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Canon EOS 6.3MP Digital Rebel Camera with 18-55mm Lens (OLD MODEL)

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  • 6.3-megapixel resolution for photo-quality poster-plus sized enlargements
  • Includes Canon's EF-S 18-55mm, f3.5-5.6 zoom lens
  • 1.8-inch LCD screen lets you zoom in on images in preview; 2.5 frames-per-second continuous shooting speed with 4-shot burst mode
  • Store images on CompactFlash type 1 or 2 memory cards; Microdrive compatible; no memory card included
  • Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (included with charger)
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This Canon Rebel digital camera pairs a sensitive large-format 6.3-megapixel CMOS sensor with Canon's EF-S 18-55mm, f3.5-5.6 zoom lens to deliver professional performance to the everyday photographer. At the front end, state-of-the-art automatic systems-including numerous white balance and ISO speed settings-make shooting more rewarding for the user. Features: 1.8" color LCD screen, a sophisticated Digic imaging processor, 2.5 fps continuous shooting with 4-shot burst, CompactFlash type 1 or 2 and Microdrive compatibility, 3027x2048 to 1536x1024 images, 8-mode white balance, white balance bracketing, auto-1600 ISO speeds, processing parameters built into each shot or customizable, RAW and JPEG formats (EXIF 2.2 compliant), 7-point wide-area autofocus system with fast focusing and continuous shooting, pop-up built-in flash, a 35-zone, AF point-linked evaluative metering sensor and 3 metering modes, depth-of-field preview, 7 flash modes, program/shutter priority/aperture priority/depth-of-field auto exposure modes or full manual, 1/4000-30 sec. shutter speeds, 10-sec. self timer, 5 review modes with auto rotation and erasure protection, flexible menus and compatibility with Canon EF (including EF-S) lenses. Includes video cable, USB cable, strap, battery charger, battery pack, Digital Camera Solution CD-ROM and Adobe Photoshop Elements software. Imported. 3-9/10Hx5-3/5Lx2-9/10W".

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In 1990, Canon's first EOS Rebel revolutionized photography by making SLR excitement available to everyone. In the decade that followed, the Rebel grew and evolved to give its legions of fans even more photographic freedom. Now the Rebel achieves its ultimate evolution. Equipped with Canon's exclusive "digital trinity"--a 6.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, Digic imaging processor, and compatibility with over 50 of Canon's superb EF lenses--the Digital Rebel breaks definitively through every remaining barrier to truly deliver photography without limits. Create memorable images no matter what your level of experience. Nurture your creativity with easy controls and a world of EOS accessories. Share and reproduce your images with state-of-the-art digital freedom. The world's first affordable, premium-quality digital SLR makes it all possible.

Capture Any Shot the Way You See It--Brilliantly
The seven-point wide-area AF system makes focusing quick and accurate, even when your subject is off center. Seven focusing points are laid out in a cross pattern that's visible on the clear, uncluttered viewfinder. You can let the camera detect your subject and choose the proper focusing point--it will then be illuminated for no-surprise focus. The Digital Rebel supports your own creative vision as well, by letting you choose your own focusing point. Dioptric adjustment lets you shoot comfortably with or without your glasses.

Dazzling Resolution: 6.3-Megapixel CMOS Sensor
The camera's large-format, high-resolution 6.3-megapixel CMOS sensor delivers images that will astonish you with their depth and detail. Every image is remarkably detailed throughout the full dynamic range, from highlights to shadows. The large sensor has a 3:2 aspect ratio to give you the familiar compositional feel and classic image proportions of a 35mm camera.

Canon's more than 60 years of photographic experience went into the CMOS sensor's invention and refinements and the way it works in perfect tandem with the imaging processor. Together, they virtually eliminate stray light and off colors. Even long exposure images, like of city lights against a night sky, are clear and virtually noise-free.

The sensor supports an extensive range of ISO speeds. This allows you to quickly compensate for shifting light conditions, as if you had film of various speeds actually built into the camera. In short, the CMOS sensor allows the Digital Rebel to achieve film-quality images while offering all the advantages of digital technology.

