Canon EOS Rebel Ti
This article is about the Canon Rebel Ti 35mm SLR film camera. For the T1i digital SLR see Canon EOS 500D
|Canon EOS Rebel Ti|
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The Canon Rebel Ti was released in 2002 to upgrade Canon's EOS Rebel series of autofocus consumer SLR cameras. This camera is also known as the EOS 300V. There are also variations EOS Rebel Date Ti and EOS 300V QD. It is known as EOS Kiss 5 in Japan.
Upon its release, the Rebel Ti had the fastest autofocus and most advanced autoexposure in its class. Among the more welcomed improvements was the new stainless steel lens mount, replacing the less durable plastic mount found on previous EOS Rebel cameras.
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|EOS Kiss 5|
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- Auto focus: TTL CMOS sensor with 7 AF points
- Exposure: TTL 35 zone SpD sensor
- Metering range: 1 to 20 EV
- Film speed: DX: 6 to 6400 ASA
- Shutter: electronic, 30s to 1/2000 in 1/2 stop, + blub, X sync 1/90s
- Self timer: electronic, 10 sec delay.
- viewfinder: 90% coverage; 0.7x magnification.
- Flash: Built-in; GN 12 (ISO 100)
- Power: 2x 3V CR2 batteries
- Weight: 365g
- Official Canon Museum Entry for Kiss 5 at Canon Camera Museum
- Canon EOS Rebel Ti / 300V Camera Manual at Photo-Manuals