Summary: GREAT camera!!! Don't waste your money on one of those crummy point and shoot units. The price on Canon "D" series cameras is rock bottom `for the older models. If you want to take super high quality pictures this is a great deal.
Wonderful but it's been upgraded several times now with new features
Ms. Alice A. Gless, Amazon
19 December 2013
Summary: I kept my 20D and bought this one for my granddaughter for college graduation. She was getting the most beautiful, gorgeous pictures with it. Somehow she learned how to use completely manual settings.
Summary: Best camera ever. I absolutely loved this camera. I bought it used from Earth Green Values and it was in excellent condition. I can't stop taking pictures of everything around. I'm keeping this camera for many years to come.
Summary: I purchased this camera to take photos of caribou jaws for my boss to prepare a guide that would allow people to learn how to age the caribou by the wear on the teeth. Since the jaws are 3-dimensional and long, with various surfaces that are all important to aging, my other cameras just could not...
This is a Fantastic Camera for a Budding Photographer
10 June 2013
Summary: I bought this camera last summer used, and I absolutely love this camera. I have taken probably 5000 or more exposures with this since I got it, and the quality is just fantastic. It is simple to use, but has a ton of options for manual settings.
Summary: I was excited to order this camera I needed a new one my 20D was having issues. I had read the reviews on this camera and they were very good. I hesitated because it was refurbished and I was unsure what to expect. I was happy to see it was in such good condition, exactly as described.
Summary: One of the best cameras ever made by CANON, the ratio between the sensor size and number of megapixels is the secret for the excellent image quality of this gem. the ergonomics are great, the solid construction is a plus, I'm using my vintage SMC Pentax lenses with an adapter and the image quality...
Summary: For most folks, professionals included, this could be your one and only camera forever. It's missing nothing important. It's fast enough to get out of your way. It has enough resolution for giant prints. And you can get it now, in 2014, for $200. Incredible.
Summary: i have been a pro photographer for many years and i have almost always shot canon. my first digital was a $1600 used 1d then upgraded to a 20d then a 30d then another 20d then this 40d and now a 7d.