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Canon EOS1000D

Canon EOS1000D

Canon today announced the introduction of the EOS 1000D, a new entry-level digital camera that affordably puts Canon SLR technology such as an Optical Image Stabilizer and easy-to-use professional features into the hands of emerging photographers.

The new EOS 1000D also incorporates Canon’s 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC III image processor, Live View mode, Auto Lighting Optimizer, 7-point wide-area autofocus (AF) sensor and 3.0 frames per second continuous JPEG burst rate where the number of consecutive shots in a burst is only limited by the capacity of the memory card in the camera.

Speedlite 430EX II

Speedlite 430EX II

In addition, Canon also introduced the all new Speedlite 430EX II, a light and compact autoflash with high output power. It has a maximum guide number of 43 (meter; ISO 100; 105mm) and a retractable wide-panel to create illumination as broad as a 14mm lens would need. The 430EX II excels not only by its accurate E-TTL II autoflash and wireless slave E-TTL II autoflash, but also by the way it integrates with the camera.

The 430EX II has control precision up to 1/3-stop in manual output adjustment. Thanks to a new computer-controlled oscillator circuit, recycling time of the 430EX II has been reduced by 20% as compared to previous models.

Canon’s new EOS 1000D digital SLR camera and 430EX II Speedlite will be available for sales in Hong Kong in late July 2008.

For more information, check out the Canon Press Release here.

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