Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Digital Camera reviews
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D
8.0 Megapixel (APS-C CMOS sensor) DSLR ,3 frames per second shooting rate (14 frame bursts), DIGIC II image processor
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Outback Photo"A camera that stays always home because you find it too big is not of great help. We will probably use the XT as our travel snapshot camera. This is not meant negative at all as we think you can create very good work using the Rebel or Rebel XT."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-03-12. Read the full Outback Photo - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Imaging Resource"The Canon Digital Rebel XT builds on the huge success of the original Digital Rebel, a camera that literally turned the digital camera world on its ear when it was first introduced. A six-megapixel digital SLR that sold with a lens for less than $1,000, the Digital Rebel not only challenged Nikon, Olympus, and Fuji in the D-SLR business, but promised to cut drastically into the all-in-one "prosumer" market. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-06-04. Read the full Imaging Resource - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Photo.net"It looks very much like the image quality of the Digital Rebel XT is up to that of the EOS 20D. It's also evident from using the Digital Rebel, that it's a Rebel, i.e. a camera aimed at the consumer entry level, while the 20D is clearly aimed at the more experienced and serious photographer. Ultimately in many respects the cameras will be capable of yielding almost identical results, it's just that doing it with the 20D will be a little easier."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-05-10. Read the full Photo.net - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Steve's DigiCams"Just as the original Digital Rebel set a new price/performance standard for consumer dSLR's, the Digital Rebel XT has set a new value benchmark for this class of camera, and competes well with many prosumer dSLR's offered by its competitors. Offering 8-megapixels of resolution, responsive performance, flexible autofocus, accurate metering and excellent image quality at a $900 body-only price, Canon is sure to sell a lot of them."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-21. Read the full Steve's DigiCams - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from DP Review"The EOS 350D is 15 x 5 x 8 mm smaller, might not sound like much but it looks much smaller and in your hand feels more compact.Without a lens but with its battery and a CF card the EOS 350D is 110 g (3.9 oz) lighter than the EOS 300D, 36 g (1.3 oz) of which is thanks to the use of the smaller NB-2LH battery."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-29. Read the full DP Review - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from BIOS Magazine"Canon's EOS 350D Digital (Digital Rebel XT in the US) combines ease of use, a robust design, and many of the same compelling technologies found in Canon's professional series EOS cameras, making it an excellent camera for the money. Image quality is up slightly on its predecessor thanks to a new CMOS sensor and improved DIGIC image processing, its high-ISO performance was impressive, and its low shutter lag and nearly instant power on time will prove popular for impulsive snappers."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-06-09. Read the full BIOS Magazine - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Creative Pro"Just as the original Rebel was a scaled-down version of the EOS 10D, the Rebel XT uses the same sensor and image processing hardware as Canon's current mid-range offering, the EOS 20D. That means resolution has increased to 8 megapixels. (The original was 6MP.)"
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-13. Read the full Creative Pro - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from PCMag"The Rebel XT is built around an 8-megapixel CMOS sensor and was designed with consumers in mind. Even though it is very light and small, it retains the balance of an SLR. We found it easy and comfortable to hold with the 18- to 55-mm kit lens. (Note: Like many D-SLRs, there is an image-conversion factor with the Rebel XT because of the size of its image sensor. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-27. Read the full PCMag - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Let's Go Digital"The Canon EOS 350D is not an improved version but it is a totally newly developed camera. The sensor is identical to the one on the Canon EOS 20D; just its size is somewhat smaller. Other internal features like the processor have been upgraded. But the most striking part of course is the appearance of the body. The Canon 350D has visibly shrunk and its appearance is so much more beautiful than its predecessor."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-23. Read the full Let's Go Digital - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from Megapixel"When the Canon EOS Digital Rebel/EOS 300D was first released, many non-professional film SLR aficionados polished-up their film cameras, and then put them away neatly as future collector's items, as they made the switch to digital. Now, with the release of the Canon Digital Rebel XT in North America and the Canon EOS 350D in the rest of the world, Canon is pushing the consumer Digital SLR into the next generation, shrinking its size while increasing its resolution."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-19. Read the full Megapixel - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review
Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D review from CNET Reviews"The XT is a zippy performer. It offers more creative control than its predecessor and boasts an 8-megapixel CMOS sensor and Canon's Digic II processing engine. Canon touts its smaller, lighter body as well; it's nearly as small as you can get in a digital SLR."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-05. Read the full CNET Reviews - Canon Rebel XT - EOS 350D Review