Canon Rebel xsi 4K TVs have been available for the past year, and the company has now released a refurbished model.
The new model, known as the Rebel Xsi, is a much better-looking, smaller model, though it still comes with the same HDMI ports and a more expensive $2,799 price tag.
It’s a little cheaper than the more expensive Rebel XTi 4K, but the Xsi comes with a much more expensive screen and the HDMI ports are a little smaller.
We tested out the new model with a variety of video and gaming settings and found that it was a decent choice for the price.
It offers a 1080p resolution, but only a 1080i.
The screen is an IPS panel, but that only means that it can display brighter colors.
That’s a minor issue, though, because the screen has a pretty wide viewing angle, so you can get the same quality with a wider angle screen.
If you’re looking for a 4K television with a 1080 HD resolution, the XSI is a better bet.
The panel on the Rebel is IPS, and it’s a good panel.
You can see a little bit of the black in the picture below, but not enough to cause any noticeable blemishes.
As you can see, the picture is actually pretty sharp.
If your TV has a slightly higher contrast ratio, you’ll notice a little more color bleed.
But even without a high-contrast display, the panel has good color accuracy and it can handle some very bright colors.
For example, the reds in the above picture are accurate and well saturated, even in a darkened room.
The image quality is good and we can’t find any visible flaws in the image at all.
This is the first 4K video we’ve seen on the TV.
The 4K content is well presented and there are no major color artifacts or other issues that we can see with 4K HDR content.
However, it’s not quite as good as some of the other HDR TVs on the market.
There are a few issues we noticed with the 4K panel, though.
The reds were a little too bright and too red, which is common with HDR TVs.
The blacks were a bit too dark and too dark, which isn’t good.
The colors look a little washed out and there is a little graininess in the background.
The only thing that seems to be the biggest issue with the screen is that the color accuracy is slightly off.
While the screen does show some color variations, we were able to spot no obvious color differences and no color artifacts.
You’ll notice that the colors are a bit warmer than they should be, but you’ll still be able to read the color and even pick out subtle details.
The overall picture quality is excellent and we’re happy to see the Rebel 4K on sale.