Canon unveiled the EOS Rebel T2i in February. 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.
Digital Trends has now published a Canon EOS Rebel T2i review.
Quote from the review: "There haven't been many recent DSLR introductions for less than $999. Sure you can spend four grand for a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV or a $5,000 Nikon D3s, two of the newer ones available, but those models are really for pros. News on the affordable DSLR front has been pretty sparse-until now as Canon just introduced an upgrade for the popular T1i which remains in the line-up. The new T2i bumps up the resolution from 15 megapixels to 18MP while juicing speed to 3.7 frames per second (from 3.4). Metering is enhanced as is the LCD screen. Since this is 2010, what's a DSLR without HD video?-and the T2i has it at improved levels (1920×1080 at 24, 25 or 30 fps versus a very jerky 20 fps for the T1i). Sounds great on paper but the real world is the only one that counts. Time to check it out."
Read the full review on Digital Trends.
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