DPInterface June 2008 News Archive

June 10th, 2008
It's the baby XSi!

Canon announced the middle child of the Canon Rebel XTi and XSi today... and it's called the Rebel XS, aka EOS 1000D in some places.

Canon Rebel XS aka EOS 1000D

  • 10.0 effective megapixels (CMOS sensor)
  • Canon EF and EF-S lens mount (1.6x crop factor)
  • DIGIC III processor
  • Dust reduction
  • 2.5 inch LCD
  • 7-point AF and NO spot metering
  • 95% coverage optical viewfinder with 0.81X magnification
  • Full manual controls with RAW mode and hotshoe
  • Auto Lighting Optimizer
  • Live view with contrast detect AF
  • 3 FPS burst mode (unlimited JPEG); 1.5 FPS for RAW up to 6photos
  • SD/SDHC memory card slot
  • Uses LP-E5 lithium-ion battery; takes up to 500 shots (CIPA Standard, live view turned off)
  • Available in July, price to be announced
  • Comes in your choice of silver and black (black only in most parts of the world)

Canon also released the new 430EX II external flash unit, which comes to replace the 430EX (of course). The new flash features more manual controls and a metal foot and new locking mechanism (same as the 580EX II).

June 10th
Canon Rebel XS SLR

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