In keeping with the 18-month life cycle of its consumer DSLRs, Canon announced the 12.2 megapixel EOS Rebel XSi on January 24, 2008 just prior to PMA. Canon also kept the tradition of upgrading the Rebel series by a couple of megapixels, which it has done with every generation since the original EOS Digital Rebel debuted in 2003 at 6.3MP. For your reference, the Rebel XT weighed in at 8MP and the Rebel XTi touted 10.1MP.
Canon EOS Rebel XSi Features and Specs
The Canon Rebel XSi packs in a number of upgrades from the previous DSLRs in this line. In fact, the XSi packs in so many advanced features that it’s almost hard to call it an entry-level camera anymore. [Read more…]