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Canon Rebel XT DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens (Silver) (OLD MODEL)

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  • Powered by rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (included, with charger)
  • Fast start-up time is 2 seconds
  • Includes Canon's EF-S 18-55mm, f3.5-5.6 zoom lens
  • 8.0-megapixel CMOS sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 16 x 22-inch prints
  • DIGIC II Image Processor provides fast, accurate image processing; captures images at a rate of up to 3 frames per second
  • 8.0-megapixel CMOS sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 16 x 22-inch prints
  • Includes Canon's EF-S 18-55mm, f3.5-5.6 zoom lens
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Technical Details

Style: Camera w/ Lens (Silver)
  • Brand Name: Canon
  • Model: 0206B003
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 8 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CMOS
  • Optical zoom: 3 x
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Product Details

Style: Camera w/ Lens (Silver)
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3.7 x 2.5 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007QKMQY
  • Item model number: 0206B003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (595 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #553 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 12, 2005

Product Description

Style: Camera w/ Lens (Silver)

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For an uncompromising mix of ease of use, affordability and outstanding features, look no further than the Canon Digital Rebel XT. Featuring an 8.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor, Canon's DIGIC II Image Processor, and compatibility with over 50 EF Lenses, this digital SLR offers outstanding performance for both the serious photographer and the weekend photographer who just wants to take great pictures.



All controls and displays are right where you need them.


The camera is compatible with over 50 EF lenses. View larger.


CompactFlash card slot.


Easy-to-navigate menus.
For starters, the Rebel XT delivers 3,456 x 2,304-pixel images for images of 13x19 inches and larger. The camera features variable ISO -- 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1,600 settings -- and supports all Canon EOS series lenses. An optical viewfinder provides detailed information such as diopter adjustment and depth-of-field preview, while the 1.8-inch TFT LCD view finder offers a wealth of additional information as well as several playback features, including thumbnail view and zooming to 10x magnification. Backlit with five level settings for brightness, the viewfinder is easy to read in dark environments.

While the Rebel XT is compatible with all Canon lenses in the EF lineup -- ranging from ultra-wide-angle to super-telephoto lenses --, the camera includes the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. This 18-55mm is a standard zoom designed exclusively for the Digital Rebel and features optimized coating to minimize ghost images and flare.

If action photography is your specialty, the Rebel XT offers a continuous shooting mode that captures as many as 14 images as fast as three frames per second (with shutter speeds of 1/250 second or faster.) The camera offers a shutter speed range from 1/4,000 to 30 seconds, and a bulb x-sync at 1/200 seconds. Best of all, it features an ultra-fast 0.2 seconds startup time, a shutter release lag of 100 milliseconds, and viewfinder blackout time of 175 milliseconds -- all of which means that you'll always be on top of the action.

Despite its wealth of advanced features, the Rebel XT is also one of the easiest, and most user-friendly digital SLRs you'll find anywhere. Its compact design -- 4.98 x 3.71 x 2.63 inches (W x H x D) -- and weight (less than two pounds) means that the camera body will fit snugly in your hands. The EOS Digital Rebel XT has a newly developed high-precision seven-point autofocus (AF) system for speedy and accurate focusing in any situation. You can easily choose your own point of focus or direct the camera to choose it automatically. You can even use predictive AF to ensure that moving subjects stay focused while you compose your shot. With a built-in dioptric adjustment mechanism and a new precision matte screen, achieving sharp focus is fast and easy with the Rebel XT, no matter where or when you're taking pictures.

A number of additional automatic setting and shooting modes -- including Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Night Portrait, and Flash Off -- allows you to concentrate on your subject and leave the camera to sort out the details. A redeye reduction via a built-in illuminator keeps your face shots on track, and USB 2.0 connectivity for both PC and Macintosh lets you upload your images with ease and without the need for additional software. The camera also supports direct printing with PictBridge compatible printers. In short, the Rebel XT is the ideal digital SLR choice for both the serious photographer who demands the ultimate in high-quality features, as well as the weekend picture taker who demands the ultimate in affordability and convenience.

Product Description

For an uncompromising mix of ease of use, affordability and outstanding features, look no further than the Canon Digital Rebel XT. Featuring an 8.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor, Canon's DIGIC II Image Processor, and compatibility with over 50 EF Lenses, this digital SLR offers outstanding performance for both the serious photographer and the weekend photographer who just wants to take great pictures.

