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Long product name Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS 55-250mm 12.4MP CMOS 4272 x 2848pixels Black :
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Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS 55-250mm 12.4MP CMOS 4272 x 2848pixels Black:
The official marketing text of Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS 55-250mm 12.4MP CMOS 4272 x 2848pixels Black as supplied by the manufacturer

12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
The 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor gives you plenty of detail for poster-size prints and extra flexibility when cropping. Sensitive in low light and virtually noise-free, Canon’s CMOS sensors are also remarkably power-efficient.

3.5 fps shooting
The EOS 450D captures up to 3.5 frames per second for a continuous burst of up to 53 large JPEG images (6 in RAW).

9-point wide-area AF
The 9 AF points are spread out across the frame to better accommodate off-centre subjects. The central AF point is a high sensitivity cross type sensor for quick, accurate focusing with f/2.8 and faster lenses.

EOS Integrated Cleaning System
Canon’s built-in dust prevention system uses three methods to keep images blemish-free. (1) Specialised materials reduce dust generation within the camera. (2) A Self-Cleaning Sensor Unit shakes dust from the sensor each time the camera is turned on or off. (3) Stubborn dust spots are mapped for easy removal in Digital Photo Professional.

3.0” LCD with Live View mode
The bright 3.0” LCD provides sharp definition for checking focus and composition, with 10x magnification for finer details. When shooting from awkward positions, Live View mode gives you the option of framing the image from the LCD, and a choice of focussing modes.

DIGIC III processor
Renowned for its white balance accuracy, DIGIC III renders colours with brilliant, true-to-life precision. Captured images are processed in 14-bit colour depth for finer tonal gradations. DIGIC III works efficiently to minimise power consumption while maintaining ultra-fast response times.

Large, bright viewfinder
A large viewfinder gives a bright and clear view for easy composition of the scene.

Total image control
Gain easy control over image processing parameters with Picture Style presets. Contrast, sharpness and saturation can be customized in-camera or through the supplied Picture Style Editor software. After the shoot, Canon’s RAW processing software Digital Photo Professional provides everything you need to manage and process your RAW images.

Compact and lightweight
Ergonomically designed for natural and intuitive handling, the EOS 450 is housed in a compact body that weighs in at just 475 grams.

EF lenses and accessories
The EOS 450D is compatible with over 60 EF/EF-S lenses and all EX Series Speedlite flash units.

Short summary description Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS 55-250mm 12.4MP CMOS 4272 x 2848pixels Black:
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Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS + 55-250mm IS, 12.4 MP, 4272 x 2848 pixels, CMOS, 16.8 oz (475 g), Black

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Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS + 55-250mm IS. Megapixel: 12.4 MP, Sensor type: CMOS, Maximum image resolution: 4272 x 2848 pixels. Display diagonal: 3". Viewfinder type: Optical. Weight: 16.8 oz (475 g). Color of product: Black

