The front of the waterproof Canon DC7 housing with inside it the 10 Mega pixel Canon IXUS 900 Ti digital camera. Here are a few shots of the Canon Rebel XTi, some captured by us, others courtesy of Canon USA, Inc. You can also see the Canon Rebel XTi's thumb-grip pad in the upper right, and the sculpted ridge along the right side that gives your thumb much more secure purchase than on the original XT. The Canon Rebel XTi's connector compartment, essentially identical to the one on the Rebel XT. The top of the Canon Rebel XTi features the Shutter button, Mode dial, Main dial, and Power switch. The very flat bottom of the Canon Rebel XTi reveals the metal tripod mount, as well as the main NB-2LH Lithium Ion battery chamber cover.
The back of the Canon WP-DC7 showing the buttons for operating the camera and clear view on the 2.5 inch monitor of the Canon IXUS 900 camera.
On the outside edge of the lens mount is the red dot for lining up standard EF lenses, as well as a white square, corresponding to the same alignment icon on the new EF-S lenses. You can see the Canon Rebel XTi's Flash release, Lens release, and DOF preview button on the left side, just the CF compartment cover and the rubber door to accomodate the cord from the optional AC adapter's dummy battery. The back panel control layout is very similar to that of the Rebel XT, but there are a few changes.

1.8 inches for the XT), which has forced them to eliminate the separate monochrome Status LCD. The main battery compartment cover is removable, necessary when installing the optional vertical grip on the camera.
Material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted or otherwise used without the prior written consent of The Imaging Resource. If you'd like to make a wall poster of this shot, here's a really huge version of the image! There's also the lens release button and the redeye reduction lamp (the frosted window at upper left in the view above). The Menu and DISP button positions are swapped, the DISP being the new name for the INFO button on the XT. The camera body itself is about a millimeter thicker than the XT's, and the front grip protrudes about 3mm further from the camera body than does the grip on the XT.
A small latch lever at the outside edge of the battery chamber cover unlocks it so that it may be opened. The largish-looking lens in this shot is the 17-85mm EF-S IS lens, a neat lens with a useful focal length range and image stabilization in a surprisingly compact package.
The button still cycles through display modes, but also turns the main shooting display off if you so desire.

The Rebel XTi's hot shoe has the usual trigger terminal in the center, as well as four other contacts for interfacing to Canon EX Speedlite flash units, and a hole for a locking pin to prevent rotation of the speedlight. The actual size difference is really minimal, but the difference in comfort and security is huge.
Also inside the compartment is the slot for the CR2016 3V battery that keeps the camera settings in memory when the main battery dies. Fixed neck strap eyelets are located on both sides of the Canon Rebel XTi's top panel as well. The battery compartment cover is far enough from the tripod socket that you should be able to swap batteries without removing the camera from your tripod mount. The large surface area of the Canon Rebel XTi's bottom provides a stable mounting surface for use with a tripod, even with fairly large lenses attached.

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