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Customer Reviews

Camera is amazing, it made for a very happy Birthday girl :) Quality was great, now i just need to learn how to use it. Read more ›
I bought this camera a couple years ago and it is amazing. I'm impressed with every photo taken, the quality is amazing. And it's pretty much idiot proof on using it. Read more ›
i have bought this camera and immediately loved it. takes wonderful pictures and has been a great camera. if you are interested in a introductory SLR camera and not sure… Read more ›
I would recommend this camera. The picture quality is clear and the camera is light which can be an advantage when doing long photoshoots. The only con is the small grip… Read more ›
good camera, very accurate, it is recommended that ultrasonic lenses and full frame cameras because with these the image is very good, as 28 -105 Read more ›
The pictures are great. Also, the experience with shipping and product representation were good. Read more ›
This camera is very easy to use. It looked a little intimidating at first, but after I spent some quality time with the camera and the manual, I realized that it wasn't… Read more ›
2) Highly recommend for nature photography 3) Extremely easy to use. 4) 7 years and still chugging along with no issues. Read more ›
Like new condition, it came with everything I needed, and shipped…I am pretty new to using SLRs, but this was extremely easy to use-- haven't had to look at the manual yet. Read more ›
I was kinda worried about buying a used camera. This camera is easy to use and it takes Great pictures. I use this camera for a little bit of everything. Read more ›
This camera is as easy to use as my point and shoot with automatic features (it can be adjusted for close-ups, low light, action, etc still in automatic mode) but also… Read more ›
It was great when I was just learning how to deal with a dSLR - easy to use, simple controls, intuitive (much more so than the Nikon I use occasionally)...all-around a… Read more ›
Buy this camera witout the lense and use the difference to purchase a…I purchased a f/1.8 50mm lense for $100 and the difference between it and the kit lense is amazing. Read more ›
It's compatible with all current generation lenses (unlike the higher-dollar…The kit lens is quite good quality but you may not be happy with its performance indoors. M… Read more ›
I've only used point and shoot cameras, and this camera is a great way to get into "actual"…The lenses available are awesome, and some aren't too outrageously priced. I… Read more ›
I'm a newbie and I can already feel the limitations of this lens. Under sunny conditions, the lens performs pretty good, no complaints. But indoor photography sucks for… Read more ›
You can improve the color saturation a…For (...) you can get a great little 50mm fixed lens that is pretty sharp from about f1.8 - f8 and it has great color saturation. I… Read more ›
I did get it w/kit lens, which is pretty decent. But I have also added a Canon 50mm/1.8 and a Canon 100mm/2.0, both of which are amazing lenses. Read more ›
The body is small, and the LCD is small, but the controls are easy to read the quickly you will be up and running. As for the smallness of the body, if you are a person… Read more ›
No need to buy one of the really expensive newer models. This model is great, takes wonderful photos. Even just the automatic setting is great. Read more ›
It was a huge relief to not have to buy new lenses since we…The images are pristine, the on-board menus are intuitive, and shooting with this camera is just hands down fun! Read more ›
It's easy to operate right out of the box. Automatic features work well. Great pictures with good color. Read more ›
I am puzzled why it is mentioned as a drawback…As for controls & features, it is excellent in both regards and learning the operation of the camera is simple and intuitive. Read more ›
It is an amazing…The auto focus mode is great when you are in a hurry to get great pictures while driving; however, the manual focus options are unbelievable as well. I… Read more ›
Small viewing screen on rear Slightly out of date (for price this is a plus) Slightly slow burst of 3fps with a total of 9 burst shots on full res. Read more ›
The price was great the camera has performed just wonderfully. The features and ease of use is fantastic. Read more ›
For the difference in price (about $200) the XT is vastly…Canon has reduced the construction quality somewhat - more plastic - but for the price, this is a great machine. Read more ›
I recomend. Moreover, the price is good. Read more ›
The Amazon service was prompt and the price was reasonable. The product is much better than expected. Read more ›
I loved it and used it every day until it was stolen. I'll probably upgrade for my next camera, but for the price this is an excellent model for anything you'd need to do. I… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

700 of 722 people found the following review helpful By L. Wimberley VINE VOICE on March 23, 2005
Style Name: Camera w/ Lens (Black) Verified Purchase
The XT is amazing. The battery comes partly charged so you can immedietly start using the camera (thank you Canon!) I've already shot about 200 pictures with it and the battery hasn't died yet.

I can't give you a comparison between the XT and the 20D as I haven't owned a 20D, I can tell you a few things you may wish to know before buying.

This camera, is TINY. Extremely tiny. I'm a woman in my early twenties and I have small hands. The camera fits just right in my hands, but honestly, I don't see how someone with bigger hands would be 100% comfortable holding this. If my hands were any larger, they would be slipping off the bottom.

