Canon EOS 400D Digital Rebel XTi Digital Camera

Canon EOS 400D Digital Rebel XTi Digital Camera
January 03 00:00 2008 Print This Article

Canon EOS 400D Digital Rebel XTi

The new Canon EOS 400D or Rebel XTi digital SLR is the younger brother of the EOS 350D Rebel XT. The 400D was announced way back in August 2006 and it has a lot of new features that would make photo enthusiasts want to give it a try themselves.

Some photographers will be delighted to know that there is a larger 2.5 inch LCD screen in the 400D. It also incorporates Canon’s Picture Styles. Because the 400D came after the 30D, many people expected that it would include the same sensor as the 30D. However, Canon made an unexpected move and utilized a brand new 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor for the 400D. This makes it Canon’s highest resolution DSLR with an EF-S lens mount.

Some of the bad points for the camera is that the resolution from the 350D isn’t that big. The anti-dust feature isn’t 100% infallible and there is no anti-shake in the standard kit. Another thing regarding this is that the Sony Alpha A100 poses a big threat to this. The camera shows a lot of promise and will most probably continue to be a best-seller for those photographers on a budget.

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