Canon EOS Rebel XTi Black SLR Digital Camera - Body Only


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The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi offers an unbeatable combination of performance, ease-of-use and value. It has a newly designed 10.1 MP Canon CMOS sensor plus a host of new features including a 2.5-inch LCD monitor, the exclusive EOS Integrated Cleaning System featuring a Self Cleaning Sensor and Canon's Picture Style technology, all in a lightweight, ergonomic body. The Digital Rebel XTi is proof positive that Canon continues to lead the way with their phenomenal digital SLRs.

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LCD Screen Size: 2.5 in

Memory Card Support: CompactFlash (CF) Card

Effective Megapixels: 10.1 Megapixel

Camera Type: Digital SLR Camera

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Product Title: Canon EOS Rebel XTi Black SLR Digital Camera - Body Only

Manufacturer: Canon

Lowest Price: $40.00 from Adorama

Power Score: 4.7 | 23 Reviews

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For a first DSLR, look no further

Strengths: Unbelievable high ISO performance; excellent value; intuitive controls and buttons; combined LCD/status indicator; auto LCD shutoff sensor; automatic sensor cleaner

Weakness: No spot metering; no in-body stabilization; long wait between burst mode shooting (slow buffer); not the greatest battery life; no AF assist lamp

This is my first DSLR. I've used digital point and shoots, from ultra compact to full-body "SLR like" cameras for years. I decided to go the DSLR route because I wanted a camera with good low-noise high ISO performance. It was down to the Nikon D80 and this camera. The reviews I read indicated the Canon as the better in ISO performance, and it was much cheaper, so it was a no-brainer. Even at...
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By GoneTomorrow - Mar 8, 2008

Great bang for the buck

Strengths: Image quality, features, weight, price

Weakness: Small grip, no thumb wheel

Full disclosure: I'm a Canon guy. From my 35mm SLRs to point-and-shoots to now, DSLR, I've always been a fan of Canon. Given that, I found the controls on the XTi to be very intuitive and easy to get around the various features. The image quality is fantastic. I decided to forgo the kit lens and went with a Sigma 30mm prime (which is fantastic) and couldn't be happier with the quality for a 1.6x...
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By agent211 - Feb 20, 2008

Best Digital Camera For The Money

Strengths: High quality photos, ease of use, battery life is forever when using 2 in the extension handle, lenses are easy to change out, flawless in every way.

Weakness: None that I can think of.

I\\\\\\\'ve owned the Rebel XT model for 2 years and never had any trouble with it. I can take over 800 photos without a battery recharge. The original XT has a smaller screen, but still very useful.I am buying the XTi for a 2nd one to have for other lenses. Going to sporting events I need 2 different lenses and don\\\\\\\'t have the time to change them out.

By CaptainJacksBlackPearl - Nov 21, 2007

Great Camera

Strengths: Larger LCD, more shortcut buttons than XT, overall great performance

Weakness: Nothing major, high iso performance is slightly nosier than XT

Great camera combined with Canon's great lens lineup. Small grip does not bother me, despite long finger. I have used for numerous situations from bird watching, airshows, and landscapes with no serious issues. Have not experienced any under-exposure issues that others have commented on. Thanks

By jsrhino - Jan 26, 2007

Excellent continuation of the Digital Rebel line...

Strengths: Larger LCD, Dust preventer, auto off screen screen sensor, higher pixel rating

Weakness: None so far

This is my 3rd rebel as I had the original and the XT. This is exactly what I was looking for in terms of an upgrade. The last versions had smaller lcd screen and were likely to collect dust on the sensor. This version remedies the dust problem and increases the lcd size. There are some other differences in terms of the menu layout and canon finally got past the 3 digit limit of "999" read out...
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By joelkirzner - Jan 14, 2007

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