Canon EOS Rebel T6i Digital SLR with EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens - Wi-Fi Enabled

Canon EOS Rebel T6i Digital SLR with EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens - Wi-Fi Enabled
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Average customer review:
(4.5 stars, based on 158 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #1350 in Camera & Photo
  • Size: 8.70in. x 6.50in. x 5.80in.
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Canon
  • Model: 0591C003
  • Released on: 2015-04-16
  • Fabric type: NA
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 3.98" h x 3.07" w x 5.20" l, 1.22 pounds
  • Battery type: Lithium Ion
  • Display size: 3
  • Included Software: true


  • 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, ISO 100-12800 (expandable to H: 25600)
  • EOS Full HD Movie mode helps capture brilliant results in MP4 format
  • High-speed continuous shooting up to 5.0 fps allows you to capture fast action.
  • 19-point all cross-type AF system allows superb autofocus performance
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC

For gorgeous, high-quality photos and videos that are easy to share, look to the Canon EOS Rebel T6i camera. The EOS Rebel T6i does more, easier, making capturing photos and shooting videos a breeze. Its high-resolution 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor means finely detailed, crisp and natural-looking photographs. Features include: Full HD movies (1080/30p), continuous shooting up to 5.0 fps, 14-bit A/D Conversion, ISO up to 12800, built-in stereo microphone, Vari-angle 3-in. Touch LCD, Hybrid CMOS AF III, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, Advanced Scene Analysis, 7 Creative Filters, and much more. Includes the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens.

From the Manufacturer

Wireless Takes EOS Rebel to The Next Level

Rebel T6i

For gorgeous, high-quality photos and videos that are easy to share, look to the Canon EOS Rebel T6i camera. The EOS Rebel T6i does more, easier, making capturing photos and shooting videos a breeze. Its high-resolution 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor means finely detailed, crisp and natural-looking photographs. An updated light-metering system means well-exposed images. HD videos are effortless with the EOS Rebel T6i's advanced AF that provides speedy and precise focus on subjects. Canon's advanced EOS Scene Analysis system automatically adjusts the camera's settings to produce the best results whether shooting friends, landscapes, sports scenes and in tricky light situations. A first ever for the EOS Rebel line, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC are now available! Wireless connectivity provides a seamless way to exchange images and movies with compatible devices. It's easier and more convenient than ever to share movies and photos, no matter the location. Near Field Communication* (NFC) allows for easy pairing with compatible Android devices** and Canon's new Connect Station CS100 device! With fast performance in a number of shooting environments, the EOS Rebel T6i does the hard work, letting you focus on making gorgeous photos and HD movies.

* Compatible with iOS versions 6.0/6.1/7.0/7.1/8.0/8.1, Android smartphone versions 2.3.3/4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4 and Android tablet versions 4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4. Data charges may apply. With the download of the free Canon Camera Connect app, this software helps enable you to upload images to social network services. Before uploading images, please be aware that image files may contain privacy-related information such as people and places. If necessary, please delete such information. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this software.
** Compatible with Android devices version 4.0 or later.

A Big Sensor for Gorgeous Images

Rebel T6i
24.2 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor

The EOS Rebel T6i camera has a next-generation 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor that can capture images of incredible depth and beauty. With high resolution and an ISO sensitivity of ISO 100–12800 (expandable to H: 25600) the EOS Rebel T6i can capture images of immense quality in more lighting situations than possible with point-and-shoot cameras and camera phones. Advanced technologies combined with sophisticated automatic exposure features make the EOS Rebel T6i easy to use. Simply turn the camera on and feel confident that the results will be stunning whether they're being shared on the web or printed large and displayed on your wall.

DIGIC 6 Image Processor

The EOS Rebel T6i camera is equipped with the DIGIC 6 Image Processor, which makes several important advancements to image quality both in photos and video. Improved light sensitivity allows for higher resolution with less noise when shooting in dark conditions. The DIGIC 6 Image Processor also enhances the camera's performance capabilities, powering full resolution high-speed continuous still and video shooting while providing distortion correction, and much more. Video recording in MP4 format provides better compatibility with mobile devices and tablets. Highly compressed MP4 video not only preserves space on your memory card but also improves playback on mobile devices.

