|Capture all your special moments with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi/400D DSLR camera and cherish the memories over and over again. With 10.1 MP CMOS sensor and DIGIC II image processor, this DSLR camera lets you take smooth, detailed, and high-quality images. The 2.5-inch monitor on this Canon 10.1 MP camera makes it easy to view photos, read menu, and compose shots. With a high ISO sensitivity (up to 1,600), the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi/400D captures clear photos even in low-light conditions. What's more, you can connect this Canon 10.1 MP camera to the USB port of a PC or a printer, thanks to its dedicated interface cable. All things considered, this Canon 10.1 MP camera, with an EF-S IS USM 17-85 mm lens, aims to be a great travel companion.|
|Model||Digital Rebel XTi / 400D|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Sensor Resolution||10.1 MP|
|Lens For SD||EF-S IS USM 17-85mm|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash I, CompactFlash II, Microdrive|
Compact and lightweight; fast and responsive; intelligently designed with shooting-friendly layout.
Second status LCD has been eliminated; slow kit lens; no spot metering; poor exposure of backlit subjects.
The Canon EOS Rebel XTi remains a very good first dSLR, but ultimately a disappointing followup to the XT, which cedes its lead to the Nikon D80.
Average review score based on 21 user reviews
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I bought this camera body to fit into a used Sea & Sea DX-400D housing. My older Rebel 300D was not compatible with the housing and was a 6 MP sensor without a dust shaker/dust delete program. This is older Canon technology but still adequate for advanced amatuer UW photography with a DSLR and housing combination. It is similar in design technically to my 40D but this used UW housing was orders of magnitude less expensive than one for the 40D ($600 vs. $2600) and would have required another $1,000.00 for a TTL converter and lens gear drives for focus and zoom controls. This will minimize my expenses for an initial foray into DSLR photograpy UW. I've tried compact cameras in housings and they are usable but have some frustrating shortcomings with focus speed and lens quality that has impacts on image quality. My older Nikonos V camers still beat the compact digitals for image quality but film is becoming obsolete compared to digital for instant feedback, image delivery and darkroom processes with digital software packages (i.e. darkroom on a laptop with no messy toxic chemisty to dispose of at the end of the session).
The camera I received was in good condition, everything works fine and I am really enjoying it, but if you are looking at one to buy just be aware it does not have live view or some of the later features the new cameras do. The thing I like is it is the third of the price the new cameras are, and the pictures are great, lots of decent lenses fit this camera body and when you decide to upgrade the body, you can still use the lenses.
Bought this camera mainly due to the unique 400plus Hack.
Since I purchased the old 400D it became my everyday carry DSLR in place of my far expensive modern DSLR which I use for special occasions. It has its obvious shortcomings in the modern era where 18mp+ HD720-1080p Video reigns supreme.
10mp cropped CMOS sensor, lack of video support, restricted to Compact Flash, ISO sensitivity 1600(3000 can be achieved via 400plus), and lack of live view et cetera... Other than that just being a still camera is pretty good for something released in 2006. Picture quality is good as long as the glass/photographer is good.
Recommended for beginners on the cheap considering its usually sold used below $200 USD.
As for the reason why I bought it that being 400plus unofficial firmware upgrade it's updated regularly as of 2013. With that my 400D can go beyond ISO 1600. Do a timelapse without an external remote shutter, and more.
This Camera is great, photo's are amazing. I did purchase the 28-105mm lens on Ebay, which is now my everyday lens. The 28-55mm lens that comes with the camera is good, but you will want to upgrade.
I'm new to DSLR cameras. I like the fact that it can be modified in any way you choose depending on what your budget is. The price for this camera was in my range. Starter lenses are inexpensive but you can buy better ones or ones that meet your likes after you have learned the basics of the camera. Canon has a good reputation. I decided to buy this particular one based on the description of the camera and the picture. I liked the style.