updated 05:15 pm EDT, Mon June 29, 2009
Canon T1 DSLR specs out
Unofficial specs of the upcoming rumored Canon T1 DSLR were released as an update to last week's rumors, which had Canon releasing it on Tuesday, June 30th. The specs put the T1's sensor at 15.1 megapixels, give it a 3-inch non-articulating LCD and 7-point autofocusing.
These, combined with the rumored 720p HD video recording capability at both 24 and 30FPS, sound like a mixture of the existing Canon XS -- which the T1 is due to replace -- and T1i DSLRs. The T1 is also due to get 3fps burst shooting mode, and an ISO sensitivity adjustment range of 100 to 3200. Images will reportedly be saved to an SD card, while connections will include USB 2.0, HDMI out and video out. An LP-E5 battery will reportedly power the T1.
Pricing and release dates are unknown, but are expected to be revealed tomorrow if the rumor holds true. [via CanonRumors]