Picture quality
Megapixel *
12.4 MP
Sensor type *
CMOS
Maximum image resolution *
4272 x 2848 pixels
Supported aspect ratios
3:2
Flash
Flash modes *
Auto, Manual, Red-eye reduction
Flash recharging time
1 s
Memory
Compatible memory cards *
sd
Display
Display *
LCD
Display diagonal *
3"
Viewfinder
Viewfinder type
Optical
Magnification
0.87x
Ports & interfaces
USB version *
2.0
Camera
White balance *
Auto, Custom modes, Daylight, Fluorescent, Incandescent
Scene modes *
Backlight, Landscape, Night, Night landscape, Portrait, Sports
Photo effects *
Black&White, Neutral, Sepia
Design
Color of product *
Black
Battery
Battery technology *
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery type
LP-E5
System requirements
Mac compatibility
Yes
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)
0 - 40 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H)
0 - 80%
Weight & dimensions
Width *
5.07" (128.8 mm)
Depth *
2.44" (61.9 mm)
Height *
3.84" (97.5 mm)
Weight *
16.8 oz (475 g)
Other features
Video capability
No
Dimensions (WxDxH)
5.07 x 2.44 x 3.84" (128.8 x 61.9 x 97.5 mm)
Camera shutter speed
30 - 1/4000
Compatible operating systems
Windows 2000 (SP4), XP (SP2), Vista OS X v10.3-10.5
Digital SLR
Yes
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-14
Testseek has collected 115 expert reviews for Canon EOS EOS450D + 18-55mm IS + 55-250mm IS and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
85%
Source Review comments Score
stuff.tv
Updated:
2011-08-14
A new Canon SLR is enough to initiate orgasmic ripples throughout the camera community. Of course, along with all that hype comes the pressure to deliver – and that’s not something Canon has had much trouble with in the past.Sitting just above...
Good Superb controls. Light weight. Good tonal range. Great screen...
Bad Not the punchiest colours. No in-body image stabiliser...
Bottom line Almost nonchalantly efficient in every way, the 450D is an understated slice of photographic genius...
100%
brighthub.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
With a few new features and more refinements and adjustments, the Canon Rebel XSi is a worthy upgrade of its predecessors, the Rebel XT and XTi. This review will unveil some of the noteworthy changes and assess whether or not it is worth upgrading to...
100%
Creativepro.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
95 Canons digital SLR line is divided into three categories. There are the Rebels, sub-$1,000 cameras with small bodies; the mid-range cameras, such as the EOS 40D and 5D, which range from $1,200 to $2,200; and the high-end cameras with huge burst ra...
Good Very comfortable design for a small camera; all essential functions are easily accessible while shooting; great image quality; Live View; full feature set.
Bad Live View focusing can be complicated; no dedicated status display.
Bottom line 95 Canons digital SLR line is divided into three categories. There are the Rebels, sub-$1,000 cameras with small bodies; the mid-range cameras, such as the EOS 40D and 5D, which range from $1,200 to $2,200; and the high-end cameras with huge burst rat...
95%
g4tv.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Video Review: We steam up the lens of the new Canon Rebel XSi and take it out for a spin to see whether or not its worth us salivating over, in todays Gadget Pr0n...
94%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The digital SLR market is fiercely competitive, with the biggest sales and fattest profits in the hotly-contested consumer/entry-level area. Up until very recently Canon, the first company to break the sub-£1,000 barrier with its popular EOS 300D model in...
90%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canons EOS Rebel XSi ($699 list, body only) is the fourth model in Canons Digital Rebel class, a series that sparked the prosumer D-SLR revolution. In snatching the Editors Choice crown from the EOS Digital Rebel XTi, the XSi continues Canons tra...
Good Magnificent resolution and image quality. Larger LCD than its predecessor. Live View. Kit lens now has image stabilization.
Bad ISO settings go up to only 1600. The XSis RAW format is not compatible with some image-editing software.
Bottom line The Canon EOS Rebel XSi builds on earlier Rebels to provide a feature-rich, low-cost digital SLR that produces top-notch images...
90%
photographyblog.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS 450D (also known as the Digital Rebel XSi) is the successor to the popular EOS 400D DSLR camera, and it offers a number of significant improvements that Canon hope will fight off the ever-increasing competition. The inevitable resolutio...
Bottom line The Canon EOS 450D is the fourth model in the best selling digital SLR series of all time, and as with many recent DSLR launches (with the exception of Nikon, who have raised their game considerably), it refines a winning blueprint, rather than reinve...
90%
absolutegadget.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The camera cost around £440 (body only) or £500 with an 18-55mm image-stabilised lens. With cheaper snappers on the market, you might wonder if Canon can hold onto its lead when other similar-specd cameras are going for far less. But, it is still a su...
90%
