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Nice. Very nice.
Strengths: LCD display, feel, performance, speed, low light picture quality
I've only had the camera about a week, but have shot more than 2000 pictures with it - primarily of my daughter's dance performances. This camera was an upgrade from a Fuji S700. Dance performances have got to be one of the toughest shoots - low light, slow shutter speeds, subjects in constant motion, uneven lighting (spot lights, etc.). I shot over 800 pictures on a single battery charge - two nights in a row. The Sports setting gave me the best results. The continuous shooting mode was very nice - had to stop occasionally for about 30 seconds for the SD card to catch up. Feel and control are excellent. Camera is a bit large, but still fits in an expando briefcase. 3" LCD display is very nice.
By dotremain - May 7, 2009
Canon Rebel T1i Digital SLR
Strengths: Light and small. Lens is great for basic purposes, and is super sharp. Big LCD. Customizing functions to have more color control is very easy, and works great. Intuitive operation.
Weakness: Wish it took CF cards instead of SD cards.
Super camera. I "downgraded," so to speak, from a Canon 20D to the Rebel T1i, and I'm overall very happy with my decision. It's lighter and smaller than my old DSLR, and has a wonderful large LCD. I occasionally shoot portraits and small projects for clients, but I didn't feel like I needed a souped up pro body and definitely didn't want to shell out the cash for one. The T1i offers enough bells and whistles for a more seasoned photographer, and I also think it would be great for a beginning shooter - very easy to control.
I was most impressed with the color settings - I use the neutral setting for portraits, and I find that I barely need to adjust my images in Photoshop. I feel like I get more accurate exposure and color with the T1i than I did with my 20D. I do wish it took CF cards. SD cards always feel flimsy to me, and are easier to lose. But that's my only complaint with the Canon T1i so far!
By eskjess01 - Dec 2, 2009
Canon EOS Rebel T1i Black SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-55mm Lens
Strengths: great pictures
uper camera. I "downgraded," so to speak, from a Canon 20D to the Rebel T1i, and I'm overall very happy with my decision. It's lighter and smaller than my old DSLR, and has a wonderful large LCD. I occasionally shoot portraits and small projects for clients, but I didn't feel like I needed a souped up pro body and definitely didn't want to shell out the cash for one. The T1i offers enough bells and whistles for a more seasoned photographer, and I also think it would be great for a beginning shooter - very easy to control. I was most impressed with the color settings - I use the neutral setting for portraits, and I find that I barely need to adjust my images in Photoshop. I feel like I get more accurate exposure and color with the T1i than I did with my 20D. I do wish
By HemanthheDeva940 - Jul 15, 2010
Canon Rebel T1i Digital SLR
Strengths: good battery life, Nice features/settings, Quick Start-up time, excellent image quality, Bright LCD, easy to use
The T1i is a great upgrade from the Canon Rebel XS. It features a HD-Video functionality that works wonders when you want to capture every moment & play it back for some laughs. The screen is clear & is a good size. It's easy to adjust the settings/functions/& toggle between different modes.
By lanielaine03 - Jun 29, 2010
at this price you can't go wrong... but I say wait till the T2i comes out!
Strengths: great LCD screen, excellent picture quality, its smaller and lighter than a full frame pro dslr, many lenses to choose from, HD video modes
Weakness: No 24fps in 1080 HD video mode. No controls for video.
had this for 1 year. For the money it's a good deal.
This is a powerful DSLR with many features you will find on a much more expensive pro camera like the canon 5D. All the modes and controls you would expect from canon are available.
What I don't like about it: HD video is decent in 720 but 1080 is useless with No exposure control and No 24fps.
However, when the T2i comes out in a few months (with the same sensor the 7D has) it will have all the controls I complain the T1i does not.
If you are in the market to buy this camera WAIT TILL THE T2i COMES OUT!!!
By danimalplanet - Mar 11, 2010
You get what you pay for.
I bought this camera after a long spell not using an SLR (the last one I owned was a Yashica). This camera makes it easy to adapt to the different techniques related to digital as opposed to film photography. The things that are particularly useful are the big clear monitor, that makes it easy to focus in real-time mode, and change settings when using the viewfinder; the easy-to-use controls for manual changing of the aperture, shutter speed, ISO levels and focus. I can see the auto modes also being useful to someone making the transfer to an SLR for the first time which makes it a suitable camera for many kinds of photographers. My only criticism is that the body doesn't feel like it will withstand a lot of hard use. My friend has an older Rebel model which although it also has a plastic body, feels more robust. I've read that spending several hundred dollars on a camera doesn't in any way guarantee high-quality pictures, since the most important part of the equation is the lens. This 18-55mm zoom may not be the highest quality but stopped down to F8 and beyond it produces adequately sharp pictures. This camera and lens combination wouldn't satisfy a professional (maybe not even a dedicated amateur) but for someone who understands a bit of photographic theory they can be a neat creative tool, whilst at the same time someone just beginning can easily produce good pictures by using the pre-set modes.
