SITELLE is the new imaging Fourier transform spectrograph of the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope. It produces an impressive 4 million spectra in a single datacube in selected bandpasses from 350 to 900 nm. Its large FOV (11'x11') and its high spatial sampling (0.32''/pixel, seeing limited) allow us to study extended objects with an unprecedented view (Drissen et al. 2014). SITELLE's first observations of nearby galaxies revealed its capabilities to conduct detailed studies of emission line regions.