Rabu, 28 September 2011


The 50D has many similar characteristics to its predecessor, the 40D. This includes various shooting modes, the ability to change ISO and white balance, a pop-up flash unit, and an LCD screen. The LCD screen is the same size (3.0") as the 40D but has a higher resolution (920k pixels) than any previous model. It is the successor of the Canon EOS 40D, and is succeeded by the EOS 60D.

The 50D has a higher pixel count (15.1 megapixels), hence higher shooting resolutions, than its predecessor and, like the 40D, has a 14-bit RAW format.

The camera has Live View, which allows photographers to use the LCD screen as the viewfinder. Because the sensor mirror needs to be in the locked position (see Live preview), shutter noise is reduced in this mode. The 50D also has a dedicated LiveView button.
15.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
3.0 inch VGA LCD monitor
LiveView mode
Wide 9 point AF with center cross-type sensors
Selectable AF and metering modes
Built-in flash
Canon EOS Integrated Cleaning System
ISO 100–3200 (6400 and 12800 with custom function)
Auto correction of vignetting
Continuous Drive up to 6.3 fps (90 images (JPEG), 16 images (RAW))
DIGIC 4 image processor
Canon EF/EF-S Lenses
Canon EX Speedlites
PAL/NTSC/HDMI video output
File Formats include: JPEG, RAW, sRAW1 (7.1 MP) and sRAW2 (3.8 MP)
RAW & JPEG simultaneous recording
USB 2.0 computer interface
BP-511/BP-511A or BP-512/BP-514 Battery Types (BP-511A battery supplied)
Dimensions 146 × 108 × 74 mm (5.7 × 4.2 × 2.9 in)
Approx weight 730 g (1.6 lb)

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