Friday, November 20, 2009

Canon EOS Rebel T1i Hands On

The rumors were true. Canon has crammed the $1500 50D's sensor and 5D-Mark-II-like 1080p video capture into an $899 entry-level Rebel.
We ran it through its paces for a few hours, and it's awesome.

Find the full Gizmodo review here.

Below, a video from "What Digital Camera".

Canon EOS 40D - Video review

Canon EOS 7D

The latest EOS enthusiast SLR has been built from the ground up with an advanced autofocus system and high-speed motordrive.

Can too much choice be a bad thing? Canon doesn’t seem to think so. With the addition of the new 7D, there are now no fewer than nine different digital SLRs in its current EOS family. The EOS 7D is definitely the odd one out, however – and not just because it fails to fall in with the time-honoured Canon numbering system.
You can think of the 7D as a GTi version of the 50D – or a small-sensored high-speed alternative to the EOS 5D Mark II. But to look for family resemblances is perhaps to miss the point.

This is a camera that has been designed from the ground up to make its own mark on the world of digital photography.

Read the full review by Photo Radar.

You can also watch a video review here below.