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Canon EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR Camera
Canon EOS Rebel T3 SLR Digital Camera w/ 18-55mm & 75-300mm Ultimate Rebel Experience
Perfect for photographers ready to make the move to digital SLR photography, the EOS Rebel T3 delivers beautiful photos and video, speed, simplicity and fun. It
features a 12.2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor and Canon DIGIC 4 Image Processor for richly detailed images and quick camera response. It has Canon's amazing
63-zone, Dual-layer metering for accurate exposures and features Canon's Basic+ function, HD video recording and Live View shooting, plus a convenient in-camera
Feature Guide. Technology for Outstanding Images.12.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor and DIGIC 4 Image Processor for high image quality and speed. Canon's
CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) sensor captures images with exceptional clarity and tonal range, and offers the most pixels in its class. It
offers many of the same new technologies to maximize each pixel's light gathering efficiency that were first seen with the professional EOS-1D Mark III
model. It's an APS-C size sensor (22.2 x 14.8mm), and there's an effective 1.6x increase in the lens's marked focal length when attached. DIGIC 4 Image
ProcessorThe improved DIGIC 4 Image Processor ensures that images are captured, processed and saved with remarkable speed. The EOS Rebel T3 DSLR's new 3:2
multiple aspect ratio, in-camera RAW image processing, creative filters, image resizing and provided S2 and S3 image-recording quality are all possible thanks
to the DIGIC 4 Image Processor. With dazzling results, the new DIGIC 4 Image Processor also works to capture and process data of images shot at 12.2
Megapixels at 3.0 fps, as well as 14-bit signal processing for excellent image gradation, enhanced Face Detection Live mode, Full HD video recording, Auto
Lighting Optimizer and Lens Peripheral Optimization. Excellence from Dawn to Dusk.ISO 100 - 6400 for shooting from bright to dim light. With a broad range of
ISO settings, the EOS Rebel T3 enables shooting from sunrise to sunset and helps ensure capture of the finest...
Canon Digital Rebel XSI 12MP Digital SLR Camera
The EOS 450D represents Canon's response to the increasingly crowded and competitive nature of the entry-level DSLR market. Where the original
'people's DLSR', the EOS 300D, owed at least some of its success to the simple paucity of competitors, the market in 2008 is a very different place indeed,
and one that's seen Nikon (with the D40/D40x/D60) carve a sizeable slice of the action, and where Olympus, Sony and Pentax have strong offerings at price
points unthinkable just couple of years ago.
It would appear that Canon decided the best way to avoid getting caught up in the melee was to aim just a little higher, giving the EOS 450D as much of a
feature boost as it could without it treading on the 40D's toes. So although some of the upgrades are an entirely predictable box-ticking exercise (bigger
screen, live view etc), there are some pleasant surprises too. The new sensor is superb, and from a resolution point of view puts the EOS 40D to shame
without losing any of the high ISO performance that has been Canon's trump card for so long. Canon was never going to take any risks with its biggest
breadwinner, and we feel the EOS 450D is a significant, albeit incremental step in the right direction. We're certainly happy to see the improved
buffering, spot metering and ISO button / viewfinder display, as well as the improvement in the viewfinder itself.
These performance improvements (not just in continuous shooting but across the board) and new features make the EOS 450D feel a lot less intentionally
crippled than any of its predecessors, and put some clear blue water between it and cameras such as Nikon's D60 or Olympus's E-420 (with a small price
premium to match). In fact you can't help thinking that there is now a space at the bottom of the EOS range for a true 'entry-level' model, something the
internet's rumor mongers haven't failed to notice either.
Canon Digital Rebel XT 8MP Digital SLR Camera
The Canon EOS Digital Rebel camera now has a new, faster, even smaller big brother. Sibling rivalries aside, the 8.0-megapixel Canon EOS
Digital Rebel XT SLR adds resolution, speed, extra creative control, and enhanced comfort in the hand to one of the smallest and lightest digital cameras
in its class. Even with its advancements in ergonomic design and technology, this easy-to-use EOS digital camera is compatible with all of Canon's EF lenses, including the EF-S lenses.
Rebel Without a Choice No More
The EOS Digital Rebel XT camera takes its place alongside the original 6.3-megapixel EOS Digital Rebel camera that first placed an affordable,
high-resolution digital SLR into the hands of Canon consumers. The EOS Digital Rebel XT model is offered in two kit configurations: with Canon's high-quality
EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-f5.6 zoom lens (in matte black and in brushed silver) and as a body only (in matte black and in brushed silver).
The Canon Digital Rebel XT's image sensor
The Rebel XT's image sensor has the same 3:2 ratio as film cameras, creating an effective angle of view that is 1.6 times the normal EF lens's focal length.
While many of the feature advancements and innovations on the new EOS Digital Rebel XT digital camera are inherited from Canon's EOS 20D "prosumer" SLR, the
two cameras' most striking technological similarities are their use of Canon's newly developed large-single-plate, high-sensitivity, high-resolution color CMOS
imaging sensor technology. While the size of the APS-C CMOS sensor on the EOS Digital Rebel XT SLR is fractionally smaller than the APS-C CMOS sensor on the
EOS 20D camera (22.2 x 14.8 millimeters versus 22.5 x 15.0 millimeters, respectively) accounting in part for the cameras' 8.0- vs. 8.2-megapixel
resolution rating, individual pixel dimensions are identical, and they both provide the same effective angle of view, equivalent to 1.6x the normal EF lens focal length.
Digital Video Surveillance and Security
Digital Video Surveillance & Security provides a blueprint for the IP-based electronic security
system clients need, allowing security professionals to protect their client's place of business or home. The author
gives detailed plans on the best camera position, areas of coverage, hardware and software to select in order to maximize
the effectiveness of newer lower cost networked technologies. Clear, step-by-step descriptions and detailed illustrations
describe the integration of such components as the current or new security system, door and window sensors, or other access
controls, instantly launching a video of the area under the surveillance on a computer or HDTV.
Vendor-neutral comparisons of camera equipment and recording options
Case studies and descriptions of best practices
Step-by-step guide to planning and installation
Easy-to-read diagrams and schematics
"This book provides all you need to know about digital video security and more, furnishing a detailed study of digital
video monitoring. The market's growth and dynamism makes this text a relevant and welcome one for security professionals..
This book is extremely educational and should be consulted by any security professional interested in the transition from
analog to digital video."-- Jack F. Dowling, CPP, PSP, Security Management, April 2011