Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Rebel XS / Kiss F Digital)
Announced Jun 10, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, *If this is in the wrong forum, please say so, but I have no idea what class of cameras this is supposed to be in.* I have just bought a camera Canon EOS 1000D from a friend, who said they had this error for years. It displays Err99 when I try to capture a photo. Sometimes. I've googled this enough to understand it means nothing useful to any of you just to say "I have Err99", so I'll try to explain some more... The error only shows after capturing. If I remove the SD card it will capture...
I recently purchased Orion 09007 SpaceProbe 130ST telescope. I am planing to do some basic planetary astrophotography, as well as deep-sky objects like nebulae and galaxies. For objects with greater angular size such as Andromeda, I noticed that I need a relatively wide field of view. Therefore, I should be able to manage to do prime-focus astrophotography. The problem is that with my current camera (Canon Rebel XS), the photos are out of focus. When approaching focus the draw-tube is going...
Hello. I'm not new to photography, but I'm kinda newbish to gear. I've been using a Canon 1000D my whole life, and now I have a company buying me new gear. I might be getting a a7r or a7R II, but they also want to give me this lens: http://www.adorama.com/ISO55210EBF.html a Sony 55-210mm f/4.5-6.3 OSS E-Mount NEX lens. What would be the effect of using that APS-C lens on a FF camera body? I think I've read somewhere that Sony camera goes into automatic cropping mode in cases like this. Would...
By: Aurorah (Jun 19, 2015)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I own a Canon Rebel XS and my favourite type of image to take is a close up and I was curious if there were certain settings to take an amazing close up, i have three lenses (Canon 18-55mm, Sigma70-300mm and Tamron 150-600mm) if someone could provide an answer i will be grateful :) kind regards Aurorah
Hello, I'm looking to upgrade my DSLR from the 1000D (Rebel XS) to either the T5i or T6i My local shop is quoting me about $580 for the T5i and $780 for the T6i, both with the 18-55 kit lens. Is the T6i really worth the extra $200 or should i get the T5i and use the money on a lens? I intend to use this for landscapes/holidays Thank you in advance!
Still I'm in love very much with my 1000D. Will with be with this for another couple of Years. I'm using a Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm (1:3.5-5.6 II NON-IS) and a Canon Zoom Lens EFS 55-250 mm (1:4-5.6 IS II). Both the lenses are good. But they create a problem in emergency when lens change is required. I plan to change them with a Tamron AF 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] MACRO? Is my decision correct? I'm normally a General Clicker. Love to click everything.
My husband bought me a 70D to replace my old 1000D for our anniversary. Everything was fine until I connected it to the EOS utility software when it crashed. The program said connection to the camera was lost and the top LCD screen froze even when turned off. I left it for a while but ended up having to remove the battery to reset it. When I put the battery back in, the camera was completely dead and I have been able to get nothing from it since. Things I have tried: Recharging the battery...
By: Basudip (Feb 3, 2015)
I am using a Canon 1000D for the last three years. Satisfied user, as basically I'm an amateurish photographer. The camera is working fine till date. Recently my friend has started pushing me for Canon 600D. Definitely 600D has better options but still can't leave my emotions attached with 1000D. Being toggled between the two. More to add, that I'm not a Video Guy. Lenses I use with my 1000D are 18-55 (Non-IS), 55-250 and 40mm. Brain says that both these crop sensored DSLR-s are basic...
So I wanted to go out to shoot today, only to find my batteries to be dead.. I know that I charged them a couple of weeks ago and the camera have not been used in the meantime. I'm using the quite old Canon EOS 1000D (EOS Rebel XS) and the lens that have been mounted on it was the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM, if that matters. Is it normal that they discharges this fast? I don't recall having this issue before.
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