By phibla on Adorama - May 14, 2012
I use this camera daily. I bought it refurbished and it works like new (knock on wood)... I have been so incredibily pleased by the outcome of the pictures. If you know how to take a picture (because taking a picture isn't all about the camera, it's the person too) and are looking for a simple to use camera it is highly recommended.
By ag2991 on Adorama - May 14, 2012
Relatively High Resolution For The Price
Practicing my approach to photo journalism of my family. In hopes to broaden my scope of subjects.
By bc.pennybags on Adorama - Mar 7, 2012
I definitely recommend this product
I have this camera with me all the time because you never want to miss an opportunity of that shot of a lifetime. both Adorama and Canon give you the online training in order to take phenomenal photographs
By JZ on Adorama - Jan 19, 2012
This is my first DSLR. It is a great camera. i have never been able to take pictures as clear in any situation, especially of moving objects with such clarity. Great for family photos and action shots and very fast. This camera is very easy to use. I recommend getting a book (other than the owners manual) on this camera specifically which will explain when and when not to use specific functions. This has helped a great deal. I recommend Canon Rebel T1i/500D: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Jeff Revell. I will never go back to a point and shoot.
By JSM31 on Adorama - Jan 16, 2012
Product used for digital art.
By Shadow on Adorama - Dec 26, 2011
I use this to take wildlife pics. With the right lens this camara is great. Now I am looking at buying the T2i
By flyingfish on Adorama - Nov 28, 2011
This is a GREAT camera.
I have a new baby boy and have taken lots of great pictures with this camera. I haven't found anything bad about the camera.
By Rocket Arm on Adorama - Oct 24, 2011
Love Love Love!
I bought this camera when I got tired of my point-and-shoot missing my toddler's quick movements...so many pics lost! The HD video is amazing and doesn't take a pro to figure out. This is my first SLR and I highly recommend it for first time users. Long battery life too :)
By Aubrey's mom on Adorama - Jun 10, 2011
My First SLR
This was the first SLR I've ever bought and I love it! I read through the manual so it was super easy to use all the features. I was surprised at how much lighter it is than my friend's Nikon. I was going to buy it new because Canon's refurb warranty is only 30 or 60 days, but when I found a refurb on Adorama with their 1-year warranty I got that! I can't even tell it was a refurb! I am soooo happy with this purchase!
By Sara the Newb on Adorama - May 23, 2011
This newer Rebel is lighter than the original. It is similar enough to my first Rebel that I could use it immediately without reading too in-depth in the manual. It is able to write the photos on the card faster than my first Rebel. [...]
By Teebee on Adorama - Jan 14, 2011
Great beginning SLR camera
Easy to learn
By Kristin on Adorama - Jan 12, 2011
No regrets. I researched this camera for a long time before buying and it came highly recommended almost everywhere. Works very well in low light situations without a flash. That was one of my main concerns and that worry has completely gone away. I am very pleased and look forward to my skills growing into the camera. The kit lens works just fine, but I will be saving up for a good zoom lens next.
By Mr. Green Jeans on Adorama - Sep 20, 2010
Great to be using an SLR again after using single lens digitals for several years. This provides all the creativity of 35mm but with loads of extra capability! Excellent value. Good for photo enthusiasts who want creativity and qauality. For those who start out using it in basic point and shoot mode - you'll be enticed to learn more.
By Island Girl on Adorama - Aug 1, 2010
Taking photos of my 15 grandchildren and wildlife. Easy to use but still learning. I noticed that the camera doesn't show the type of picture I'm shooting, i.e. jpeg, raw, etc. Learning process is easy so far but I really want to learn more aspiring things with this camera.
By crazecreekwoman on Adorama - Jul 27, 2010
Anything I tried till until now is great
By E on Adorama - Jul 26, 2010
I've had other slr's but this is great
It's good for whatever you want to use it for--- Family gatherings, landscape, inside and even for wedddings and such.
