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Canon EOS 350D Review
Digital camera review overview
Canon EOS 350D Introduction
Canon EOS 350D Camera
Canon EOS 350D Control
Canon EOS 350D Adjustments
Canon EOS 350D Storage and Energy
Canon EOS 350D Conclusion

Canon EOS 350D Conclusion

Canon EOS 350D - Comparison with other EOS cameras
Canon made a break-through on the market when introducing the EOS 300D and the cameras were sold like hotcakes. Still there were some critical sounds. The body was considered to be too artificial, and too many functions were disabled. The Canon EOS 350D makes up for it all. It is a particularly mature camera, which lies comfortably in your hand and which features an impressive processing speed. The image quality is superb, like we've seen on the Canon EOS 20D. Fine colours, little noise and excellent brightness. The Canon EOS 350D has got so much more to offer. It is not just a stripped down EOS 20D. The two models are well-matched in many ways. The difference is mainly found in the construction of the camera. The EOS 350D is built a tiny bit less solid, without diminishing the quality of it. Also the organisation and the functions show that the Canon EOS 350D is aiming for the average consumer as target group.

Canon EOS 350D - High sales
The light weight and the compact size of the camera will have appealed to a large part of future owners and will be considered positively in deciding to make the step to purchasing the Canon EOS 350D. The ergonomics of the camera leave behind a pleasant experience and will be enjoyed by the beginning photographer and the professional who wants to use a high-quality second body. The EOS 300D was the first SLR that sold like hotcakes, but from reliable sources we gathered that the Canon EOS 350D is selling even better. This digital SLR camera finds itself right in the spot light and it may be clear that Canon's position on the market on the field of digital SLR cameras will not suffer with the introduction of this new Canon flagship.

Canon EOS 350D - DIGIC II
The Canon EOS 350D overall quality is excellent. Especially the application of the DIGIC II processor gives the camera indeed a surplus-value. This processor is used by Canon on a broad range and it certainly pays off. The Canon 350D's responses under various circumstances are incredibly impressive. Action, portrait, indoors and outdoors images, snapshots or precise macro images, the Canon EOS 350D is a versatile camera with easy access and captures all these images effortlessly.

Canon EOS 350D - Top product
The main competitor of course is the D70s from Nikon and the differences between the two cameras are small. It is a neck-and-neck race. Anyhow, if you purchase the Canon EOS 350D you will be the proud owner of a top product. A camera to enjoy to the fullest. The camera is easy to carry around, works incredibly speedy and produces marvellous images. And all of this for less money than its predecessor. The real fun starts from now on!

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Canon EOS 350DFlash Memory

Canon EOS 350D Flash Memory

Canon EOS 350D - SanDisk CompactFlash memory card
The CompactFlash memory card has conquered a considerable market share for many years now. Once brought on the market by SanDisk when storage capacities of 64MB seemed to be an outrages and out of reach capacity for most consumers, we now find an assortment of CompactFlash memory cards with 8GB as a realistic storage capacity. The last few years room was created for a few new lines of CompactFlash cards besides the standard CompactFlash memory cards. The Ultra II memory card is one of the examples of a faster card with an ultra high write and read processing speed.

Concerning 1GB storage capacity:
Resolution 3456x2304 pixels - RAW + JPEG - 82 images
Resolution 3456x2304 pixels - RAW - 116 images - 8.3MB
Resolution 3456x2304 pixels - Fine - 290 images - 3.3MB
Resolution 3456x2304 pixels - Normal - 558 images - 1.7MB
Resolution 2496x1164 pixels - Fine - 490 images - 2.0MB
Resolution 2496x1164 pixels - Normal - 932 images - 1.0MB
Resolution 1728x1152 pixels - Fine - 838 images - 1.2MB
Resolution 1728x1152 pixels - Normal - 1580 images - 0.6MB


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