With all the different Digital Cameras continually innovating, getting cheaper, and becoming better new gadgets, we often hear that the number of Megapixels is not the deciding factor of what makes a digital camera a winner. But c’mon, with the Canon EOS-450D 12.2 MP DSLR Camera, do you really expect to come out with bad images?
I know, there are so many other important factors to consider, which could add to the final image, the speed of processing, etc, but I don’t know about any of that stuff. This new Canon DSLR I ran across simply seems like an easy decision, if I had the resources, time for the hobby, and the need. The name is something even I (not being a photgrapher) have realized.
In laymen terms (again..not a photographer), this DSLR EOS450D-18-55ISK by Canon consists of 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor, 3 inch LCD screen providing easy view, and innovative Canon tech.Additional features of this Canon Digital camera SLR are:
9-point wide-area AF
EOS Integrated Cleaning System
DIGIC III Processor
Large, bright viewfinder
Total image control
Compact and lightweight
Compatible with EF/EF-S lenses and EX Speedlites
Included 18-55 lense
Standard Zoom Lens
Looks like a powerhouse to me, kind of like the Sony DSLR 24.6 MP…would you agree?