Professional Photographer Rob Galbraith has just posted a 5,500 word report on Canon's upcoming EOS-D30 Digital SLR. "It's not a direct competitor to the D1 or Kodak's pro cameras. But if the image quality is as good as Canon promises, then its feature set and software, combined with a street price of well below US$3000, will make the D30 an appealing option for newspapers with smaller budgets and lots of Canon gear, as well as the thousands of Canon-toting freelance news shooters eager to make the jump to digital".
Still no samples ;)
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