By John the shutterbug on Adorama - Jul 9, 2010
YOU could,nt SLAP the SMILE off my face
we potographed and video taped a friends wedding the ability to crop enhance and alter pictures is amazing the photo album we gave the bride as a gift is priceless the wildlife photos i have taken are exeptional im still learning so i expect my photos can only get better WE LOVE THE CAMERA
By SMILEY on Adorama - Jun 9, 2010
I love my new camera!
I bought this camera specifically for outdoor and wildlife photography. I have found it easy to learn to use it, just the right size and not too heavy to carry even with two lenses, and I'm getting beautiful results. I love it!
By Kimberly on Adorama - Jun 6, 2010
great value, no need to pay extra for T2i especially if you don't need or won't use the movie mode. with this camera you currently get a $150 discount when buying together with 55-250mm lense.
By nosina on Adorama - May 10, 2010
It is my new best friend
Great price for a great camera. Lens are needed for many desired photographs, but for general use, the provided lens is perfect. Great for people shots and relatively simple to use. It takes a while to figure out the best modes and settings, but the results are worth the effort and price.
By Steph the Ever-Enthusiast on Adorama - May 9, 2010
Couldn't be happier with this camera
I bought my T1i about a month ago and I'm very happy with it. I've used it for shooting sports (baseball, marathon), a concert in a dark nightclub, and photos of my family. The T1i has performed admirably. The concert photos in particular were noted by the artist (Amanda Palmer) on her Twitter feed. I used Canon's 35mm film AE-1 SLR for over 25 years and this is my first dSLR. I've found the controls to be easy to use in full manual as well as aperture and shutter priority modes. The live view mode (shooting using the LCD panel rather than the viewfinder) was a bit tricky -- focusing is done via a button other the shutter button and is a bit slow. I've been using this less than I had expected as result. I've been using the kit 18-55mm lens, which has been more than adequate for my purposes. When I was shooting in the club and at an elementary school musical it would have been nice to have had a zoom lens with more reach. Overall, I am extremely happy with this camera.
By Adam S. on Adorama - Apr 20, 2010
The best photos I have ever taken
I purchased this camera because I was no longer able to capture images of my son when he became a toddler. The shutter lag on my point-and-shoot was causing too many missed moments. The Cannon Rebel EOS T1-i has been wonderful. I have taken some of the most amazing shots. To have a vision of what you want...and then actually control whether or not it turns out that way is priceless. Highly recommend this camera to novice photographers (like myself). It is fun and easy to learn. Also has a great automatic setting if you're not the daring type. You will not be disappointed.
By Heather on Adorama - Apr 13, 2010
Entry level has been redefined
If you know just enough about photography to want some options yet not enough to understand them all then this is your camera. I can use the presets as a baseline and then manually tinker with things and get an idea of what things look like with each type of adjustment. As someone that wants to be a photographer someday but doesn't want to spend a fortune to get there, this camera gives me the opportunity to learn with equipment that won't let me down.
By Jude on Adorama - Apr 12, 2010
I am very satisfied with this product.
Good camera for a hobby photographer.
By Raven on Adorama - Apr 12, 2010
I've been using this machine for about 3 weeks and I'm very satisfied with the results so far. Since I'm an enthusiast, maybe some comments could be not so interesting for all of you, but I'll try. I bought 3 more lenses beyond the 18-55mm kit. Macro 100mm f/2.8, tele 70-300mm and a Wide just for fun... For now, totally impressed with the results...
By Giuliano Raimo on Adorama - Apr 11, 2010
Love this camera!
I bought this camera after owning Canon Powershots, which are great, but was ready for an SLR. Very easy to use, and takes great pictures. Would recommend to anyone wanting to step up to their first SLR.
By nmlr on Adorama - Apr 11, 2010
No complaints - it is a great camera. The CA mode is god for those fast shots when you don't want to miss the shot but full auto won't let you get the shot you want. Take time to read the manual and get comfortable with this camnera so you can get the best from it. Sure you ca use it in full auto mode but that is a waste of a great camera
By National Park Fan on Adorama - Mar 28, 2010
Bought this as a replacement for my Rebel XTi and was not disappointed!! Excellent upgrade! Great photos and video!
By grayvee on Adorama - Mar 21, 2010
Impressive Camera [...]
