Canon EOS Rebel

The E0S Digital Rebel is a 35mm shutter SLR (Single-Lens Reflex) auto focus camera with multi-modes, auto exposure and built-in motor drive. It is often ranked in top 10 of Canon cameras as it brings excellent SLR picture quality which is comprised from the existence of a 6.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor and the elite Digic Image Processor.

The picture taken will come out sharp and in-detail, as the electrical upsurge of each pixel is captured which accounts for the super clear images. Moreover the DIGIC Image Processor perfects the image with superior processing, ensuring clarity, altering shades in highlighted areas and even recreating color where needed; all which appears very natural. In addition the DIGIC also helps preserve battery life and stabilizes the camera’s receptiveness and speed.

EOS is a light-weight camera giving credit to ergonomics. Dimensions would be approximately 148.0mm x 99.8mm x 69.0mm and weighs around 500 g. Additional features of the EOS Digital Rebel include:

  • Self-timer that lasts 10 – sec. readily controllable with wireless remote control.
  • A manual retractable built-in flash is located on the top of the camera which covers up to 18mm focal length.
  • One battery pack BP-511/512
  • An external LCD screen of 1.8 inches which displays the shutter speed, aperture setting, film speed, film-loaded indicator, exposure level, depth-of-field, and other indicators such as battery life in 12 different languages.
  • Compatible Lenses include a range of more than 50 EF Lenses, EF-S Lens and Speedlites amongst others.
  • Picture Size- 24 x 36 mm
  • Field of view- V-90% H-90%
  • Aspect Ratio 2:3 (Vertical:Horizontal)
  • Color Filter System – RGB primary color filter.
  • Image Processing: Preset modes- Auto, daylight, shade, overcast, tungsten bulb, fluorescent light, flash.) Manual- White card reading.
  • Zoom lens- EF 35-80mm f/4-5.6 Approx.
  • Image Protection and delete options – one or all images which are not protected can be erased.
  • Shutter Speed that ranges from 1/1000 sec. to 30 sec. that is controlled by a vertical-travel focal plane.
  • Viewfinder that is locateD on the pentaprism up to the eye level with 0.75x magnification and 90% coverage. When the LCD screen is not used, the viewfinder shows information such as shutter speed, aperture, exposure level, depth-of-field priority, camera-shake alert, out-of-coupling-range warning, flash charge completion and AF in-focus indicators.
  • Metering & Exposure Controls that lets you select shutter speed priority, aperture priority, depth-of-field priority, TTL meters, evaluative, partial and center-weighted metering manually, whilst using flash and the program modes.
  • Lens Mount- on EF mount
  • Film rewind which rewinds automatically after the last frame is shot.
  • Film Speed range- ISO 25 to 5000 that can help you choose the right speed for specific lighting situations. Full Auto, Landscape, Close-up, Night Portrait or Flash Off modes requires an ISO speed between 100 and 400 in 1/3-stop increments. When using flash, ISO speed is automatically set to 400 in Full Auto, Close-up and Night Portrait modes, and 100 in Portrait mode.
  • Panorama images can be captured and the Easy PhotoStitch software included with the camera lets you combine chronological images with no lines or misrepresentation.
  • TTL autoflash control which automatically shoots along with flash in low lighting conditions.

High speed 7-point wide area AF with applied focusing points, 12 different color settings, auto and manual exposure controls and the pop-up flash with automatic red-eye reduction; with features like this the EOS Rebel allows amateur photographers to achieve overnight expertise with the help of the manual SLR functions mixed with digital novelty. The advanced construction of the camera, excellent image quality, LCD screen, simple controls allow easy and firm operation of the camera with ultimate satisfaction.

This Canon EOS Rebel Review is Written/Updated on Jul 28th, 2010 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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