89.8% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
10.2% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 205
PROS: Intuitive controls, clean lines, vertical grip available, mirror lock up capability, follow focus feature, I could go on and on about this camera.
CONS: not 100% viewfinder but since these are digitals and I can crop it doesn't make too much difference. Mirror noise is LOUD. I also have been using mirror lock up and the remote to subdue vibratios at slwoer shutter speeds. I dislike the "S" series lenses. As a working pro who had a load of FD lenses and F-1's I hated selling them for pennies on the dollar then getting all new "L" lenses in EOS mount for the new cameras. I will not buy any "S" lenses and be trapped again. Instead I bought the Tamron 12-18 ultra wide in place of the Canon 10-22S lens. I also have a 10D body and the "S" lenses will not work on it.
PROS: FAST system in turning on and triggering, 5 shots/sec bursting (for great children pictures), 1/8000th second shutter speed (fun water pictures), 9-point auto-focusing system, solid feel of the body,
CONS: The door for the memory card is a bit loose as it is on the back side of the right hand grip. The shutter is a bit loud if you don?t want the turning heads in a quiet setting (but even then it?s not
PROS: Great Speed and Picture Quality
CONS: Pictures could be sharper
PROS: Very good color response, fast shooting, high resolution.
CONS: Image sharpness not as good as you would expect, no flash control in auto mode. I have seen sharper images coming from 5MP point and shoot cameras than the ones 20D makes with an EFS17-85 dedicated lens and that eats me up, but the color reading is very good.
PROS: Outstanding pictures Fast burst shutter Excellant in low light Easy finger tip controls Versatile menu features Comfortable to hold and shoot
CONS: Wish flash synch was >1/250 A little distortation at wide angle with 17-85mm lense
PROS: Pixel resolution, instant boot up time, 5fps, it all makes it a must upgrade from Rebel. I would be more cautious if I was a 10D owner, it might not be worth it.
CONS: Only one - loud mirror, louder than D300
PROS: Very intuitive handling. Was at home using it, in minutes!
CONS: Only one I can see is lacking a spot meter, but i haven't really needed one yet.
PROS: Great image quality, good AF system, low noise
CONS: This is as close to perfection as allowed at this price point
PROS: All Rebel SLR lenses fit the Rebel digital.
CONS: Rebel digital lenses do not fit the Rebel SLR. ???
PROS: Worthy successor to the Canon 10D (and in all fairness, the Digital Rebel) - with 30% more pixels.
CONS: Too bad you'll have to sell all your old Nikon lenses on ebay ;-)
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