Canon EOS 30/33 Reviews
Product Type: Canon cameras
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Customer Canon EOS 30/33 Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/05/01, updated on 16/05/01 (Very useful, 2262 readings)
When looking for a camera, I inevitably crept up the price scale as I desired better and better quality. Now I'm glad that I did! I bought the EOS 30 with a 28-105 USM II lense, a "kit" which I recommend. I would say that this camera is aimed at the advanced hobbyist, and has a comfortable balance of what Canon call "basic mode" and "Creative zone" functions. The basic modes include a fully automiatic point and shoot setting (which you couldn't override even if you wanted to), and various pre-set modes for taking landscapes, portriats, close-ups etc. For the beginner these are simple to use and surprisingly effective. They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/01, updated on 12/05/01 (Very useful, 2089 readings)
Canon released this new model late summer 2000 as a timely sucessor to the EOS50e. It has built on this camera, and now offers faster focusing, faster film transport and is quieter in operation, so quiet you wonder if it's actually taken the picture.. Although this is a semi-pro SLR even a beginner will be able to pick it up and use it. My 14 year old son got to grips with using it within minutes. Yet the camera has many advanced features that you will use once you gain experience and confidence in using it. Very comfortable to use, even for left eye users like myself. The eye control focusing works a treat and means you can control alot of the ... Read the complete review
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