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Canon EOS Digital Rebel T1i Black 15.1MP Digital SLR Kit w/ 18-55mm IS Lens, Full HD Video, HDMI Output, 3" LCD

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The Canon EOS HDMI Digital Camera features a new CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor for faster processing of fine detail and natural color reproduction. It's compatible with over 60 Canon EF/EF-S lenses and most Canon EOS System accessories. Plus, the Canon EOS HDMI Digital Camera includes a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens for quick and easy image capture.

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The Canon EOS HDMI Digital Camera features a new CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor for faster processing of fine detail and natural color reproduction. It's compatible with over 60 Canon EF/EF-S lenses and most Canon EOS System accessories. Plus, the Canon EOS HDMI Digital Camera includes a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens for quick and easy image capture.

Canon EOS Digital Rebel T1i Black 15.1MP Digital SLR Kit w/ 18-55mm IS Lens, Full HD Video, HDMI Output, 3" LCD:

  • New 15.1-megapixel CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor
  • The Canon Eos Rebel Digital SLR Camera, T1i Black 15.1MP Digital SLR Kit includes Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens
  • Full-HD video capture at 1920 x 1080 resolution; HDMI output
  • 3.0" Clear View LCD
  • The Canon Eos Rebel Digital SLR Camera, T1i Black 15.1MP Digital SLR Kit has a Live View Function for stills (Quick, Live and Face Detection AF modes) and video
  • Capture images and video to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included with purchase of your Canon 15.1MP Digital Rebel T1i)
  • HDMI output for HD viewing of stills and video
  • Auto Lighting Optimizer
  • The Black Digital Camera w/ 18-55mm IS Lens with Full HD Video has a wide range ISO setting 100-3200
  • Canon Digital Rebel is compatible with over 60 Canon EF/EF-S lenses
  • Self Cleaning Sensor Unit
  • Metering Modes: 35-zone TTL full-aperture metering
  • Self-timer: 10-sec. or 2-sec. delay or 10-sec. delay plus continuous shooting
  • Canon EOS Rebel T1i 15.1MP Digital SLR has a Flash Exposure Compensation of ±2 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
  • Black Digital Camera w/ 18-55mm IS Lens with Full HD Video Continuous Shooting Speed: Max. 3.4 shots/sec. (with One-Shot AF or AI Servo AF)

Specifications

Aspect Ratio: 3:2
Color: Black
Exposure Modes: Y
Optical Zoom: 3x
Battery Size: Battery Pack LP-E5
Features: Scratch resistant ,  Yes ,  Anti-glare technology ,  Y
Contained Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Minimum Shutter Speed: 30 seconds
Model: Rebel T1i kit
Number of Megapixels: 14MP & Up ,  15.1 MP
Screen Size: 3"
Interface Type: USB
Brand: Canon
Has Red Eye Reduction: Y
Maximum Shutter Speed: 1/4000 seconds
Manufacturer Part Number: 07541
Has Self-Timer: Y
Shooting Mode: Landscape ,  Night portrait ,  Portrait ,  Close-up ,  Sports
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 2.40 x 5.10 x 3.80 IN
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i am in the market for my first digital slr. coming from a canon 35mm and a p&s digital. have been researching and comparing t1i and t2i ... is the 2 really worth the extra $? i'm seeing conflicting info in product revews and really would apprecite any insights. for my budget, neither is 'cheap' as some reviewer have eluded. granted, many are much more expensive, but a budget is a buget.
by ConfusedinSC 8/23/2010
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  • A. I have the T1i and would not go with the 2 as they r so similar in what the do without the extra $.
    by lovesdancing3/5/2011
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  • A. I just bought the T1i and I checked and checked and went to camera shops to reasearch too and no one told me to get the T2i, they said it was not worth the extra money. I love my camera and would not trade it. Beautiful pics with this camera. I do pics for my family and friends and others and no one can tell the difference from this one to a $3000 one as far as pictures.
    by PhotoCrazyMommy10/20/2010
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  • A. The 2 has a slightly higher resolution, but 15.1 MegaPixels is very good resolution for most of us.
    by 66Bob9/12/2010
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  • A. The T2i is better at doing movies and also gives you more real estate to crop your photos. Other than that, or if you aren't going to do many movies, the T1i is more than adequate. I'd probably get the T1i or even the XS (unless you want big enlargements) and spend the extra money on a decent lens. The 50mm f/1.4 and the 85mm f/1.8 can be had for around that much and are much better at most things than the kit lens. Which is adequate with the IS, but a little slow for good portraits, and not long enough for most everything else. The camera is just a box to catch light. The lenses are what make the real difference.
    by ElGordo9/3/2010
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Excellent First SLR
2/8/2010

Customer review by ssmith1627

5.0 stars 2/8/2010 by ssmith1627
by ssmith1627

I read a lot of reviews and played with the cameras in the stores. I really wanted an SLR and I wanted that to be the Canon Rebel. From everything I can see, the basic XS is a good camera but the reviews left me with some questions about the grip and the overall cheaper feel of the product. I instead went with the Rebel T1i. This was 15MP instead of 10. And also is able to record video in HD. With a four year old, that seemed like a great addition. My interests are in photographing family, trains, birds and planes. This is my first SLR after having a Fuji Finepix S5200 for the past 4 years. It was a good camera and I took thousands of pictures with it but this Canon T1i is another world. The autofocus doesn't hunt and is basically instantaneous. I've taken pictures from full auto to manually adjusted pictures of the moon and have been very pleased with the results. Canon has a lot better cameras for a lot more money but this was a great choice for me.

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ssmith1627
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
11/10/2009

Customer review by Mikoo83

5.0 stars 11/10/2009 by Mikoo83
by Mikoo83

LOVE IT! there are so many settings to play with! It's just the best camera I have ever had so far! I'll be using it for as long as I can!

