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New from Canon
February 8, 2011 - Dave Hecei
Monday, February 7th, Canon announced several new products in their popular digital EOS series. They announced a new telephoto zoom lens design with a built-in 1.4x multiplier. More importantly, they also announced the successor to the Digital Rebel 2Ti, aptly named the Digital Rebel 3Ti.
The new 3Ti will have an 18 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor. This sensor will have extended sensitivity with an ISO range of 100-6400, which can be expanded out to 12800. It will also use the Canon 14-bit DIGIC 4 processor chip. This combination will give the new 3Ti a much improved low-light shooting capability.
Like the other Ti series, the 3Ti will be compact and lightweight. Shooting will can be as simple as point and click, or you can use the advanced scene selections, along with full manual overrides. The 3Ti is a great choice for beginners and advanced amateur photographers.
Like the previous models, and the 7D and 5D mark II, the 3Ti will have a full HD video mode. It will capture full 1080P high-definition video in the AVCHD format. The 3Ti will also allow you to switch from still to video instantly.
The 3Ti is still a part of the huge Digital EOS camera system. There are over 60 Canon EOS lenses available along with flashes, remote controls, and other accessories compatible with other Digital EOS models. This means that if, or when, you outgrow the 3Ti and want to upgrade to a more advanced EOS model, all your lenses and accessories can go along with you.
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