Canon unveiled a new DSLR camera in its Eos Rebel line called the T2i. The camera has an 18MP sensor and is capable of shooting continuous bursts at 3.7 frames per second. The camera is designed to bridge the gap between the entry-level DSLR cameras in the Rebel line and the more expensive prosumer DSLR cameras that Canon offers.
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The T2i can shoot full 1080p HD resolution video and has a 7x Movie Crop mode that claims no loss of image quality when the movies are taken in SD quality mode. The ISO range is from 100-6400 and it is expandable to 12,800.
Canon equips the camera with a 63-zone dual layer metering system and the camera uses a DIGIC 4 imaging processor. The rear LCD of the camera is a 3-inch unit with 1.04 million dots and a 3:2 aspect ratio. The T2i will sell for $799.99 for the body only and a kit with an 18-55mm IS zoom lens will sell for $899.99 with shipping set for early March.