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Canon EOS Rebel XSi Oregon City OR

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Kits Cameras
(503) 786-9494
Kits Camera - Clackamas Promenade 8978 SE Sunnyside Road
Clackamas, OR
Camera World
(503) 205-5900
400 SW 6th Ave. & Washington St.
Portland, OR
Ritz Camera
(503) 283-2788
Jantzen Beach Center 1736-D Jantzen Beach Center
Portland, OR
Citizens Photo
(503) 232-8501
709 SE 7th Ave
Portland, OR
Camera World
(503) 241-7979
400 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR
Ritz Camera
(503) 282-2646
Lloyd Center 1241 Lloyd Center
Portland, OR
Ritz Camera
(503) 643-5955
Progress Square 8660 SW Scholls Ferry Road
Beaverton, OR
The Shutterbug
(503) 639-5088
9708 SW Washington Square Rd
Portland, OR
The Shutterbug
(503) 227-3456
501 SW Broadway
Portland, OR
Litho Design & Service Co
(503) 256-1650
7541 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR

Canon EOS Rebel XSi Review at Cameratown.com

Canon EOS Rebel XSi Review

Reader Score: 10.00 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "With an updated look and a slightly taller profile, the Canon XSi has a 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 3.0-inch LCD, an improved nine-point autofocus sensor, a DIGIC III processor, and is capable of 3.5 frames per second. Its new Live View mode is improved over the Canon EOS models introduced in 2007, offering both contrast-detect and the more traditional phase detect modes. ...

... The Canon Rebel XSi is indeed a worthy successor to the Rebel throne. A camera with the Rebel name has never carried such sophistication, nor so rich a feature-set. It has all that makes the Rebel XTi great, but with more resolution, live view, a faster frame rate, a new look, and an image-stabilized lens. It's the image quality that makes the Rebel XSi stand out, with great performance across the ISO range. ..."


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