macworld.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
by Ben Long, Macworld.com The original Canon EOS Digital Rebel () was the first digital SLR (DSLR) to break the $1,000 price barrier. Since then, Canon has released other Rebel models with smaller bodies and larger feature lists, with the latest being...
Good Great image quality; excellent low-light performance; improved body and control layout; Live View; big LCD screen; very good kit lens.
Bad No top-mounted LCD screen; limited customization.
Bottom line The EOS Rebel XSi is a great DSLR, no matter how you look at it. If you’re shopping for a DSLR that costs less than a grand, this camera must go on your short list. See more like this: cameras pro, creativepro Recommend? 0 YES 0 NO 0 Comments Emai...
90%
whatdigitalcamera.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
(Comes With EF-S 18-55mm) Matt GolowczynskiEven before its announcement, it was clear that Canon’s follow-up to the EOS 400D would have its work cut out. Not only does it have the success of its predecessors to follow, but its arrival comes at a ti...
Good Small and light, great handling, redesigned GUI, noise control, some useful features...
Bad Some operational quirks, JPEG quality, limited ISO range, noisy mirror and kit lens AF...
Bottom line Operational quirks aside, there’s little to dislike about the 450D. The evolution of the EOS line has resulted in a refined model, with ample features and image quality to match. Low-light shooting can be carried out in confidence thanks to the grea...
89%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The 12-megapixel Canon Digital Rebel XSi, which targets entry-level digital SLR shooters, has all the features that novices expect--as well as an alluring array of advanced options that will appeal to more seasoned photographers. Priced at $900 (with...
Good Easy to navigate basic features, Many proquality features...
Bad Complicated options may confound newbies...
Bottom line Powerful and versatile entry-level digital SLR camera offers terrific image quality...
89%
cameralabs.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon’s EOS 450D – or Digital Rebel XSi as it’s known in North America – is the company’s latest DSLR and the successor to the hugely popular EOS 400D / Rebel XTi. Announced towards the end of January 2008, just a few days be...
Good Good handling and image quality, Decent viewfinder and accurate Live View, Kit includes stabilised lens, PC remote control software supplied.
Bad Live View not as fuss-free as Sony A350, Screen fixed in position, unlike A350, Some may find it too small and light, Tempting to upgrade further to EOS 40D.
Bottom line As the successor to the best-selling DSLR of the last 18 months, there’s no doubt Canon’s new EOS 450D / Rebel XSi will shift by the bucket-load. There’s equally no doubt Canon has made many improvements over the earlier 400D / XTi which...
88%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Like the price of a barrel of oil, the megapixel count of D-SLRs continues to climb. When Canon and others first unveiled popularly-priced digital single lens reflex cameras, 6MP was the resolution spec, and everyone was thrilled. Today, 6-megapixel ca...
Good Very fast 12MP D-SLR, Fine picture quality, Supplied IS lens...
Bad Don’t bother with Live View, Flimsy door covering connections, *...
Bottom line We hate to sound like a skipping Internet audio stream, but it’s very easy to recommend the Canon Rebel XSi. It’s a fast-focusing, speedy D-SLR that delivers excellent photos both indoors and outside. At 12.2-megapixels, the camera also h...
85%
letsgodigital.org
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon have gained a lot of experience in the lower segment of the D-SLR market over the past five years. We have witnessed significant improvements between previous and next models. And now were here with the Canon EOS 450D. A digital SLR camera that...
82%
Neocamera.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon Rebel XSi is finally a more complete camera than any Rebel before it. Despite being part of the entry-level Rebel series, the XSi features spot-metering, a 3.5 FPS continuous drive with a deep buffer, depth-of-field preview and finally expos...
80%
electronicsme.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon EOS Rebel XSi" target="new">Canon EOS Rebel XSi is Canon's successor to the Rebel XTi, although not a replacement for it. It offers a step up over the XTi, with a new higher-resolution 12.2 megapixel sensor and several other new or upgraded featu...
Bottom line If you're looking for an entry-level D-SLR, and don't mind shelling out a few more dollars for some excellent features, then the Rebel XSi could be your camera. The added features over the XTi are well worth the difference in price. And if you are a be...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-14
As prices of digital SLRs fall with more people moving up from smaller and cheaper compact cameras, so the average resolution of such cameras increases. Offering double the pixel count of Canon’s early entry level models, the latest 12-megapixel resolu...
Good Fast; useful and friendly features; compact and lightweight but rugged; large screen...
