May 11, 2021

Canon EOS Rebel SL3 Review

Dave Paul and Evelyn Drake review the new Canon EOS Rebel SL3. Is this new DSLR camera a step forward or backward for Canon in terms of technology and features? Watch to find out.

Canon EOS Rebel SL3 –

Videography by Brendan Schmidt

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23 thoughts on “Canon EOS Rebel SL3 Review

  1. Everyone keeps talking about this camera having 4K video but it has a severe crop factor it’s pointless to use it. Instead, they need to be bringing up the fact that it has clean HDMI output which the M50 does not without sacrificing autofocus. It also gives you metering for your audio levels during video which the M50 does not. Everyone keeps advertising this 4K crap. I don’t care about 4K! I’ve also consider the M50 but its battery life is not very good.

  2. The one big plus the SL3 has over the M50 is that it accepts all of the Canon EF and EF-S lenses directly. You have access to all that glass. With the M50 you need to invest in a different mount and there are not that many M50 lenses available by comparison.

  3. I’m in the market for a vlogging camera and doing lots of research. Based off your video, I’m gonna get the M50 and save a $150 bucks. Thanks!

  4. I think I'm the guy they are targeting. I have an older XSi. I have a few EF-S lenses with it. This would be a huge jump up in features and still use my lenses.

  5. Why? It's simple. I asked for it. I shoot nature videos and I love using my Canon cameras. I also have lots of Canon EF lenses, BUT, until now I had to shoot 4K videos with an AFFORDABLE Panasonic FZ1000 or ZS70. So, Canon listened and built this camera us folks on a budget. No bells and whistles, but it shoots 4K and at an AFFORDABLE price AND it uses EF lenses. That's why!
    $500 instead of $3000 for the 5D mark 4.

  6. Not a lot of differences between this and the SL2 so I'll stick with my SL2. A great little travel camera that I can use with all my EF lenses.

  7. They made it because there is some demand so they gave it a nearly invisible refresh and since it is a DSLR they are not going to invest much in it. They are an amazingly penny pinching outfit.  Now, if this were 2012 it would be an interesting and reasonably compelling offering, however in 2019 it is not exciting.  If you want to see part of the problem visit a Walmart and you will find an entire camera section is a pathetically small thing perhaps 1/6 as just a few years ago. The Oreo section alone dwarfs all camera offerings by a factor of 10 or 20 to one.   Best buy, depending on the store is also very unimpressive camera selection as well, but in their largest and most unique stores (I have no idea how many of them they have, but around here there is only 1 really good one) they have a nice camera selection.   The camera market is shrinking and Canon knows this and is not investing in stuff on the way out.  They are moving more up market i.e. expensive due to expected lower volume and targeting mostly pro or high-end enthusiasts because that will remain the bulk of the business, and it will be mirrorless but not right away.  The very high end DSLR 1Dwhatever may last quite a while longer  and perhaps a 5DV and even 5dVI may come as well.  Lower end consumer stuff will be the M cameras, their code M for meh.  Interesting times.  But unless Canon gets real with actual sensor improvement such as dynamic range and IBS and eliminating a low pass filter for better sharpness they will pay for it dearly, the clock is about run out on reboxing old – old -old sensors. Frankly if their next 2 card slot offering in mirrorless isn't a huge improvement I will liquidate the stuff I have and likely just go to Fuji

  8. I think you missed the major "No Sale" point.
    The removal of the center pin in the hotshoe, forcing potential buyers to have to also invest in Canon Branded flashes.

  9. I think your review is kind of a mirrorless biased. You guys reviewed this camera with a continuous comparison with mirrorless option. It's kind of a relative review. There are tons of reasons where an actual dslr is way better than Mirrorless counterparts. They are two different systems & can not be compared logically. It really depends upon the user's preference towards the system he or she likes to use.

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