Canon EOS 30D

Announced Feb 21, 2006 •
8 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi. I have an older canon 30d .  The exposure is locked at 1stop under.  I have looked in the manual and followed the directions, but it does not work. Can anyone suggest something that I missed or can give me some advise.  Thank you.
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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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Hi All, Need help, travelling to Japan from mid march to start of April with the family, what places would be good to put in the itenery that would keep the 2 yr old and other half happy but also allow me to take some lanscapes and city scapes? Also i am going through lenses for my Fuji X-pro 1 and trying to figure out what i should buy and i am confused as i want everything but obviously budget does not stretch, i dont care what type of photography i do however after having moved to Fuji...
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Hello all, I've been struggling to find a workaround after my old XP pro laptop (which I used to tether my DSLRs) died. I bought a refurbished laptop running Win 7 Pro to replace it, but after further struggles trying to get my cameras (1Ds MkII, and 1D MkIIn) to tether/connect with "virtual XP" I've given up on that route and am instead considering gong down the EyeFi (or similar) route. Basically I need to be able to take an image/RAW, send it to my laptop, zoom in to check focus, and then...
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I've owned an EOS 30D for a very long time and want to upgrade. I primarily shoot when I'm on vacation. I often find myself in dark churches and other historic buildings, so low light performance is something I'm looking for. I definitely do not need a high FPS because it's rare I photograph anything moving. That's why I ruled out the 7D Mark II. I've narrowed it down to the 6D or 70D. Is this the right 2 cameras to be considering?  I like the 6D because it's full frame and great for low...
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Hi! I'm quite interested in buying a used Canon 20D or 30D, leaning towards a 30D right now. I own a few Canon Rebels and one Nikon D3200, but over time the small buffers really caused problems in my photography. I shoot rocket launches so I really need a camera with a buffer that doesn't fill in RAW. I know the 30D has the two different speeds, I believe one at 3 fps and another at 6 fps, so I was wondering in your experience how fast have these buffers filled up. I assume after 11 or so...
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I stil posses several Minolta MD lenses. Anyone an idea how to use them on my canon 30D? There seem to be several adapters but I would like to have a tip from someone who has solved the problem. Thanks a lot.
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i was wondering if anyone has experience with one/both of these lenses with the m3.  i already have the ef adapter so the cost of that is not a concern.  i recently got the m3 after years of using my 30d. my biggest concern is focusing speed at this point.  i have noticed that the af on the m3 is much slower and doesn't always focus properly especially in lower light/up close even compared to my much older 30d.  i know some have attributed this to using ef/efs lenses compared to the efm...
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Option A: new NX1 + 16-50S + grip + extra battery for 2100 Eur? Option B: new 70D + EF-S 17-55 + grip + extra battery for 1720 eur. About me: I just had my trusty 30D (this should tell you something about how long I keep my cameras) + 17-55 + flash stolen in Amsterdam two weeks ago and would like something to replace it and my (not stolen) video camera (Canon HF-S100) . I want to get something that will last me a while (say 6-8 years or more if it does not break) and am not overly worried...
By: Abbyfk (10 months ago)
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I have an indoor event i will be taking photos at. It is in a banquet hall and there will be low lights there. I will also be taking family portraits for them. I am wondering if I should rent some studio lighting or just use my speedlight with my Gary Fong flash diffuser? If I rent studio light what would be best or if I just use what I already have what would be the best setting for my camera and speedlight? I have a canon 30D.
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