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Canon EOS 30D review at Steves Digicams
Mark Peters : May 6th 2006 - 22:10 CET
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Steve's DigicamsCanon EOS 30D review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Canon EOS 30D digital SLR camera. Top lining the improvements that set the Canon 30D digital SLR apart from its worthy predecessor are; a rugged new shutter fully rated up to 100,000 cycles; a brilliant 2.5 inch, 230,000 pixel LCD monitor (that yields a 92 percent increase in viewing area compared with the EOS 20D model's 1.8 -inch monitor); and a new spot metering capability that covers approximately 3.5 percent of the viewfinder area at the center while maintaining the 20D model's 35-zone metering sensor (raising the Canon EOS 30D digital SLR camera's available metering modes to four).
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According to Steve Digicams: "The 30D's 3504x2336 8.2-megapixel CMOS image sensor is identical to the 20D's. That's plenty of resolution for an enthusiast dSLR, although some Canon loyalists were disappointed that the 30D did not offer higher resolution. One thing they won't be disappointed with, however, is the class-leading image quality at high sensitivity settings that the 30D shares with its predecessor. At ISO settings under 400, the 30D's images are essentially noise-free. Shadow noise becomes detectable at ISO 400, and noticeable at ISO 1600."

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Steve continues: "The 30D's continuous shooting mode also produced impressive performance. I was able to capture between 20 and 43 Large Fine images (depending on image content) at 5fps, with subsequent shots coming at 6/10 second intervals while the camera's buffer remained full. The 30D's ergonomics are very good; the layout of its controls identical to the 20D. It retains the 20D's multi-controller, a small 8-way joy stick that's used to select the AF point, set White Balance correction, move the trimming frame for direct printing, and scroll a magnified image in playback mode." You want to learn more about the Canon EOS digital SLR camera? Continue to read the Canon EOS 30D review at Steve's Digicams!

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