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Canon EOS Rebel T2i
Instead of replacing its tired, old XS and XSi models to compete with younger, sprier models from Nikon, Sony, and Pentax in that extremely popular price segment, Canon chose to release an update to its more expensive T1i in the less competitive price range. Included in the new T2i dubbed the EOS 550D overseas are some notable enhancements to its video capabilities, an updated metering scheme inherited from the 7D, an enhanced LCD, and a resolution jump to 18 megapixels. While there are nits to pick with aspects of the camera and areas where even cheaper models outpace it, as an overall package, the T2i narrowly takes the place at the head of the pack of consumer dSLRs. The good things about it are its fast performance, excellent photo quality and above average video-capture quality. You can probably find the viewfinder to be a little annoying and not to mention the irritating control layout for video capture. The bottom line is Canon EOS Rebel 12i is a great follow-up to the T1i, if you want the best photo and video quality in a dSLR. (Agencies)
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