|From the EOS Rebel line, Canon introduces EOS Rebel T2i that brings professional EOS features into an easy to use, lightweight digital SLR. It features an 18.0-megapixel CMOS sensor that captures images with outstanding clarity and tonal range. Rebel T2i features Canon's newest Dual-layer sensor, with 63-zones and has a high-precision, 9-point AF system utilizing a high-precision, f/2.8 cross-type center point Its APS-C size sensor creates an effective 1.6x field of view as compared to 35mm format. Also, it features the Canon DIGIC 4 Image Processor that dramatically speeds up the entire camera operations for spontaneous operation and offers improvements in both fine detail and natural color reproduction. To achieve a phenomenal level of performance in nearly any situation, DIGIC 4 Image Processor works together with the EOS Rebel T2i's CMOS Image Sensor. It comes with a high-resolution 3.0-inch (3:2 aspect ratio) Clear View LCD monitor that features 1.04 million dots/VGA for brilliant detail.
It is equipped with ISO 100-6400 expandable to 12800 for shooting from bright to dim light. Rebel T21 features HD Video capture technologies with manual exposure control for more creative control. Together with its manual controls, the EOS Rebel T2i allows for full use of Canon EF and EF-S lenses including Macro and Fisheye. It is likewise equipped with a Movie Crop function that is first for EOS cameras. It is capable to capture 1920 x 1080 Full HD video at frame rates of 24 (23.976), 25 or 30 (29.97) fps, for up to 4GB per clip, HD at 1280 x 720 (50/60 (59.94) fps) or SD/VGA at 640 x 480 (50/60 (59.94) fps). Movies are saved as MOV files and can be viewed in Full HD through its HDMI output. The EOS Rebel T2i is equipped with a built-in microphone for simple mono recording and stereo sound can be recorded through a self-powered external microphone. It is compatible with both SDXC memory cards for greater storage capacity and Eye-Fi SD cards, which are equipped with a Wi-Fi transmitter (IEEE 802.11b/g) and internal antenna for wireless, high speed transfer of images.
Posted 2010-11-01 and updated on Nov 01, 2010 6:55pm by richard