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The Canon Rebel T7i looks extremely similar to the previous model (T6i) but look inside and there have been some significant upgrades. The T7i features an all new 24MP "DualPixel CMOS AF" sensor - the sensor not only captures the image, it also acts as part of the autofocus system. This significantly improves autofocus capability when using the camera in Live View mode (using the LCD screen as the viewfinder). The autofocus system is also upgraded - the T7i uses 45 focuspoints compared to the 19 points in the T6i.

Additional changes include:

- the lastest Canon Digic 7 processor (faster than the Digic 6 in the T6i)
- 60fps HD 1080p video recording
- higher ISO setting for low light recreational shooting
- more power efficient - Canon rates the battery at 600 shots per charge (vs. 440 for the T6i)
- 6 frame-per-second continuous shooting for recreational shooting

Built-in Wi-Fi is a very nice addition to the T7i but it doesn't work the way that most dental offices would like. You can use your smartphone, tablet or computer to view images on the camera's memory card and you can also control the camera using one of these devices as a live view remote. You can also transfer images once they have been captured on the memory card, but the camera will not automatically transfer the images to a device. If you would like this capability, then the popular Eye-Fi Wi-Fi memory card is your best bet.
Nissin's MF18 macro flash is the first of five flash options for E-TTL flash control on the T7i. The MF18 is very similar to the Canon MR-14EX macro flash in that it is also a dual tube flash that is shaped like a ring. Each side of the flash has two possible positions: in next to the lens or each side can expand slightly out to the side. (shown above - image #3)

The Canon MR-14EX II macro flash is the second flash option. The MR-14EX II's flash head is shaped like a ring flash, but it is actually "split" into two arced tubes. This gives you the even illumination of a ring, but still allows you to vary the power from side to side. This affords you more creative control over the lighting. (shown above - image #1)

The third option is the Metz MS-1 wireless macro flash. The Rebel T7i is the latest Rebel models that have a built-in wireless speedlight controller. To use the Rebel T7i with the Metz MS-1, you simply pop-up the built-in flash and camera controls the flash output for a proper exposure every time. This combination is lighter and more balanced than the other two flashes and there is no power pack on top of the camera or a cable from the camera to the flash.
(shown above - image #2)


The fourth option is the Canon 270EX II Wireless Macro System with R2-U Bracket (shown below). The package includes two Canon 270EX II flashes and the R2 bracket. The T7i's built-in wireless flash transmitter controls the Canon flashes for a perfect exposure.

The fifth option is the Nissin i40 Wireless Macro System with R2-U Bracket. The package includes two Nissin i40 flashes and the R2 bracket. The built-in wireless flash transmitter controls the Nissin flashes for a perfect exposure.

There are four lens options for the T7i: the Tokina 100mm macro lens (18oz.), the Canon EF-S 60mm macro lens (11.5oz.), the Canon EF 100mm macro lens (20.5oz.) and the Canon EF 100mm L macro lens (22oz.). All four lenses offer very similar optical quality while the Canon EF 100mm L macro lens adds Canon's Image Stabilization (IS) system. The IS system makes focusing easier - a sophisticated system measures movement and counteracts the movement by shifting lens elements. If you are taking a mirror shot and you have the mirror in one hand and the camera in the other, you will be amazed how much more stable the image is in the viewfinder.

The Canon EF-S 60mm macro lens is recommended for orthodontic offices as most ortho practices take a specific series of photos: portraits along with anterior, buccal and occlusal intraoral views. The working distance (the distance from the lens to the subject being photographed) with the 60mm is less than the 100mm and 105mm lenses which makes taking ortho views easier.

For all other dental practices, a 100mm or 105mm macro lens is recommended to allow shooting smaller fields, especially in the posterior. These lenses have enough working distance to allow 1:1 closeup magnifications anywhere in the mouth. If you have any questions about which lens is best for your needs, please call us.

