Specifications for the Canon Rebel DS6041by Matt BroganUpdated September 22, 2017
The Canon Rebel DS6041 is more commonly known as the Canon EOS 300D. Released in 2003, the 300D was introduced to replace the highly popular EOS 10D. With a larger sensor and image processor to its predecessor, this new Canon model was extremely popular with amateur enthusiasts as it provided professional qualities at an affordable price.
The Canon Rebel DS6041 has dimensions of 5.6 inches by 3.9 inches by 2.8 inches. It weighs 22.8 oz. The LCD screen is 1.8 inches. A Canon 1100mAH Li-Ion rechargeable battery powers the camera.
Resolution and Sensor Specifications
As a 6.3 megapixel camera, the DS6041 has a maximum resolution of 3072-by-2048. Lower resolutions can be set to 2048-by-1360 and 1536-by-1024. The image ratio is 3:2. The sensor type is CMOS, with a sensor size of 22.7-by-15.1 mm. ISO speeds can be set to 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1600.
Auto focus is available with preset options of Multi-Basis TTL and Seven Focus Points. A manual focus option is also available. Six white balance presets can be used to auto-correct lighting, while a manual feature can be set to customized levels. The minimum shutter speed is 30 seconds, while the maximum shutter speed is 1/400 seconds. Aperture priority and shutter priority shooting modes are available. Remote controls can be used through either an E3 connector or via infrared. A self-timer can be set to a 10-second delay. Digital zoom is not available. Image stabilization is also not available. Videos cannot be recorded.
There is a built-in flash which uses a pop-up system. The flash range is up to 12 meters. An external flash can be attached via either a hot-shoe or E-TTL mount. Flash modes can be set automatic, on, red-eye reduction and off.
Images can be stored on Compact Flash (Type I or II) memory cards. Photos can be stored at either fine or normal quality levels. Uncompressed RAW files can also be saved.
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