Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
Nowadays most people rely on their phone camera to take selfies, group photos and document spur of the moment events, and that’s fine. However, when you are capturing your baby’s first smile, first steps, your child’s winning pitch or an amazing sunrise, you really should be using a camera! Trust me, if you don’t already own a camera, you should invest in one. You will thank me years down the road when you look back at those photographs and relive all those special moments.
Through December 20th, 2014 you can visit any Best Buy or Best Buy.com and purchase the Canon EOS Rebel T5i Camera that is on sale for only $699.00 (you will be saving $150). The Canon Rebel T5i camera is a great choice when you are deciding to invest in a higher end electronic. It is easy to operate, has tons of cool features such as a 3-inch LCD touch screen, the capability to email your photos straight from the camera and the 18.0 megapixel resolution which means you will get some awesome crisp and detailed photos.
Another thing that I love about this DSLR is that it comes with full HD Video capability. The camera will continually adjust the focus while you record the HD video! This feature is very handy when you are trying to capture a scene that is in constant movement. No more awkward out-of-focus moments!
I don’t personally own this Canon camera but I did scour the internet for customer reviews and I was impressed to find that pretty much everyone who owns this model is extremely pleased with it’s performance. The Canon Rebel T5i is a camera that both beginners and intermediate photographers really enjoy using. It’s an item that can grow with you as you learn all the bells and whistles that it offers.
I was looking through the photographs that I have on my computer and was so glad that I made the decision to document my children’s life events by taking lots and lots of pictures. I look at my teenagers now, and aside from the memories, the other way to vividly remember their childhood are the images I captured years ago. I cherish those pictures more than you could ever imagine, which is why I encourage my friends and family to do the same with their loved ones!