Conclusion: Canon EOS 300D - Break through SLR camera The Canon is undoubtedly a break through on the field of the digital reflex camera. Only this time not concerning the innovations but the price, and even the price/quality relation.
Conclusion: Recommended ; very appropriate for the auto-everything snapshot user; might frustrate the more sophisticated wants-to-set -everything user.
Pros: Plastic Fantastic . Exactly what you'd expect for an inexpensive body; you'll want to take precautions to keep this camera sheltered from the elements. The color LCD on the back has no additional protection, so is susceptible to scratching with rough handling. But other than that it seems hardy e...
Cons: It's the Image Stupid. Nice color, nice contrast, and very printable out-of-camera JPEGs make this a snapshooters delight., Bang for the Buck ! US$899 for a rather full-featured DSLR is as good as it gets here in early 2004. Add another US$100 for a reasonable, though not great, lens and its an e...
Summary: The question isn't really about this camera, it's about lenses. When you buy a 35mm SLR camera, you are committing to a lens system. If you follow the lead of most professional photographers, the choice is between Nikon and Canon. At the end of the day the camera is just a box with a shutter.
Excerpt: Leta 1976 sem si kupil prvo Canon kamero. Model AE-1. (O pa kako bi si takrat želel veè. Canon EF, Nikon EL2. Pa ni bilo DINAR smo takrat rekli). Vendar veselja po nakupu AE-1 kar nekaj mesecev ni bilo konec. Vse svoje fotografije na ÈB film so bile posnete z njim.
Canon's EOS 300D SLR Digital Camera Breaks $1000 Barrier
26 November 2003
Summary: Marketing folks for some reason deem it necessary to change product names depending on the geographic location. Canon's latest digital camera is called the EOS 300D on one side of the Atlantic and "Digital Rebel" on the other, and in Japan it's known as Kiss Digital.
Canon EOS Digital Rebel Review is based on a production
model. All sample images are unretouched, except
where specified. The
EOS Digital Rebel simply bests the best
of the prosumer digital cameras with its excellent
resolution, virtually noise-free images at high
ISOs, low-light capability,...
there was one camera that really changed the landscape of digital
photography in 2003, it's the Canon Digital
Rebel. The 6.3 Megapixel Digital Rebel, also known as the
Digital Kiss and EOS-300D (depending on where you live), is the
first digital SLR with a list price of under $1000.
Pros: Excellent image quality, Low noise, even at ISO 400, Robust performance, Much easier to use than previous Canon D-SLRs, All the benefits of a D-SLR: lenses, flashes, and full manual controls, Zero redeye, Incredible value for the money, Long battery life, Nice software bundle
Cons: Average burst mode performance (especially compared to EOS-10D), Many limitations compared to 10D (noted in chart at top of review), Not a fan of the flash as AF-assist lamp system