Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D review

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If you are an enthusiast photographer who loves to shoot good photos through point-and-shoot cameras or your smartphone cameras and actually is good at it, then there would be a certain time in your photography growth. In that certain period of time, you would no longer be satisfied with your photos. You will start to think of getting your hand on a DSLR.

Getting an entry-level DSLR will boost your photography skills, and you would feel a big change in the quality of your photos compared to the cameras you were using earlier. Entry-level DSLRs are designed so that the users would feel welcomed in the world of professional photography.

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Last updated on February 19, 2021 2:27 am

In any DSLR, whether professional or entry-level ones, there is a bundle of manual controls, lighting options, and interchangeable accessories, providing a touch of professionalism and quality to the photos. Beginners should not be worried by seeing all these controls and buttons on a DSLR camera. Many auto modes would assist them until they are comfortable playing with manual controls and other accessories.

Since 2003, industry giant Canon is creating the EOS Rebel series, which has brought many beginners into photography. The latest addition to the EOS Rebel series is the Canon Rebel T7i, which has replaced the older Canon Rebel T6i. This camera will give you a professional feel with lots of other interesting features at an affordable price. Let’s have a look at it.

Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D Design & Build Quality

Like its predecessor, the Rebel T6i, the latest Canon Rebel T7i has constructed polycarbonate alongside aluminum alloy. This camera’s build quality is satisfactory, but the exterior finish, coated using matt plastic, does not give a pleasing touch to the hands. However, its size is very compact, giving you a sturdy and comfortable grip over the camera. Its weight is 532 grams with battery and memory card inserted, which means it is 20 grams lighter than the T6i.

This entry-level DSLR also features a “guide mode” that helps beginners operate the camera efficiently and explain to them about different techniques in an easy-to-understand language without using many technical terms. This “guide mode” can be turned on or off at any point while using the camera.

Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D Specifications & Performance

  • 24MP APS-C sensor with Dual Pixel design
  • 45 AF points, all of which are horizontally and vertically sensitive
  • Built-in Wi-Fi with Bluetooth and NFC
  • 1080p video at up to 60 fps with electronic IS
  • Fully articulated 1.04M-dot rear LCD
  • 6 fps burst shooting
  • ISO ranges from 100 to 25,600

The 24.2 megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor, a focal length multiplier of 1.6 times, can capture some perfect images. It can capture rich details with balanced saturation. As compared to the Canon T6i, the Canon T7i is brilliant at handling noise. Images captured at low sensitivity levels appear very clean, and there is almost no chroma (color) noise. Although, there is some slightly noticeable luminosity (grain-like noise) in the photos.


The Canon T7i can capture the images at an ISO range from 100 to 25,600. The camera delivers the best image quality when the ISO level is set to 100, where a DSLR is least sensitive to light. On the other hand, noticeable noise grain could be observed when the camera is set to 25,600. A level at which the DSLR is susceptible to lighting conditions.


The T7i provides the photographers with a good continuous shooting rate of 6 fps. If a photographer is shooting in JPEGs using a UHS-I memory card, the camera gives a limit-free shooting in a sequence and could capture many shots. However, capturing only in RAW will allow you to take 28 shots and RAW combined with JPEG to give you only 23 shots.


Talking about the video, the T7i can record some really nice videos, but it does not offer 4K, and the maximum resolution it could offer is the 1920 x 1080p. It can record a video at the rate of 60 fps in normal video recording mode. The built-in microphone can record pretty decently. Canon has also added microphone input for users who want to attach an external microphone with the camera for better voice recording.

The area where the T7i outperforms the DSLRs of the competing brands, including Nikon and Panasonic, while recording videos. This entry-level DSLR camera offers thanks to the “Dual Pixel” autofocus, a smooth and rapid fast autofocus. The “Dual Pixel” autofocus works by putting a phase detection focus on the sensor by dividing each pixel into halves due to which it doesn’t have to go back-and-forth to focus. It can record fast-moving objects brilliantly without any nudge in the video.

Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D Viewfinder & LCD

The design of the Canon T7i is quite similar to the older T6i, with slight changes in the viewfinder and the LCD.  The viewfinder and the LCD are a little larger and brighter. The viewfinder provides the photographer with a scene coverage of 95% with 19mm eyepoint. The touch-enabled LCD measures at 3-inches with 1040K dots and is fully articulated, which means that the photographer can easily shoot in unusual positions, including the overhead position and the self-portrait.

Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D Battery, Storage & Connectivity

A major change in the Canon T7i is the increased battery life. Although it uses the same battery as the Canon T6i, the LP-E17 battery still manages to shoot more than 600 shots with a single charge compared to T6i’s 450. The recommended card to use for the storage purpose is a card with 90 Mbps or any other faster UHS-I card. For connection, there is a Type-C Mini HDMI plus USB 2.0 High-speed data. It also has Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities to transfer the data wirelessly.

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