In RAW mode, every shot is captured as both a RAW and middle/fine JPEG file. RAW files render the most detailed printed images, while less-detailed JPEGs are also smaller, making them perfect for sending via e-mail and viewing on computer screens. Having both kinds of files recorded automatically means that whatever you decide to do with your final images, you're covered.

The Speed to Capture the Shots That Won't Wait
Highly responsive autofocus makes for shooting excitement. The camera automatically employs one of three AF systems to deliver fast, spot-on focus in any situation. One-Shot AF is the best choice for still subjects, locking in focus as you press the shutter button halfway. AI Servo AF tracks active subjects, predicting their movement. AI Focus AF switches between One-Shot AF and AI Servo AF when subjects start and stop--perfect for children, pets, and other unpredictable subjects. A high-speed, 2.5 frame-per-second motor drive powers the continuous shooting mode, letting you capture split-second action sequences with a burst of up to four shots.

The DIGIC Imaging Processor
Canon's exclusive DIGIC chip gives the Digital Rebel spectacular image quality, natural color reproduction, and fast, responsive handling. The general-purpose imaging processors used by most digital cameras perform pixel operations one at a time. DIGIC, however, operates in parallel mode for exceptionally fast processing. Fast processing combines with high-capacity buffering to eliminate waiting time between shots, so when the great shots are ready, you are too. Newly developed antinoise/high-resolution algorithms make stray light and off-color pixels minimal to non-existent. Feel free to enlarge and crop with exceptional results.

ISO Flexibility
Digital Rebel's digital component performance is impressive, offering you many advantages. ISO speed can be set from 100 to 1600, so when lighting conditions change, the camera can change with them. A conventional SLR would have to hold multiple rolls of film at various speeds to match this flexibility!

Works Smart on Its Own, Hands Over Control When You Want It
The Digital Rebel's 35-zone, AF point-linked Evaluative Metering Sensor and three metering modes make the art of controlling exposure as easy or advanced as you want. Thirty-five-zone evaluative metering ensures accurate, consistent exposure, taking into account lighting extremes and subject position through the active focusing point. Whether the light is bright and sunny or darkly atmospheric, whether it comes from the front or the back, exposure is detailed, natural and flattering.

Control is there when you want it, with Partial Metering to bring extra sensitivity to high-contrast situations, or Center-Weighted Average Metering in manual exposure mode. Creative exposure options go even further with illumination from the built-in flash or an optional EX-series Speedlite: you can use Canon's most advanced flash metering system, E-TTL, plus FE Lock, High-Speed Sync and Wireless E-TTL Autoflash.

A Fun Companion, At Your Side Wherever the Day Takes You
The Digital Rebel is compact and lightweight, with a secure rounded grip. In fact, it feels so good in your hand you'll want to bring it everywhere. Operation feels familiar and intuitive, whether you're new to digital, new to SLR cameras, or even new to photography itself.

The mode dial makes one-handed shooting comfortable, with digital and shooting controls easily accessed and cross keys located right under your thumb to handle the operations you'll use most. The LCD screen is big and informative, and you can even adjust the brightness setting. Menus are written in plain language and tabbed on a single screen--no scrolling necessary. The highly intelligent built-in flash pops up and fires automatically in appropriate modes for point-and-shoot convenience.

The Versatility of SLR Photography with Point-and-Shoot Simplicity
The right-side-mounted mode dial makes one-handed shooting comfortable, and 12 versatile shooting modes let you make the call: shoot fully automatically, master a given situation with a Programmed Image Control mode, experience the excitement of manipulating shutter and aperture combinations, or go fully manual. Additional advanced exposure controls include AE Lock, FE Lock and AutoExposure Bracketing, which records three consecutive exposures for one shot to make sure you get the effect you want. And with a touch of the depth-of-field preview button, you can check the front-to-back sharpness of an image just before shooting. Illumination is always flattering thanks to automatic flash output reduction in backlit daytime conditions and built-in redeye reduction.

