Summary: I purchased this camera as my first big step into photography. I am only 15, but I have always been interested in taking pictures, and I'm getting the hang of it pretty quickly. I own a Power SX500is, which allows for full manual control, but this camera was a way to get the "real deal" portion of...
Summary: Since there are tons of rave reviews about the features of this camera, I won't bother you with the details. Instead, I will tell you about the one HUGE letdown of this camera and the likes (Rebel, 20D): the 1.6x focal length factor. This means my dear 28-105 lens is now a sorry 45-170.
canon eos 10 :affordable digital for serious photographers
Russell J. Christie, Amazon
28 October 2003
Summary: I purchased my Canon eos 10d seven months ago after extensive reviews of available cameras that were affordable. Recent price drops have made this camera within the reach of serious amateur phtographers.
Summary: I have owned and used each of Canon's Digital SLR's - the D30, D60, the 1D and now the 10 D (I'll wait for the 1Ds to drop in price) Of all, this camera outperms the others. It's autofocus is much better than the D30 or D60 and the flash compatibility problems of the 1D are not nearly as evident in...
Canon's 10d is amazing, even compared with newer versions!
17 June 2012
Excerpt: I absolutely love this camera. If you ask me in a lot of ways it is better than the newer models or the Rebel series. It has some weight to it giving it a better sense of durability, the settings are so easy to manipulate and having the HUD display on the top is a great feature, letting you know...
Pros: Durability, Stability, Ease of use, Great control of settings, Sharp and stunning images
Cons: Uses Compact Flash not SD, Smaller than newer models image review screen
Excerpt: Very robust and reliable camera. I've been using one from new and it has given great results. The autofocus has more difficulty finding focus than my old (film) EOS 5 models, but I've got used to that.
Pros: Strong body - has taken a fair few knocks but never failed me .
Cons: Slow writes to CF card, visible pixel noise at 400 ASA .
Excerpt: The Canon 10D is the third DSLR of the xxD line by Canon, which now contains 7 cameras. In my opinion the 10D is one of the best, for a number of reasons. The 6mp sensor allows prints to be made at A3 size or more, while reducing noise in the images.
Excerpt: Canon has not made this camera for a few years, so you won't get a new one. I have been using my 10D for four years fairly intensively and it has not let me down. Before that I was using a trusty EOS 3.
Excerpt: I've been using one of these for a couple of years now and the picture quality is great. Superceded by the 20 and 30 and the 350 and 400 budget range, but still a great buy if you can pick one up cheaply second hand. Very easy to use and the picture quality is superb.