HDMI port allows for fast connection to high-definition TVs and monitors for easy viewing of your stills and video. The whole operation is simple and easy even if you are a beginner.
You will have a performance without compromise EOS Digital with the right power and flexibility in the palm of your hand.FEATURES: 15.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor for faster processing fine detail and natural color reproduction, 14-bit A / D conversion subtle color tones and gradation - Canon CMOS (metal oxide semiconductor complementary) sensor captures images with exceptional clarity and tonal range and offers the most pixels in its class.
It offers many new technologies are the same as used by Canon's professional cameras to maximize the light collection efficiency of each pixel's. APS-C sensor size is to create an effective 1.6x field of view (compared with 35mm format).
Canon's DIGIC 4 Image Processor dramatically speed cameras all operations for intuitive operation and offers improvements in both fine detail and natural color reproduction. It works in concert with the EOS Rebel T1i image sensor to achieve unprecedented levels of performance in all lighting situations.
Full HD video capture at 1920 1080 resolution x with an HDMI output for HD viewing stills and video - The EOS Rebel T1i brilliant video shoots, even in full high definition. By simply selecting Movie mode on the mode dial EOS Rebel T1i's, 3.0-inch LCD turns the camera, and ready to go. Shooting is at 30 fps frame rate.
- New 15.1-megapixel CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor
- Includes Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens
- Full HD video capture at 1920 x 1080 resolution; HDMI output
- 3.0-inch Clear View LCD; Live View Function for stills (Quick, Live and Face Detection AF modes) and video
- Capture images and video to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
Conclusion. The T1i is a bit on the light end, yet the construction still feels solid. For the camera's price point, you'd be hard pressed to find any digital SLR out there which gives you all the capabilities and growth range of the Canon T1i. The camera is intuitive enough for those new to photography to pick and learn easily, yet configurable enough for advanced amateurs. If video is not a big deal for you, then get the Canon XSi. There is very little the T1i has (other than ISO 3200 and a sharper screen) that the XSi doesn't. Plus, with the release of the T1i, you can probably pick up a used XSi for a great price on eBay. My wife recently gave birth, and I'm not looking to record endless (never to be watched) tapes of video footage of our son, but I do want several minute clips of him as he grows through the years. I've always been more inclined towards photography, so this camera gives me a very versatile digital SLR that I need with the wonderful capability of recording HD video that I want.