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Jan 23, 2008 19:47 |  #1

Not just LiveView, but LiveView with AF. Wait and see :cool:



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Jan 23, 2008 19:51 |  #2

Slander.


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Jan 23, 2008 20:29 as a reply to  @ carianoff's post |  #3

And movie mode :p


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Jan 23, 2008 21:10 |  #4

Ain't these already in P&S? What's new?


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Jan 23, 2008 21:16 |  #5

Given that it's the next step up from a P&S it would make sense to offer it. I can just imagine people using Liveview exclusively though :lol:


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Jan 23, 2008 21:19 |  #6

flawlessly wrote in post #4768051 (external link)
Ain't these already in P&S? What's new?

new for dslr


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Jan 23, 2008 22:42 |  #7

here it is http://www.dpreview.co​m …/08012403canone​os450d.asp (external link)


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Jan 24, 2008 01:17 as a reply to  @ felix21685's post |  #8

Well he was right!

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Jan 24, 2008 03:55 |  #9

Thought so, simply from a business approach to the topic.

The XTi is Canon's base consumer 'introduction' SLR, and as such they're attempting to feature it as similar as possible to consumer point & shoots in order to increase attractiveness. Also, isn't LiveView the only thing Canon bodies have going for them compared to major competitors?



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Jan 24, 2008 04:17 as a reply to  @ TeeTee's post |  #10

XT is a lite version of 30D. 450D should be lite ver of 40D:)




  
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Jan 24, 2008 04:20 |  #11

The strangest thing to me is the lack of CF support. I know where they are coming from, but it's still strange to me...

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Jan 24, 2008 04:39 |  #12

Again, the SD move was a valid attempt to bridge the P&S and DSLR consumer gap.

Considering the market drop in bridge cameras, entry-level DSLR's are positioned strongly to replace them and thus must be equipped consonantly.



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Jan 24, 2008 05:14 |  #13

There are sample pictures for 450D: http://canon-eos-450d.blogspot.com (external link).


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Jan 24, 2008 08:06 |  #14

Wow, what a tough crowd. I know folks are dissapointed there's no 5D MkII yet, but the 450D looks like a terrific entry level DSLR, which is its market.
If I'm correct in my first glance, HTP, higher ISO, more ergonomic, faster frame rate, improved IQ (hopefully) are fine by me.
Wish they hadn't changed to SD cards, I'll have to change again when I go to FF, but I understand their reasoning (the P/S market). Also wish they had improved the LCD res.

Nevertheless, this is the entry-level DSLR I've been waiting for, and matched with a 24-105L, I'm confident I can manage some quite usable images... :D


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Jan 24, 2008 08:13 |  #15

TeeTee wrote in post #4767434 (external link)
Not just LiveView, but LiveView with AF. Wait and see :cool:

Canon unveiled a new digital SLR late Wednesday night, the EOS Rebel XSi. The new camera replaces Canon's current entry-level D-SLR, the XTi, and includes several features that raise the bar for the sub-$1,000 D-SLR category.
The 12.2-megapixel camera includes a 3-inch LCD reminiscent of consumer point and shoots, a live view feature previously only available in the much higher-end Mark III series, and improved image quality with a new CMOS sensor.
The new sensor allows for enhanced ISO sensitivity up to 1,600. The Analog-to-Digital conversion process has also been upgraded a to a 14-bit A/D processor. That essentially means the camera can produce more accurate colors than previous models. At the heart of the XSi is the Digic III processor that is being included in all new Canon cameras.
Finally, Canon has decided it's time to move to SD cards for the first time in an entry-level D-SLR. Forgoing the CF cards used in the XTi. the XSi now takes SD and SDHC cards. Shipping in April, the XSi can be had for $800 (body only) or as a kit with an EF-S 18-to-55-mm f/3.5-5.6 lens for $900


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