This camera is impressive [...]The camera is exponentially better than our Canon Power Shot A570 and it can be operated by a three year old in auto mode.There are many modes and features that will keep me busy learning for quite some time. The complexity of the controls are baffling at times and is my only complaint with the camera.The T1i has more bang/$ than the Nikon D5000 and no recalls.
By Jess on Adorama - Mar 1, 2010
Best camera ever of my gadgets!!
I like motorcycle and car shows, I was very disappointed when a took pictures on a nice car or motorcycle and came out so bad, but now with Canon Rebel T1i came out so nice and perfect that I enjoy watching my pictures and shear with my friends.
By henrytop74 on Adorama - Feb 21, 2010
Perfect for Non-Professionals
Great step up camera. Excellent pictures when in automatic for when you aren't sure, but with easy access to the controls when you feel like stepping out. And those extra MPs don't hurt either.
By Lew on Adorama - Jan 25, 2010
Everything it is advertised to be.
I like this camera.Added a Tamron 15x zoom lens and I am happy with it.I use an 8 gig card and its not big enough for Video or Raw+Jpeg.Battery life is okay,could be better.Needs a tilting screen and it would almost be a perfect starter DSLR.
By Jeff on Adorama - Jan 12, 2010
I like it more and more
This digital camera is very handy in everyday use because of it's weight. It has a perfect proportion of price and quality.
By Valda on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
Perfect product for newbie
Great camera with a lot of useful functionalities. Easy to use for a newbie such I am.
By Alkor on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
The video instruction not clear
The HD quality is very good, there should a better and more detailed description, on how to make cd and burn dvd.
By Riz on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
Love This Camera
My first SLR. Already had speedlite 420. Purchased with 18-55 and 55-250 zoom and Battery Grip. The grip is great for added battery options and really enhances balance when using long lenses. Menus are easy and especially like CA mode. With battery grip, and speedlite attached it is a lot more professional looking than I am.
By David on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
This is my fist SLR camera and I am nothing but impressed. I decided to go with the T1i over the Xsi because of the video option, and a few other better features. I have not regretted spending the extra money at all. This is a very solid comfortable camera that gives me a lot of room to grow into. The T1i is a great camera for someone looking to buy their first SLR. It's easy to pick up and start using right away for a newbie, but has many advanced features that experienced photographers need.
By Vince on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
I haven't used an SLR since college (10 years ago). I bought this camera to mainly use for taking pictures of my 4 kids. It has been pretty easy to figure out. I am thrilled with it's speed, taking pictures of moving toddlers isn't always easy. It's ability inside is great and the LCD screen is great. Overall I am very happy. Adorama was wonderful to work with.
By sarah on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
I love this camera. It has every feature and is easy to use. It takes excellent pictures which are crystal clear. Im not used to having so many features, so Im still learning how to use them all, but so far I love it.
By Meredith the traveler on Adorama - Jan 11, 2010
Pretty, Pretty, Prettyyyyyy Good
I love this camera! It was an upgrade from the Nikon D3000, and the image quality, low light performance, and HD video are great.
By Some Dude on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
It is very simple to use. Most functions are self-explanatory.
By Rich on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
great camera..simple to use
it has some great features, which i haven't used all of them yet, but very simple and straightforward. i would suggest only getting the camera and a lens or 2, the special kit is nothing great for the extra dough. the protective cover sheets for the lcd, last a few minutes at best.
By cape cod flashman on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
I would recomend this product to friends
I took the T1i to photograph the Rose Bowl Parade. The pictures turned out sharp and colorful. You would never think the floats were moving when they were shot. I was very happy with all 206 pictures and didn't have to delete any because of blur.
By Cat on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
Very good product
Camera is a very good performer. Video focus could be improved through automatic process. High ISO can be noisy but it's far better than most cameras I've seen. The kit 18-55 lens is good for close up shots and some general use. It is best however for close up use. I have found that I use the 55-250 lens more for general use. A lens in between these two would be ideal. Lastly this camera is a good pick for someone transitioning from a point and shoot. It has point and shoot features along with the more compex features to fine tune your photos.
By SJ on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
Love this camera
This camera is very easy to use.
By kavitt on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
i love photograhy, and ths camera simply get me through the day, i can shoot anything i want, sports, portraits and landscapes looks amazing, the only thing i donÃ‚Â´t like is the shutter speed, i wish it could be faster
By dkÃ‚Â´s on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
buy it and reccomend it to friends!
I like this camera for its quality features like 1080 video, large LCD screen and high 15 MP picture quality.
