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No. Well, there is a "cost" of sorts associated with it. 'Expanded ISOs' can be made available through a simple selectable option. Its called an 'exanded ISO' because the camera is actually shooting at a lower ISO, under-exposing the image and then processing it to make up for the lowered brightness levels. The drawback of this is a noisier/grainier image so this option isn't useful to everyone or in all circumstances. The extra cost is extra noise. BTW, this technique was called 'push processing' when done with film. It was sometimes done in emergencies when a photographer needed a higher shutter speed but didn't have a roll of high ISO film handy. The film was then 'push processed' by developing it for a longer amount of time.
Nov 11, 2010 by Technology Guy
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I saw a release date of 28th Feb for the UK, but I'm sure I saw 11th Feb somewhere on Amazon.com yesterday (although I can't see that anywhere now). UPDATE: a quick search on the web shows "March sometime" as being the current info. I think Amazon.com made a typo somewhere, hence I can't find it again.
Feb 9, 2010 by P. K. Preston
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Yeah, a Class 6 SHOULD do. I called Canon and they said 6 is the minimum. I went ahead and bought a 16gb. Class 10 Patriot on Amazon ($48). It has worked like a charm.
Mar 25, 2010 by Luke D. Neumann
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I think it's the earthquakes and floods that have destroyed some of their factories.
May 15, 2011 by G. Lee
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Yes, old Canon EF lenses are compatible with the T2i although some old film-era third-party lenses are not 100% compatible. Plus the sensor in Canon's non-pro DSLRs are a bit smaller than film so you'll want to use and 18-55mm or similar standard zoom to cover the wide end (a 35-80mm lens would not be very useful on the T2i).
Sep 18, 2014 by Technology Guy
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No. Unless the seller is offering one or the original warranty is still in effect.
Jul 29, 2014 by ED Z.
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I have no clue but mine isn't remanufactured and I've never had any kind of accidents with it.
Jun 7, 2014 by Phillip Sink
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No its a crop sensor and also considered aps-c which is the same thing. The sensor on this is a fraction of the size a full frame sensor is.
Mar 14, 2014 by Danny12
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Are you asking if the defaults settings for P and M are the same for all models or are you asking about the specificational abilities of the later models of the rebal series?
Dec 29, 2013 by k.
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