Built-in Wi-Fi & NFC for Simple Uploads and Sharing

Rebel T6i
Built-in Wi-Fi

From uploading photos to social networking sites, emailing family and friends, or archiving images to a computer, the EOS Rebel T6i camera offers a number of easy solutions for sharing. The EOS Rebel T6i is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi to make wireless sharing of photos between compatible devices incredibly easy and convenient. Using Canon's new Camera Connect App*, the EOS Rebel T6i can connect to a number of compatible smartphones and iOS devices* for image browsing and transfer.

Rebel T6i
Built-in NFC

Built-in NFC (Near Field Communication) helps provide a virtually seamless connection to numerous compatible Android smartphones**, and the new Canon Connect Station CS100. To transfer your photos and videos, simply tap the EOS Rebel T6i camera to the Connect Station CS100 and the transfer is done! With the Connect Station CS100, you can store, view, and organize all of your photos and videos from just one device.

Rebel T6i
Remote Shooting & Wireless Printing

Wireless capabilities also allow users to use their compatible smartphones or tablets** to remotely control the camera, which is useful for self-portraits and group shots or shooting from a distance as long as the camera is in wireless range. A variety of the camera's expressive capabilities are available to you: use different shooting modes; choose AF frame modes (single-point/face detection); shoot in continuous shooting mode; and utilize the AF button. Just connect to a device using the Camera Connect App* to start capturing photos. Printing to compatible printers supporting PictBridge (Wireless LAN) is quick and easy.

* Compatible with iOS versions 6.0/6.1/7.0/7.1/8.0/8.1, Android smartphone versions 2.3.3/4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4 and Android tablet versions 4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4. Data charges may apply. With the download of the free Canon Camera Connect app, this software helps enable you to upload images to social network services. Before uploading images, please be aware that image files may contain privacy-related information such as people and places. If necessary, please delete such information. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this software.
** Compatible with Android devices version 4.0 or later.

Sophisticated, Automated Movie Recording

EOS Full HD Video

Using technologies designed for professionals and refined for simplicity, the EOS Rebel T6i camera makes gorgeous, polished Full HD videos at the press of a button. Technologies like advanced Hybrid CMOS AF III mean the camera focuses fast, and stays focused, even if the subject is moving. Advanced EOS optics help deliver shallow depth-of-field to provide the beautiful cinematic ambiance seen in professional films. Canon STM lenses provide smooth AF when shooting moving subjects, and the high ISO sensitivity allows the camera to record videos in low light with reduced image noise for clear, sharp footage. An automatic wind noise elimination feature makes sure voices and music do not get drowned out by the sound of the wind blowing. Videos are recorded in MP4 format, which helps provide high quality videos that take up relatively little storage space, but are also easy to share and upload. Canon offers a wide selection of compatible EF and EF-S lenses too choose from, so users have the freedom to create truly unique videos to express their artistic vision. With Canon EOS, it's easier than ever to expand your imaging possibilities.

Faster Focus, Improved Tracking


The EOS Rebel T6i camera features a robust, sophisticated AF system for Live View and video shooting. This Hybrid CMOS AF III focuses incredibly quickly and accurately, and maintains focus even while the subject is in motion. This is incredibly useful when photographing or making videos of fast-moving children or pets when unpredictable movement is involved. Designed for providing the best possible autofocus capability, the EOS Rebel T6i delivers photos and videos with sharp, consistent focus regardless of the shooting situation. When using the EOS Rebel T6i with a Canon STM lens, operation is even smoother and quieter.

Sharp and Clear, with Tactile Controls

Vari-angle Touch Screen ClearView II LCD Monitor

Canon EOS Rebel DSLR cameras that come with a Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch ClearView II LCD monitor use capacitive technology similar to today's popular mobile devices. The screen is touch-sensitive and delivers intuitive touch panel operation. Two-finger touch gestures can be used for zooming or changing images. Menu and quick control settings can be accessed, and focus point and shutter release can be activated with the touch of a fingertip using Touch AF. Displaying fine detail (at approximately 1.04 million dots), this screen is perfect for composing and reviewing images. Thanks to a solid construction between the monitor's resin-coated cover and the liquid crystal display, reflections are minimized, and the display can be viewed, without glare, from any number of angles. The LCD's surface is treated with a smudge-resistant coating to minimize fingerprints and maintain a bright, clear image display.

