, the EOS Rebel T6i is the only one today with an articulating screen. This means that it is the only one that will allow you the luxury of shooting from very flexible positions.
And not only can the LCD screen of this camera be tilted, but it can also be swiveled, making it even more flexible than most flexible camera screens.
So, whether from chest-level, high above your head, very low angles, or other generally difficult angles, this camera, with its fully articulated screen, is just the one to shoot with.
Even more interestingly, thanks to the screen, you will be able to conveniently take selfies with this camera. So, yeah, good news if you are a vlogger, right?
Unique Pros – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
Which has the better battery life: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The Canon EOS Rebel T5 is a camera that will be doing a lot less than the T6i, but somehow it is the only one whose battery hits the mark of half a thousand shots per full charge. That is impressive.
You are assured that with this camera, you will be able to shoot for longer stretches than with the EOS T6i.
Which is more affordable: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The Canon EOS Rebel T5 can be gotten for less than 300 dollars, and that is very affordable, especially for a DSLR camera by Canon.
Its counterpart – EOS Rebel T6i – is not an expensive camera in itself, but this camera is just a lot more affordable that it. We are talking more than half the price. Wow!
Here is a hands-on review of the Canon EOS Rebel T5. It should help with your decision making. Check it out!
Which is better for flexible shooting: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i’s fully articulated screen ensures that you can shoot easily from a number of really difficult angles.
Which is better for selfies: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The rotating screen of the Canon EOS Rebel T6i makes it possible for you to conveniently take selfies with it. The T5 does not have this rotating screen.
Which offers better audio quality: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
You can easily connect an external microphone to the Canon EOS Rebel T6i via the external microphone jack and get audio quality better than what the internal microphone produces. The T5 does not have this jack.
Which has the better ISO performance: Canon EOS Rebel 5 or T6i?
ISO basically refers to light sensitivity. So, the higher the ISO, the more sensitive your camera’s lens is to light. Now, a wide ISO range is generally more preferred, as it allows you more flexibility in this aspect. This is why the EOS Rebel T6i’s 100 to 12800 (expandable to 25600) is pretty commendable for an entry-level camera.
To put this in perspective, you get a hundred per cent higher ISO maximum with this camera than with its counterpart.
With adequate knowledge and application of the ISO, you can get bright images in low light without even having to use a flash.
(However, you have to be careful of very high ISOs, they usually produce too much visual noise in your images.)
Which produces more pixels: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i has a higher maximum sensor resolution than the T5, therefore, you will be getting more pixels in photos taken with the earlier camera.
Which has the higher screen resolution: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i
At 1040k dots, the screen resolution of the Canon EOS Rebel T6i is quite impressive. As a matter of fact, it is a staggering 126 per cent higher than that of the EOS T5.
Which is easier to operate: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
Being the only one with a touch screen, the Canon EOS Rebel T6i will be a little easier to operate than its counterpart. This camera should probably get extra points for this, considering its target market — beginners.
Which has the better JPEG buffer: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
The Canon EOS Rebel T6i has an unlimited JPEG buffer, which means that it can hold an unlimited number of continuous shots. That is absolutely mind-blowing! With this, you will be able to capture more beautiful moments of people on the move. This will be great for sports and wildlife photography.
If you will be taking a lot of photos of people or objects in motion, then you would be really happy about this one.
When you shoot in burst mode (continuous shooting), your camera temporarily stores those shots in a place called the buffer so that the shoot can go on for some time without disturbance.
So, usually, when this buffer is full, the continuous shooting is halted so that photos can be transferred to where they will be permanently stored.
Now, for example, if you have a camera that shoots 5 frames per second on burst mode, with a buffer that can hold up 100 shots per time, it means that after 20 seconds (100/5), your continuous shooting will be halted in order to empty the buffer.
Well, in the case of the EOS Rebel T6i, your burst mode shoot will never be halted on this ground (provided you are shooting JPEG), and that is because the buffer never really gets full.
Which offers wireless connectivity: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
Th Canon EOS Rebel T6i is the only one that allows you transfer files over a wireless connection. And on top of that, it makes the process twice as fast and convenient with the near field communication technology.
Which has a remote control function: Canon EOS Rebel T5 or T6i?
You can use your smartphone to conduct a shoot while using the Canon EOS Rebel T6i.
Below is a hands-on review of the Canon EOS Rebel T6i. Check it out!
Unique Cons – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
Unique Cons Of The Canon EOS Rebel T5
i. No touch screen
ii. Average sensor resolution
iii. Poor screen resolution
iv. Small JPEG buffer
v. No external microphone jack
vi. Fixed screen
vii. No wireless connectivity
viii. No remote control
ix. Average ISO
Let us now look at each of these cons individually…
No Touch Screen
If you are a beginner, the lack of a touch sensitive screen in this camera might be of some concern for you.
