Canon EOS 30D

Announced Feb 21, 2006 •
8 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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Canon EOS 30D review
By: Jamie Harrison, What Digital Camera (May 8, 2006)

As a new camera the Canon EOS 30D is a bit of a disappointment, but viewed as an upgrade to an already very good camera, it performs its role well. So while the extra functions don’t excite us as much as a brand new model would, the Canon 30D is still a very good camera.

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Canon EOS 30D review

When Canon announced the EOS 30D would employ the same sensor as its predecessor, it was hard not to be both surprised and a little disappointed. After all, for its previous generations of digital SLRs, Canon lead the market by always developing new, higher resolution sensors. Standing still like this just didn’t seem right. But it’s important to look at the 30D in context. It replaces...

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