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Canon Rebel T2 35mm SLR Camera with the EF 28-90mm f/4-5.6 III Zoom Lens

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  • Fully automatic 35mm autofocus SLR camera
  • 7-point high-speed, wide-area selectable autofocus
  • Ergonomic design with secure grip, large backlit LCD screen
  • Enhanced built-in flash with advanced E-TTL II autoflash
  • Includes 28-90mm (3.2x zoom) f/4-5.6 lens with ultrasonic motor; Compatible with Canon EF lenses
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Technical Details

Style: Body and Lens Kit
  • Brand Name: Canon
  • Model: 9426A002AA
  • Device Type: SLR camera
  • Film Format Type: 35mm
  • Shooting Modes: Portrait, Sports, Night portrait, Full auto, Landscape, Night, Close-up
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Product Details

Style: Body and Lens Kit
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 5.1 x 3.5 inches ; 13 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002XRWRY
  • Item model number: 9426A002AA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,573 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at August 23, 2004

Product Description

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Product Description

CL) Canon Rebel T2 W/CAN 28-90MM III

From the Manufacturer

The EOS Rebel T2 brings together everything you want in a 35mm camera. It has the latest automation, a "souped-up" selection of powerful features, expanded shooting modes and state-of-the-art E-TTL II autoflash. It's what makes the Rebel T2 the most advanced SLR in its class. A masterpiece of form and function, its luxurious design is both lightweight and ergonomic to make it truly user friendly. See for yourself, why the Rebel T2 is a camera that will change your expectations.

Fully Automatic 35mm Autofocus SLR
The Rebel T2 gives you a full package of highly sophisticated automatic features that let you tackle even the toughest photographic situations - fearlessly. From the Mode Dial, simply select the Image Zone setting that matches your scene and the Rebel T2 automatically picks the optimal settings. Or choose Creative Zone settings for complete manual control.

7-point High-Speed, Wide-Area Selectable AF with Advanced 35-zone Metering
The Rebel T2 superimposes seven focusing points across the viewfinder for tack sharp focus automatically - even when your subject is off center. Or set your own focusing point using the Cross-Key AF Point Selector. You can also choose from three Autofocus Modes - One-Shot AF, AI Focus AF and AI Servo AF - to handle a wide range of subjects and environments with superior precision. The Rebel T2 also gives you the fastest shutter speed in its class - 1/4000 second so you can shoot as rapidly as life demands.

To deliver the perfect exposure that makes unforgettable pictures, the Rebel T2 also has a 35-zone metering system. It's linked to the seven autofocus points so even when you're confronted with complex conditions, like backlight, you'll get superb pictures. To further refine exposure settings, there's an Orientation Detection Sensor that automatically determines the position of the earth and sky in your photo and makes the appropriate adjustments.

Ergonomic Design with Secure Grip, Cross-Key Selector and Large Backlit LCD
Comfort counts when you're shooting. So the Rebel T2 was equipped with a secure grip made for one-handed operation. Better still, the Shutter Button, Main and Mode Dials, LCD Panel Buttons and the Cross-Key AF Point Selector are all within easy reach. You can even check the camera status in the dark, thanks to the backlit, oversized LCD panel.

Safety Shutter-Release Lock and Camera Shake Warning
When shooting is action-packed, it's not always easy to keep track of all the essentials. That's where the Rebel T2 shines. Its Safety Shutter-release Lock prevents you from shooting if you forget to load film or there is no lens attached. There's also a Camera Shake Warning that sounds when shutter speed is too slow to give you the pictures you want.

Advanced E-TTL II Autoflash and Enhanced Built-in Flash
Equipped with an extra-powerful, super-bright built-in flash and the very latest E-TTL II flash technology, the Rebel T2 delivers new flash precision. Using distance-based information, the new E-TTL II flash metering system automatically analyzes your scene and adjusts for variations in brightness, reflections and framing. This gives your pictures the true-to-life, even illumination that sets them apart from ordinary snapshots.

Includes EF 28-90mm f/4-5.6 III USM lens
Canon's EF 28-90mm f/4-5.6 III lens provides the fastest auto-focus speeds in its class. A lightweight, compact, standard zoom lens with a 58mm filter size. The EF 28-90mm f/4-5.6 III contains an auto-focus drive pattern optimized to achieve class-leading auto-focus speeds and features new distance metering information for compatibility with E-TTL II flash systems. High image quality is ensured throughout the focal length range by the use of an aspherical element in one of the lens groups. Only lead-free glass is used for the optics within the lens.

Compatible with Most EOS System Accessories
The advanced design and superior quality of Canon's internationally acclaimed EF Lenses mean that they can keep pace with your ever-advancing photographic skills. Engineered for maximum compatibility, the EF Lenses work seamlessly with the on-board systems of both the EOS Rebel and EOS Digital Rebel cameras. To provide you with a full range of creative possibilities, Canon has created over 50 EF Lenses - from 14mm to 600mm - to meet your needs.

