Reviews and Problems with Kodak DCS520 / Canon D2000
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4 October 2013
Excerpt: The 500 comes in two versions the 520 (2 million pixel CCD) and the 560 (3 x 2 million pixel CCD's - 6 million pixels total). The 500 series is based on the Canon EOS-1N body with Kodak's digital back, processing unit and expanded feature set. The 500 series are also sold by Canon as the D2000 and D6000.
Pros: The best image quality, high resolution, colour and gray balance, A "reference camera", Very fast and responsive in use, Very fast and responsive in the menu system, Ergonimical design and controls layout, Advanced feature set, Depth-of-field AE, Custom white balance, Shooting modes: Program / Aperture priority / Shutter priority / Full manual / Bulb, 24Mb internal buffer, True SLR digital, 3.5fps Burst mode, Exceptional build quality, Ability to take 2 x Type I or II...
Cons: Blue channel can sometimes be noisy, Could do with being about 0.5Kg lighter, Could do with being about 100mm shorter, Could do with being about $5,000 cheaper ;-)