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The Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L is the centerpiece of the brand's new Travel Line - it's pricey but awesome. Other components of the line are pricey and less-awesome.
|List price (US) *||
Body only: $799
|International naming|| US: Canon Rebel Digital XTi
Japan: Canon EOS Kiss Digital X
Elsewhere: Canon EOS 400D
|Body material||Plastic (Stainless Steel chassis)|
|Sensor *|| 10.1 million effective pixels
10.5 million total pixels
22.2 x 14.8 mm CMOS sensor
RGB Color Filter Array
Built-in low-pass filter
3:2 aspect ratio
|Dust reduction *|| Low-pass filter vibration at power-on (can be interrupted)
Anti-static coating on sensor surfaces
Software based dust-removal (camera maps dust, removed later)
|Image sizes *|| 3888 x 2592 (L)
2816 x 1880 (M)
1936 x 1288 (S)
|Output formats|| RAW (.CR2)
RAW (.CR2) + JPEG Large/Fine
JPEG (EXIF 2.21) - Fine, Normal
|Image processor||DIGIC II|
|Lenses|| Canon EF / EF-S lens mount
1.6x field of view crop
|Focus modes|| Auto Focus
Manual Focus (switch on lens)
|Auto Focus|| 9-point CMOS sensor *
AF working range: -0.5 to 18 EV (at 23°C, ISO 100) *
|AF modes|| AI Focus
|AF point selection|| Auto
|AF assist||Flash strobe|
|Shooting modes|| Auto
Program AE (P)
Shutter priority AE (Tv)
Aperture priority AE (Av)
|Metering|| TTL 35-zone SPC
Metering range: EV 1.0 - 20 EV (at 23°C, ISO 100, 50 mm F1.4)
|Metering modes|| Evaluative 35-zone
Partial 9% at center
|AE Lock||AE lock button|
|AE Bracketing|| +/- 2.0 EV
0.5 or 0.3 EV increments
+/- 2.0 EV
Auto (100 - 400)
|Shutter|| Focal-plane shutter
30 - 1/4000 sec (0.5 or 0.3 EV steps)
Flash X-Sync: 1/200 sec
|Aperture values|| F1.0 - F91 (0.3 EV steps)
Actual aperture range depends on lens used
|White balance|| Auto
|WB Bracketing|| +/-3 levels
Selectable Blue/Amber or Magenta/Green bias *
|WB fine-tuning|| Blue (-9) To Amber (+9)
Magenta (-9) to Green (+9)
|Color space|| sRGB
|Picture style *|| Standard
|Custom image parameters *|| Sharpness: 0 to 7
Contrast: -4 to +4
Saturation: -4 to +4
Color tone: -4 to +4
B&W filter: N, Ye, Or, R, G
B&W tone: N, S, B, P, G
|Drive modes|| Single
Continuous: 3.0 fps up to 27 JPEG / 10 RAW frames *
Self-timer 10 secs (2 sec with mirror lock-up)
|Mirror lockup||Yes (custom function)|
95% frame coverage
Magnification: 0.8x (-1 diopter with 50 mm lens at infinity)
Eyepoint: 21 mm
Dioptric adjustment: -3.0 to +1.0 diopter
Fixed precision matte
Proximity sensor disables LCD shooting mode information *
|Viewfinder info|| AF points
Exposure Level / Compensation
AF/MF focus confirmation
|DOF preview||Yes, button|
|LCD monitor *|| 2.5" TFT LCD
Wide viewing angle (160° horizontal and vertical)
7 brightness levels
Up to 10x zoom playback
|Camera settings display|| Shutter speed
Meter / Exposure compenation
White balance & fine tuning
Custom function set
Auto focus mode
Auto focus areas
Black & white mode
Image size / quality
|Record review|| Uses last play mode *
Magnification possible *
2 / 4 / 8 sec / Hold
|Flash|| Auto pop-up E-TTL II auto flash
Guide number approx 13
Modes: Auto, Manual Flash On/ Off, Red-Eye Reduction
X-Sync: 1/200 sec
Flash exposure compensation: +/-2.0 EV (0.3 or 0.5 EV steps)
Coverage up to 17 mm focal length (27 mm FOV equiv.)
|External flash|| E-TTL II auto flash with EX-series
|Other features|| Orientation sensor
Automatically writes FAT16/FAT32 depending on capacity
|Auto rotation|| On (playback uses orientation
data in file header)
|Playback mode|| Single image
Single image with info (histogram brightness / RGB *)
Magnified view (1.5 - 10x in 15 steps, browsable)
9 image index
Jump (by 10, 100 or date)
|Custom functions||11 custom functions with 29 settings *|
USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed)
|Storage|| Compact Flash Type I or II
FAT 12/16 and FAT 32 support
No CF card supplied
Up to 9999 images per folder *
|Power|| Lithium-Ion NB-2LH rechargeable
battery (supplied & charger)
CR2016 Lithium battery (date/time backup)
Optional ACK-DC20/ACK-700 AC adapter kit
|Direct printing|| Canon Selphy Printers
Canon Bubble Jet Printers with direct print function
Canon PIXMA Printers supporting PictBridge
|Dimensions *||127 x 94 x 65 mm (5.0 x 3.7 x 2.5 in)|
|Weight *|| Body (no battery): 514 g (1.1 lb)
Body (inc battery): 556 g (1.2 lb)
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* New or changed compared to the EOS 350D / Digital Rebel XT, see next page for details
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