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  • The colours can be a bit too dark compared how they turn out on your computer screen or in print

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      The Canon EOS 30D is an 8.2-megapixel SLR, released in February 2006 and replacing the Canon EOS 20D. It has then been succeeded by the EOS 40D and the EOS 50D, but if you are looking for good used digital SLR the EOS 30D might be just what you want.

      The camera takes pictures up to 8.2-megapixels in raw

      and jpg format. This means you can make prints up to A4 size (20 * 30 cm) without problems, if you have sharp pictures you can make bigger prints too. I have also made A4 prints of heavily cropped picture files. It has many different settings for the resolution so you can get more pictures on one memory ...

      • card if you don’t need big prints.

        The LCD screen is bigger than for its predecessors 10D and 20D, but not as sharp. The colours can be a bit too dark compared how they turn out on your computer screen or in print. The maximum frame rate is 5 frames per second, fast enough for many kinds of

        sports photography.

        All lenses have an angle view crop of 1.6, which means that if you use a 100 mm lens it will work as a 160 mm lens. This means that for wide-angle shots you will need an extreme and probably quite expensive wide-angle lens which is bit annoying, but on the other hand your telephoto lens get even longer.

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