Canon EOS 20D
Announced Aug 19, 2004 •
8 megapixels | 1.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi All, I am new to photographing the night sky, my brother set me up with the equipment. I am trying to use a Canon 20D DSLR camera. In my Windows 7 Device Manager the camera is listed and is up to date with its drivers. In ImagesPlus where you go to "connect" no camera is listed. Where do I go to set up the Canon camera so I can connect with it. Thanks. Jim
My head is swimming from the research, so I thought I'd try asking the pros! I'm a portrait photographer, but I've recently been dragged into the real estate biz (which I'm enjoying). I use the 24-70 for almost everything, but I'm realizing it won't cut it with real estate. I need a new lens for starters, then I'll research what I need for post-processing. I shoot with the 5D, but I also have a 20D. I can't afford a thousand dollar lens right now. I'm not charging a lot yet, and I'm not...
I have had various point and shoot and have some reasonable images and about 6 years ago bought a 20d and 3 lenses to learn / take better shots. I found I liked the quality of shot, but began to hate the bulk. I then bought a Canon S95 which I love. One of the biggest features is the live view, which I find very helpful. Now, the 20d hasn't been out of the bag now for 3 years, so it's time to move it on. It's all just too big and clunky. The S95 was handy on a recent trip, but I feel I am...
Hello everybody, this is my first post in years :) I am still using 20D!!! and it is time to upgrade (finally) Since I have nice collection of canon lenses (24-70 original, 50mm 1.4, 10-22mm and 135mm) my logical conclusion was to upgrade to 80D. I did not check the new offer from Sony and I wanted to get your input if there is any recommended model from Sony to use with an adaptor for my lenses or 80D is still the best solution. Budget is around $1.500 CAN Camera will be used for every day,...
I've used a couple of different angle finders on the 10D, 20D, 40D and the 5Dmk2 without any issues. Now I have a 5D mark 4 and neither finder fits. I no longer have any of the adapters that must have come with the finders - probably bought the finders used. Never worried about it as they always fit, but it seems the 5Dmk4 has a bit wider view finder than previous finders. On the net I came across a Canon angle finder C that only has the Ec-C adapter and not the Ed-C one. I am wondering if...
I've been considering the T6s, the 80D, and the 7D II for shots of birds in flight. Obviously the latter two are better, but I'm wondering if anyone is using the T6i or s for such. I've used my 100-400 with a 20D so I have a little experience. Here's an old shot with that combo. --Dave
Back in the film days we horticultural photographers always had trouble with blue flowers that reflected infra-red light. They looked purple on film, not blue, and there was no easy way to correct that. Come the digital age and all that changed. The colors recorded correctly as we humans see them. recently though, I switched from the Sony NEX-7 to the Fuji X-T2 and while I'm happy with just about everything with the camera, the dreaded purple-blue is back. I can only assume that's because of...
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