Cannon EOS Rebel XT 8 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - 18 mm - 55 mm - Black

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For convenience, ease of use and no-compromise SLR performance, look no further than the EOS Digital Rebel XT. Featuring Canon's Digital Trinity - an 8.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor, Canon's own DIGIC II Image Processor and compatibility with over 50 EF Lenses-the new Digital Rebel XT has an all new lightweight and compact body, improved performance across the board and the easiest operation in its class, simplifying complex tasks and ensuring the perfect shot every time. With intuitive simplicity, powerful performance and unprecedented affordability, the Rebel XT is the EOS digital camera for everyone.


Quick Glance

LCD Screen Size: 1.8 in

Memory Card Support: CompactFlash (CF) Card

Camera Type: Digital SLR Camera

Effective Megapixels: 8 Megapixel

Lens Mount: Interchangeable

normalized-Weight: 17.1

normalized-Optical Zoom: 3


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Product Title: Cannon EOS Rebel XT 8 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - 18 mm - 55 mm - Black

Manufacturer: Cannon

Lowest Price: $695.00 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 4.5 | 52 Reviews


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TriState Camera

Strengths: I cannot say enough good things about TriState Camera. I ordered a camera for my daughter's birthday. After I placed the order, the store called me to tell me that the camera was not in stock. I expec

Weakness: none

I cannot say enough good things about TriState Camera. I ordered a camera for my daughter's birthday. After I placed the order, the store called me to tell me that the camera was not in stock. I expected a battle to get the situation resolved. Instead, I was met with a great deal on a better camera and the store picked up the cost of overnight shipping in order to get the camera to my daughter in...
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By anonymous; - Jul 7, 2009

EOS 350D

Strengths: Professional quality at a reasonable price.

Weakness: None for my purposes.

I have used 35mm slr's for over 40 years as a professional. I found that with adaptors and long lenses, it was easy to convert to digital. The 2000th/sec allows me to hand hold a 300mm and 500mm lens. The multiple shot mode is quick and you can cover fast action without "burning film." The through the lens viewing makes it easier for precise focusing of manual lenses. A good camera for all around...
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By WSmithSWFL - Nov 29, 2007

Great camera

Strengths: small, powerful, the best introduction to digital SLR photography, well built, full of features.

Weakness: needed a bigger battery, the kit lens can be limiting sometimes, feels small in the hand

As entry level SLR this camera is the best. and as they say in SLR photography the lens does matter, then all you need is to change the lens to a better one and you are set to go a little bit more proffesional.

By anonymous; - Oct 25, 2007

Beware of hot pixel

Strengths: Take really good picture and inexpensive for DLSR.

Weakness: Hot pixel, lack of features that many other smaller point and shoot camera offer, small LCD and Hand grip area feel small.

A friend of mine and myself bought the same camera and discovered that at a long exposure of 5 sec and up...it started to produce red, blue or green dots on the picture. This only happen when the picture is zoom in. Please check hot pixel on google and you will find out what I am talking about. I am no expert at digital camera and dont know how does it compare with other digital camera. Newegg...
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By dm042447 - Aug 24, 2006

I'm disappointed in it

I can't share pictures on the internet, i can't find out how to change aperture in "manual". Many people say about fast focusing, i didn't find it fast, it cannot focus even when small object fits whole focus square. The rest will be later.

By SerJah - Jun 30, 2006

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