Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS Rebel G / EOS 500N / EOS Kiss
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Canon Eos Rebel G
5 September 2002
Summary: After spending years lugging heavy cameras around, this camera is fantastic. Also I often need to take a picture in a hurry, this camera's automatic features allows me to do so and, at the same time, I can also revert to manual operation for special situations.
Pros: It's very light weight and its multiple modes gives it great flexibility.
Summary: The purchase price was with a trade in. Good camera, but was disappointed with it at first. Found when I read the manual, I got along with it a lot better! Really like the auto focus feature. Was reaching an age where my photos with my SLR were at times out of focus.
Pros: Simple to use
Cons: forget to turn it off, so waste battery power
Summary: I had an old Zenit E camera, bought in 1976. This is a completely manual camera, easy to use. Unfortunately, it was too old, and it was not worth repairing it, too expensive. Even though I own a small digital camera, I like to use 35mm film.
Excerpt: I'm currently studying photography AS level at Henley College, and I don't think I could find a better camera for the job! The Canon Eos 500 N was given to me second hand from a photography enthusiast, and I am very lucky to have it.
Excerpt: A year or two ago, when I was on a family holiday, I started fooling around with my dad's old SLR (single-lens-reflex - where the viewfinder shows the actual image through the main lens, unlike 'point-and-click' cameras), and I realised how enjoyable photography is.
Pros: Light, easy to use, flexible, reasonably priced
Cons: No fast motor drive, didn't come with a bag .
Excerpt: Everytime it sounds first "sssssrrrsssrrrtt" an then "clack", if I put a new photo film into this amusingly camera, "I believe there's something broken!" "Yes, woman and technique...", I thought. But then I explained to Sabine, where this noises come from.
Excerpt: I bought one of these camera's as part of a package from dixons early last year. I choose this camera because it had many unbeatably features that could not be ignored. This camera is one of the best that a beginner or advanced photographer can buy.
Excerpt: THIS IS A COMPLETE RE-WRITE OF AN EARLIER, AND BY TODAY’S STANDARDS, WOEFULLY SHORT-ON-DETAIL OPINION. I bought my Canon EOS 500n about 18 months ago. It was supplied with a 28-105mm zoom lens, which is a useful enough lens in its own right, making the framing of most non-specialised photos a...
Pros: Flexible . Versatile . A plethora of exposure modes
Excerpt: This is surely what you want from an SLR camera. The Canon Eos 500 series was started quite a while ago running from the 1000 series, it has always remained a popular brand and judging from the number of people that I know or have seen with one its popularity is at an all time high.
Pros: Light, fully automatic, fully manual, flash, great results
Excerpt: Nowadays, you do not need to know photography to take good photos. If you own a Canon EOS 500 N SLR camera, she will do every for you. A good example is me myself, I know little about photography, but with this camera, I can produce good photos most of the time.