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Product Dimensions 2.9 x 5.6 x 3.9 inches
Item Weight 1.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 6 pounds
Item model number 8861A001
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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4.2 out of 5 stars 231 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,955 in Camera & Photo
#224 in Camera & Photo > DSLR Cameras
Date first available at February 8, 2006

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I went digital 5 years ago. My first was one of the very old Olypus digitals; no removable storage, just a cable to the computer, 120 low resolution or 30 medium resolution shots and then the memory was full. The colors were always off, there was no zoom, and it was amazing that it worked at all. No wonder I also bought a pocket 35mm camera to take "real" pictures since the Olympus' were so small, grainy, and colorless. At least the 35mm had a datestamp option. 3 years later I bought the Canon PowerShot S30, then when I lost it (or had it stolen?) I replaced it with the S40. The PowerShot S50 sold today is the same body style with more pixels and a couple of annoyances fixed.
This camera is NOTHING like those cameras. I had plenty of complaints about the S30 & S40. My biggest gripe was missing the shot. I take pictures of children, especially at school functions. I would line up a wonderful shot, push the button... and they would move! They'd get up and walk away, they'd turn around, they'd crowd into the subject, I was missing 80% of my shots. About a year later, the shutter would finally click. So my hard drive is filled with so-so shots that would have been winners if that annoying delay hadn't gotten me... again!
No problem with the Digital Rebel. Press the button, focus is lightning-fast, then click goes the shutter. You look through the viewfinder to frame your shot, not at the back on those hard-to-read LCD screens. Several modes allow multiple pictures, just in case, such as in Sports mode. I am seeing such an improvement in my pictures since I got this camera a few weeks ago.
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I've owned three digital cameras before this (a very small Sony, a Canon G1, and an older Kodak), and have been impressed with instant feedback received by viewing your photo 2 seconds after you took it, but was always left with the feeling that I needed to be able to change lenses and have more control over the process.
What I really wanted was my old Canon EOS 650 (35mm) camera to work with a digital camara back so that I could make use of my existing investment in lenses. Well guess what, that is exactly what the Digital Rebel provides!
Much to my surprise, all of my old EOS EF lenses work very well with this camera and I am getting much better results than I expected. This is a huge improvement over my other digicams - better resolution, color, overall quality, and I am in awe of what I get with my long telephoto lens.
A few notes. First, buy the kit lens (18-55mm EF-S); for $100 you'll use the lense and it is an incredible value (certinaly worth 2 to 3 times the cost). Second, if you take many indoor photos you'll want an external flash; I went with Canon's 420EX unti as it provides E-TTL exposure (essentially, the amount of flash is controlled by what the camera meters through the lens - a pretty amazing capability). Third, get a good amount of memory, like 2 512K card; its relatively inexpensive and by taking lots of photos you'll learn more about the camera's abilities sooner.
I am getting very long battery life (well into many hundreds of photos per charge), so unless you are headed off into the woods you may be able to hold off on purchasing a spare battery.
In summary, if you are an old 35mm EOS photographer, this is a complete no brainer since you get to use your lens investment. If you aren't, I'd highly recommend this camera anyway (and look into the Canon 70-200mm/f4 telephoto lense - its extremely high quality and a reasonable price). Now smile and say "Canon".
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canon's competitors must be scratching their collective heads wondering how canon has managed to deliver a true interchangeable-lens digital SLR for less than a thousand bucks. this is nothing short of a revolution in the d-SLRs world and it's hard not to get excited!
- can't stress this enough: value, value, value - a formidable d-SLR has landed south of the thousand dollar barrier.
- 6MP CMOS sensor.
- excellent resolution matches canon's own EOS 10D.
- seven manually selectable AF points - fast and reliable.
- 2.5fps continuous shooting speed up to four images regardless of resolution.
- accurate color reproduction.
- images virtually noise free at ISO 800 and below.
- very little redeye occurrence.
- good metering, although no direct control of metering mode.
- good manual preset white balance.
- shooting priority play mode - simply half-press the shutter during playback and you're ready to shoot.
- supports RAW format.
- excellent AF speeds, with virtually no shutter lag.
- impressive shot to shot times - basically you can shoot as fast as you can compose your shot.
- good selection of exposure modes.
- orientation sensor for automatic image rotation.
- playback magnification up to 10x.
- allows computer controlled shooting with included software.
- feels solidly built despite the plastic body.
- easy to use, integrated controls and displays.
- bright, high resolution LCD.
- fully compatible with canon extensive lens line.
- excellent battery life (but i still recommend getting a spare).
- excellent printed manual and supplied software bundle.
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