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Canon Rebel Xs Dslr Camera With Ef-S 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 Is Lens (Black) (Old Model)

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

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  • 10.1-megapixel CMOS sensor captures enough detail for poster-size, photo-quality prints
  • Large 2.5-inch LCD display; includes Canon's EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens
  • DIGIC III image processor provides fast, accurate image processing; Live View Function
  • EOS Integrated Cleaning system and Canon-designed Self Cleaning Sensor Unit, plus Dust Delete Data Detection in included software
  • Stores images on SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)

Buy Now : Canon Rebel XS DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens (Black) (OLD MODEL)

Brand : Canon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.3
Review Count : 602

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

  • In a nut shell (based on cameras in this price range):* Great picture quality, especially if you know how to manipulate Raw format - software is included* On the small side of DSLRs - can be a pro or con depending on your use* Included software to control the camera with a computer is a major plus for me* Lens is good for being included in a kit at this price, one of the best IMHO.* Read online professional reviews. Really helpful for me.* You can\'t go wrong with a Canon DSLR* This is a great entry level DSLR, if you can afford it and want more Megapixels and features, jump up to an XSi or TSi.* battery life is good - but get a spare just incaseThe Long Winded Stuff:I am a Canon snob ever since my first digital camera, which was a point and shoot Canon S30 3.2 MP I paid over $500.00 for. That S30 took better pictures (as far as quality) than my wife\'s Minolta 6 MP DSLR that I bought her years later. I must have bought at least 10 point and shoots and DSLRs for my family and work. All different brands. But every time I didn\'t buy a Canon I was upset with the purchase. There have been some good Nikons but none better than the Canons. My biggest disapointment was the Minolta DSLR I bought for my wife. Against my better judgement the guy at the camera store talked me into it.There are more qualified sites and people on the internet that will give you great professional reviews of the camera and all it\'s features. Here is a few reasons I chose this one:I was contemplating between the XS, XSi or TSi. I did a lot of research online before making my decision and in the end the price won out and I settled for a less megapixels and less $$$ (10.1 is plenty for what I needed). Like all Canon DSLRs this camera takes great photos and the kit lens that it comes with is a great lens for a DSLR in this price range. The body is on the small side and people with large hands may find it uncomfortable if they are taking pictures constently. But the small size also has the benefit of better portability.Besides the picture quality, my favorite feature is that it comes with the software to control the camera and most of it\'s features right from your computer. I actually use this feature a lot, because I do product pictures and indoor still life with it. I can set all aspects of the shot, aperature, sharpness, shooting mode, white balance, etc, then control the shutter right from the computer. The picture loads right to my computer, I can examine the shot adjust the raw photo or make any adjustments necessary and retake the photo without relying on the small LCD screen on the camera. The liveshot helps even more because I can view the shot live as I am setting up before I take the picture. Other copmpanies charge more $$$ for this benefit. I like to use Raw format and make adjustments then convert it to a user friendly format. If your not familiar with the Raw format, it is worth your time to do some research and learn about it, your pictures will be much better.
  • The Canon Rebel XS is a beginner\'s delight for many reasons. First, it comes with good kit lens (18-55 mm with Image Stabilizer). The kit lens is said to be one of the best in the entry level SLR\'s. Secondly, it has 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC III processor and it shares an interface with almost every current Canon DSLR all the way up to the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III. The pictures come out highly detailed, noise-free and sharp. The camera is light weight (but doesn\'t feel cheap or fragile) and memory slot holds SD/SDHC card which are much lighter, cheaper and faster than the old CF card which some other SLR\'s require. It has a decent battery life (400-500 shots per charge).From 12 modes on the dial, 7 modes are called Basic modes which have auto settings. Depending on the mode you select from it the camera will select the best settings for you, so that you just point and shoot. The other 5 modes are for creative photography where you can tweak different camera settings (metering, white balance, shutter speed, flash etc.) to suit the image. In these 5 modes you can also use the live-view, so that you click pictures looking at the LCD-screen (with 5X or 10X zoom).Another fact you should seriously consider if you\'re a beginner to the SLR photography: Canon Rebel XS has a 7-point AF system, compared to 3-point AF in Nikon D40/D60. A point focus system gives you the option to select a specific area in the whole frame to focus, it\'s especially useful when you\'re taking a Macro pictures and want to create a sharp image of the area/object you select by AF and a good blur (Bokeh) on the surrounding parts of the frame. Even though a 7-point AF in Rebel XS is lesser than a 9-point AF in SONY A200K, it still comes out better than SONY when you count other features in the Rebel XS. There is so much more scope for being creative using this camera.Many people have made a huge hue-n-cry that the Rebel XS does not having a spot metering. But in my use I still haven\'t found the desperate need of it. The Rebel XS has \"partial metering\' which reads approx. 10% of the viewfinder at center and you can recompose the image to your liking by adjusting the aperture setting and shutter speed in Manual mode, if necessary.If you are considering photography as a serious hobby then I suggest you to consider this camera. Once you get this camera you should start saving money to buy good Macro, Ultra-wide and Telephoto zoom lens then you will see what wonders this camera can do. In addition, Canon has a large collection of SLR lens that you can choose to fit this camera. So, for a price range between $450-470 this camera is a steal!But if you\'re still in doubt, then please read the complete review at: [...] and also go to the nearest Best Buy or local camera store to compare the performance of Canon Rebel XS with Nikon D40/D60, Olympus E-420, Pentax K200D and SONY A200K.One accessory I would recommend is the  Canon XS/XSI Digital Rebel Kit with Case, 58mm UV Filter and LP-E5 Li-ion Battery

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