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

Announced Jan 24, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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DCRP Review: Canon EOS Rebel XSi
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Jun 28, 2008)

The Canon EOS Rebel XSi is a very good entry-level digital SLR. It offers very good photo quality (with the appropriate tweaks), lighting fast performance, live view, and a large LCD display. The camera has its share of flaws, though, including soft JPEGs at default settings, redeye, sluggish contrast detect autofocus, and a rather high price. Still, the Rebel XSi is a solid choice for those...

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Canon EOS 450D review (Rebel XSi)
By: Matt Golowczynski, What Digital Camera (Jun 12, 2008)

Operational quirks aside, there’s little to dislike about the 450D. The evolution of the EOS line has resulted in a refined model, with ample features and image quality to match. Low-light shooting can be carried out in confidence thanks to the great noise control, while its size and weight, together with its revised interface, are likely to appeal to the younger generation and first-time DSLR...

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

The Canon EOS 450D / Rebel XSi is a powerful DSLR for the money and a worthy successor to the best-selling EOS 400D / XTi. Canon has sensibly followed Nikon’s winning strategy for the D80 and instead of aiming at the lowest price-point, has gone for a more upmarket model with a design and feature-set that will appeal to those who may still be budget-conscious, but see the value of...

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