I really want a DSLR. I currently have a high end (but older) Canon device, and really like them. Of course at least on the consumer end of things the Rebel pretty much owns the DSLR market as well from what it seems. SO advancement's on the pre-standing equipment is always good. It also means there will be some price breaks on last years models as well.
Rebel owns the DSLR market??
I dont think so, i'd assume that the Nikon D series does, from a mix of d40, d60, d80, d90.
I see those dslr's EVERYWHERE.... more than the Canon.
I see Canon's everywhere, and this Rebel series offers a lot of bang for the buck. I dig my T2i, and shelve my XL2 much of the time now because the video from the T2i looks so rich, and it's also very light and discrete to lug around. I've seen Nikon DSLRs produce some excellent video, but a lot of people will choose Canon because they often have access to old lenses that will work great on DSLRs, as well as the option to use high end professional glass that will still fit right onto a consumer camera body.
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