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Canon has certainly introduced a new, really small DSLR as reported earlier in the week. The SL1 (as it ’ s known in the U.S.) is “ world ’ s tiniest and lightest DSLR camera, ” the business states, with a body that ’ s around 25 percent smaller sized and 28 percent lighter than the Rebel T4i. It loads a brand-new 18 megapixel APS-C sensor, Digic 5 processor, and 9-point AF system with a solitary center cross-type.
The AF system likewise boasts a brand name new Hybrid CMOS AF II sensor, which makes the focus location bigger for shooting in Live View with either still images or video, and what Canon promotes as improved AF rate vs. existing EOS cameras when tracking relocating topics. The SL1 is available in a kit with a new EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5 -5.6 IS STM lens, which has a smoother, quieter onboard AF motor designed particularly for video shooters.
On the back there ’ s a 3-inch touchscreen show, which doesn ’ t articulate the method the one developed into the T4i does, but still individuals have actually been very amazed by Canon ’ s application of touch screens on cameras and multi-touch support. The SL1 has a native ISO range of 100-12800 for stills, and 100-6400 for video, and can shoot constantly at up until 4 frames per second.
The SL1 will live or pass away on its size and weight, nonetheless, all various other specifications aside. Canon is plainly marketing it as an option for customers searching for something more transportable to bring with them on trip or on sightseeing excursions. The problem is, that ’ s a market nicely dealt with by competitor mirrorless camera lines, like the Olympus OM series and Sony ’ s NEX shooters. Canon ’ s own EOS M was slammed for flaws like AF efficiency, and this seems to be an attempt to make up for that deficiency.
The Canon SL1 will deliver at some point in April, with a cost of $ 649 for body only, or $ 799 for body and lens kit.
Canon additionally unveiled an update to its entry-level regular-sized Rebel with the T5i. The T5i has an 18 megapixel sensor, in addition to a Digic 5 processor. It has a 9-point AF system, but with all cross-type points, 5 frames per 2nd continuous shooting rate, and a Hybrid CMOS AF system, (though not the brand-new one that ’ s in the SL1, evaluating by the release). It ’ s offered in a kit with the brand-new 18-55 STM lens, too, much like the SL1.
The brand-new T5i is in virtually all ways the same as its predecessor the T4i, at least on paper. It also features a vari-angle 3-inch touchscreen show, and in reality any modifications look to be in the design of the casing and small changes to dials. Canon ’ s “ version ” this time around seems to not really be one at all, so if you ’ re a current T4i owner you ’ d be finest to stay clear. If you can ’ t find a T4i for less, at least you ’ re still getting a terrific (if apparently unaltered)camera with the T5i.
The Canon T5i retails for $ 749 for body-only, and $ 899 bundles with the new 18-55mm STM kit lens. It ’ s also stated to be shipping at some point in April.
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We’ve seen a great deal of cameras over the last few months that attempt to get DSLR-level image quality from a smaller sized, point-and-shoot-style body, however Canon’s taking a various strategy. It’s just reducing the DSLR: the company has actually revealed the EOS Rebel SL1, which it states is “the globe’s smallest and lightest DSLR.” The SL1 analyzes about 14 ounces, and representatives said it’s about 30 percent smaller than other Rebel models; indeed, after a couple of mins of making use of the SL1 any various other DSLR feels enormous.
The smaller body does require a few hardware sacrifices– the SL1 has a smaller sized battery and grip than the T4i, for example, and in some ways ares a little more challenging to hold than a larger camera. Its LCD is dealt with to the back of the camera … Continue reading & hellip;
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Slickdeals’ best in tech for October 24th: Canon EOS Rebel DSLR bundles and refurbished 3rd-gen iPads
Wanting to save some coin on your tech purchases? Of course you are! In this round-up, we’ll run down a list of the freshest frugal buys, hand-picked with the support of the folks at Slickdeals. You’ll wish to act quick, though, as many of these providings won’t remain long.
If you’re wishing to cross a couple of names off that holiday shopping list a full two months early, today may be the time to do simply that. Canon EOS Rebel T3i and T4i DSLR packages top the list of tech links today and both include lenses and a PIXMA 9000 Mark II printer for outputting all of those shots that you make sure to catch. If the imminent landing of a new iPad does not trouble you too much, repaired systems that hold the 3rd-generation name and lack a Lightning hookup get a handsome rebate this time around too. Slide past the break prior to these packages are chosen all of the details. And keep an eye on those refund forms.
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A lot has actually been covered the impact of social media on the occasions of the Arab Springtime– but asing reported by New York Times foreign correspondent C.J. Chivers, one of the most crucial modern technologies for rebels in Syria’s ongoing civil war is SMS. Taken by Chivers, the photograph above programs former Syrian Army soldier Ahmed Sheikha texting while manning a 7.62 mm PK device gun and speeding towards the war-torn city of Aleppo. He is not unusual, with the passable cellular coverage still provided in many parts of Syria making smart phones a pretty safe and dependable option for communication between rebel brigades.
” When they stop, many of them instantly look for means to recharge their phone batteries,” creates Chivers. “And, frequently …
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Canon touts EOS Rebel T4i with improved video focusing system, EF-S 18-135mm and EF 40mm silent lenses (hands-on)
There wasn’t much reason to upgrade with last year’s T3i, but that’s certainly not the case with the Canon EOS Rebel T4i. This new entry-level DSLR packs a redesigned 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with brand-new focus capabilities, enabling the camera to use both phase- and contrast-detection autofocus when paired with one of two new STM lenses. The center portion of the sensor uses traditional phase-detection technology, while points nearer to the perimeter aid by recognizing contrast in a scene, enabling a more accurate autofocus technique for both stills and video shooting. On the video front, the new lenses — an EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM for $ 550 or the EF 40mm f/2.8 STM “pancake” for $ 200 — allow for much more silent zoom and focusing during video capture, so you don’t need to worry about those sensitive stereo mics picking up mechanical noise. The camera still did a bit of focus hunting while recording video during our hands-on, but autofocus performance was quite impressive while capturing stills, even in low light.