By VT novice on Adorama - Jan 10, 2010
Great Camera, way more then entry level
I was switching from SLR to DSLR. Wanted a good quality light weight compact DSLR for traveling. Looked at the Nikon D5000 and this one. They are on the high end of the "entry level DSLR" but it is more of an entry level semi pro cameras in my opinion. I like that Canon used the same sensor as the EOS 50D. A pro camera, while the Nikon uses the sensor of the a consumer product sensor of the D90. Also l Ike the fact that the body is still made in Japan as oppose to Thailand with the Nikon. This camera feels good in the hand, like my older film EOS I had. It is very ridged. The nikon just felt more like a toy compare to the T1I. It made the decision easier that all canon EOS lens fit each other. My film EOS is 12 years old, and all the glass I had worked with this camera. A really plus for any canon user thinking about upgrading, it could save you some money on glass. I had friends that had the D5000 and T1I, and the picture quality were both excellent, to say one was better then the other is splitting hairs. They both took great pictures. They both took pro quality photos. So my decision came down to non photo quality items. The AF function of both camera perform well. Did not really notice any advantage of the 11 AF point of the D5000 over the 9 of the T1I. The speed for action shots is pretty good 3.4/sec of continues shooting, the nikon was a bit faster to 4/sec. The 3" high res LCD made reviewing the shot so much easier, which made it is easy to over look the canon's lack of a swivel screen. Think that is why the D90 also has a high res fixed 3" LCD as oppose to the 2.7" swivel that the D5000 has. The screen quality is one of the biggest reason I choose the canon. I have to give the canon view finder the edge over the D5000. It seems larger. And it made shooting with glasses on easier. And I can focus the dioptric to my eye without glass also. I am not a flash user in general, the canon's 12800 ISO ability gave it a edge over the D5000's 6400. Both built in flash perform well for snap shoot shooting. The fact that the screen was left of center and the main function bottoms and nav control was on the right side made one hand operation easier while shooting. The Nikon config was not as well suited for one hand operation with the operations buttons on the left side and nav button on the right. I have a HD camcorder I travel with also, so the D5000 and the T1I HD video ability was not a factor in my decision. But I took a 1080P video with T1I, and it look fine on my Mac. The kit lens with the canon seem to be on par with the nikon, both plastic mounts. Think the nikon may have a very slight edge over the canon in this department. It seems to focus a bit quick. But I like that both were stabilized lenses. So even if I did not have canon glass already, the screen and ISO ability of the T1I gave it the nod over the D5000 for me.
By shoturtle on Adorama - Nov 8, 2009
This is my first DSLR. I love it.!
It is great for action shots at my kid's baseball games. I am looking forward to trying this camera with some specialty lenses.
By Gus on Adorama - Nov 2, 2009
Easy to use, controls within easy access
I use this camera for ladscape and water scenes, protraits, waterfalls
By Webby on Adorama - Oct 25, 2009
I use the camera for photographing wildlife. I'm use to a 20x zoom point and shoot, so the 55mm is short for me. My next purchase will be a 300x zoom lens. I love the feature of continuous shooting.
By Wildlife Shooter on Adorama - Oct 3, 2009
I love this camera!
My purchase was everything that I had expected. The only regret that I have is that I bought 3 memory cards, I think I could have gotten by w/only 2.[...] But, now I have 3, which is OK. I have taken about 600 pix already and I love the camera, the battery last a long time.
By MIMIGAL on Adorama - Sep 26, 2009
Excellent camera. I shopped around and this was the best value I could find. I had the camera in hand in two days.
By Jimmy T Nuts on Adorama - Sep 2, 2009
EOS 500D (Rebel T1i)
We really like this camera. It is our first d-SLR, so we are having a lot of fun with it.
By W&N on Adorama - Sep 2, 2009
Well worth the wait
Strengths: Easy to use top quality
Weakness: Video capability is lost on me
I've waited several years to jump into the digital SLR market, having to wait patiently with my point-and-shoot digital cameras until a worthy product arrived. And it has. I did not hesitate to buy the T1i as soon as I could. I use my older Canon SLR lenses with it, so I didn't have to give up that heritage.
The T1i is incredibly lightweight with the kit lens. It delivers what it promises - high quality shots in any mode. My favorite mode is AV, where I can compose shots like I used to with my analog SLR, working with depth of field to enhance my subjects.
Battery life is surprisingly long.
Buy a good quality LCD screen protector sheet to cover the huge screen -it's impossible not to smudge up.
It's been worth the wait.
