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CANON EOS REBEL XS 18-55IS DRIVER
We didn't notice much of an effect in our tests, though. The Canon XS's highest ISO setting remains low compared with other recent offerings from other companies, ranging from to 1, Image quality across the range is good, except in certain situations, with ISO shots producing good 13xinch prints, and Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS 1, shots looking good at 8x10 inches.
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The grip is great, making the camera feel a little less tiny, and the curves make handling the camera comfortable all around. Save for the new ISO button's position, controls are very good, improved when the larger LCD eliminated Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS left-side buttons. Checking exposure and focus is a lot easier with the larger LCD, and thanks to Live View, you can quickly check focus before you capture.
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The new image-stabilized lens included with the Canon XS is excellent, quite an improvement over the last model. Its zoom ring works more smoothly, and the knurled grip is easier to hold. Image stabilization works very well, serving up more high quality shots in very low light. The lens isn't USM, which means it doesn't have an ultrasonic motor for fast, Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS silent focusing, but the motor isn't disagreeably loud at all, and it's fast enough.
When Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS in RAW mode, this frame rate is cut in half, down to 1. The shutter sound is different from the XTi, but still includes a lot of whirring and stomping, instead of a nice, simple click-click. Some might prefer the winding sound, but to me it draws too much attention.
The new lens release button makes it a little easier to change lenses, and while it's hard to get used to a Canon SLR with a small SD card door, it does fit the small body of Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS Rebel XS. It has thrown me on occasion when my standard complement of CF cards was no help after I'd filled an SD card. Now I carry both.
Shooting in Live View mode is pretty easy once you get used to it; though focusing by pressing the AE-Lock button is a little cumbersome when shooting Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS odd angles. I suppose they separated the buttons to avoid the confusion of the mirror going up when you half-press the shutter button. Surely that would make many users think they'd taken a picture, as it did with the early Olympus live-view SLRs.
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And in "Live" AF mode, it's a lot slower than some digicams, especially in low light with camera movement, so Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS sure that's why they left AF activation on the AE-Lock button. As well as it works, I recommend against using the Live View mode as a default shooting method.
Use it for fine focusing while shooting from a tripod, where you can afford the time to confirm or specify which focus point or area is in use, or when shooting from odd angles, but you get Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS camera stability when shooting with the camera held to your face than you do holding it out in front of you. Battery life Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS drops from to shots when shooting in Live View, so invest in a spare battery if Live View is your thing. There's so much about the XS that's similar to the XTi that there's not much new to say about the camera shooting experience. It works well, is fun to shoot with, and captures pretty good images. Speed, unfortunately is not up to the XTi's standard, and if that's important to you, consider the Rebel XSi.
Canon has made many changes in how they compensate for noise, especially chroma noise, and in specific situations, there are demosaicing errors that create disturbing patterns that are difficult to remove. Yes, there's noise, but it's hardly noticeable, which is impressive for ISO 1, There's a little more sharpening applied to the XS images, which makes images pop better for consumers. You can see that there is slightly less detail, but there is much less chroma noise, especially in the shadows. The second set of images reveals more demosaicing errors that show up as chroma noise. These errors only show up in vertical lines, and are not limited to this red hair. They also affect the XSi image, but the noise suppression system deals with them a little better. The bottom images show both artifacts. Between the nine and ten in the scale above, you can see blue and red tints, where there are only black and white lines.
In the scale below that, just above the words "SAME SIZE," you can see the banding again, where there should be lines that radiate out from this wheel's center. These lines, though faint, also appear in the Rebel XSi image.
While we've found these artifacts in other cameras, including the Nikon D and Canon 50D, they're never as pronounced as we've seen Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS the Canon XS. The best we can figure is that Canon weakened the low-pass filter which results in more demosaicing errors.
When the camera makes mistakes interpreting colors from the red, green, and blue filters in the camera, you end up with the false color artifacts and odd diagonal lines among objects with very fine linear detail. The demosaicing errors mentioned above are really the only major aspect we find problematic about the Canon Rebel XS.
And the fact is that many people won't see it at all. Ironically, as you raise the ISO on the Rebel XS, some of these artifacts become less noticeable, especially the diagonal bands. When we printed the images to see when the artifacts would appear, we found that the color errors appeared early on, affecting images Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS ISO when printed at 8xBuy Used and Save: Buy a Used "Canon Rebel XS DSLR Camera with EF-S mm f/ " Canon EOS Rebel XS 18-55IS save 74% off the $ list price. Buy with confidence as. Every week, Unplggd posts beautiful photos of geeked out interiors.