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This camera takes great pictures!!!!
For those looking for a simple yet powerful film SLR for less money than even an average digital camera, this is a great choice.
C. Gunsaullus
As a whole it's very easy to use and carry.
Holly L. Meadows

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

103 of 108 people found the following review helpful By AJ Starling on June 2, 2005
Style Name: Body and Lens Kit
I purchased this camera recently as a replacement/upgrade from my EOS Rebel G, which is aging although it still works well. This camera has a few more features than my old Rebel G. Like all EOS gear, my other lenses and my speedlite work with it and have no problems.

The Rebel T2 is apparently available in two different models, the T2, and the T2 Date. I opted for the T2. While reading the manual (which covers both) I learned that the T2 Date has feature that is supposed to be specific to it, the compatibility with the Canon Wireless Remote RC-5. When I checked the web site for available accessories, the RC-5 came up as one for my model. I'm not certain if the manual is accurate or not. The manual also specifies that the wireless remote may be subject to unwanted shooting when in areas of fluorescent lighting. The camera does definitely support a wired remote (my personal preference).

The Rebel T2 came with the 28-90 mm lens as described here. This lens is super quick and does take very clear photos, though I've not tried to enlarge any thus far to examine for aberrations. My prints thus far did not show any problems. The auto-focus, as I mentioned, is very quick and very accurate. It seems to take me longer than I'd like to change the focusing points when the camera is focusing on the wrong object, but I believe that I'll get better as I practice it. The process is not complicated.

The camera has several modes that are fairly intuitive and well explained by the manual. The basic modes include night portrait, sports, close-up, portrait, landscape, and no-flash. The manual clearly explains all the different modes of operation in detail including tips such as using the flash for a portrait at night while not underexposing the background.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Digital Photographer on January 27, 2006
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Some years ago I bought a Canon Rebel, one of the earlier ones, it was not so great, kept if for a while and then sold it.

I have been into digital for some time now, but, its great, but it is not film, not by any chance.

I have a very old point and shoot, I started taking pictures with either Kodak of Fuji film, I then brought it into my one hour developer and had the negs developed and digitized onto a CD.

The results were gorgeous, at that point it was time for a new SLR, there are not so many left right now.

I saw The Eos Rebel T2 with the 28-90 Mark III zoom lens, it was impressive, light, but with just a touch of heft, great grip,viewfinder, very fast autofocus, it even looks great.

So forgetting my previous experience with a Rebel a long time ago I bought.

This is a superb camera, this is just no way to praise it, I love this camera.

Since getting it I,ve shot 10 rolls of film, all were digitized onto a disc, touched up where I felt they needed it, (a simple procedure.

I shot a roll in a hanger at a former Naval Aviation Base here, all kinds of aircraft were in different stages of reconstruction,it was a photographers paradise.

The results I am getting are better than a very expensive digital camera.

I cannot recommend the T2 even more, if you want one get it now, I think these cameras will be gone soon.

Canon you did great job.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By EAB on November 23, 2005
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I looked at digital cameras for months - literally - before I just decided to lug around a 35 mm SLR. As everyone probably already knows, megapixels matter a whole lot when you're talking about blowing a picture up to a larger size. What's great about film is that unless the picture was taken out of focus, or in bad light, you can use a negative to blow something up and the quality really doesn't start to go down until you're making HUGE prints. (How huge exactly I don't know, but the biggest I've blown up was around 4x4 feet, and still no trouble.) The prints I've gotten out of this camera so far have been stellar. ( I use fuji film -- I think it's better than Kodak, even though Kodak has better commercials. Give it a try!)

The camera itself is not too heavy, granted, it's not the convenience of a tiny digital camera, but it's not as bad as I'd expected to carry it around all day. The neck strap is nice, the manual is actually easy to comprehend. I like a camera that has buttons for a lot of it's features on the body -- it seems complicated at first, but once you know how to use the features, they're much easier to access than they would be if you were scrolling through a menu. The T2 seems worth the hundred or so more dollars than you would pay for the very similar Rebel K2 by Canon.

One thing - make sure you take the batteries out if you're not going to be using it for a week or more. It seems like they go dead if they're in the camera, even if it is off.
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50 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Camera Shopper on December 15, 2004
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The description of the 28-105mm lens says 'II USM or III', but beware many retailers, including the one on the amazon website as of 12/04, sell a lower quality lens (still EF 28-105mm, but with the MM class autofocus (slow and noisy and based around an electric motor driving a geartrain). The older lens is no longer sold separately by Canon, but is still in their "beginner" package as of 12/04. I have talked directly with the Amazon retailer, and their verbal claims are different than those on the amazon website. Beware! Also, this lens has plastic lens mounts.
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