Bad Image-stabilised lens costs extra...
Bottom line Friendly design and menus coupled with grown-up features make this a good camera for families and enthusiasts alike...
80%
ephotozine.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
EOS actually stands for Electro-Optical System which is why some people say the name and some spell it out. It works either way so is a double whammy for Canon. Canon EOS 450D: SpecificationResolution:12.2MpSensor type: CMOS Autofocus points: 9Crop f...
Good Easy to use, Image stabiliser in standard lens, Nice features, Live view...
Bad Change of external media for existing users, Film speed capped at ISO1600, Easily removable battery door...
Bottom line Canon have been leaders in the entry level DSLR market for years and with the EOS 450D I cant see them losing their position anytime soon. The camera is packed with features and playing with it more and more reveals extra bits to try out.Its a fun ca...
80%
thinkcamera.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
There are one or two minor hiccups; live view arguably being the biggest. The LV system uses contrast-detection autofocus, which is from the accurate, but glacial school. Its perfect for tripod-based still life or macro shots of non-moving things, b...
80%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
After two missteps, Canon refocused and refined its entry-level DSLR.
Good More comfortable design, Larger, improved LCD, Fastest overall speed in its class, Excellent image quality with faithful color reproduction...
Bad No ISO 3200, Skin tones are overly red, Only average kit lens, Hard to access Live View options...
Bottom line After two less-than-inspiring upgrades, Canon has finally come up with a significant follow-up to its groundbreaking original Rebel Digital SLR with the new 12.2-megapixel EOS Rebel XSi. Though it’s still Canon’s entry-level DSLR, the Rebel XS...
80%
wired.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Last years Rebel XTi was a massive sales success, but not exactly a technological leap forward for DSLRs. Most critiques of that camera (including ours) came up just shy of disappointment while competing manufacturers of entry level DSLRs toiled to pr...
Good Switch to SDHC memory. Relatively low noise at high ISO settings. New battery with 50% more endurance.
Bad ISO tops out at 1600. Plastic body seems too plasticy. ISO in only full stop increments. Lacks the useful HELP mode of its major competitors. A tad bit pricey.Camera Resolution: 12.2 megapixels, CMOS Sensor...
70%
pricemo.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
In the last year canon launched a new camera of XTi series. It was familiar among the American people as the Rebel XTi. It was a new featured quality camera but after that it was not succeeded among the camera users. The next product that was launched...
Bottom line You can simply rely on the new XSi product from canon as they will serve the quality photos with a class feature quality of photos. You can be impressed with the quality features of the new canon camera and they will always serve better than other came...
0%
luminous-landscape.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon EOS XSi (450D) Field Report A Rebel Grows Up – Again In the 20th Century Less than 10 years ago, before digitals rise to dominance, any camera of the same format with interchangeable lenses would take pictures no different than any other. Film...
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photozone.de
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS 450D is an excellent all-rounder and much more than a plaything. A great DSLR for beginner and all other photographers that are searching for a light-weight DSLR at a very, very fair price level.The great 12.2 MP CMOS sensor delivers i...
0%
tipa.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
With its 12.2 megapixel sensor, an ISO rating between 100 and 1600, a responsive autofocus system and superb image quality, the Canon EOS 450D is an excellent camera to discover the next step in digital photography. Offered in kit form with an 18-55 m...
0%
devhardware.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Those looking for a DSLR, or digital single-lens reflex camera need to look no further than the Canon EOS Rebel XSi. It is Canon’s latest addition to the DSLR lineup and is one notch above the manufacturer’s XTi model. In this review well see what mak...
Bottom line The Canon EOS Rebel XSi is a superb entry level DSLR. The camera lacks in terms of design and aesthetic quality. One would have hoped that the XSi would have come with an improved grip and feel after the bad reviews of its predecessor, the XTi, on thi...
0%
tomsguide.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Digital Rebel XSi’s self cleaning system works by shaking dust particles off of a filter near the image sensor. The dust is then trapped by an adhesive, preventing it from causing further problems. Cleaning is engaged each time the camera is powered up, shut down, or cleaned manually via the \"clean now\" function...
