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High Quality Images 12.2 megapixels Canon-developed CMOS sensor captures superb image quality with low noise and natural colour Capture more detail and colour Acting as the brain inside the camera, this chip produces unsurpassed detail and 14-bit colour Sharp Focusing 9-point AF for ultra sharp images. You can manually select any of the 9 points to ensure correct sharp focus Fast shooting Capturing 3.5 fps with the ability to capture 53 shots in a single continuous burst: JPEG Live View Modes In tricky shooting situations such as crowds or confined spaces, you can view and compose images in real time on the huge 3.0” LCD monitor.
Canon EOS 450D / EOS Rebel XSi Digital Camera with 18-55mm lens
pros: Easy to use menu and settings, good quality pictures, flexible lens, variety of settings.
cons: Sometimes lags when used with flashm, does not have flexible LCD screen.
A reliable camera for a decent price
I had this camera for 4 years and it still works perfectly. It has some marks of usage, but in gener... See Full Review
pros: Great pictures, light weight body, many accessories available, quality brand, great results
cons: Photos are huge and can take up a lot of space on your computer.
Very user friendly
I had a 35mm Canon Rebel X camera before I bought this camera about 2 years ago. Canon has a l... See Full Review
pros: Takes really good action shots for the price.
cons: There is no video.
Great camera, very easy to use and has decent quality for the price. The standard lens is ok, but I'... See Full Review
pros: Large screen, qualtiy construction, easy for intermediate photographer to use, fantastic quality photos!
cons: A little complex for a beginner, only takes SD card, weak shutter
Fantastic Camera for the Intermediate Photographer!
I've been snapping pictures since I got my first film camera when I was 12. I never dreamed I... See Full Review
pros: Clear photos, easy to use!
cons: Fairly Expensive but worth every penny!
Professional Pictures, Amateur handler...
I LOVE this camera! The Pictures were clear and came to life! It was extremely easy to use and under... See Full Review
pros: Lots of features, easy lens change.
cons: Good lenses can be expensive.
XSi takes great photos
I've had this camera for not quite three months now and I like it more now than when I first got it.... See Full Review
pros: Large and very clear viewing screen.
cons: The down time between shots.
I received this for a gift. I had a Nikon that seemed great but with in 6 months it started to slowl... See Full Review
pros: excellent image quality, good array of Canon lenses, solid build quality
cons: price, bulky size compared to a point and shoot.
An awesome consumer grade SLR and now an even better value!
About 3 years back, I finally got my first digital camera, a Canon Powershot A540. The Powershot was... See Full Review
pros: Great quality, decent price, sharp pictures, beautiful color, decent price. Wife happy with it!
cons: Some features a bit complicated at first.
Bought the kit which included a carry bag for the camera and lenses, 18-55 mm lens, extra battery, c... See Full Review
pros: Instructions are good, and it's fairly easy to use.
cons: CF pins break for no reason, thus rendering the camera useless.
Bad Product, Bad Service
I bought this camera for my husband in December of 2007 at Costco in Warrenton, Oregon. He never had... See Full Review
|LCD Screen Size||3 in.|
|Digital Zoom||Without Digital Zoom|
|Image Resolutions||4272 x 2848|
|Camera Resolution||12.4 Megapixel|
|Image Sensor Type||CMOS|
|Interchangeable Lens||Interchangeable Lenses|
|Shutter Speed||1/4000 - 30 sec|
|Frames Per Second||3.5 Frames|
|Flash Type||Built-In & External|
|Flash Functions||Flash Off|
|Memory Type||SD Card|
|Self Timer||12 Sec.|
|Viewfinder / Display|
|LCD Screen Resolution||230,000 pixels|
|Display Type||With LCD Screen|
|LCD Protected Position||Without LCD Protected Position|
|Video Interface||Video Out|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Operating System||Apple Mac OS X|
|Family Line||Canon EOS|