Canon EOS Rebel Ti
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Increase accuracy and clarity in your photographs with the fast autofocus of this Canon EOS Rebel Ti 35mm SLR kit with 28-90mm lens. Handle low-light situations with the handy pop-up flash with an ext
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This camera defines the term "user-friendly." The mode selector dial on the top right of the camera body is easy to read and use. It offers just about every feature any serious photographer could need, from an aperture priority mode to full manual operation, and yet remains accessible to anyone who wants to just pick it up, turn it on, and start taking pictures. All menu operations such as ISO speed changes and multiple exposure settings are just a few button presses away, and all are easy to set. The camera even offers useful modes such as Auto Exposure Bracketing, a feature that automatically changes the exposure up to 2 f-stops for 3 frames, effectively overexposing and underexposing the same picture. This is useful for getting the exposure just right, and has saved some of my best shots.
The lens is also superlative. Going from a fairly wide 28mm to a moderate telephoto 90mm, the lens works suitably in almost every situation. The zoom is very smooth, and the auto focus is exceptionally fast. The clarity and quality of my pictures taken with this lens have been very good.
I have only experienced a few small problems with this kit, but they are worth noting. The Rebel Ti has no spotmeter, and only uses Canon's partial metering mode, which sometimes has trouble with difficult exposures and strong backlighting. The camera is quite noisy when winding and rewinding film, and takes a few seconds to do both as it prewinds the film. Lastly, the lens has front rotating barrel which prohibits the use of circular polarizing filters, a fact I discovered the hard way. The lens is also a little noisy when focusing.
The Canon Rebel Ti is a near perfect camera for a beginner looking for a solid starter camera or an advanced amateur needing to upgrade or a reliable backup. I love mine, and have no regrets with the purchase.
I did a lot of personal research on modern day SLR 35mm cameras before I made my purchase and my eyes were instantly fixated on this model. The only reason that I did not give this camera a full 5-star review is that this is not the best camera on the market. Dispite the excellent monetary value, depth of use (a 60-page manual included!), and film quality that is produced, this camera is not the best out there, and obviously lacks digital properties. However, being a college student, and having a film camera in mind, this was the best choice for me; I'm a proud new Canon owner, I don't regret my purchase in the slightest, and I can't wait to take more pictures.
All I personally recommend is: look for a better deal through Amazon's private dealers or on eBay, read the instruction manual, don't be intimidated, and have fun...this camera takes great pics, good shooting.