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The Canon Rebel T1i features a 15.1 megapixel sensor and full HD video recording. A 3.0 Clear View LCD offers 920,000 dots of resolution for crisp review images with highly defined detail. Canon's current DIGIC IV processor fulfills processing requests, supporting live view technologies and Canon's simplified Creative Auto mode and Auto Lighting Optimizer system as well. Fourteen-bit analog-to-digital conversion allows the camera to shoot video at up to 1920x1080. The T1i can also capture up to 170 highest-quality JPEG stills at 3.4 fps.Read our Full Review of the Canon EOS Rebel T1i
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» Canon PowerShot G7 X Sports a One-Inch SensorThe PowerShot G7 X is a Canon compact with a 1-inch sensor. To shutterbugs, that news should excite as the PowerShot G7 X appears to occupy that highly sought after space where DSLR output meets the simplicity and convenience of point and shoot cams.Read More
» Canon PowerShot SX60 HS Brings 65x ZoomThe Canon PowerShot SX60 HS is geared almost solely taking long-distance pictures.Read More
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