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Three years after the introduction of the original Digital Rebel (Canon EOS 300D, the original sub-$1000 DSLR) Canon released the third in its Digital Rebel line, the 400D (also named Digital Rebel Xti or Canon EOS Kiss Digital X). Its compact and lightweight body design is almost exactly the same as the previous Digital Rebel (Canon EOS 350D). The main changes are two more megapixels (up from ten megapixels), nine-point AF sensor (taken from the Canon EOS 30D) and a dust removal system that includes a facility to vibrate the sensor itself every time the camera is turned on. The status LCD has been removed to make room for a larger 2.5-inch LCD monitor. As a result, the monitor now serves as both the review screen and for status information. The LCD turns on and off when the camera is raised to your eye in an effort to conserve battery and reduced distractions.
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|Canon Digital SLR Cameras|
|Full Frame Professional:||EOS 1Ds mark III | EOS 5D | EOS 5D II | EOS 1Ds mark II | EOS 1Ds|
|APS-H Professional:||EOS 1D mark III | EOS 1D mark II N | EOS 1D mark II | EOS 1D|
|Pro-sumer:||EOS 50D | EOS 40D | EOS 30D | EOS 20D | EOS 10D | EOS D60 | EOS D30|
|Consumer:||EOS 1000D | EOS 450D | EOS 400D | EOS 350D | EOS 300D|