Fast-Action Shots are Easy to Capture

High-speed continuous shooting

The EOS Rebel T6i camera can shoot up to 5.0 frames per second, continuously. Whether capturing that perfect expression, the game's winning goal, or the bride walking down the aisle, the EOS Rebel T6i delivers the speed and performance for amazing results.

Intelligent Scene Analysis for Exceptional Results

Advanced Scene Analysis

The EOS Rebel T6i camera features an updated scene analysis system that detects the prominent light source in a scene and makes adjustments to the camera's exposure, focus and color settings to account for the prevailing light. A new RGB+IR sensor that's capable of detecting near infrared light and flickering light sources enhances the Scene analysis system's accuracy. This means the EOS Rebel T6i can minimize the effects of fluorescent light; it takes gorgeous photos in twilight, and it can detect skin tones, for accurate exposure and focus in portraits. The camera can even make the greens in landscapes more vivid!

Consistent, High Performance AF

19-point all cross-type AF system

For shooting through the viewfinder, the EOS Rebel T6i camera features an updated 19-point all cross-type AF system with improved tracking of moving subjects perfect for capturing action with accuracy. Cross-type AF points maintain accurate focus even if the camera is held vertically or horizontally, no matter where on the frame focus is first achieved. The EOS Rebel T6i also features three focusing area selection modes that make accurate focus even easier. Single point AF allows users to easily choose any one of the 19 focus points for precise focus. In Zone AF, one of 5 zones is selected and focus is locked within that area of the composition. With 19-point automatic selection AF, the camera detects the subject automatically. This is especially useful in shooting sports or other unpredictable motion.

Simple to Preview, Easy to Shoot

Fun Creative Filters

The EOS Rebel T6i camera comes with a number of different creative filters that are available as presets and can be previewed before shooting. Effects include Art Bold, Water Painting, Fisheye effect, Soft Focus, Toy Camera, Grainy Black and White plus Miniature effect in both still photographs and movie mode. With incredibly different effects, creative filters are a terrific way to express or enhance the mood of a scene and make photography with EOS Rebel DSLR cameras even more fun.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

199 of 211 people found the following review helpful.
5SLR virgins first "Real" Camera
By Jeff Davis
I figure i would write a review for this camera considering there isn't very many. Unfortunately i am very new to photography and this is my first real camera. So far in the 3 days ive owned it i have taken some pretty amazing photos (well they are amazing to me). The camera seems solid and doesn't feel like its going to break. The grip feels nice in my hand and the buttons and menu are easy to navigate. I'm not electronically handicapped so i have been able to figure out the menus maybe faster than the average person. If you are looking for a good entry level dslr camera i would recommend this one. Any questions feel free to ask i will try to answer them! I also bought a Canon EF-S 50-250mm lens so i could have a little better zoom for birds and other wildlife. My next goal for a lens i think will be a 600mm cause i want to be able to take nice photos of wildlife! Enough rambling thanks for reading!

40 of 41 people found the following review helpful.
5Perfect all around camera for any enthusiast
By Joshua McLenachen
The Canon Rebel T6i is a great camera, one of my top 3 favorite cameras. For the price, there isn't a camera that can currently beat it. I recommend this camera to any amateur photographer that wants to take great pictures, or anyone starting out that can see themselves taking photography more seriously a few years down the road and "upgrading."

If you travel it is light and easy to carry without sacrificing any image or video quality. I would say this is it's number one feature. In my personal opinion it is just as good, if not better (because of portability) than the 70D. Save yourself a lot of money and grab this camera. I used my extra cash to purchase Lightroom, a telephoto lens, and a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 Art lens (50mm equivalent). The pairing of the T6i and the Sigma lens is to die for.

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
5(+)Far better than my previous T5i
By Movieskinny
The first few paragraphs outline my journey, reasoning, and learning curve for the T6i purchase.

