Reviews and Problems with Canon EOS 350D / Digital Rebel XT / Kiss n Digital
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Wise choice for the photo enthusiast to be (except for night photography)
4 September 2014
Summary: Buying this 9 years after it was introduced to the market might sound cheapo but in practice can prove to be a good decision. For possibly as little as 85 USD you get yourself a durable, not so used (most of these units have a shutter count of 20-50k when the estimated capacity is 100k) camera with...
Great older entry-level dSLR for those wanting a quality camera with a smaller and lighter body.
12 May 2014
Summary: I bought this camera in spring 2011. I had been using point-and-shoot's for years and I wanted to get into amateur photography. I had considered older Canon and Nikon models such as the D70 but ultimately I went for the Canon because of the lower price.
Summary: I bought this camera a couple years ago and it is amazing. I'm impressed with every photo taken, the quality is amazing. And it's pretty much idiot proof on using it. I'm by no means a professional photographer and I barely do photos as a hobby.
Summary: a durable, solidly built camera that bridges the gap between a point and shoot and a dslr. So far, taking pictures of an object that isn't moving (dogs sleeping) and is indoors provided excellent results. Bought a used camera that included a memory card that still had pics from the previous owner.
Summary: When my Canon Rebel XT broke I went to have it repaired. The person suggested that I could go on Amazon and buy a new one for $100 more than the cost of the repair. When the camera arrived there was a little note that said if I had any problems to call the vendor directly.