Canon eos rebel xs review reveals a great camera

The canon eos rebel xs review reports that this camera is a solid performer. It is reported to be a great entry level camera and the photo quality apparently stands out from the rest of competition. This camera is considered to be closely linked to the Rebel XSi.

The canon eos rebel xs review reports that this camera is  virtually identical to the  Rebel XSI with the main difference being that it is slightly less powerful. The back is solid and attractive and there is another version that is black and silver. It has only one lens and it is slightly lighter than the EOS Rebel XS.

The buttons are situated below the right hand of the user and all of the buttons feel different. This makes it easy to operate. This camera does not require users to use both hands to operate it. There is a slide show that shows users how to use it.

The menu is very user friendly and this sets this camera apart from others. The my menu feature permits users to create a list of frequently used functions which users would most often use. Some examples are the live and format setting functions.

The ISO sensitivity can be changed using  either the navigation or dial button. In some instances there are two columns that can be navigated. You will however have to go to the bottom of the first column in order to access the settings in the other column.

The entry level specs are solid and include a 10 megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor. There is also a 7 point selectable auto focus system.  The auto lighting optimizer adjusts brightness and  contrast automatically and this is handy if the user has not captured the image to his or her satisfaction.

The auto light optimizer is available in all the exposure modes. The face detection feature is great as it prevents underexposure of back lit faces. The BG-E5 battery grip is believed by many to be the best. As per slr camera reviews the shutter speeds are between 30 seconds and 1/4000 of a second. The camera has a 35 zone TTL metering system.