Average Sensor Resolution
The maximum sensor resolution of this camera is 18 mega pixels, and even though that is not entirely horrible, it obviously could have been better.
Poor Screen Resolution
At 460k dots, the EOS Rebel T5’s screen resolution is really unimpressive. And this becomes even more evident when compared to that of its counterpart in today’s comparison, which we have already established is 126 per cent higher.
Small JPEG Buffer
The buffer of this camera can hold a maximum of 12 shots per time, which is an annoyingly low number.
To put this in perspective, since this camera shoots 3 frames per seconds in burst mode, it means that your continuous shooting will be paused after every 4 seconds, just to empty the buffer.
Perhaps it is even more frustrating when you recall that its counterpart in today’s comparison has a buffer that can hold an unlimited number of JPEG shots per time.
No External Microphone Jack
With this camera, you will be limited to the audio quality that the internal microphone produces because it does not give an option to use an external one.
The LCD screen of the T5 cannot be tilted, neither can it be rotated nor swiveled. This means that taking photos from difficult angles will not be made any easier.
Furthermore, unlike with the T6i, it will obviously not be possible to take selfies with this camera. This is definitely not good news for the YouTubers reading this.
No Wireless Connectivity
This camera does not come with a built-in Wi-Fi, nor does it come with near field communication. It also does not come with built-in Bluetooth.
What all these mean is that you do not get any form of wireless connectivity with the EOS Rebel T5. This is hardly good news for anyone, especially at this age.
No Remote Control
With this camera, you will be missing out on the extra convenience that comes with controlling your camera with a smartphone.
Perhaps 100 to 6400 (expandable to 12800) is not the worst ISO range in a camera, but it definitely could have been better.
Unique Cons Of The Canon EOS T6i
Poor Battery Capacity
For a camera that does as much as the T6i, we were expecting that it will come with a battery with a commensurate capacity. But well, we were disappointed.
And it is even more disappointing because this is a DSLR camera, and DSLR cameras are known to have really good batteries.
In short, 440 shots per full charge is unimpressive, especially for the Canon EOS Rebel T6i.
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Common Pros – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
|Canon EOS Rebel T5||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
|Good lighting|| This camera has a built-in flash with a 9.2 meter coverage range.
It surely will be helping you get pretty good images in low light.
| This also has a built-in flash, but with better coverage.
You get 12 meters with this one.
|Option for advanced lighting|| Coming with an external flash hot shoe, you can use an external flash on this camera to get even brighter images.
Also, because of this, this camera will be a good option for flash photography.
|Same as the Canon EOS Rebel T5.|
|High quality images||RAW support ensures that you can store the uncompressed versions of your images.||You also can get high quality images with this camera, thanks to RAW support.|
|Good framing||With the optical viewfinder, you will be able to frame your images well, even in direct sunlight.||This camera also has an optical viewfinder.|
|Good portraits||This camera will be producing a lot of amazing portrait photos, thanks to the face detection focus feature.||You also get face detection focus with this camera.|
|Good HDR photography||Auto exposure bracketing ensures that getting the best HDR photos with this camera is smooth and easy.||Same as the Canon EOS Rebel T5.|
|Extend display||You can use an HDMI cable to extend the display of this camera.||You can extend the display of this camera to a bigger screen for large audiences.|
|Lightweight||Weighing less than 500 grams, this camera is surely under the lightweight category. Good for hikes, tours, and daily photography.||Although not as lightweight as its counterpart, this camera is also a lightweight one.|
Common Cons – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
|Canon EOS Rebel T5||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
|No image stabilization|| Without this feature, you might be get many blurry photos, especially if you went shooting without a stand.
It is safe to say this is one feature you will miss a lot if your brand of photography requires that you are always on the move to get the best shots.
|This also does not come with image stabilization.|
|Slow burst mode speed||Speaking of being on the move, photographers who capture people or things on the move need a camera with a fast burst mode speed. And at 3 frames per second, this camera has proven to not be one of those cameras.|| The burst mode speed of this camera, at 5 frames per second, is a bit more impressive than that of the EOS Rebel T5.
And for amateur usage, this camera might not be so bad.
|No panorama||This camera does not come with an in-camera app that allows you stitch photos together to make a panoramic one.||The absence of this feature here might hinder your creativity a bit.|
|No built-in GPS||This means that you won’t be able to geo-tag images taken with this camera.||Same as the Canon EOS Rebel T5.|
|No topside LCD display|| This camera lacks the miniature screen which helps photographers monitor settings while shooting.