(+)Far better than my previous T5i. I resold my Amazoned T5i purchase in 2016, and shopped for months for the next move upward. I had heard that many were ditching Canon and Nikon for Sony, and looked at the rx100ii and the a6000-6500, but kept coming back to Canon for great optics at affordable rates. Canon has such a huge lineup of lenses that have been around for years, it didn't make sense to dump my 24mm, 40mm, 18-55mm, and the 55-250mm, that I kept while selling my T5i on Amazon. I took some wonderful pictures with my T5i too.

(-+)I like shooting animals, birds, flora, and landscapes. I use my cameras primarily with center point auto focus on M. I'm a hunter! I have tried taking auto-focus pictures with the T6i and the T5i at parties, and I guess I'm just too picky to like the outcomes. I want flash and auto working great, but I never see great results. Faces are very often a little soft(with built-in flash). Now, my friend at these affairs has a Sony RX100ii which is the ultimate party camera IMHO. Multi-face detection and more AF points make that camera a no-brain winner for candid pics or poses at parties, with a powerful pocket camera and Zeiss lens. On the other hand, shooting hummingbirds, the T6i is awesome, the RX100ii, forget it(stay with parties and vacations). If I wanted to work harder, like a wedding, in manual mode with a better flash, the T6i would then be the clear party winner. Low light without flash, the Sony RX100ii is amazing. I tested it against a Canon 6d at Yosemite and beat the 6d for those dark scenes(like inside Ahwahnee Hotel). Enough about the RX100ii. The T6i has a video snapshot feature that stitches several seconds of video together into a single movie, which is a much better party option for this camera, and super for trips. In a few minutes people can watch a video of your entire trip to somewhere without boring them to tears with hours of video.

I had used the T5i for about 2 years, and rented the Canon 6d and 80d in the last year while running tests for the next camera purchase. I really wanted the 80d or 6d, but ended up spending money on furniture that was earmarked for camera gear, and had to set my sights on affordability/quality. I rented the 80d for a trip to Eagle Lake in Lassen County, and paired it with a 400mm to shoot eagles/birds and other far off objects. I really don't know why, but that combo did not produce good photos. With my EF-S lenses, I had better luck, and from much closer, like dogs and people in the campground. Again, I'm picky. I'm a bit of a pixel snob. I was very disappointed, but remember, I rented these and do not know how they have been handled previously. 80d is over a $1000 new, and under that used. As for the Canon 6d and its full frame sensor, WOW! Now that is a $1500 camera worthy of its entry fee. Photos were the best I've ever taken. I took that on my new favorite two day trip circuit, Yosemite and then Fresno Zoo. Don't laugh people, the Fresno Zoo is up and coming with world class amenities!! Amazing animal/bird photos and landscapes in Yosemite. I was also using the Canon 70-200mm f2.8L for a super combo. OK, I couldn't afford that $3000 combo option after my furniture spending. So I came back to earth, with awesome photos in hand, and set my wallet towards something more practical but hi-tech.

(+)So the year long journey ended at the Canon T6i. I had the four lenses already, so that made this purchase even easier. By the way, remember what I said about party photos, I purchased the camera from someone that had shot several weddings, and I can see why he sold it. There are other far superior wedding cameras, like a 6d for sure. I rated this camera 5 stars, because it combines great features, photos, and a great price. I can definitely see better photos with the same lenses listed above. The Digic 6 processor with 24mp is producing far nicer pictures than the T5i. When I bought the T5i, many people did not move to that camera from T4-3-2, because they just didn't see the better features. I think this is the first huge jump from one iteration to the next. My pictures of birds are far better than T5i. There aren't flowers out yet, so nothing to report there. I have only used this with STM lenses and the primes of 24mm/40mm. I can't wait to connect a Canon 70-200mm f2.8L lens on this T6i, and hopefully see a big jump up from my 55-250mm.