By anonymous; - Jul 21, 2009
Canon EOS Rebel T1i (with 18-55mm IS lens)
THE GOOD: Fast performance; very nice photo quality; HD video capture. THE BAD: Annoying viewfinder; video capture is its only better-than-basic feature. THE BOTTOM LINE: A solid, slightly better-than-basic dSLR, the Canon EOS Rebel T1i delivers photo quality and performance that adequately compensates for most of its annoyances.
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By cnet.com - May 1, 2009
Best Entry-level DSLR Digital Camera with Resolution Atleast 14 Megapixel
Image is Good according to 20 Digital Camera experts. -- "The resulting photos were beautiful, and being able to switch back and forth between still and video modes quickly and easily in a single device was a pleasure."-pcmag.com -- "This is ideal when shooting high-contrast situations that include harsh shadow areas, such as landscape images where the foreground is brightly lit and the...
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By reviewgist.com - Dec 24, 2009
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Canon's 15.1-megapixel Rebel T1i has most of what's great about the EOS 50D in a smaller body, making it the the most advanced Rebel to date. As consumer digital SLR camera choices go, the Canon T1i is a safe bet, with a 3-inch, high-res LCD, an optically image-stabilized zoom lens, a 3.4 frame-per-second frame rate, and built-in HD movie recording capability. The Canon T1i's still-image...
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By Imaging Resource - Oct 5, 2009
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Canon Eos Rebel T1I receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS score of 3.59 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #2 Professional DSLR digital camera of all time. The overall rating represents an intelligent balance of features, value as a function of price to features, and a summary of reviews from a variety of sources. The TopTen REVIEWS' formula gives a picture of important consumer features, market value,...
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By TopTenREVIEWS.com - Aug 24, 2009
DCRP Review: Canon EOS Rebel T1i
The EOS Rebel T1i is a very capable digital SLR that not only takes great pictures -- it can record HD videos, as well (with limitations). Other nice features on the T1i include a 3-inch, high resolution LCD, a nice mix of automatic and manual controls, and the expandability that one would expect from a digital SLR. With tough competition, the Rebel T1i isn't leaps and bounds ahead of the...
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By DCResource - Jul 6, 2009
Best Budget dSLR
Bestcovery experts have rated the Canon EOS Rebel T1i Black SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-55mm Lens as a best pick for the Best Budget dSLR. Bestcovery's experts recommend the best products and services for a particular need based on extensive research and evaluations. Click below to see Bestcovery's full review of this product.
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By bestcovery.com - Jun 9, 2009
Camera Labs – Canon EOS Rebel T1i review
Canon’s EOS Rebel T1i is a feature-packed DSLR which boasts a wide variety of improvements over its predecessor. The semi-pro EOS 50D provides much of the inspiration with the T1i sharing the same resolution and sensitivity (albeit with a slightly different sensor), the same 3in VGA screen and an HDMI port just for starters. The T1i goes beyond the 50D though by becoming Canon’s second DSLR...
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By cameralabs.com - May 24, 2009
Canon Rebel T1i Digital Camera Review
Canon's Rebel T1i is the company's first sub-$1000 video SLR, with a 15-megapixel sensor, and the ability to record video at 1920x1080 resolution (though only 20 frames per second). It comes bundled with a 18-55mm, f/3.5 IS lens for $899.99, and has an impressive 920,000-dot 3-inch LCD. The T1i supports a wide range of ISO settings, from 100-12,800 including the extended range. This camera stands...
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By Digitalcamerainfo.com - May 22, 2009
Canon EOS Rebel T1i Review
The Canon EOS Rebel T1i is the latest DSLR camera to jump on the HD video bandwagon, offering 1080p and 720p quality settings. Also known as the EOS 500D, the successor to the Rebel XSi features a 15 megapixel CMOS sensor, 940,000 dot 3-inch LCD screen, Live View and ISO range of 100-12800. At $799.99 / £869.99 body only or $899.99 / £969.99 with the EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS kit lens, find out...
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By photographyblog.com - May 13, 2009
Canon EOS Digital Rebel T1i
Leaked accidentally on March 24th 2009, and realeased officially a day later, the EOS Digital Rebel T1 - known as the 500D everywhere else in the world - i is a digital SLR camera from Canon. Featuring the same body as the XSi, the T1i includes a sensor that matches that found in the 50D, allowing for 15.1MP images and full 1080p video recording. The device will cost $800 for the body only, or...
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