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Mikoo83
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Exactly the camera I needed for a decent price
5/7/2011

Customer review by heartofalion26

5.0 stars 5/7/2011 by heartofalion26
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I shopped around. I found what I wanted and I knew this would take great photos. I'm still trying to get the hang of it I've only used it maybe 5 shoots, but I'm amazed with my results! They rival pros in my city. For real. I did not buy this particular set - unfortunately, they were out of the set online - but I bought the camera and the lens separately (so it cost me quite a deal more, trust me. if this set is in online, BUY IT! before someone else does and it sells out again it's a STEAL deal!) and they amazed me. I'm a portraiture photographer (amateur but I do have high aspirations and high EXPECTATIONS) and the lens is the perfect length for me. I would have liked a bigger spectrum of zoom for this but unfortunately canon does not make the sort of lens I dream of. But given the quality, that's fine I don't mind buying a different lens later for zooming from afar (since I do portraiture that doesn't matter to me) and I don't know if they even make an IS lens that lets you get any closer to the subject than this lens. I'd estimate this lens will take pictures from 2 or 3 feet away to about.... 20 feet. Maybe a little more. This makes it a BIT difficult when working with small children or trying to do a self-portrait (if you're having a party with your friends and want everyone in the shot, invest in a tripod), because when working with small children, sometimes your hands are the babysitter AND the photographer so it does make things a little interesting. Its taken me awhile to get used to the strange settings. the files are HUGE so if you like to work around with photos, that's great :) DO invest in AT LEAST an 8 gig card for this reason... I do not like that in portrait mode, you cannot employ the flash yourself. This is quite annoying, you have to keep snapping pics hoping it will pop up automatically. and there is no live zoom in most settings - very annoying - unless I'm not finding how to do it but I've had my friend try to help me. we came up short. I do have a few cons with this camera and lens, as mentioned, but they are AMAZING. definitely invest in a UV filter it will protect the lens. the one I bought came with one for free as a bundle but it has definitely come in handy. and buy a cleaning kit. I know you don't think you will need it but you will. I'm investing in a case soon but I need to find one that allows me to keep the lens and camera TOGETHER and not have to take them apart each time. That's a little time-consuming. The camera is loud. It has auto focus and manual. These both take some getting used to. Auto is almost a must for begging to get used to the camera... if you're taking photos of active people/children that is. If your subject stays still more you should be fine with manual focus. I encounter some problems with auto focus because, for instance, if taking photos of two people and one is SLIGHTLY more forward than the other, sometimes it will focus on one and the other will be VERY blurry. so especially for close ups, manual focus is important with this thing. She may look like a lot of other cameras (my friend has one that LOOKS similar) but she is WAY better.... very much so! I do think eventually I will invest in a better flash. this one leaves something to be desired... but I bought this for low-light compatibility. It is VERY good at that. My friend's SLR takes a lot of blurry photos. The only blurry photos I've taken are mostly because of user ineptitude - hey, I'm still learning this thing! :P If you want this to do portraiture, this is the perfect camera for you. it looks impressive, feels impressive, and takes impressive photos. One more thing: THE COLORS ARE AMAZING!!! I have never ever seen a camera capture colors better! NEVER! The catchlights in the eyes... I don't know what it is about this but eyes look AMAZING! this combo is all you will need if you are going into photographing people. If you want to photograph events, you will need to purchase a telephoto lens but I did not buy one because I don't need it. Have not tried the HD video yet. Just haven't had a need for it. I would recommend this to ANYONE if they could afford it. Pro or amateur. it works fine as a point-and-shoot camera (it has a complete auto mode) and has many features I have yet to play around with for the more advanced.

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heartofalion26
NC
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:A few times per month
HD Video is Great
9/10/2010

Customer review by Geeisme

5.0 stars 9/10/2010 by Geeisme
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I love the HD video. Quality is better than I imagined. Some reviews said the camera sounds were too loud but I haven't found that to be the case. I am going to download a sample video if I can figure it out.

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Conyers, GA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
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7/29/2009

Customer review by ElGordo

5.0 stars 7/29/2009 by ElGordo
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This is probably the best deal on a camera right now. It has massive capabilities with a low price. This has the sensor from the 50D, and a newer processor. It shoots fast, and accurately. It comes with all the extra tecfhnology that all the previous Canon cameras have, sensor cleaning, Live View, and such, but this time it also has video mode! The video mode will shoot in 768 or 1080. In 768 it does 30 frames a second, which is standard, but in 1080 it will only do 20 fps which is a bit slow. You will notice a lack of smoothness in your videos but it isn't that bad. This might be due to the single processor in the camera, where the higher end 5D II (I think) has 2 or 3 to deal with the information. Anyway, the chance to use all your awesome lenses for making movies is nothing short of...well, really really awesome. Just think, you can do movies with your macro lens; no bug is safe! Pros: Everything. My "Cons" are just nit picking. Look at the price again! Cons: 20 fps at 1080. Shutter is only rated to 50,000 shots, whereas the 40D and 50D are rated for 100,000. It uses SDHC cards, so most people upgrading will have to buy new memory. It is still a Rebel and thus is very small; hard to grab onto for certain large handed people

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Gender:Male
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Warranty Information: Your EOS Digital Camera , when delivered to you in new condition in its original container, is warranted against defects in materials or workmanship as follows: for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase, defective parts or a defective EOS Digital Camera returned to Canon U.S.A. or Canon Canada, or their authorized EOS Digital Camera service providers, as applicable, and proven to be defective upon inspection, will be repaired with new or comparable rebuilt parts or exchanged for a refurbished EOS Digital Camera, as determined by Canon U.S.A. or Canon Canada, or the authorized EOS Digital Camera service center.
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