(+)My first big outing with T6i was to the Sacramento Wildlife Refuge. Millions of birds, no really, millions! I took the best hawk photos I've gotten to date, best birds in flight, and video of thousands in flight. I paid $550 for the T6i, and that is the best camera at that price point. Refuge had deer, eagles, ducks, geese, hawks, and tons of varieties of each. The video on the T6i is really good HD at 30 frames per second. The other more expensive cameras give you 60 frames per second or 4k video. The 80d had time lapse video with 60fps which sounded really fun, but never got a chance to try it. I don't own a 4k TV yet, and didn't need 4k video. The T6i kills the competition(and higher end Canon cameras too) with one big, tilt out swivel feature, and flippable LCD screen. 2nd huge one that beats most other cameras(again other $$$ Canons too), is the touch screen, and is completely awesome. A movable touch screen moves this camera to the head of the line for most Canon cameras and the competition. Most pros, always say they thought it was a gimmicky feature, until they started using one. Try shooting a shot overhead or down at your shoes in water or mud, forget it!! You will move on or take a dumb pic. None of Canons cameras above this(OK, T6s) have a tilt out and touch screen LCD screens. I still cannot verify, from my use, that the 80d was a better camera which has tilt-touch. Video is touted as better, but I did not use it.

(-+)I was liking the fact that the T6i had NFC and wireless capability, compared to my old T5i which did not. I loaded the Canon software on my android phone and controlled the cameras basic functions from the phone for remote shooting. Fun feature, but usually for full auto applications that I don't usually utilize. NFC, I set that up and tried it out, but i usually shoot in RAW mode, and phones don't display RAW, I'm guessing, and my android is 4 years old now. So again, a nice add-on, but connecting a USB to the computer or pulling the SD card is more functional for picture or video transfer. Reviewing your photos on the camera, is again, way better than other cameras NOT offering touch screen. You can zoom in instantly to see how good that photo really is, instead of jockeying buttons or dials!! BIG PLUS!! Of all the Canon cameras I have used in the last two years, the T6i, has the worst battery life. Now I say worst, and that sounds bad, but you can get a full day of several hundred pics on a battery. The T5i and T6i are rated the same as 440 pictures on a battery(what is that the lowest jpeg quality with 440 shots in a row and then shutting down??) I have never seen 440 shots from either one of these cameras, which at single shooting mode, could take a couple days for many people. I purchased the camera with three batteries and do burn through at least one battery in half a day of a couple hundred single shots, with camera being on a lot. The Canon 6d and 80d, have ridiculously good battery life, which is hard to burn through in a day of casual shooting. I still think the T5i has better battery life, which is a subjective analysis. I had three of those batteries, and rarely got to the second one or spares. All batteries charge fairly fast. Get a USB charger or an AC/DC cigarette lighter adapter for the ultimate in recharging on the go. AC charges devices much faster and they are cheap to buy.

There are a lot of great cameras out there now, and they are exponentially getting better. Like the giant steps from T5i to the T6i, the advancements are bigger. Canon has two other cameras above this, not counting the T6s, 80d and the 6d, and the 6d is the clear winner beyond the T6 lineup, but again at another $1000!! I still have hopes for a 6d, and a 70-200mm f2.8L(with IS or not). I got so-so results from my 80d usage. That 6d+f2.8L combination for picture taking is all you need to approach professional photography at $3000+ new. My recommendation for new buyers on a budget, get this or the T6s body only, and spend a couple more dollars on great lenses. I find I use a 40mm and 55-250mm STMs, with the 24mm and 18-55mm STMs getting less use. A couple of better lenses than these will yield even sharper graphics. Many times the 18-55mm kit lens is FREE with the purchase, nice bonus. Read the manual, or get David Busch's T6i/T6s manual on Kindle or print(Kindle is better). His version actually teaches many camera basics along with the T6 usage/features, smart guy. I'm still learning every time I pick up the camera. Read these things with camera next to you, and pick it up and try everything.

The T6i is a powerful camera packed into a small space. I fixed these photos only minimally, with none being Lightroomed or Photoshopped. I learned a lot on the T5i, and have learned to take better photos, and this Y6i is definitely a much better camera. Seeing is believing. I went back and looked at T5i moon pictures that didn't even measure up! The kit lens combos with the T6i are really inexpensive too. For an extra $200 you can get $500 in lenses with a new camera purchase. Get one!

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