Jun 3, 2005

Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT Review

The Canon EOS 350D, sucessor to the EOS 300D / Digital Rebel, features a newly developed, second generation, extremely low noise APS-C size 8.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor – the fourth new CMOS sensor from Canon in just twelve months. It is powered by the same DIGIC II image processor found in Canon’s professional series D-SLR cameras, and features 3 frame per second, 14 frame burst operation, USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface, simultaneous RAW and Large JPEG writing and 0.2 second start up time. The camera is more than 10% lighter and 25% smaller by volume than the EOS 300D. It is available in both black and silver finishes.

Today you can read a review of this digicam from DigitalCameraInfo.com Here's what they concluded-
"Sold as a kit for $999 (USD), the package should be particularly appealing to college students and first time digital SLR owners. Fusing a consumer-friendly interface with an expansive offering of user control, the Camera’s only limitation is its potential appeal to professional photographers. With the combination of a sharp sensor and equally sharp lens along with a weak anti-aliasing filter, there will be a problem with Moire fringing in certain situations. This obviously will not pass for a wedding or event photographer who only has one chance to get the shot; however, for the consumer and prosumer markets, the birth of the XT and $200 price reduction of the original Digital Rebel should result in a substantial upgrade for many consumers."

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