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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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    From the moment you pick up the Rebel Ti, you will immediately begin to appreciate the ergonomically sound aspects of its construction. The right hand grip is contoured and shaped so that it is effortless to hold, and the light body makes transporting the Rebel Ti an easy task. However, as with all plastic-built cameras, the Rebel Tiís light, inexpensive to manufacture body is less rugged and more susceptible to the elements.

    Another aspect of the Rebel Ti that we immediately took notice of is the fact that Canon has placed the LCD screen, traditionally found on the top of the camera, on the camera back. This is one of the most obvious upgrades from the last Rebel, and its advantages are twofold. First, it makes for a much less cluttered and easier to read screen. It also allows the placement of a larger command dial (below), which is easily rotated with the right thumb.

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