Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 350D / Digital Rebel XT / Kiss n Digital
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Strong camera for the starting photographer
9 September 2012
Excerpt: For the budding photographer, the Canon digital rebel is the perfect SLR camera. It offers automatic settings as well as the ability to change settings manually. Photographers can buy the kit lense or spend a little bit more money upgrading their camera to better or different lenses. This camera allows photographers to grow and develop their skill without worrying so much about cost.
Summary: it took me six months to get the $247.00 to get it out of the shop...now that it works I am happy with it..If you are going to sell broken equipment say it is broken so people will know it will have to get fixed before use,not just cleaned.
Summary: I have owned this camera for almost 2 years now, and it was great to learn about photography with perfect for a beginner trying to get into it. Unfortunately yesterday the 7 point auto focus stopped working and i tried three different lenses and had the same problem the camera would not focus on its own and it has never been dropped.
Summary: I have owned the Digital Rebel XT many months ago and have been mostly pleased. The various modes give great control over subjects and the size makes it easy to carry around to the various locations. The camera started giving "Error 99" and eventually ended up sending it to Cannon in California. They fixed the problem quickly, and because I had my original Proof of Purchase information and warranty card, did not charge me, and sent it back mostly fixed.
Summary: First, a couple of things. I wanted this camera to be great. I researched all the consumer dSLRs and decided on the XT Rebel 350 because of it's size and 8MP CCD, plus, I'd had two Canon point and shoot digitals that were fantastic. I've been taking pictures on a semi-professtional level for thirty years and I attended Brooks Institute of Photography, so I sort of know what I'm doing.