It takes someone with a college degree to use a camera properly!
7 March 2013
Summary: So far, I'm learning how to use this Cannon t1i DSLR. Having had experience with point and shoot cameras I can tell that the big heavy lenses, etc. will give way to POINT AND SHOOT cameras. The nomenclature used is not simple as should be - I don't know why but I suspect that simplicity is not in fashion. Mr. David Pogue wrote a book that is very good, "Digital Photography"" THE MISSING MANUAL where he explains very clearly about cameras.
Excerpt: But, well, when you’re organized and know how to schedule recharging, it won’t be much of a problem. In overall, this kit is a classic. It’s something so many great pros got introduced into the world of photography with, it’s something so many people paved their way to becoming pros, that at times I catch myself thinking that it’s not me who decides whether it’s good or bad, but it’s the camera that tests what my skills are worthy of.
Excerpt: I love my Canon T1i. I went from a Canon point & shoot camera to this dlsr. It's not too heavy or bulky like some DLSR's can be and it fits my hand nicely. Once I understood all the different settings, it was fairly easy to use the right setting for the photo that I wanted to capture. It's 10 megapixels so it is professional quality and the photo's look really great.
the cannon eos 500 digital camera is one of the best camera's
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have owned several cannon camera's from the 35 mm to the digital one that I currently own. I trust the brand and it has alway's given me some excellent pictures. I purchased the longer and stronger lense when I had my 35mm camera and I love the fact that it was interchangeable with my current digital one. That was one of the plus features that I really enjoy.