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

Announced Jan 24, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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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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I currently have an old DSLR (Canon 450D) which I find I am using less and less. There are a few reasons I am not using it so much: - Young family - its not so easy carting it around when you have screaming kids in toe - It doesn't take video, only stills - I never get round to doing anything with the photos! I have a relatively good Android phone (Nexus 4) and have taken to using Google Plus which I think is incredible. It has allowed me to put together some nice picture / video collages...
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Hi all, First time posting here and I have been torn for weeks so I decided to try posting here. I have read dozens of reviews, articles and other forum posts and I am at a quandary.My current gear-Canon XSi which I have had and loved for 4+ years but am starting to feel its limitations in terms of ISO, processing power for continuous shooting RAW and FPSTokina 11-16 f2.8, Canon 18-55 kit lens, Canon 55-250 kit lensI primarily use my camera in the outdoors on hiking and mountain climbing...
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Hello,  I have upgraded to PS7 couple of month back. Now when I need to develop some pictures, PS7 in my laptop do not recognize camera RAW! Any idea why? I use canon EOS 450D and canon program to download pictures to laptop. I have been using CS4, CS5 perfectly o same laptop for last few years, no problem at all. Any help would by appreciated. --Kind RegardsSanyiwww.sanjivphotography.com
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Hi. Back on my old 450D I could program between one and 10 (I think) shots to be taken after the self timer went off. This was excellent for getting shots of people in a relaxed pose after they thought the first shot had gone. Is there this option on the 7D? I cant find it. Many thanks
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I am trying to update an EOS 450D from firmware version 1.0.4 to 1.1.0. After the first step it stays on the "Loading..." screen forever (more than 30 minutes now). How long does this take normally? --Hans
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I'm a hobbyist (that may even be generous), and have had my Canon 450D with the kit lenses for about 5 years.  I've been pretty pleased for the most part, although I've felt that better glass would enhance my results.  I've got several kids involved in sports - both indoors and outdoors, and have been disappointed in the results I've gotten taking images of their events, especially indoors.  I've just purchased a 70-200 f/2.8 IS to accompany it (series 1).  Last week I was trying it out...
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My 450D died - just won't switch on. I've been told it will cost €230 to fix though they haven't told me exactly what the problem is.  What is the equivalent newer model and price?  I have Canon lenses so can't change maker.
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Hi,  I am a novice DLSR user and have always used a Canon (first 350D then the 450D).  I went to buy a new Canon - was going to get the 100D because of its compact size but the salesgirl talked me into getting the Sony A58.  I really like the quality of the photos it takes but only WHEN THE CAMERA WORKS.  The problem I have is that being a novice I tend to use the camera in auto a lot.  When this camera is in auto and we are inside it is taking the photos without the flash and the ISO being...
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