Canon PowerShot D30

Announced Feb 12, 2014 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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Used to have one on my nikon d5300. Liked it a lot.  Wonder if it fits ok on the 100d? Also wondering if it performs well.  Cheers. I have the 24mm f2.8 stm and might pick up a 50mm f1.8 ii buthe then thought might as well get the sigma and get both of those focal lengths plus the wider end.  I don't mindo the size and enjoyed it on my nikon d5300
By: Frank Crossley (4 weeks ago)
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my D300s would not turn on after sitting for a few month unused.  I checked the battery and it was good.  No information displayed on the top lcd. i call nikon to get advice so as to send it in for repair.  I was told that the D300s is not supported now.  Is this just my local Nikon (Bangkok) or worldwide.  The camera is still as new with only approx 10,000 actuations.  Hate to see it collect dust! Advise please.
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(last post got deleted) I’m new to photography and the camera i currently own is the nikon d3000. it’s a bit of an older camera but it works relatively well. i own the following lens’s 18-55mm 55-200mm I mainly photograph dance (indoors) and football (outdoors). Is there a lens out where that will get high quality pictures where the lighting/exposure isn’t awful. I’d like to keep the price of the lens under $300 if possible.  Extra question- My camera takes very grainy pictures. Is there a...
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(my mea culpa) I'm an anachronism - I still have my Ftb and A1 Cameras though they don't get used anymore (plus the attendant FD lenses). E-Mail is my thing ... I don't do 'social media'. Now to the more nearly present times ... I jumped into digital photography in 2001 purchasing a D30 (still have it). In late 2005 I bought a 5D (still have it).  Then, for various reasons, I completely dropped-out of photography for 6 to 8 years.  Within the past several years I've been helping a friend...
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Ok, I got new D500 last SAT, it was cool and ncie even !0fps.. as I need for action. Ok, I noticed there 2 kind of JPEG as example: FINE FINE* (star) what is that STAR for?? I read guide page 91, there is NO xplain detail about STAR for? Anyoneknow? I had D30 and D750 as I kept  there has NO STAR but D500 had STAR each fine, normal ad basic... thanks kenny
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I'm just getting into photography and I've found I like what I'm doing so far.  I'm using a Canon D30 (not 30D, this was made in 2000) with a Tamron 28-200 f/4.0-5.6 lens.  I've found the camera to be a bit slow in processing images and the light sensitivity to be challenging due to the long exposure time.  So I'm looking to either get a newer FF Canon body (5D or 1DS), or move to FF Nikon (D3 not sure).  Given that the Tamron is worth $100 I can't say that I have much invested in Canon...
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Hello all, I am currently using a Canon Powershot D30 to take underwater pictures when rock pooling, snorkeling and diving but I'd like to take a step up. I am especially interested in taking pictures of seaweeds in shallow rock pools such as these: https://anbollenessor.wordpress.com/2016/04/26/photographing-seaweeds-with-a-canon-powershot-part-iv/ I think a WA lens (and a better camera) is what I need. The choice seems to be between one of the Sony RX100 models or perhaps a Canon G9X. I am...
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Hey guys, I would like your expert opinion. I was only checking the reviews, but I would like to hear from an expert that knows every number in the specs or have experience with these cameras. Basically, looking for a gps enabled waterproof camera. I found the following ones: - Canon PowerShot D30 - Olympus TG-3 - Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS5 - Nikon COOLPIX AW120 Which one is the best option based on specs/experience and why? Other suggestions (newer models, better, etc.) are welcome too, however...
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When I got my first DSLR, the Canon D30, it had a problem. Taking a picture of something under bright red light did not produce a completely red image. Overexposed areas would have swirls of purple and green and other colors.Someone explained the problem. When the red channel was completely saturated, that would leave the blue and green channels with an incorrect ratio of exposure. The slight amounts of blue and green invisible to your eyes wouldn't completely saturate their channels but...
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