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June 20, 2009

Why Buy a Canon Rebel XT When the XT and XSi Are Available?

Well, the other day I was talking with a friend about the old Canon EOS 350D / Digital Rebel XT. This reflex camera is without doubt better than the previous 300D. I have used a Canon EOS 300D and it really is quite nice for what the price. But the 350D has some significant differences that are important to consider when comparing the two models. While the XT, and XTi further improve on this stalwart, the price is considerably higher.
Canon EOS 350D Digital Rebel XT
Images can be captured in two different ways: using eigher the 8-megapixel CMOS or DIGIC II processor. This new version creates images up to 3472 x 2312 pixels. The sensor is APS-C 3:2, evolving from the legacy of film cameras. It comes with a filter (Low-Pass) that improves image quality by removing the IR but also allows the CMOS sensor and DIGIC II processor to minimize problems such as false color-lit areas.
General Characteristics
Most photographers will agree with me that nothing is more essential as lightweight photographic equipment. Many know what it feels like to lug a tripod, a gear bag, lenses, filters, a battery or two for different every camera you own. So, any compact camera design and materials usage that lightens the load, gets my vote. This camera is a 25% smaller than its predecessor and is 10% lighter. Plus, it be operated easily with one hand.
This camera offers a continuous shooting mode that lets you take 3 frames per second and process up to 14 photos at a time. An important feature for those who tend to get into high speed and volume photography. The shutter speed is equal to the predecessor: 1 / 4000 and flash sync at 1 / 200. The camera starts in 0.2 seconds and has a backlog of 100 milliseconds shooting which lets you take pictures and work more efficiently. This model has 7 points and 3 auto auto modes.
Connectivity in the Rebel XT comes with a few changes. This time the camera uses USB 2.0, which transfers pictures between the camera and computer ten times faster and considerably more efficiently. This explains how one can connect the camera to the laptop and take photographs from the computer directly to their laptop. This feature alone has many applications. Especially, if you consider scientific applications, or advertising where the environment will require minimal changes the photographer needs to be away from the camera and operate other equipment. Especially when using mechanical assistants that utilize tripods and other electronic devices. Additionally, many photographers tend to easily take 1 GB of photos very quickly, making it slow to download a lot of photographs all at once. Many end up buying flash card readers to speed up the process.
Some facts about the lenses, file formats.
The lens system is compatible with EF lenses, including EF-S lenses. The system aims using a EF mount. The effectiveness is less than 8 megapixels, but the camera pulls up to 8.2 (as well as the 20D). The most common formats are available for this camera, including RAW (Exif 2.21), and DCFS 2.0. The camera saves bot RAW + JPEG.
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