Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 300D / Digital Rebel / Kiss Digital
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Canon EOS Rebel
Emily Valentino, REVIEW STREAM
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: The Canon EOS Rebel is a great camera for either an amateur or professional, or at least that’s what the ad says. Personally I enjoy the camera because it’s so easy to use and get a great picture with it. Of course you have the option of manual or automatic focus, changing the shutterspeed, and a whole lot of other things that I haven’t figured out yet (i. e.
Summary: I ended up purchasing this camera for about $55, was the best deal I have ever made. Had a little wear n' Tear, but that doesn't stop my satisfaction with the quality of my images! I recommend this to someone who is wanting to get into photography, because I know this camera has already done that for me! I love Canon and look forward in using their camera products throughout the years!
Kevin Michael Callihan Sr Esq [Retired/Disabl..., Amazon
19 March 2013
Summary: Once new manufactured camera is transferred to another, and the other never sold it, IT IS NEW OLD STOCK, but according to AMAZON POLICY, you may not say new. I bought a new one.FACT. Marvelous, "#1 BEST SELLER"; it is one among many, depending on qualitative analytic data sets I have created: A significance of probability among unbiased questions to owners only, with all formula at my finger tips: a better improved digital, although film multiple analysis=same, with...
Summary: The camera arrived in its original box, and its condition was like new. Very pleased with that. I bought it for my grandson who is just starting the hobby. A very good "starter" camera that will take a long time to ourgrow.
Summary: Bought this used camera for my son because he's taking up photography class and it's been used quiet a bit. It's an older model, but has gave him the experience he needed to become a great photographer!
Summary: I bought this not real sure of what I would get since it was used. But I figured I would take a chance. Im glad I did. It does have some signs of wear but that was stated when I bought it. It works wonderfully and takes excellent pictures with excellent quality! Good, easy, camera for beginners.
Summary: Probably the best beginner's camera out there that produces quality photos at almost laughable costs! I bought mine used for $60 (body only) with a kit lens ($40) and the f/1.8 50mm ($80). Combine all of that, I have a $180 dSLR to learn from until I have the money to purchase a better body. The previous reviews have hit the jackpot on why you shouldn't get this camera, but I'm here to tell you why you definitely SHOULD. 1. Ability to upgrade to the hacked firmware[...