Canon has dropped the price of its new Rebel T2i digital camera to $2.99.
The Canon Rebel X101 comes with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and an 8-megapixel camera.
The camera comes with the same 24-50mm f/2.8L IS II lens, but Canon is saying that this lens has been tweaked for “the Rebel T1i” camera, which is a brand new model that the company says is “designed for professional use.”
This is Canon’s first-ever camera to drop the price in the U.S.
It’s also the first camera to go for the Canon EF 24-70mm f4L IS III lens, which the company describes as a “new design for the Rebel X series,” adding that “the lens offers a more precise focus distance than previous lenses.”
This camera also includes an infrared sensor that Canon claims can be used for night vision or for remote sensing.
It will come with a 2GB memory card, as well as a 10-megapixels sensor with f/1.8 aperture and an f/3.5 maximum aperture.
The new Rebel camera also comes with Canon’s “new Intelligent Video Transcoder,” which is an 8GB SD card that will allow users to record videos in high definition at 1080p.
The camera will go on sale on August 26, and it will retail for $2.,099.
That’s $300 cheaper than its predecessor, the Rebel T20, which launched in September 2017.