Canon EOS 550D (EOS Rebel T2i / EOS Kiss X4)
All in all, the EOS 550D is the most compelling DSLR of its class that we've ever tested. It is hard to imagine how much more we might realistically expect from a product of this type, and although the improvements that Canon has made over the EOS 500D aren't revolutionary, the 550D is a better camera than its predecessor. In terms of both still and video capture, the 550D is currently the best camera of its type on the market.
All-round use, enthusiasts looking for a bargain second body, or beginners that don't want to outgrow their camera anytime soon.
Entry-level ergonomics won't suit all photographers, and the frame rate and AF system isn't up to sports and action work.
DCRP Review: Canon EOS Rebel T2i
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Apr 17, 2010)
This 18 Megapixel camera features excellent photo quality (even at high ISOs), a compact, well-designed body, a gorgeous 3-inch LCD display, snappy performance, and a Full HD movie mode. There aren't many downsides: Images are on the soft side, especially if you're using an inexpensive lens. Redeye is a problem, and there's no tool to remove it in playback mode. The continuous shooting mode...
Canon EOS 550D review (Rebel T21)
By: Matt Tuffin, What Digital Camera (Mar 29, 2010)
The EOS 550D is an excellent camera, offering a beginner similar specs to an EOS 7D semi-pro model at a fraction of the price. The low-light and video perfromance are a superb bonus to the excellent overall image quality.
Canon EOS 550D (EOS Rebel T2i / EOS Kiss X4) review
Canon's EOS 550D / Rebel T2i is a very impressive DSLR which redefines what we can expect from the upper entry-level category. Just five months on from the high-end EOS 7D, the EOS 550D / T2i delivers essentially the same image quality and flexible movie modes at half the price. Sure the EOS 550D / T2i doesn't share the build quality, speed and handling of the EOS 7D, but with 18...
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