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anandtech.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon started the whole consumer Digital SLR market in the Fall of 2003 when it surprised the world with the announcement of the original $899 Digital Rebel (EOS 300D) or $999 for the kit with a 18-55mm lens. That was the first DSLR to crack the $1000...
Bottom line Sample Images Since the Canon XSi is targeted at the entry-level DSLR market, all sample images were shot with the XSi kit lens, the EF-S (crop-sensor only) 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS. This will likely be the way most buyers purchase the XSi and it seemed fai...
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infosyncworld.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon updates their entry-level DSLR line with the 12.2-megapixel EOS Rebel XSi, featuring a 3-inch live view LCD.
Good SD/SDHC card slot, live view LCD...
Bad Low maximum ISO setting NillSlightModeratePALPABLEExtreme...
Bottom line The update to the EOS Rebel XTi, the XSi sports a huge 3-inch live view LCD screen, the fastest burst mode on a Rebel to date (3.5 fps for up to 53 JPEGs and 6 RAWs). We were disappointed by the relatively low maximum ISO setting of ISO 1600, but the...
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DigitalReviews.net
Updated:
2011-08-14
Some of our regular readers may know that I have made occasional references to my interest in photography. After a few years of letting work take over my life and getting by with nothing but my mobile phone camera, I finally decided on an entry-level...
Bottom line The choice of a DSLR is a difficult one. Once you start buying lens and accessories you are pretty much committed to the one brand. I had the good fortune of a loan of different branded DSLR for a few months (thanks J!) before I committed to the Cano...
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asiaone.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
THE 12.2-megapixel EOS450D may be built solidly but its smooth plastic gives it a look that is less appealing than the D60 and K10Ds subtle textures.The power switch, however, is refreshingly large. And the 18-55mm (28-90mm equivalent) kit lens has bu...
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consumerelectronicsnet.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The price of gas might be climbing so fast you wonder why all the gas company executives arent suffering from altitude sickness, but at least in one area the consumer can still get more for less and thats with digital cameras. Such is the case with...
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shutterbug.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Format choices are JPEG in various sizes and compression ratios and raw. Mercifully the JPEG options have been reduced to six, including L, M, and S with two “stairstep” compression ratios for each. Canon’s instruction book refers...
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bobatkins.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Whenever a new camera is released the inevitable question is "Should I get A, B or C", or sometimes "Should I upgrade from A to B"? Well, this time is no different. Im sure there will be lots of people asking "Should I get a Rebel XTi, XSi or 40D"...
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steves-digicams.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
(Note: The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi and EOS 450D are the same model) The last Canon Rebel we reviewed was the XTi back in 2006. Now we have a brand new Rebel XSi and its a beauty. The list of improvements over earlier models is impressive and inclu...
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The-digital-picture.com
Updated:
2014-11-19
A full Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D review is planned...
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dcresource.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS Rebel XSi is a very good entry-level digital SLR. It offers very good photo quality (with the appropriate tweaks), lighting fast performance, live view, and a large LCD display. The camera has its share of flaws, though, including soft J...
Good Very good photo quality (though not at default settings), Remarkably little noise, Compact body by DSLR standards (though its not for everyone), Much improved kit lens features image stabilization, Large 3inch LCD with live view feature; histogram and...
Bad JPEGs are very soft at default settings (adjust incamera sharpening or shoot RAW for best results), Small right hand grip; "plasticky" body, Redeye, Seemed to produce an abnormal number of outoffocus shots, Very slow contrast detect AF in liv...
Bottom line The Canon EOS Rebel XSi is a very good entry-level digital SLR. It offers very good photo quality (with the appropriate tweaks), lighting fast performance, live view, and a large LCD display. The camera has its share of flaws, though, including soft JP...
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bobatkins.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi (also known as the Canon EOS EOS 450D) is Canons premium "entry level" DSLR. Though similar in concept to the Digital Rebel XTi, the Digital Rebel XSi has a higher pixel count sensor (12MP vs. 10MP), a larger LCD (...