This table shows the evolution of the Canon Digital Rebel models:

Model Date
Announced
Resolution LCD Screen Live
View?
Wireless Flash
Capability?
Video?
Rebel 8/2003 6.3MP 1.8" - 115,000 pixels No No No
Rebel XT 2/2005 8.0MP 1.8" - 115,000 pixels No No No
Rebel XTi 8/2006 10.1MP 2.5" - 230,000 pixels No No No
Rebel XSi 1/2008 12.2MP 3.0" - 230,000 pixels Yes No No
Rebel XS 6/2008 10.1MP 2.5" - 230,000 pixels Yes No No
Rebel T1i 3/2009 15.1MP 3.0" - 920,000 pixels Yes No Yes - 1080p HD
20 fps
Rebel T2i 2/2010 18.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2) Yes No Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T3 2/2011 12.2MP 3.0" - 230,000 pixels (3:2) Yes No Yes - 720p HD
25/30 fps
Rebel T3i 2/2011 18.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2)
articulating LCD
Yes Yes Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T4i 6/2012 18.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2)
articulating touchscreen LCD
Yes Yes Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T5i 4/2013 18.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2)
articulating touchscreen LCD
Yes Yes Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T5 2/2014 18.0MP 3.0" - 460,000 pixels (3:2) Yes No Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T6i 2/2015 24.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2)
articulating touchscreen LCD
Yes Yes Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T6s 2/2015 24.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2)
articulating touchscreen LCD
Yes Yes Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T6 3/2016 18.0MP 3.0" - 920,000 pixels (3:2) Yes No Yes - 1080P HD
24/25/30 fps
Rebel T7i 3/2017 24.0MP 3.0" - 1,040,000 pixels (3:2)
articulating touchscreen LCD
Yes Yes Yes - 1080P HD
24/30/60 fps



Click here to open a chart comparing the specs of the Canon & Nikon SLR cameras

What's Included in the Package?
Complete systems (camera, lens and flash) also include an 8GB memory card, USB memory card reader and a professional grade hard case. The case is designed to hold the camera completely assembled and well protected.

The complete camera system is pre-assembled and tested. It is shipped to you in a professional hard case with custom PhotoMed instructions for clinical use. The complete system also includes unlimited telephone/email technical support and loan equipment support if anything ever needs repair (Continental U.S. only). Unlike other sources, we never charge for tech support or loan equipment (except shipping charges).

Accessories are too numerous to list here. PhotoMed carries everything you might need for your Rebel T7i: memory cards, memory card readers, recreational lenses, etc. Give us a call and we'll help you decide which accessories will work best for you.

Our technical experts have answers to all your digital questions. Call for more information.


Canon Rebel T7i System Pricing
There are three lens and five flash choices for your Canon Rebel T7i Systems - use the grid below to determine the price of your system. Please call or email us if you have any questions regarding lens and flash configuration.
T7i Systems
w/Tokina 100mm lens
w/Canon 60mm lens
w/Canon 100mm lens
wCanon L 100mm lens
w/Nissin MF18
macro flash
$2099.00
$2099.00
$2279.00
$2699.00
w/Metz MS-1
macro flash
$2199.00
n/a* (see note #3 below)
$2349.00
$2749.00
w/Canon
MR-14EX II
macro flash
$2369.00
$2369.00
$2549.00
$2949.00
w/(2) Canon 270EX II
flashes and
R2-U Bracket
n/a* (see note #1 below)
n/a* (see note #2 below)
$2549.00
$2949.00
w/(2) Nissin i40
flashes and
R2-U Bracket
n/a* (see note #1 below)
n/a* (see note #2 below)
$2689.00
$3089.00
*#1 - This option is not recommended as the Tokina lens extends in/out as it is focused making it more difficult to use with the R2 bracket.
*#2 - This option is not recommended as the working distance with the Canon 60mm is shorter than the other lenses making it more difficult to use with the R2 bracket.
*#3 - This option is not recommended as the working distance with the Canon 60mm is shorter than the other lenses making it more difficult to use with the Metz flash.



Canon Rebel T7i Options and Recommended Accessories
Listed below are popular accessories for the Canon Rebel T7i. Please call or email us if you have any questions regarding options or accessories.
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only $99 when purchased with a camera system - reg. $149
$99.00
AAA Rechargeable NiMH battery kit - quick charger and 4 AAA batteries
(recommended for use with Metz MS-1 macro flash)
29.00
AA Rechargeable NiMH battery kit - quick charger and 4 AA batteries
(recommended for use with Canon and Nissin macro flashes)
29.00
Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS II Zoom Lens (White Box packaging) Compare at $199
99.00
8GB SD Class 10 Memory Card - high speed SD memory card for HD video recording
15.00
16GB SD Class 10 Memory Card - high speed SD memory card for HD video recording
20.00
32GB SD Class 10 Memory Card - high speed SD memory card for HD video recording
25.00
extra lithium-ion rechargeable battery for Canon Rebel T7i
65.00


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