Question about Canon EOS 600D Rebel T3i Digital Camera with 18200mm lens
There are several points here. The number of shots available at any time is dependant upon :-
1. The state of charge of the battery
2. The use or non-use of the flash
3. The size of the SD card used for recording the pictures.
The number of shots left is given on the bottom right hand corner of the LCD screen and should presumably take these things into account from past history. Otherwise the number may just reflect the space left on the SD card. In terms of continuous shooting, it takes about 3.7 shots per second whilst the shutter button is held down, presumably until the battery runs out, or the SD card is full. All the above details are available in the camera User Guide which can be downloaded and saved from here:-
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