Summary: I waited years and years and years to buy a used 30D and I'm not disappointed in the slightest. It took a while for what I used to know about "real" photography to come back, and I had to stop looking for the various dials I remembered from film cameras.
Summary: Love this camera. I'm an intermediate photographer, it works well for me. I bought it after reading tons and tons of reviews and I'm glad I did. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles that newer models come with, but as an introduction to DSLRs, it's a great camera for the price.
Summary: Great camera for beginners. On of the best features is the wifi. If you have a pixma printer connected to your network, you can print straight from your camera. Good pics. It is a little more on the complicated side for beginners but a good learning SLR camera for the money.
Summary: Performed as I would hope it would.Use of the spot metering and 1/3 stop ISO alone has enhanced my finished work.I cut my shooting teeth so to speak on a Canon XTI,which I captured some amazing shot,however missed my share to , the 30D with a better view finder metering system ,5 frame per second...
Summary: I've have a 20d for several years and the improvements the 30d brought to the table I wanted so bad for so many years...larger screen, more snaps. This is a pro camera. Any one who has a good prime Canon Lens or the 55-250 zoom lens or the marvelous 40mm 2.8 pancake, get this body.
Summary: I bought this camera about a year ago used on Amazon for $190. It takes some amazing photos. I use it with my 50mm lens and have captured some amazing shots. I find the camera very easy to use and a great starter DSLR for anyone who wants to get into photography.
Summary: I recently upgraded my 30D I purchased from Amazon to a 60D. I wanted the higher resolution and the better ISO performance. This was to be converted to an infrared camera body. I actually regret selling my 30D. I should have kept it and converted it to IR rather than going with a 60D.