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Canon EOS 30D
Mark Peters : February 21th 2006 - 10:46 CETupdated
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CanonCanon EOS 30D digital SLR : Canon today released the Canon EOS 30D. The EOS 30D features the same 8,19 megapixel CMOS image sensor, multi-layer low-pass optical filter and DIGIC II processing as its predecessor the EOS 20D. Thanks to a nice rework of the way pictures get transferred from the sensor to the CompactFlash card, the burst depth has been increased to 11 for RAW CR2, 30 for large fine JPEG’s and 9 for RAW and JPEG. Furthermore, the new Canon 30D SLR camera features a bright 2.5-inch rear LCD display and a unique Picture Style menu. The ISO sensitivity of the Canon EOS 30D ranges from 100 to 1600. The Canon EOS 30D will start shipping in March 2006, at an expected manufacturer’s retail price of US $ 1.399.
Canon EOS 30DCanon EOS 30D - Picture Style menu
Also used in the EOS 5D, the EOS 30D features a flexible Picture Style menu. Picture Style menu brings the controls for Sharpness, Color Saturation, Color Tone and Constrast into one place. Each option can be adjusted in 9 increments - except for Sharpness, which can be adjusted in 8 increments. Furthermore, the Picture Style menu presets six Picture Styles; Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful and Monochrome.

Canon EOS 30D features
- 8.19 megapixels CMOS image sensor
- 2.5-inch LCD display
- 0.15 second start up time
- ISO 100-1600
- Picture Style menu
- Increased burst depth
- More durable shutter
- Automatic long exposure noise reduction
- Three ambient metering modes: Evaluative, Center-Weighted and 9% Partial
- Improved power management - up to 9999 frames per folder.

* More information about this new Canon Digital SLR, and other new Canon cameras will follow as soon as more details are available...

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