Canon EOS 350D (EOS Digital Rebel XT / EOS Kiss Digital N)

Announced Feb 17, 2005 •
8 megapixels | 1.8 screen | APS-C sensor
iyandri
 
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i have this camera for more than 10 years, and still work properly .

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The 350D was my first DSLR, it has served me marvelously and has taught me many things! Since 2007, I have not had any problems using this camera till this day. I have travelled with it through wind, rain and snow. Note that it is the last XXXD series to feature an additional LCD which is great. The camera body is very small and lightweight, but the materials used are of high Made in Japan quality. Problems: Very small LCD - can become difficult to judge focus and colour accurately. Small ...

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Although this camera is now quite old, I'm writing this review to make a point about DSLRs.... I had one of these for my research, and it was great in that it was a very good quality DSLR that could be remotely operated by a computer. However, I was using a remotely-operated PowerShot S70 side-by-side with the 350D and the kit zoom lens, and the 7MP S70 out-resolved it by something like 20%! This shocked me, especially because the S70 has a collapsing lens, bringing serious doubts about ...

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I did not like this camera and sold it after some month. This was my 10th digital camera.

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a good modern improvement to the 300D (faster with more features), but the camera in itself is a little dull to use. If you're coming from a non-DSLR, then it's absolutely fine...but for others used to DSLR's it's a fairly pointless option.

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My first SLR was the Canon EOS Rebel 2000. This took great film shots. My problem was getting the films developed. I decided to move to a DSLR. After long analysis, I chose the EOS 350D. I bought a bundle that had the battery grip (for extra battery charge and for taking vertical shots). This helped make the camera more substantial and easier to grip. I had the standard lens and a 55 to 200 telephoto. These served me quite well. This camera takes great photo's and with the ability to ...

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My first digital-SLR after traditional SLRs. It is very easy to use, picture quality is amazing and colours very realistic. The rear colour-screen is small but leaves extra space for the LCD which is very useful. Battery life is excellent. Probably the construction is cheap with much plastic around but this makes the overall package a light thing to bring around.

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I bought one second hand 350D, with about 11000 shots. I like the pictures taken with Parameters 1, they are absolutely fantastic. Good contrast, sharpness and saturation. I like the good dynamic range too. Still a good camera, though we are in 2008. Problems: For now, not problems. I have already 2000 shots (+ 11000). The big problem is the costliness of the good lenses.

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I bought one second hand 350D, with about 11000 shots. I like the pictures taken with Parameters 1, they are absolutely fantastic. Good contrast, sharpness and saturation. I like the good dynamic range too. Still a good camera, though we are in 2008. I have 18-55 kit lens and 55-250IS. Enough for me. http://gdvlad.blogspot.com/ Problems: For now, not problems. I have already 2000 shots (+ 11000). The big problem is the costliness of the good lenses.

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Excellent first DSLR camera. Upgraded from a G6 point and shoot. Rock bottom price for under $360 from a local store and is brand new. Using a 50mm f/1.8 and a 70-300mm f/4-5.6 lens. Learning so much in a short period of time. Can't believe I waited so long to get an SLR. Already want to get a full frame 5D in the next couple of years :)

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