Canon EOS Rebel XSi Review

Posted: May 8 2008, 1:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:56am CDT, in I4U Gadget Reviews


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The test lab at our review partner Digital Trends tested the Canon EOS Rebel XSi DSLR Camera. The Canon EOS Rebel XSi scored an Editor's Choice Award. Canon introduced the Rebel XSi in January.

Quote from the review: "Like the price of a barrel of oil, the megapixel count of D-SLRs continues to climb. When Canon and others first unveiled popularly-priced digital single lens reflex cameras, 6MP was the resolution spec, and everyone was thrilled. Today, 6-megapixel cameras of any type are practically ancient history. In fact, most new D-SLRs such as the Nikon D60, Pentax K200D or Sony DSLR-A200 kick off at 10MP with 14s becoming much more prevalent in 2008, such as the recent Editor's Choice-earning Sony DSLR-A350. As for the new Canon EOS Rebel XSi, it fits right between them with a resolution of 12.2MP, but proves slightly more expensive if you look at it on a pure pixel-for-pixel comparison. Yet digital cameras are about much more than pure resolution-they're about speed, picture-taking ability and loads of little things that separate the good from the bad. With that in mind, it was time to see if Canon had a winner on its hands-or, to put it bluntly, a clunker instead."
Read the full Canon EOS Rebel XSi Review.

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