Canon EOS-D30 Specifications
|Price||US: US$2,990 - body only, exc. taxes
Europe: €2,800 - body only, exc. taxes
|Production numbers||8,000 per month|
|Format||Digital SLR (EOS series)|
|Imager / Sensor
|Imager||Canon CMOS Sensor|
|Imager effective pixels||2,160 x 1,440 (3.11 million)|
|Imager total pixels||2,226 x 1,460 (3.25 million)|
|Imager size||22.0 x 14.9 mm|
|Imager output||12-bits per pixel|
|Imager filter||Primary (GRGB) colour filter array, non-removable low-pass filter|
|ISO speed range||Equiv. to ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600|
|Lens compatilibity||Canon EF lenses|
|Focal length multiplier||1.6 x|
|Auto Focus||Multi-BASIS TTL|
|Focus points||3 point (auto or manually selectable)|
|Focus point selection||1. Automatic selection
2. Manual 1 point selection
|Focus modes||1. One-shot AF: shutter can only
be released once focus made
2. AI servo AF: tracks subject movement until start of metering, includes predicitive focusing, shutter can be released at any time regardless of focus (predictive drive has priority in continuous shooting) indicator blinks if focus fails.
3. AI focus AF: automatically switches between One-shot AF and AI servo AF.
4. Manual focus
|AF-assist light||Built-in AF-assist light, used automatically when required (can be disabled through custom settings). Range: 3.8m (12.5ft)|
|Metering / White
|Metering||1. Evaluative metering (35 area)
2. Center partial - spot (9.5% of viewable area)
3. Center-weighted average
|Metering range||2 EV to 20 EV (at room temperature with 50mm F1.4 lens at ISO 100)|
1. Program AE (flexible program)
|Exposure compensation||1. Manual: +/- 2 EV in 1/2 EV or
1/3 EV steps
2. AEB (bracketing): +/- 2 EV in 1/2 EV or 1/3 EV steps
|AE Lock||1. Auto AE lock
2. Manual AE lock button
|White balance||Auto, 5 manual presets with fine tuning and manual white balance preset from previously shot image (white target).|
|Storage media||CompactFlash Type I or II (Microdrive compatible)|
|Image sizes||2,160 x 1,440
1,440 x 960
|Images on a 16MB CF||
Large / Fine ~12
|Recording formats||JPEG (Fine / Normal)
CCD RAW (12-bits per pixel - about 4 MB per image)
|Internal memory buffer||32MB (MegaBytes)|
|LCD / Viewfinder
|LCD||1.8" TFT, approx 114,000 pixels. 2 levels of brightness control|
|LCD usage||Review only (no live image preview)|
|Viewfinder||Eye-level with pentaprism|
|Viewfinder diopter||-3 to +1 adjustment|
|Viewfinder coverage||95% vertical and horizontal (0.88 x magnification)|
|Viewfinder information||Shutter Speed, Aperture Value, FEL indicator, AF/FE lock, focus point indicator, AF exposure compensation, flash exposure compensation, AEB level, elapsed time of red-eye reduction lamp, flash ready, high-speed sync, AF/MF indiciator|
|Depth-of-field preview||Single button press for preview (viewfinder)|
|Exposure / Shooting
|Shutter||Vertical travel focal-plane shutter with all speeds controlled electronically|
|Shutter speed range||30 sec to 1/4000 sec & BULB.
X-sync at 1/200 sec
|Mirror||Quick-return half mirror (mirror blackout: none up to EF 600mm F4L IS USM lens)|
|Self-timer||Electronic, 10 second delay|
|Drive modes||1. Single shot
2. Continuous (approx 3 fps maximum of 8 images - Large/Fine, 17 images - Large/Normal)
|Internal Flash||Retractable E-TTL auto flash & pop-up flash, Guide 12/39 (at ISO 100 m/ft). Flash cycle time: approx 3 seconds, field coverage: up to 18mm. Flash output compensation: +/- 2 EV in 1/2 EV or 1/3 EV steps|
|Red-eye reduction||Built-in illumination type reduction|
|External flash||Compatible with E-TTL auto sync|
|Flash metering||Supports E-TTL, FEL and FP flash (high-speed synchro) with built-in flash and EX-series Speedlites|
|Playback modes||1. Single image
2. Index (thumbnails)
3. Enlarged (1 zoom level)
4. Auto playback
|Playback erase||1. Single image
2. All (except protected images)
|Battery / Power
|Battery||Canon BP-511 7.4V 1100mAh Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery|
|Battery charge time||90 minutes (on supplied CA-PS400 charger)|
|Backup battery||CR2025 Lithium button battery|
|Remote control jack||N3 type|
(PC & Mac)
|Video out||NTSC / PAL|
|Dimensions||149.5 x 106.5 x 75 mm (5.89 x 4.19 x 3.0 ")|
|Weight||750 g (1.65 lb) (excluding battery pack, CF and backup battery)|
|Operating temperature||0oC to 40oC (32oF to 104oF)|
|Operating humidity||85% or lower|
|Hot Air Balloons Over Bagan by User9320321874|
|Blue mood by darub|
from Fixed lens shootout.
|Yellow Warbler by LeeS|
from A Big Year - birds
|Waiting for the Parade by tcoker1103|
from - La Vida Loca - (Black and White Street Photography+ A Border)
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