I had tried holding a 20D at a camera shop once and it felt too large in my hands to grip. The camera size is perfect for me, but just beware if you have larger hands. You may want to look into the battery grip, or test out holding the camera at a store before you order it. See the picture I uploaded above to get a size relation and how the camera fits in my hands.

For anyone who is migrating to this camera from a standard point and shoot digital camera, you cannot frame the image you are about to take using the LCD screen on the back. You must look through the viewfinder. The LCD screen is soley for menu use and preview mode after the picture has been taken, nothing more.

Something I've noticed is the camera makes a ratteling sound when moved around. I couldn't figure out what the heck it was, and then I finally reazlized it's the hinges from the pop-up flash. It sounds like they are loose when the flash is closed. I went to Best Buy and looked at their display model, and yep, it has the same problem.
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203 of 208 people found the following review helpful By M. L. Allen on August 18, 2005
Style Name: Camera w/ Lens (Black)
Overview:

Current equipment (recently purchased)

Canon Digital Rebel XT (EOS 350D)w/Lens Kit
Canon Digital Rebel XT "Starter Kit" w/Bag, extra battery, haze filter. Do NOT confuse this with the Digital Rebel (non-XT)starter kit, which is also for sale.
Canon 420 EX Flash
SanDisk CF Type II (1 GB)
Canon Semi-hard Case (EH-18L)
Canon Remote Controller (RC-1)

Experience:

Currently 34 years old, began taking pictures at age 10 with non-SLR type cameras. Previous cameras include Canon AE-1 Film SLR, Sony Mavica MVC-FD90, Sony Mavica MVC-CD250 and Sony Mavica MVC-CD400. I'd estimate that I've taken 10,000 pictures with film cameras over the years (non-SLR, AE-1, A-1 and F-1, the A-1 and F-1 being bodies owned by my father, who is a well regarded semi-professional photographer and former instructor at the local Community College on film photography)and an additional 10,000 pictures with various digital cameras.

This is my first Digital SLR purchase.

General Impressions;

My FIRST recommendation to anyone thinking of purchasing this camera would be to download the owners manual from Canon, it's available via the Canon Website in .pdf format.

Several hours of your time spent reviewing the actual manual should provide confidence that this camera can be used effectively by any level of photographer.

If you're a novice, disregard the "Manual" sections of the manual and concentrate your attention on the "Automatic" sections. This camera is literally so easy to use a child can take an excellent photograph.
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735 of 778 people found the following review helpful By Gadgester HALL OF FAME on March 15, 2005
Style Name: Camera w/ Lens (Black)
I spent three hours yesterday playing with the brand-new Canon Digital Rebel XT digital SLR camera, and man, was I impressed.

I hadn't been too impressed with the original Digital Rebel, except for its revolutionarily low price (for a d-SLR), because it was slow and felt slimsy. The new DR XT is quite different. Even though it's 3 ounces lighter than the original DR -- mostly due to the use of a smaller battery; see below -- its smaller form factor actually makes it feel more solid and "real". In other word, unlike the original DR, this one feels professional, not toy-like at all.

By now you probably already know Canon makes some of the best digital cameras in the world. Even though I'm a Nikon shooter when it comes to d-SLR (sorry, loyal Canon shooters!), I own a couple Canon compact digital cameras and love them, too. The DR XT's image quality is once again excellent. I took a few indoor shots with the camera, both with and without flash, and then the store clerk let me download them to their PC. The JPEG pictures (I didn't try RAW) looked excellent on the Sony LCD screen, on par with the more expensive EOS 20D d-SLR. Color tones were accurate and the resolution was really good. The improvement picture quality over the original DR ("DR Classic"? BTW it's now $200 cheaper) comes from both the 2 extra megapixels and the better color accuracy. BTW, the DR XT reportedly uses a tecchnically different CMOS sensor than the original DR, although I haven't been able to find out exactly how this one is better in technical terms than the old one (other than the two extra megapixels). No matter, my limited true-world testing showed the image quality is indeed better than the already-excellent image quality of the original DR.
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Read the full Canon Digital Rebel XT review at dpreview.com.
At first you'd be forgiven for thinking this was just a drop-in upgrade of the EOS Digital Rebel with the EOS 20D's 8-megapixel sensor, but in actual fact it has a new CMOS sensor (it's 8.0 megapixels versus the 20D's 8.2 megapixels), the Digital Rebel XT also has a smaller body, re-worked design, DIGIC II, new features, and custom functions. Read the full Canon Digital Rebel XT review at dpreview.com.