Canon's next generation D-SLR, the EOS 400D (Digital Rebel XTi in the US),
is the company's latest evolution in its 'affordable' digital SLR series.
The 10-Megapixel (capable of producing A3-sized prints) EOS 400D offers up
to ISO 1600 shooting, a new dust reduction system, nine area auto focus,
Picture Styles, 2.5-inch LCD monitor which now also provides shooting
information (the second control panel LCD is gone) and better continuous
shooting buffering. Overall, it's a very sweet offering which gives Nikon's
D80 and Sony's Alpha A100 and Nikon D80 a good run for their money.