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Photo Quality With Canon 750D (Rebel T6i)

by Yani
(Sydney NSW)

Canon Rebel t6i - 750D

Canon Rebel t6i - 750D



"Hi, I am wanting help with the quality of my images. I have a Canon EOS750D but I am not sure what quality I should be shooting in? Even when i shoot in RAW which seems to be the largest, the images still look really grainy as soon as I start to zoom in even a little bit.. am I doing something wrong?? Thank you."

Hi Yani,

Thanks for your question about Canon t6i (750D in Australia) image quality. Sorry you're having an issue with your camera. Whether you're shooting RAW or full resolution jpgs, your 750D (t6i in the USA) should not be giving you low quality, grainy, or noisey photos.

Canon 750D-t6i Quality Sensor

The t6i has plenty of pixels. With 24 MP, its APS-C size, and the Digic 6 processor it should give give you great photo quality. The graininess of your 750D/t6i images may be related to your ISO settings

Can you send me a sample image? Send it to Bruce at canoncamerageek.com and I could better advise you on what I think is causing your disappointment with your t6i/750D photography.

Thanks,
Bruce

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by: Stephen BP

You don’t mention what settings you are using.
Are you using an auto setting (eg P) or setting the detailed settings yourself.
For example, if you find your way into the menus and set the maximum ISO to 1000 you are unlikely to get noisy photos.
On a sunny day, if you then set the aperture to say f8 and let the camera choose its shutter speed, then you should get a perfect photo.
This will also depend on what lens you have on. You should match the focal length to the shutter speed. For example if you are using a zoom at 200mm you shouldn’t let the camera chose a longer exposure than 1/200.
If you can’t make this work you have to open the lens to say f4.
So the short(ish) answer to to get off Auto and start using different ISO, fstop and shutter speed. Your camera is very capable, you just have to unleash its potential.
These are all start point settings, the more experience you get, the more you can adjust them. I accidentally took a photo at ISO 52800 yesterday. Very interesting.

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