This actually might not be much of a big deal for beginners, though.
|Same as the Canon EOS Rebel T5.|
|No slow motion||This camera does not record videos in slow motion.||The lack of slow motion serves another blow to the creative options of this camera.|
|No headphone jack||You will not be able to regulate audio while recording because this camera does not support headphones.||Headphones cannot be used with this camera either.|
|No weather sealing||Without a weather sealing, this camera could be destroyed if weather components like rain, snow, humidity, get into the camera body.||Same as the Canon EOS Rebel T5.|
|No pentaprism viewfinder||Pentaprism optical viewfinders are the more superior type, but this camera comes with the pentamirror optical viewfinder.||This camera also comes with the pentamirror optical viewfinder.|
What Do People Think About Both These Cameras?
|Canon EOS Rebel T5||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
| Apparently, a lot of people love this camera for how very affordable it is, and well, who won’t?
Apart from that, people also seem to love the portability and compactness of this camera. They say it is great for daily photography.
| It appears that there is a lot to love about this camera, because customers couldn’t seem to stop talking about this one.
They love the quality, the screen resolution, sensor resolution, the touch sensitive and flexible screen, among many other things.
| People, however, didn’t seem to be so satisfied with this camera’s performance in video.
The fact that it doesn’t have a flexible screen, nor an external microphone jack seemed only to have made matters worse in this aspect.
| Video, too, was a bit of a problem for photographers with this one.
Yes, it has a screen that can be tilted and rotated, as well as an option to use external microphones, but the actual quality of video it produces left people expecting more.
|Customers were quite satisfied with this camera’s battery, but many complained about the camera itself being too simplistic.|| Photographers seemed pleased that they could take selfies with this camera.
They also appeared pretty enthused about the remote control function. But when it came to battery and image stabilization, all that excitement died.
Our Take – Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
|Canon EOS Rebel T5||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
| Here’s what we think; if you need a camera just to capture beautiful family moments at home, or on a vacation, then this camera is surely not a bad idea.
It is lightweight and compact, has a good grip, very user-friendly, and most of all very pocket friendly. What more do you want?
| On the other hand, if you are a beginner photographer, one who has dreams to make in in the industry in the next few months/years, then go for this one.
Although it is an entry-level camera, it has some really interesting features that could help you shoot photos people would love to pay money for, even while you learn.
| If we were to add one thing to this camera, it would be a flexible screen.
Being able to take selfies with this one would have made it the perfect vacation camera.
| One thing we would have loved to improve about this camera would easily be the battery.
This camera does too much to have a battery that won’t last up to 500 shots.
FAQs — Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6i
What is the difference between the Canon T5i and T6i?
|Canon EOS Rebel T5i||Canon EOS Rebel T6i|
|Camera weight||1.22 pounds||1.27 pounds|
|Near field communication||No||Yes|
|Sensor||18 mega pixel||24 mega pixel|
|PC sync port for flash||Yes||No|
For more differences between the Canon T5i and T6i, check out our Canon EOS Rebel T5i vs T6i – Detailed Comparison
Which is better: Canon Rebel T5 or T6?
If you are on a tight budget, the Canon EOS Rebel T5 will be the better option for you because it is a pretty affordable camera with a good price-value ratio. However, if you are looking for that extra convenience a wireless connection gives you, then the T6 is the better one for you.
It is indeed a close battle between these 2 cameras, so, if you need more information on how they do when compared to each other, check out our Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs T6 – Detailed Comparison.
Is the Canon Rebel T5 a good camera?
The Canon EOS Rebel T5 is a good beginner camera. It is a portable and affordable camera with an 18 mega pixel APS-C CMOS sensor and a pretty impressive battery life for an entry-level camera.
As a pro, you may not like this camera much, but that is simply because it was not designed with you in mind. Amateur photographers, on the other hand, will have so much fun with the Canon Rebel T5.
When did the Rebel T5 come out?
Canon announced the Canon EOS Rebel T5 (Canon EOS 1200D) on the 11th of February, 2014 as a replacement for the Canon EOS Rebel T3 (Canon EOS 1100D) which was released 3 years earlier.
Canon went on to announce the Canon EOS Rebel T6 (Canon EOS 1300D) as a replacement for the Rebel T5 2 years later.
Is Canon T5i a professional camera?
The Canon EOS Rebel T5i is not a professional camera. It is an entry-level DSLR camera, but some photographers have counted it worthy to be named among semi-professional cameras.
The Canon T5i’s touch sensitive, fully articulated screen has made it a huge favorite among amateur photographers and selfie lovers. It is, however, the PC sync port for off camera flashes and the screen resolution that have swayed semi-professionals to the side of the Canon T5i.
Is the Canon 90D a professional camera?
The Canon 90D is a professional DSLR camera and you can easily tell just by taking a quick glance at its features. It has a 33 mega pixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a pentaprism optical viewfinder, a weather sealed body, 11 frames per second burst mode speed, and it shoots 4k.
These features are huge indications that the Canon 90D was designed to be handled only by professionals. Also, the price of this one crosses the 1000 dollar mark; another huge indication of a professional camera.