Canon Intros the EOS Rebel T1i DSLR

Canon has just announced its EOS Rebel T1i DSLR. This is an entry-level DSLR and yet is loaded with two major features that you can only find in the high-end Canon camera – EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 50D. And what are these two features? HD video capture and 15.1 CMOS sensor.

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Of course, it’s pretty obvious that the EOS Rebel T1i is being released as a Nikon D90 competitor. It’s key features include:

  • 3-inch clear view LCD
  • live view mode

  • DIGIC 4 Image Processor
  • ISO Speed from 100-3200
  • full HD video capture at 30fps
  • auto lighting optimizer

Now, since this is an entry level DSLR, the camera’s SRP is not that expensive. In the U.S. when it is released sometime in May, the Canon Rebel T1i will have a a price tag of $799.99 (body), and $899.99 (with EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens).

Any guesses on how much this will costs once it his Manila? My guess is something between Php 35K-45K?

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  • oh man, this hot gadget is buzzing all around now! i’m all pumped up to see the actual unit… and the performance too.

  • nikon lunch D5000 and it has video too.

  • Thanks for sharing the information. It seems good for the people who want to start their career as freelance photographer but don’t have enough money to invest.

  • Thanks for sharing the information. It seems good for the people who want to start their career as freelance photographer hp nc6400 battery but don’t have enough money to invest.

  • yeah, it’s pretty. 35K-45K??? …..too…

  • I’ve admired Canon for a long while. A few months ago I feel that as a company it has gone off the boil. For a short time their particularly camcorder design was not what it used to be and in my experience, the standard of Canon’s camcorder goods was going downhill. HAVING SAID THAT, today I think they have become tops although they aren’t the cheapest camcorders.

  • this is expensive. its better to buy nikon products.