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    Canon Rebel Ti SLR Camera
    Author: Talon
    Date Posted:08/09/2004 14:27.46
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: Buck for buck, the Rebel Ti is one of the best 35mm SLRs you can get. It has many features which are close in quality to professional models, and an autofocus that rivals them. And though it is built of cheaper materials, the Rebel Ti is a great choice for those looking for a less expensive entrance into the world of SLR photography.

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    Official Specifications

    Camera Features

     

    Camera Type

    35mm autofocus/autoexposure SLR Camera with retractable flash

    Max Shutter Speed

    1/2000 sec

    Viewfinder

    eye-level roof prism mirror with -2.5 to +0.5 dioptric correction

    Min Max Shutter Speed

    30 sec 1/2000 sec

    Max View Angle

    75 degrees

    Shooting Modes

    Full auto, Close-up, Panoramic, Portrait, Night, Sports

    Continuous Shooting Speed

    2.5 frames per second

    Film Speed Range

    ISO 6 - 6400

    Camera Features

    Autofocus Lock, Autoexposure Lock, Depth-of-field Preview Button

    Lens Mount

    Canon EF mount

     

    Autofocus features

     

    Type

    TTL-SIR (Secondary Image Registration) CMOS sensor

    Focus Modes

    1. Autofocus: One of the following two AF modes is set automatically depends on the picture taking mode. The shutter does not release until focus is achieved.
      1. One-Shot AF: Autofocus looks when focusing is achieved.
      2. Predictive AI Servo AF: Continuously tracks subject movement and achieves focus before the exposure starts.
      3. AI Focus AF: For automatic switching between One-Shot AF and predictive AF for moving subjects.
    2. Manual Focus: Manual focusing with the focusing ring.

    AF Working Range

    EV 1-18 at ISO 100

    AF Assist

    Automatic-emission beam

    Other Features

     

    Exposure Compensation

    Auto exposure Bracketing (AEB) up to +/-2EV in 1/2 steps or manual exposure compensation up to +/-2EV in 1/2 steps.

    Fastest Shutter Speed

    1/2000 sec

    Slowest Shutter Speed

    30 sec

    Bulb Function

    Yes

    Built-in Flash

    Yes, automatic pop-up retractable TTL autoflash.

    Red-Eye Reduction

    Yes

    Film Prewind

    Yes

    Eye Control

    No

    Camera Features

    Autofocus Lock, Autoexposure Lock, Depth-of-field Preview Button



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