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Canon EOS 450D latest news

Posted on Wednesday, 19 March 2008 11:36AM by Chris
It seems only yesterday we traded in our 350D's for 400D's, and now Canon have done it again with a superb offering in the shape of the 450D. "Just what has changed?" I hear you cry, well in fact quite a lot, far more than in the leap from the 350 to the 400. Canon have included a brand new 12.4 megapixel sensor with a fantastic  A/D converter that is capable of transmitting 14 bit information to the camera's processor, this results in far less graduation between colours in finished images. The 450D also uses the Secure Digital format for storing pictures, and to the best of our knowledge this is the first entry level DSLR to do so. The metering mode and drive mode have been updated to allow you maximum control and also allow the camera maximum autonomy to make your life as a photographer easier. Canon have also shipped an improved 9 point autofocus system with the 450D.

These are just a few of the features included on this impressive camera, be sure to check it out now at the link shown below.