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Canon EOS 450D / Digital Rebel XSi

Just around two weeks of buying my XTi Canon unveiled its new entry-level dSLR that will replace Canon 450D / Digital Rebel XTi.



as usual, the best review can be found at dpReview.com only if I was somewhere else, I'd be able to return some bucks or even pay little to get the new release.

Key features include:


  • 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor


  • Canon’s EOS Integrated Cleaning System


  • 3.5 frames per second


  • 3-inch LCD with Live View shooting


  • 9-point wide-area AF system with f/2.8 cross-type centre point


  • Picture Style image processing parameters


  • DIGIC III image processor


  • Digital Photo Professional RAW processing software


  • Compact and Lightweight body


  • Fully compatible with all Canon EF and EF-S lenses


  • Fully compatible with all Canon EX-series Speedlites








[tags] canon 450d, dslr, digital rebel, new release, xti canon, canon, photography, cameras, digital [/tags]

Comments

  1. The sad world of new gadgets!
    Don't worry, the minute a new camera is announced the price of the old one is slashed. So it'll still be painful

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  2. i really need a camera
    mafi wa7ad bebi3 beta2sit

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  3. I'm two models behind now :D

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  4. /me in is in Love with the cam <3
    Not my next pay check, the one after I promise its for a cam lol. asides from being cheated out lol mabroukeh!

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  5. You really should be more than a hobbyist to buy a dSLR camera.

    I wouldn't know how to use it even if I got one, I just got a Sony Cybershot DSC-H9. It's their top of the line none-dSLR. Since I'm a complete newbie to photography, it's automation is exactly what I need. I particularily like that it takes high resolution videos too. Luckily I managed to find an 8GB memory stick for it at Carrefour for a reasonable price. Besides with dSLR, you need 2big wads of cash. One for the Camera, and another for the lense.

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  6. Qwaider
    Yeah, this is why I'm whining to have some International return policy.
    Wedad
    No, not that I know in Jordan, Maybe they should be some initiative like they did with computers. A Camera for every Citizen ;)
    Batoul
    Yala, Work it out.

    Hani Obaid
    I'm hobbyist as in not taking it as a career *yet*.
    I still have another point and shoot body, Canon S3 IS which is good to have especially for high quality videos.

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  7. I'm two models behind now too.
    And the 450D is a sweet camera, but well you can always upgrade in the future :)

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  8. Hey there peepz !
    I called most of the shops in Amman looking for the 450D but I cannot find it :( .. Ooh can u guys please tell me where it is available ?! Thaanx.

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  9. yeah i know from where u can buy it in Jordan,,
    but i think u can have it cheaper from saudi arabia .

    I can provide u with the Phone numbers.

    Ammar
    ammar_super99@hotmail.com

    it coast in jordan 750 J.D
    but in saudi arabia 600 J.D

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