Just announced Canon T2i w/ 1920×1080 @ 30FPS, more movie features & Eye Fi connected menus!

Canon has unveiled the latest in its long line of consumer digital SLRs, the Rebel T2i (EOS 550D). Highlights include 1080p HD video recording (with full manual control), an 18MP CMOS sensor, 3 inch 3:2 LCD with 1040k dot resolution and the 63-point iFCL metering system first seen on the EOS 7D. The new Rebel also offers a handful of less attention-grabbing upgrades, including redesigned buttons, 3.7 fps continous shooting, +/-5 stops exposure compensation and UI support for Eye-Fi cards. We spent a little time with a pre-production EOS 550D last week and have produced a detailed hands-on preview and (quick) gallery of Beta samples – check it out after the link…

EOS Movies: Full HD video with creative control

I just bought my Canon T1i and love it but might be upgrading to this baby when it comes out. They’ve added 1920×1080 at 30fps and many other movie mode features. Also now built in Eye-Fi connected functions! Read more at Dpreview.com

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  1. I am wondering about Canon’s strategy of developing a supreme model (e.g., the 7D) and then coming up with a (from a feature perspective) comparable but much cheaper model (e.g., the 550D). Sure, the 7D has a lot of more interesting features like the 19 cross-sensors,

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