Canon EOS Rebel T3i / 600D / Kiss X5

Canon EOS Rebel T3i / 600D / Kiss X5
When used with an Eye-Fi card, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i / 600D / Kiss X5 stays powered on until wireless media uploads are complete, has an onscreen icon, and offers the ability to enable/disable the Eye-Fi cards Wi-Fi via the camera menu.
Eye-Fi Connected This camera is
Eye-Fi Connected!

Eye-Fi X2 Cards

Yes, these cards will work in this camera!

16GB Mobi 16GB Pro X2 32GB Mobi 8GB Mobi

Known Issues

  • Eye-Fi wireless transferring is disabled by default. Change the settings in the camera so that Eye-Fi wireless transferring is enabled.
    • With the Eye-Fi Card inserted press "MENU"
    • Go to the first yellow wrench tab
    • The last option listed is "Eye-Fi settings"
    • Highlight and press "Set"
    • Select "Eye-Fi trans." and set it to "Enable"

Earlier Eye-Fi SDHC Cards

Yes, these cards will work in this camera!

  • 4GB Anniversary
  • 4GB Explore Video
  • 4GB Geo X2
  • 4GB Home Video
  • 4GB Pro
  • 4GB Share Video
  • 8GB Explore X2

Known Issues

  • Eye-Fi wireless transferring is disabled by default. Change the settings in the camera so that Eye-Fi wireless transferring is enabled.
    • With the Eye-Fi Card inserted press "MENU"
    • Go to the first yellow wrench tab
    • The last option listed is "Eye-Fi settings"
    • Highlight and press "Set"
    • Select "Eye-Fi trans." and set it to "Enable"

Earlier Eye-Fi SD Cards

Yes, these cards will work in this camera!

  • 2GB Explore
  • 2GB Geo
  • 2GB Home
  • 2GB Share

Known Issues

  • Eye-Fi Classic SD Cards are not capable of being used when recording long videos. Video recording will quit after only a few seconds. Eye-Fi Classic SD Cards are not able to perform at the write speed requirements of the camera when recording video. Taking pictures, however, works without issue.
  • Eye-Fi wireless transferring is disabled by default. Change the settings in the camera so that Eye-Fi wireless transferring is enabled.
    • With the Eye-Fi Card inserted press "MENU"
    • Go to the first yellow wrench tab
    • The last option listed is "Eye-Fi settings"
    • Highlight and press "Set"
    • Select "Eye-Fi trans." and set it to "Enable"