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February 2, 2009

What Makes the Canon EOS 450D Rebel Xsi So Amazing?

I acknowledge that I am a fan of Canon cameras and the EOS Digital Rebel line has always been a personal favorite. The Rebel Xsi performs puts forth a most professional performance at a reasonable price, and is sure to please both the budding amateur and professional photographer alike. Many bought the EOS XTi (400D) for so many years, that Canon was prompted to introducing the next evolution in this lineup: EOS XSi (450D). In this new model, Canon no longer uses "Digital" in the naming of the camera, calling it simply the EOS Rebel XSi or the EOS 450D.
Among the improvements include a new image processor, DIGIC III (which uses the same 1D Mark III), which provides a digital to analog conversion of 14-bit, improved auto focus, noise reduction at high ISO and correction automatic contrast and brightness. The new processor also allows you to take photos at 3.5 frames per second, or take 6 consecutively without a break in top-quality photos or 45 RAW images in JPG. The camera can shoot a remarkably high 12.2 megapixels. It also brings a new 3-inch LCD screen and a promise that your battery will last 50% longer. All this without changing the form factor dimensions.
For the first time in this type of cameras, Canon has stopped using CompactFlash memory cards - traditionally used by professionals - and has begun to use SD and SDHC cards, which are commonly found in models for amateur consumers. The price remains the same as their predecessors: $800 (approximately) for the body only without lens and $ 900(approximately) for the body over a new 18-55mm lens, f/3.5-5.6 optical image stabilizer. IS (image stabilization), is a feature previously only found on professional lenses. This camera became available in mid 2008, and judging by all the improvements will be the best in the already impressive Canon Rebel lineup.
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