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digitalcamerareview.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
With its long-running Rebel series of consumer DSLRs, has earned a reputation for cranking out new models on a consistent timetable that are rarely revolutionary, and yet often set the pace for the entry-level market nonetheless. There is some heavi...
Good Lownoise sensor raises the bar for entrylevel DSLRs, Loads of JPEG processing control in camera, AF system still among the best, Lots of customizability...
Bad Camera doesn't feel as nice as it is, Revised kit lens still not so hot, Live view may or may not be useful, Default processing not as vibrant as some competitors, Canon Rebel XSi...
Bottom line Expectations for the XSi were admittedly high, and hence the opportunities for Canon to come up short in the court of public opinion were numerous. In spite of this high bar, the XSi will unquestionably win converts to Canon with its (still) excellent...
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bobatkins.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Well, for those waiting for a new EOS 5D replacement, no news so far. Looks like well be waiting until the fall. However Canon have released info on a new Digital Rebel, The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi, also known as the EOS 450D Its no surprise t...
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dpreview.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Four and a half years have passed since the first affordable digital SLR from Canon; the EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). In that time we have witnessed two further iterations (the EOS 350D and EOS 400D) leading up to todays fourth generation EOS 450D, wit...
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The-digital-picture.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Once again, Canon releases a Rebel X** / **0D model (the Canon EOS Rebel XSi / 450D in this case) that has feature improvements, including a higher resolution sensor, over the current higher end *0D model. We saw this when the Canon EOS Digital Rebel X...
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techworld.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon’s latest digital SLR – the EOS-450D – will be of interest to creatives who aren’t professional photographers. Over the entry-level EOS-400D, the new model adds 14bit capture, Live View with both phase- (viewfinder AF) and contrast-detection AF...
Bottom line Be that as it may, the Canon EOS-450D is a fine performer. The only real problem is price. The 450D sits uncomfortably close to the 10Mp EOS 40D. With the maker’s current cashback offer, the better-quipped semi-pro model can be had for roughly the sam...
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imaging-resource.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
12.20MegapixelsCanon EF / EF-S mount3.0 inchLCDCanon Rebel XSi / 450DOverview by Shawn Barnett Canons new EOS Rebel XSi digital SLR includes quite a few features new to the EOS camera system, and once again exceeds some of the abilities of the company...
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photo.net
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS Rebel XSi (EOS 450D) is Canons latest DSLR and the most full featured entry level DSLR in their Digital Rebel line of cameras. It builds on the Digital Rebel XTi but adds a new sensor (12MP vs. 10MP), a larger LCD screen (3" vs. 2.5"), L...
Bottom line Hannah ThiemThe Rebel XSi seems to be a combination of the Rebel XTi and the EOS 40D, with a few new features of its own thrown into the mix. It has the basic form of the XTi with the same shutter speed range, the same flash sync speed and the same IS...
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techworld.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
It's easy to look at the Canon DSLR product line and slot the cameras into ‘beginner', ‘intermediate', and ‘advanced' categories. But to call the Canon EOS 450D (also known as the EOS 450D) a beginner or starter DSLR is a misnomer. The Canon EOS 450D...
Bottom line The XSi delivers image quality that’s identical to Canon’s EOS 40D, but for a lot less. What are you giving up if you go for the XSi? The EOS 40D has a faster burst rate (five frames per second versus the Canon Rebel XSi’s three), more customization...
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bobatkins.com
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2011-08-14
The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi is now starting to ship and Ive had the chance to shoot with one for a few hours, so I thought readers might be interested in my first impression of the camera - and the new EF-S 18-55/3.5-5.6IS USM and EF-S 55-250/4...
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digitalcamerainfo.com
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2011-08-14
The XSi is more of an evolution than a revolution; the new features it adds over previous Digital Rebels are useful (and generally well executed), but none of them add that much to the experience of using the camera. The live view makes point-and-shoo...
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