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Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR Camera with EF S 18 55mm f3.5 5.6 Lens Black OLD MODEL
Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR Camera with EF S 18 55mm f3.5 5.6 Lens Black OLD MODEL

Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR Camera with EF S 18 55mm f3.5 5.6 Lens Black OLD MODEL Price History

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Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR Camera with EF S 18 55mm f3.5 5.6 Lens Black OLD MODEL Description

High-Quality Photos

The Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 Lens is the perfect choice for photographing stunning landscapes, portraits, and macro images with outstanding clarity and detail. The 8.0 Megapixel CCD image sensor ensures that each shot you take will be rich with vibrancy and depth. The combination of its precision optics, precision autofocus, and precise image quality ensures maximum accuracy and clear, sharp results. Alongside the incredible picture quality, the Canon Digital Rebel also offers an impressive range of features to help you capture the perfect shot, from its industry-leading ‘Picture Style’ shooting modes to its sophisticated color management system.

Unrivaled Performance

The Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR Camera is a true workhorse when it comes to performance. Its high-speed DIGIC II Image Processor ensures the camera’s performance and speed are top of the line. With its ultra-fast shooting at 3 frames per second to its responsive shutter speed at up to 1/4000th of a second, this camera is the perfect choice whether you’re a beginner or a professional. It also provides an impressive range of creative shooting options, including 27 Custom Functions and 9 Picture Styles to give you the power to adapt and adjust the camera according to your needs.

Unparalleled Versatility

The Canon Digital Rebel also provides the utmost versatility for photographers. It comes with a compatible EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 lens, offering an impressive focal range of 18mm to 55mm, offering excellent coverage for everyday shots. On top of this, the Camera’s range of features supports lens changes, allowing you to swap out different lenses and accessorize for added convenience. This makes it the perfect choice for any situation.

Durable Design

The Canon Digital Rebel XT DSLR has been designed for an incredible level of durability. Housed within a solid, all-metal body, the camera features over 100 weather-resistant seals to ensure that your investment stays safe from the elements. On top of this, the ergonomically designed body is comfortable to use and provides a secure grip in any situation.

Features:
– 8.0 Megapixels for superior image quality
– High Speed DIGIC II Image Processor
– 3 frames per second ultra-fast shooting
– Compatible EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 Lens
– ‘Picture Style’ shooting modes
– 27 Custom Functions and 9 Picture Styles
– Weather-resistant seals
– Ergonomically designed body
– 1/4000 of a second shutter speed

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  1. N. T. Cowan

    This camera is nearly a decade old. This review was written in March 2012 and this camera came out in 2003.
    I bought it because I was interested in beginning photography, and didn’t want to spend too much. So I bought an older model to get the feel.

    I read countless reviews before buying this camera.
    I am very impressed. A family member of mine has a Canon XSi that I have used a few times, and I honestly think this camera is much better quality.

    -The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was that it was very small, very narrow.
    -In reviews, I read that this camera has a tiny view finder, equivalent to viewing “a postage stamp at the end of a tunnel.” I do not find this to be accurate. Sure, it would be nice for the viewfinder to be a tad larger, but its current size is perfectly manageable.
    -I was worried about the 8MP compared to the modern 12MP or so. I shouldn’t have even hesitated. The detail on this thing is quite good. I uploaded three photos. One of paint splatters to show off its colour. Second of the Santa Fe railyard to show off its nice contrast. Third of a tree to show off its detail. Those pictures were taken with a 28-80 lens, rather than the kit lens.

    -One thing that really bugs me truly is the small LCD. I barely get an example of the image with that thing. The only true way I can determine if an image is good is when I upload it to my computer. Newer models have larger LCDs, some 3 inches, which I’m pretty sure is twice the one on the XT!
    -The memory cards for this thing are different than current models, and can go up into the $40’s for only a few GB!(sandisk compact flash) Luckily mine came with one, but be warned.
    -Sometimes the shutter-release-button (not so great on my terminology yet) sticks. I’ll hold it half-down to focus, and it won’t take the picture when I try to push it down fully. Happens probably 3/10 shots. Mostly why I gave this 4 stars instead of 5.

    So if you’re a beginner, this camera is perfect for you.

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  2. N. T. Cowan

    I’m brand new to the SLR world and decided about a month ago I’d continue a hobby I had started in middle school. I was torn between the XTi and the XT. After doing much research, learning, and getting information overload, I decided for my needs, I’d pick up the XT. From what I read, the difference in MP wouldn’t be much of an issue for me. The self cleaning on the XTi would be awesome. It came down to an issue with money and “wife” approval. At just under $600 with kit lens, the XT was “psychologically” a little easier to buy than the XTi. Anyway, I’m in the tech field and began thinking of the bodies like computers. New and better stuff will keep coming out faster and cheaper, in this hobby the lenses seem to be the real investment.

    Anyway, so far I love the camera. I’m learning still but I do like the creative modes the XT offers. Kind of like step learning. I’ve got down all the terminology and what each thing does, but need to learn how it actually works and think the creative modes offered on XT are the perfect bridge.

    I have absolutely no complaints so far about the camera (although i did get the dreaded 99 error that I’ve read about, but I turned off the camera and it went away. I hope I didn’t get a dud).

    The Good:

    1. Great value in my opinion
    2. Camera feels good overall (some have complained about it being too light or feeling cheap). I don’t get this impression at all. Although one of the cons I’m listing does have to do with the shape.
    3. Easy to use with plenty of different modes to help you along the way

    The Bad:

    1. Like others have complained, the grip feels a bit compacted. I don’t have really big hands, but it feels a tad unnatural holding the camera. Its not terrible though, but its a little annoying
    2. Not necessarily against this camera, but one thing I didn’t think about is that you can’t shoot with glasses on. Too hard. But it does have an adjustment that goes to -2.5 (right at my vision) and I can shoot with no glasses, or contacts.
    3. The kit lens leaves something to be desired. I’m a newbie and I can already feel the limitations of this lens. Under sunny conditions, the lens performs pretty good, no complaints. But indoor photography sucks for lack of a better word. Plus the range doesn’t seem useful. Its a short telephoto and maybe a long wide. Would I buy it with the kit lens? Yeah, for only $70 or $80 more, I think its worth it. However, if choosing b/w the kit lens and picking up the nifty fifty (Canon 50mm prime), I might have been better off picking up the body only and getting the nifty fifty. I’ll know when I actually order the nifty fifty. I guess I felt I wanted some range, so I went with the kit.

    I am going to pick up the nifty fifty to see what this camera can really do. I’m pumped about the hobby and so far so good. I think I’d be even more excited if I had better glass on the cam. But I’m still learning. Maybe the kit lens isn’t all that bad and its the photographer.

    The only bad thing about this hobby though is that initially, I thought I would be happy with the body + kit lens. Now I want more glass, better flash, monopod, etc, etc.

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