Canon EOS 300D (EOS Digital Rebel / EOS Kiss Digital) Q&As
Announced Aug 20, 2003 •
6 megapixels | 1.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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2 Days ago I bought an EOS 300D for £50 from eBay with 18-55mm lens! (bargain), but I've noticed that when I use the internal flash I'm restricted to 1/200sec shutter speed rather than the full 1/4000thsec which I can do without the flash, I presume this is due to the flash being incapable of working fast enough (correct me if I am wrong). Does that mean if I get an external high-speed flash/speedlight (meaning one capable of such speed) will I be able to use the high shutter speed with a flash?
By: Bill Borne (Mar 23, 2015)
Posted to: Sony Cyber-shot Talk
By: soulman1949 (Mar 17, 2015)
Posted to: PC Talk
Over the last 10 years I've owned 3 Canons, the 300D, 50D and the last three years the 5D III. In that time, I've taken around 60/70K photos mostly in RAW. The only software I've really used consistently has been Canon's Digital Photo Professional (v3 and now v4). BTW, I'm running Win 7 x64. I'm just an enthusiastic amateur - my main interests in photography are pretty wide ranging - travel, local history and buildings and sights, street photography, flowers and wild life, events I attend,...
Hi, you keen photographers might think this is an odd question, but I am wondering what I can do to improve my night shot results. I have a point and shoot camera, a Panasonic DCM-TZ60 and I am dissatisfied with a certain type of night shot, cityscapes. What can I do to improve or eliminate these defects? The buildings are sharp, but light from the windows bleeds out so instead of a sharp rectangle (Frame edge) it looks fuzzy. I use the following:- Tripod, 2 sec timer to take shot, the ground...
By: romalfox (Jan 4, 2015)
Posted to: Canon Rebel (EOS 200D-800D) Talk
Hi team, it was a bit of a guess this mix of a new style flash and a 10+ year old camera, but they work great togheter. Here goes my question. In Tv mode and HSS enabled on the flash, the result of the pictures is okay, but I'm unsure why because when composing the picture, I can see in my viewfinder the shutter speed being (e.g.) 1000 and my exposure indicates (e.g.) 4.0 with ISO 200, and my exposure is blinking indicating underexposure. So to me this means that TTL is warning me that...
I have been reading various advise seeking questions in the forum, and from all the advises, I see a clear pattern: It completely depends on what you shoot. As my situation is different from others, I would like to seek some advice on upgrading my gear. My situation : I mostly shoot family, friends, kids birthday parties and outdoor landscapes/sceneries occasionally. I have canon EF 50 mm lens. I am very pleased with the results I get from the 50 mm lens. Now, I am willing to spend ±2500 $....
I currently have a now defunked 300D, and wanting to buy a new body, I just want to check for peace of mind that the lenses I have will work fine with a newer body (currently looking at the 550D so not new new models.) the oldest lenses I have are the Standard 18-55 and 80-200 canon lenses, I have one or 2 other bits and bobs too that I cant remember details of, but if these EF-S ones are fine, then so will the other bits. In my mind theres no reason why not, but want to check before spending...
I have a friend that wants to enlarge some of my wildlife photos to 6' x 4'. These are shot with a D800, so the uncropped photos have a resolution of 7360x4912 but some of the photos have been slightly cropped. I would normally try to keep a resolution of 300dpi in a print but am wondering how low I can go before it starts looking bad up close. Could I get away with 100dpi? How low have people gone on large prints before the results look too soft.
Guys, I am getting ready to put an advertisement in a magazine and apart from the sales guy being a total d**k and wasting time meaning that the ad will be delayed, I'm not sure he really has a clue. HOWEVER, I'm always ready to admit I could be wrong which is why I'm here. I exported my graphics through Corel Draw at 300 dpi and he comes back and asks for higher resolution, at least 300 dpi. So, I looked the pics up in ACDSee and it says 300 ppi. Is this the same thing and if I export them...
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