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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









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