Canon Digital Rebel XSi

  |   by DigitalCameraReview Staff

The Canon Digital Rebel XSi (EOS 450D) features a 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor at its core, supported by Canon’s DIGIC III processing. In terms of shooting speed, the new Rebel is capable to 3.5 frames per second for 53 full-res JPEGS (or 6 RAW images), and a 9-point wide-area AF system promises to speed things up as well.

  • Pros

    • Low-noise sensor raises the bar for entry-level DSLRs
    • Loads of JPEG processing control in camera
    • AF system still among the best
    • Lots of customizability
  • Cons

    • Camera doesn't feel as nice as it is
    • Revised kit lens still not so hot
    • Live view may or may not be useful
    • Default processing not as vibrant as some competitors

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