The EOS Digital Rebel is for everyone, offering SLR excitement and quality, digital convenience and unlimited EOS system creativity. High performance is ensured with Canon's Digital Trinity - 6.3 MP...More
I've been shooting for years with an old Cannon A1. Digital appealed to me, but you couldn't control things like Depth of Field and such. (I take alot of those pictures of flowers and such where the subject is in focus and the backround is blured) No...t to mention, I'm no where close to a professional and have a budget to match. (this is just one of my hobbies) This was the first Digital to come around that fit everything I was looking for. 6.3megapix is awesome. All the control I had over the exposure and depth of field is there. All the Canon lenses I could ever want. And under $1000!!!Now I can shoot all I want and it doesn't cost me a dime. I print out only what I need to, and archive all my photos to CD-R. Since the price of film and processing is gone, I take chances on shots I never would have before. It's been 5 months and 1500+ pictures now. That would have been over 60 rolls of film and I'd be broke from the processing cost.As to the contols and such. Some of them are a bit hard to get to. I'm getting better at remebering where they all are, but in a split second situation, I'm staring at my camera back trying to remeber how to get it to do what I want. It's been a huge learning curve for me from my old camera, but it's been a BLAST! I've never regretted this purchase, doubt I ever will. (I had to work all the overtime I could get at work for 2 months to afford this) Read more Less
I am a Professional Photographer and I have owned this camera April of since 2004. I got it for a great deal and it was love at first shot! I have worked with many SLR's and this is my third digital. So far this is my favourite camera to work with! N...ot ready to upgrade just yet. I don't care for the built in flash so plan on purchasing a bigger flash if you want to shot indoors or at outdoors at night. Sometimes the exposure needs to be lowered from the reading but you learn to adjust without the reading. I also noticed that the f/stop is a wee bit quick too so compensate as well by bracketing to get the right exposure. This camera allows you to explore your options and even a novice can work this camera when set on point and shoot. This is a great investment camera if you want to photo document. Read more Less
i said it all!!
that's the best camera you can buy
This is my first experience with digital SLR. Until about a week ago, I was still in the stone age, using the EOS Rebel 2000 film camera. Having shot three basketball games and playing around with the camera (about 300 pictures) I have no complaints.... After a few weeks, I will update. Read more Less
THIS IS EOS 300 D /DIGITAL REBEL /DIGITAL KISS.
This camera with EF-S 18-55 mm is very good for amature and professional photographer astronomer because this camera can change lens and connect to telescope.
Canon digital camera and film camera is best.
Canon came out this camera is great for those want to have the digital SRL camera.
I have been shooting professionally since 1970 and have used canon products ever since my FTB when I was in the Navy in 1964. This is by far the best camera all around that I have ever used and I use it every day as a photojournalist. It performs in ...every area and it gets the pictures I need for my paper. It is so simple to use that I would recommend it to beginners and pros as well. Read more Less
this camera is beyond belief!!! it is so ergonomical that it feels like an extension of your hand. it has all of the options that my 35mm canon has. the pictures are so crystal clear that i took a picture during a rainstorm. i could zoom in on a rain... drop until it filled the screen before it got fuzzy. just remember to set the pictures to small. or the pictures will be gigantic. large is for making 8x10 pictures. the people at canon didn't forget anything. it has every option imaginable. my suggestion... this camera is a must for the serious photographer. Read more Less
the most different is the price if u want 2 compare with the other 6.3 mega pixel camera, under $1000in plastic body makes the weight more comfortable 2 bring if the person doesn't like the heavy body...in overall excellent.... u should but it if u ...want the quality... Read more Less
The Digital Rebel offers buyers an entrance into the world of digital SLR photography for slightly more than the cost of a high-end point-and-shoot camera. Hard-core hobbyists may find the EOS-10D's higher shooting speed, heftier feel, and advanced controls more to their liking. But the Digital Rebel's excellent image quality, light weight, and budget price tag are appealing, and we expect that dealers will have a hard time keeping Digital Rebels in stock this holiday season. Read more
A low price boosts the Canon EOS Digital Rebel's appeal for amateur film-SLR photographers going digital and high-end snapshooters who want to experiment more. Read more
The Canon Digital rebel is a terrific camera, especially if you look at what it has to offer for the price you pay. You get most of the features of the 10D for a much lower price, plus Canon have thrown in a cracking new lens which itself is great value for money. Read more
What is the difference between the Rebel and the 10D? If you had to buy one, which would it be? It's a tough decision. The 10D has a much more solid construction. It offers a lot of user flexibility such as the ability to set custom functions. The 10D allows you to specify what metering and AF modes you would like to use. You can select a specific color temperature in Kelvin as a white balance option and you can take nine consecutive frames at three frames per second. Are these enough reasons to warrant the extra $500 for the 10D? We felt that the differences in performance during our time tests were not really significant enough to notice when using the camera casually. We really liked the layout of the buttons on the 10D better than the Rebel. One problem with the 10D that really dragged us down was its weight. It doesn't feel very heavy at first, but after carrying it around all day, you begin to grow fond of the lighter Rebel. But then again, the rugged construction made us feel... Read more
While we'd like to see more customizable settings in future revs, the Digital Rebel is clear proof that CMOS has legs in the future of digital photographyand that you don't have to pay a pretty penny to get an SLR. Read more