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Canon EOS 350D Digital SLR Camera (18-55mm Lens Kit)
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- DIGIC II processor with 8.0MP sensor
- 3 fps with up to 14 image burst
- E-TTL II flash system
- 7-point autofocus
- Separate RAW/JPEG image recording with DPP RAW image processing software
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Globletrading UK||Acquista Sicuro spediamo da italia||NGA (UK)|
|Display Size||1.8 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||8 megapixels||18||18||24.72 megapixels|
|Has Image Stabilization||Yes||No||No||No|
|Item Dimensions||12.65 x 9.42 x 6.4 cm||7.87 x 7.87 x 7.87 cm||12.9 x 7.76 x 10.13 cm||7.5 x 12.4 x 9.8 cm|
|Item Weight||1.84 kg||440 grams||480 grams||445 grams|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||—||1,200 Watt Hours||1.5 Watt Hours||120 Watt Hours|
|How is the Lithium Battery packaged?||—||batteries_packed_with_equipment||batteries_packed_with_equipment||batteries_packed_with_equipment|
|Max Focal Length||17 mm||55 mm||55 mm||55|
|Min Focal Length||—||18 mm||18 mm||18|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||8 megapixels||18.7 megapixels||18 megapixels||24.72 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||CompactFlash||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card|
|Special Feature||—||Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||—||3D|
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Before shooting, choose to optimise JPEG images either for direct printing or post processing. For ultimate flexibility, JPEG and RAW images write simultaneously. Canon's Digital Photo Professional RAW image processing software gives you post-shoot control over valuable RAW images. A USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface ensures rapid image uploads and fast direct printing. Once connected direct to any PictBridge compatible printer, simply hit the 'Direct Print' button for an instant print of the displayed image; auto
Quality; The EOS 350D Digital employs Canon's acclaimed CMOS technology, for outstanding image quality and an impressive 8.0 Megapixel resolution. Now you can always be primed for the next shot thanks to the responsive 3 frame per second, 14 frame burst performance and instant 0.2 second start up time. Powerful DIGIC II architecture taken from Canon's pro-series cameras ensures no compromise on style, sophistication, capabilities and super-fast image processing.
1.8" colour display, 115,000 pixels
Focus; 7 auto focus points are distributed across the frame for fast, accurate focusing, even with off-centre subjects. Lock focus before the shot with One Shot AF, or switch to AI Servo AF for predictive tracking of moving subjects a must-have for avid wildlife and sports enthusiasts!
Perfect light; The powerful pop-up flash (guide no. 13) offers plenty of lighting flexibility. E-TTL II distance-linked flash reads lens distance information and provides ambient light for accurate flash metering - perfect for recomposed shots and difficult reflections. The camera is compatible with the entire EX Speedlite flash range, including the Speedlite 580EX, which transmits colour temperature information for improved colour stability.
Lenses; The EOS 350D Digital is compatible with more than 60 Canon EF lenses, including Canon's EF-S lenses. Built with the EOS 350D Digital photographer in mind, the EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM and EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM cover an exciting range of popular focal lengths, while the EF-S 60mm f/2.8mm Macro USM lens lends an exhilarating new dimension to the unseen world of insects and plants.
Ultimate flexibility; Before shooting, choose to optimise JPEG images either for direct printing or post processing. For ultimate flexibility, JPEG and RAW images write simultaneously. Canon's Digital Photo Professional RAW image processing software gives you post-shoot control over valuable RAW images.
Connectivity; A USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface ensures rapid image uploads and fast direct printing. Once connected direct to any PictBridge compatible printer, simply hit the 'Direct Print' button for an instant print of the displayed image; automatically sized and correctly aligned&less work for you! The EOS 350D Digital takes both CF and CF-II cards, including cards of over 2GB capacity.
Online sharing; Membership is included to Canon's CANON iMAGE GATEWAY, with 100 Mb of online space for album storing and sharing. Upload images and direct your friends and family to secure online 'albums'.See all Product description
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This is THE DSLR for the consumer, if you're passionate about photography but you're not a professional go for it.
It definitely beats ANY Nikon camera at this price range.
If you are serious about photography, buy this now.
Having used the product myself a few times, I must concur. The 8 megapixel imagery generated is of top quality (obviously your lenses will make a difference) and the feel and comfort factor of the body is excellent. I would suggest that 350D users consider buying the highest possible speed Compact Flash cards to allow the camera to operate to its full potential, and a spare battery is always handy.
A great camera and something that I'm pleased that I bought.
I used it extensively on a trip to Thailand & Cambodia, clearing the CF card each night onto an iPod with Camera Connector (this works very well by the way). Several thousand images later, I have formed my opinion about the camera.
If you are used to compact style digital cameras, the speed will be astonishing. It's as quick as a film SLR and the action shots I got from speeding tuk-tuks (is there any other sort?!) were stunning. I found I could trust the camera to sort it out much better than I could - set to Sport mode and shoot to your heart's content. Who cares if 10% or so are rubbish? Just delete them.
On the other hand I also used full manual controls for some lovely sunsets across Angkor Wat, and I also got some really nice night time traffic shots in Bangkok. Capturing street scenes was easy too.
The controls are really well laid-out. The menu system is simplicity itself; I'm used to Canon digitals so that probably helps, but it really is easy. I didn't bother reading the (quite good) manual to start with and only referred to it for some specifics on exposure modes.
Landscapes are superb but you may wish for a wider angle lens. The other end of the lens is more of a problem though, and this is where Canon has saved money. It's the equivalent of a 28-80mm 35mm lens and that's really not good enough any more. I was eyeing up replacement lenses - ok it's an SLR and you can change the lens but how many people actually will on the consumer-level offerings?
Battery life is great. I needn't have bothered with the extras. A whole day of shooting, several hundred frames, and still going strong. I recharged each night in case but I never had to use a spare battery. It's a shame that Canon didn't opt for AAs though.
It's fast, has an optically excellent lens, has given me several thousand great images, and I loved it. So why don't I have the camera any longer? Well, after the trip abroad I found I didn't use it. Instead I use an old digital Ixus. No, it hasn't got manual control. No, the speed is laughably slow by comparison. And no, the results are nowhere near as good. In the end it is laziness. I couldn't be bothered to have this great big lumpy thing hanging round my neck, when a little snappy thing like the Ixus can lurk in a pocket. So I sold the EOS.
Heartily recommend the camera and it served me really, really well. Three changes I would like: AA batteries; a higher eyepoint viewfinder; and a longer lens. Whatever though, I'd happily do the same procedure again if I went on another fantastic trip!
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