Despite being nearly two-years old and having been updated by the Digital Rebel XTi / 400D, The Canon Digital Rebel XT / 350D is still an excellent opportunity for advancing photographers, especially now that the price has dropped significantly in the wake of new releases. It lacks some of the nicer, more luxurious aspects of its decendant, the 400D, having only an 8-megapixel sensor, 1.8-inch LCD screen, but for $200 less, the 350D is worth consideration for users interested in getting a bargain on one of the most popular and successful digital cameras of all time. Take a look at both cameras and consider the differences before settling on which you'd like to purchase.
The Canon Digital Rebel XT (also known as the Digital Rebel 350D) is Canon's follow-up to one of the Digital Rebel 300D. The Rebel XT sports a number of improvements over its predecessor, including 8-megapixel resolution, a 25% smaller and 10% lighter body, more focus modes, and faster write speeds. A new processor allows for 3 frame-per-second bursts of up to 14 images, making the Rebel XT a great choice for action shots. Available in both black and silver, the new Digital Rebel is compatible with all of the 60+ Canon EF series lenses.