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Thread: Canon EOS 1000D / 450D - 300D

  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Canon EOS 1000D / 450D - 300D

    12.2 MP CMOS sensor
    Improved 9-zone AF system
    Continuous shooting at 3.5fps for up to 53 JPEG (6 RAW)
    Spot metering
    14 bit A/D image processing
    Highlight Tone Priority (feature borrowed from EOS 40D)
    Auto Lighting Optimiser (improves the shadows in the image)
    3.0″ LCD monitor
    Live view mode, suported by contrast-detect AF
    Larger viewfinder
    Redesigned menus (including My Menu as seen in EOS 40D)
    New, larger, higher capacity battery
    SD/SDHC Flash cards
    New battery grip (BG-E5)


    "The digital SLR market is fiercely competitive, with the biggest sales and fattest profits in the hotly-contested consumer/entry-level area. Up until very recently Canon, the first company to break the sub-1,000 barrier with its popular EOS 300D model in 2003, had a commanding lead in DSLR sales with a market share approaching 50 percent, following up the success of the 300D with the EOS 350D and 400D. However holding on to a lead in such a fast-moving game is as much about marketing and strategy as about making quality products, and over the past year Canon has seen its lead eaten away by its main rivals Pentax, Olympus, Sony and especially Nikon. It's not so much that the rivals are making better cameras than Canon, but more that they are offering the right products at the right prices."



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    Wow, it is so very good

  3. #3
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    my bf him had 500d so nice

  4. #4
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    good is nice cam

  5. #5
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    I have the 1000D and it's very good cam

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