I am super excited to have another camera on my adventures and ...
jennifer raknerud, Amazon
20 February 2015
Summary: I just picked it up at the post office and it seems to be brand new, but old! I am super excited to have another camera on my adventures and not having to change out lenses. I let my other photo takers on capture dakota know...maybe they will grab this awesome camera. Mint condition!!
Summary: This has been a workhorse in my photo toolkit. I bought it in 2006 and have yet no need to replace it. It will need some work soon, as the flash lid gets seriously stuck, but given the tens of thousands of photos I have taken in 10 years, that's a minor thing.
Summary: Arrived early and in perfect working order. With the 20D at least, newer doesn't mean better. Still one of the best cameras around for the prosumer photographer. After all, the photog creates, the camera merely captures it. Great buy.
Summary: I wasn't expecting a like NEW item. I love it, and I do recommend this manufacturer. Shipping was FAST. I will purchase again with them. They are the BOMB. Cheap and quick. My kind. Enclosed is a shot of my Macho, taken with this awesome camera. Again, I love it. Ty, ty, ty!
Summary: Love it, Love it. I sold my 50D and bought this one for the weight. My hands are getting arthritis and this little machine is a little lighter and has taken quality shots. You can't go wrong with this little guy...It was highly talked about by photo friends and I didn't go wrong buying it.
Summary: I am a amateur photographer and enjoy taking pictures. I am very pleased with the image quality of the Canon 20D. I would recommend this to ANY beginning photographer. Now just need to get a really good piece of glass for it!
A decade later, still an outstanding camera--great for a first DSLR
Michael J. Wood "Flight Surgeon", Amazon
4 February 2014
Summary: Bottom Line: The Canon EOS 20D is still an outstanding digital camera, even a decade after it was first introduced. Given current prices for a very good used model run in the $100-$200 range, there is no better way to start learning how to use a digital single lens reflex camera.