Canon EOS 450D (EOS Rebel XSi / EOS Kiss X2)

Announced Jan 24, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi guys, I'd like to firstly point out that I am beginner with DSLRs and I may use the wrong terms so forgive me! I need help figuring out whats happening to my camera. It started with the light meter not functioning properly. The meter will be in the center when I change the aperture but the pictures will come out super exposed.  Now my shutter button is 'locked' and I can't take any photos and I noticed that the light meter in the view finder is dead. However I am still getting a...
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Hi all, I am getting into car photography and videoing, I have just upgraded from a 450d to a 700d primarily for the video function. When I video the car going past, the car appears out of focus and distorted. Is there a setting/tip to improve this- something obvious? My Galaxy S3 seems to be doing better than this! Video Many thanks, Alec
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This christmas I will be upgrading my Fujifilm HS30EXR for a canon 60D. Obviously, I want to get some basic lenses for my new camera (especially since I can only afford it body only) and I came up with the idea of striking a trade with an aquaintence who owns a 450d with kit and the horrible 75-300mm lens. This woudld mean I would get two lenses (albiet not amazing ones, but ones that will be good enough until I can afford the 70-200 F4L) plus a spare body. I just wanted to know how good the...
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By: Ishimaru (3 months ago)
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So i have a problem. First of all i have an old Canon 450D since 2010 with 3 lens. The classic 18-55mm that i never used.A cheap 50mm 1.8 that i use when i want more sharpness and light but is hard to use on tight spaces, dinners mostly.And a 18-200 Tamron that is allways in camera.I know this "package" is cheap and nothing special but allways worked for me. Now i want an upgrade. I waited for photokina but nothing special for the price i want. My budget is 1000€.After some research i only...
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By: seb25 (3 months ago)
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Hi everyone :-) I'm curious about a few things concerning basic photography and studio photography and I'd appreciate any light people can shed on this for me! I have a Canon 450D, the kit lens and a Canon  50mm f/1.4 USM prime lens* 1. Studio - In order to get a white backdrop pure white (with no shadows) and a black backdrop pure black (with no shadows) I know that there must be a 2-3 stop difference between the subject you are photographing and the backdrop itself. I'm wondering does the...
KS Chang
By: KS Chang (4 months ago)
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I had EF 17-40mm f/4L USM with my Rebel XSi for few years.  It worked great.  However, it stucks/jams after taking the first photo when I put it on a brand-new 5D Mark II. Why is it doing that?  Is it the lens or camera problem? Note: My 5D Mark II is brand-new. It works flawlessly with all other EF lens.
catalinx
By: catalinx (4 months ago)
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Hi, i want to buy a sh canon 450d with 18-55 is kit lens. I recieve the photo with the kit lens but i don't know if the 18-55 has a problem. I post a photo below with the 18-55 surrounded by white color. Is this a problem?
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Hi, i want to buy a sh canon 450d with 18-55 is kit lens. I recieve the photo with the kit lens but i don't know if the 18-55 has a problem. I post a photo below with the 18-55 surrounded by white color.
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Hello photo buffs,After 4 years of gap, I'm starting to get interested in photography again.I currently have Canon 450d/XSi, Canon 50mm f/1.4 and Tokina 12-24 f/4. I want to move to X-e2 so I can reduce the size and weight for every day use. However, since I will always use Tripod for landscape weight is not so much of an issue and I would like to use my Tokina for landscape.My main question is if I use adapter I will have to focus and meter manually. Manual focus doesn't seem too difficult...
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Hello all! Greetings from Ireland! I took a group shot for my family (celebrating my grandmothers 80th), I have a Canon EOS 450D and I have two lenses - the kit lens (18-55mm f/3.5-5.6) and a Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM lens. I couldn't fit everyone in with the 50mm lens, so I used the kit lens. I bought an external flash, Canon 430EX II, which I used to take the group photo. I was in the corner of the room and I bounced the flash off the white ceiling at a 90 degree angle. The aperture was f5.6,...
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