On the spec front, there’s an articulating 3-inch Clear View smudge-resistant glass LCD, with a 1.04-megapixel resolution and new capacitive multitouch functionality, letting you pinch and zoom pictures and tap your way through menus just the same — you’ll still have the full array of physical controls if you’d prefer to go that route. There’s the same bounty of video modes available with the T3i and T2i, including 1080 at 30p, 25p and 24p, 1080/60i and 50i, and VGA at 30 and 25 frames-per-second — there’s also a stereo mic on board, along with a dedicated microphone input jack on the side. In burst mode, the T4i can snap up to 5 consecutive frames per second. The camera also includes the same LP-E8 battery pack as previous Rebels, with a 1120mAh capacity. The Rebel T4i will be available in a body-only configuration for $ 850, $ 950 with the 18-55mm kit lens or $ 1200 with the new 18-135mm STM optic, all of which are set to ship later this month. If you feel that the new features don’t justify the price, you’ll rest easy knowing that Canon has no plans to pull the T3i from store shelves — that T2i, however, is destined for retirement.
Gallery: Canon Rebel T4i hands-on
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Rebel Micro SimCard to Unlock iPhone 4 on all Basebands [< 04.10.01] on its Way! is a post from: Gadgets DNA
Rebel Micro SIM-card that bypasses the network lock is launching at the Gadget Show Live in April. Like Gevey SIM, it unlocks iPhone 4 on basebands 1.59.00 / 03.10.01 / 02.10.04 / 04.10.01 running iOS 4, iOS 4.1, 4.2, 4.2.1 and iOS 4.3 without having to jailbreak your device.
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Are you a true contrarian looking for a camera that befits your nonconformist lifestyle? Well, Canon’s latest entry-level DSLR may not be the most unruly camera out, but at least it sports a moniker that fits the bill. The Canon T3 Rebel, also known as the EOS 1100D, is a 12.2-megapixel affair designed with the DSLR newbie in mind, and according to a review over at PhotographyBlog, it doesn’t sacrifice image quality for ease of use. Touted as a successor to the Rebel XS, the T3 actually carries over some useful features from its more sophisticated sibling, the T3i, including a user-friendly control layout, but lacks the camera’s Scene Intelligent auto mode and extensive list of creative filters. Aside from that, the reviewer found T3′s grips too slick and its diminutive LCD screen a minor setback, but was quick to point out that none of these is a deal-breaker. In fact, aside from a bit of noise encountered at the highest ISO setting, the camera delivers high quality photographs even in low light. All things considered, it looks like the Rebel T3 is a “responsive and intuitive DSLR” for the novice photog, and at $ 600, it’s got at least some of the competition beat. Now, we won’t tell you what to do, but if we were you, we’d click the source link to see how the T3 stacks up.
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Not looking for a new PowerShot? How’s about a new DSLR? Canon has just rolled out a new entry-level Rebel and a new flagship Rebel this evening, with the T3 and T3i offering mild updates over their predecessors. The EOS Rebel T3 will ship at the end of March with a EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II zoom lens for $ 599.99, offering up a 12.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 4 Imaging processor, nine-point autofocus system and a 63-zone dual-layer metering system. You’ll need to provide your own SD, SDHC or SDXC card, but unlike entry-level bodies of the past, this guy will capture full-motion video at 1280 x 720. There’s an ISO range of 100 to 6,400, a pop-up flash and a newfangled Basic+ non-technical interface that should help beginners grow accustomed to more technical aspects of photography without the steep learning curve.
Stepping up, there’s the new T3i, which boasts an 18 megapixel CMOS sensor, an ISO range of 100 to 6,400, support for SD / SDHC / SDXC cards, DIGIC 4 Imaging processor, pop-up flash, integrated Speedlite settings (to go along with a few new Speedlite flashes also introduced today) and a tilt / swivel LCD monitor. It’ll ship at the start of March for $ 799.99 (body only), or $ 899.99 bundled with a EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens. Hit the source links below for the devilish details, not to mention information on two new telephoto lenses (the EF 500mm F/4L IS II USM and EF 600mm F/4L IS II USM).
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The Porsche 356 Speedster and Porche 550 Spyder are some of the most iconic sports cars of all time, minimalist design and racing pedigree making their mark — and of course James Dean losing his life in a Spyder certainly helped it to gain some notoriety. Restored models go for hundreds of thousands of dollars, but the one you’re looking at above goes for much less. It’s a replica made by California company Euromasters, and it’s all-electric. Specs on that plus the Spyder replica are identical, including 120hp motors, top speed of over 100mph, a range of over 200 miles, and 0 – 60 in a very brisk 5.6 seconds — almost four seconds faster than an original road-going 356. The Speedster was unveiled at the LA Auto Show late last year and both it and the Spyder are now up for order. $ 49,900 if you want the Speedster, another $ 5,000 if you want the James Dean Edition Spyder. Just be careful if you get one: we doubt these Little Bastards are much safer in a crash than the originals.
Gallery: Euromasters Electric Porsche Speedster Replica