90.7% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
9.3% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 269
PROS: This camera has so many pros. It's light weight. It's fast. It produces high quality photos. It is very flexable. It's at a great price for those just getting into digital photography. I was very surprised at the amount of input the camera gives you for the level of camera it is. You can make many adjustments, not just f-stop and shutter speed, but white balance adjustment, ISO, photo quality (including RAW), etc. Even the speed to write to the CF card is a pleasant surprise. I have been satisfied with battery life, as well.
CONS: I wish the camera has a PC port for firing remote flashes. Also, the auto white balance should only be used sparingly, but with the ability to fine tune the white balanced, it's really not much of a problem.
PROS: Affordability and ease of use. Amazing results!
CONS: Low price has its drawbacks, but at my level - who cares?!
PROS: very good photos and easy to find lenses
CONS: really wide angle is expensive. poor standard flash
PROS: Light weight, takes great pictures with vivid colors.
CONS: Dumbed down software, no water proofing, small LCD screen.
PROS: Great image quality, solid feel, good software
CONS: flash, metering is limited
PROS: I don't yet,but i own the G1 and the G3 and i tell you,i am very happy with them
PROS: Interchangable lens system second to none combined with Canon's low noise and high resolution DSLR's at a street price of $800! That's nearly half the price of any competition out there. The Sony's DSC-F828 and other fixed mounts should not even be compared as they are apples and oranges. This will make a wonderful entry level DSLR and a cheap back-up or 2nd or 3rd body for advanced shooters.
CONS: Unrealistic expectations and comparisons to other products. This is not a 1Ds or 10D, and is not meant to be.
PROS: Canon make and many features of EOS 10D. Bargain for extremely clean and quality build 6.1 megapixel CMOS chip
CONS: NO SPOT METERING! (just like the 10D!) *scream* and the dreaded 1.6x focal shift for all lenses (just like the 10D!) *scream* - can be a bonus for some but you lose your wide angles (and before you wonder about my points - yes - I do exclusively use Canon)
PROS: Value. Finally a Sub-$1000 SLR Digital with interchangeable lenses. Can't wait to get me one of these-here cameras.. ha. Anyway, schtonk should watch how he uses his internet posting power. Indeed there is a small feature missing from the 10D and the Digital rebel, but it's not SPOT METERING. It's only the ability to spot meter the Auto Focus point. They both do spot metering in the center of the frame allowing for rear-lit and macro images to be exposed correctly.
CONS: None. Schtonk, you should know better if you shoot with the 10D. Spot Metering and AF Linked Spot Metering are two different things.
PROS: Very similar to 10D feature wise, and checking 10D reviews it is highly recommended, so expect great this of this baby!
CONS: None, I'd like to see how it compares to Sony f828, but anyways, Canon does better cameras than Sony, I can't wait to have oneon my hands!
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