Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Rebel XS / Kiss F Digital)

Announced Jun 10, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Rebel XS / Kiss F Digital) Ask a question in forums about the Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Rebel XS / Kiss F Digital).
Ask a new question
59
Questions
asked
6
Questions
answered
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »
6
replies
Answered
So I bought a 1000D recently and it worked fine for a day or so, then today I went to turn it on and it wont boot. I've googled it, seemed pretty common, I've tried removing the battery,sd,lense etc to no success. I've tried playing with the mini buttons on the the battery door and sd door with no success either. Any ideas?
34
replies
Hello, Thank you for taking the time to read my question. I am going to backpack in Japan this summer. Apart from usual travel photos, I would like to focus on taking pictures of festivals that take place after sunset. It includes hanging lanterns, lanterns on the ground, floating on water surface, people placing candles along paths or in temples, illuminated shrines or trees and so on. All I have right now is Canon 1000D with Canon 50mm  f/1.8 lens and Canon kit lens 18-55. I don't have a...
26
replies
Hi I have been using my Canon 100D camera for some time now but have only recently found that the more I zoom with my 75-300mm lens the more blurred the photo becomes. This does not happen with my other lens and I have tried using the lens in both auto and manual focus modes.  I have also used the lens clean function but to no avail. Insight would be appreciated - I just want to know if it's me or the lens! Before Zooming in (please zoom in and see details are kept crisp): After zooming in...
By: MattS123 (10 months ago)
Posted to: Pro Digital Talk
2
replies
I will be shooting my first Christening soon and am planning to use my 7D mii with 20mm (32/33 with 1xcf) f/1.4 lens generally but for the actual baptism I want to get some closeups and some full body shots. My initial plan was to have a 50mm with 13mm extension on my 7D mii and put the 20mm on my 1000D backup camera (I know, needs updating!!) but having thought a bit about it I am not sure this is the best use. The main lenses/extensions I have to work with are 70-300mm, 50mm, 20mm lenses...
2
replies
I'm trying to understand more about my digital SLR 1000d one of the of the thing i want to know is is it a full frame camera as a fun frame camera is recommended for astrophotography and in particular star trails, I'm still a beginner in photography, if this camera is not a full frame can u recommend a canon DSLR as i am on a budget. many thanks  dan
27
replies
Answered
I am looking to invest in a short focal length refractor/astrograph and I will want to try my hand at narrowband imaging in future. For the meantime I will be visiting southern France specifically for an Astro trip and I need to know which filter would be suitable for imaging popular targets like M42 & other nebulas, and what size will fit the scope. The scope I am looking at is possibly an Explore Scientific 80mm FCD 100 apo. The skies will be pretty dark down there so maybe I wouldn't need...
4
replies
I am looking for an adaptor to fit a Canon 1000d which will allow a Nikon lens to be fitted. I know it will be all manual, but it doesn't matter because I'm using it for astrophotography. Can anybody recommend a good adaptor which will allow this. Thanks --Steve
2
replies
My last camera was a 350D and since then I've got by using my girlfriends 1000D, 600D or resorting to various iPhones. I'd like to get a camera again and have a couple of Canon lenses but do I give up the ability to swap lenses in favour of the convenience of the Sony or Leica? I kind of want a 'reportage' camera whatever that is but would like to zoom as well as a flat lens. Will the non-SLRS cut it? Love to hear your thought.
By: lranadive (Oct 14, 2016)
Posted to: Open Talk
2
replies
Hi, I've used 1000D and 600D with Tamron 150-600 [Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 SP Di VC USD] for a shoot in jungle, I feel that lens is able to produce good quality images but both of these bodies don't provide me - 1. Good FPS 2. Low light good IQ - on ISO 800 I see a lot of noise 3. AF points and time taken to focus I'm looking for a basic FF entry level Nikon/Canon. Will D610 or 6D solve my problem or I've to invest more for body? Is it wise decision to switch to D610 as price difference is...
Click Click Drone
By: Click Click Drone (Aug 20, 2016)
Posted to: Accessories Talk
4
replies
Answered
Good morning all Thanks for any information on this forum I've just bought an Fujifilm X-t1 and my quetion is on flashguns. I own a Sigma EF-610 DGST which I bought for a Canon 1000D. Its budget but does a decent job. Now I assumed this was just for a Canon as stated. Now a friend of mine who i can class as a professional said Im incorrect as most flashguns will fit any camera bar Minolta( i think he said) as the horseshoe is a standard fitting. So i tried it out on my Fuji X-S1 bridge...
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »