Reviews and Problems with Kodak DCS520 / Canon D2000
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Ashley Pomeroy, DP Review
17 October 2009
Excerpt: I owned one of these for a few months back in 2008. Mine was badged as a Canon D2000. I bought it second-hand for just over £100 complete with battery and charger - on a rational level it's not worth anything at all nowadays, but I was curious to see what it was like. In general I was impressed.
Excerpt: Vou avaliar esta câmera baseado no que se encontra hoje em dia no mercado relativo à ela, ou seja, câmeras do mesmo nível, em particular a EOS 1D, e EOS 1D MKII, porque analisá-la levando em conta suas concorrentes quando ela foi lançada seria um massacre.
Excerpt: bought it for 500$ and I think its a good deal, the camera is allmost perfect, fast, the images are realy film like, made for crativety, after non professional cameras I realy found something new in the photography thanx to that camera, the only minuses are it's weight and size Problems: its hard to...
Excerpt: I bought this camera second hand a few months ago for $1000 on-line and I have not lifted my film camera since! Not only does it do everything I want it to but i can just send everything straight to the puter where it all ended up anyway.
Excerpt: This is a great camera. I bought mine (AP surplus) for $1500 with all original accessories plus two batteries and two memory cards. I shoot for a small daily newspaper and I got fed up with how slow the D30 was to focus and shoot.
Excerpt: Best camera in its class by a mile. I can use this in the studio at the same speed as I would my normal EOS1n. I use the camera tethered most times so the client can revue their images. The DCS Plug in works a street in this situation.
Excerpt: this camera is fantastic....and so hard wearing, in the studio, 20 000 shots in 2 months..no complaints from the camera...i have dropped it countless times, many people have used it, i have had it on the beach with me..