Canon EOS 300D (EOS Digital Rebel / EOS Kiss Digital)

Announced Aug 20, 2003 •
6 megapixels | 1.8 screen | APS-C sensor
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It has a sufficient quality and number of pixels to make not quite perfect glossy 8" by 12" prints; which product is the entire point of photography as I see it. A 35mm camera with medium speed film can make the same product but it entails the inconveniences of film. A 35mm camera with fine grain film can easily produce 12" by 18" prints with proper scanning. And a 120 film camera will make 18" by 27". The original Canon Digital Rebel is a great bargain for complementing the capabilities of ...

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not bad for a entry-level DSLR

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The 300D is an excellent camera to start photography, even to get money from it, the camera gets better when you integrate these the Firmware Hack, which gives one the feeling of having a 10D, is somewhat slow, but eventually you get used to. His material gives a good a feeling of professional camera and has excellent grip, comfortable, its 6.3MP, and its compatibility with EF-EFS, give the 300D a good job as an excellent camera. Problems: Slow Processing, 1.8 LCD, Plastic Body, Slow RAW ...

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I checked out the images from a 450d and a 500d from this site and thought, hmmm these don't look that much better than my 300d. So, as an exercise I drew on paper the 300D 3072 x 2048 and then around it the 4752 x 3168 of the 500D. Ahhh I thought there's the difference, not very much!! Then on the A4 to A3 paper size principle I worked out the doubling of the 300D size and it comes to 6144 x 4096 or 25 Megapixels. I then blew up a 300D image to 500D size and there's not that much difference, ...

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I do like this camera, but then I like all DSLR`s really. The problem is, is that so many other DSLR's are better. The 300D just lacks too many useful features (tho' a crack firmware exists to allow 10D features). IQ is fine when used correctly. But the 10D doesn't cost that much more used, so get that instead.

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The Canon Eos 300 D (europe version) is still a very good camera, the resolution is enogh for me (6.3mp ) this camera won't bother you with options most people don't use , i like that . This camera is not super fast but decent enough to deliver a good image. That the camera shuts down when opening the CF door is not handy but unfortunately you have to live with it. what this body does extremely well is let the photgrapher decide how he or she wants to shoot a picture this camera shoots it , ...

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I got this thing when it was still hot off the production lines, not yet available in my country I risked ebay and got it from the UK. It was very expensive for a part time employee and I spent all my tax-return on it despite owing people money, credit card debt and bills to pay. I never regret that decision. The minute I got it working I was in love and love it today even as "out of date" as it apparently is. It still takes incredible pictures and I have LITERALLY fallen off rocks and my ...

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Had many of these cameras in between glitches (Nikon D50, D100 etc) but still come back to it. Being a repairer of cameras (digital and film) I tend to look at other things as well as picture quality. The 300d is about as simple (mechanically) as any camera can be - most of the work is done by the lens. there are several stock faults (error 99) caused by the shutter, lens incompatibility, bent CF pins which can mean a new main board etc. But in spite of all its failings you can't help but ...

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good camera for still scenes shootings in RAW mode, but not when you have to make some serial shoots

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Bought camera due to desire to accomplish better outdoor shots than my Nikon 5400 would render. I originally, and still desire, to purchase the D50. But the price on EBay gave me an option to move into DSLR, sooner than expected. I tried this camera out, initially on a wedding. But the 28-55mm lens was not sufficient to do a great job without being obtrusive to the ceremony. Yet the photos, once cropped looked nice. As I used the camera it became easier to obtain better and better shots. For ...

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