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  • Jeffrey Martin
    The XS/1000D shares its DIGIC III processor with the XSi/450D, but the new model s analog-to-digital conversions are at 12 bits per colour, rather than the 14
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 7 12:13 AM
      The XS/1000D shares its DIGIC III processor with the XSi/450D, but the new
      model's analog-to-digital conversions are at 12 bits per colour, rather than
      the 14 bits per colour of the XSi/450D (and all other DIGIC III-based Canon
      digital SLRs). The XS/1000D lacks the Highlight Tone Priority option of
      other DIGIC III SLRs too. It does have Live View, however, implemented with
      the same range of features and options as in the XSi/450D.

      ---any thoughts?. 12 bits instead of 14? hmmm.


      http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/content_page.asp?cid=7-9311-9466


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