|Canon EOS 10D 6.3MP Digital SLR Camera Body +Battery+Card-NO Charger|
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|Created for those who want to understand photography, the Canon EOS 6.3 MP camera is a personal body only that is professional. Remain ready to snap photos using rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries featured on this Canon EOS 10D. Cropping and enlarging won't result in pixelated pictures if you get a camera with more megapixels. The 6.3 MP image sensor on this Canon EOS digital SLR camera enables you to make 8x11 inch prints of the moments of your life and share them with family and friends. Since the Canon EOS 6.3 MP camera has a 1.8-inch LCD monitor, you can review photos with ease. With its black body, this Canon EOS 10D is a classy device for taking pictures. This Canon EOS digital SLR camera features a flash memory slot enabling you to extend the number of pictures stored in the camera. Excellent picture quality and superb performance are yours with the Canon EOS 6.3 MP camera. This Canon EOS 10D includes only the body and no lens. Picking the interchangeable lens or lenses based on your expanding photography needs and budget is one upside to getting the camera body on its own.|
|UPC||013803023787, 075084581133, 0750845811339, 405411666744, 750845811339, 8714574914183, 8714574914190|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Sensor Resolution||6.3 MP|
|Sensor Size||15.1 x 22.7mm|
|Lens For SD||Body Only|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus|
|Auto Focus type||TTL phase detection|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/4000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||30 sec|
|Exposure compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/2 or 1/3 EV steps|
|Exposure Range||EV 1-20 ( ISO 100 )|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, Evaluative, partial (9%)|
|Exposure Modes||Aperture-Priority, Automatic, Bulb, Depth-Of-Field, E-TTL Program Flash, Manual, Program, Shutter-Priority|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100, ISO 1600, ISO 200, ISO 3200, ISO 400, ISO 800|
|Light Sensitivity Max||3200|
|Flash Type||Pop-up Flash|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||4 m|
|Camera Flash Features||AF Illuminator, Auto Flash, Fill-in Flash, Flash +/- Compensation, Flash Off, Ratio Control, Red-eye Reduction Flash, Slow Sync|
|Flash Modes||Auto Mode, E-TTL, FP Flash (high-speed synchro), Red-eye Reduction|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash Card Type I, CompactFlash I, CompactFlash II|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical, Optical (Through-the-lens)|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Fixed eye-level pentaprism|
|Viewfinder - Field Coverage||95%|
|Dioptric Correction Range||-3 to +1|
|Screen Details||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color|
|Connector Types||1 x USB, 1 x composite video output, 1 x remote control|
|Expansion Slot||1 x CompactFlash Card - type I/II|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Supported||Apple Mac OS 9, Apple Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98SE, Microsoft Windows ME, Microsoft Windows XP|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer specific|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, RAW, Raw Image|
|Min Operating Temperature||0 °C|
|Max Operating Temperature||40 °C|
|Additional Features||AE/FE Lock, Auto Power Save, Backlight Compensation, Brightness Control, Date/Time Stamp, Depth-Of-Field Preview Button, Digital Image Rotation, Direct Print, Interchangeable Lenses, PictBridge Support, RGB Primary Color Filter, USB, With Tripod Mount|
|Shooting Programs||Close-up, Landscape, Macro, Night portrait, Portrait mode, Sports mode|
|White Balance||Auto, Manual|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||3 frames per second|
Great value for a digital SLR; broad, flexible feature set; excellent performance; very low image noise.
Idiosyncratic metering; hard to get tack-sharp images; no spot metering; RAW utility doesn't pass EXIF information to extracted JPEG files.
Though not without its quirks, the 10D is a great candidate for a first digital SLR.
Average review score based on 41 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
EOS 10D was our first DSLR camera. Worked great back then, and is still working fine. It will serve perfectly well as an entry to the Canon series digital machine world, a hobby photographer, or someone with no extra needs on image size, like printing.
The camera creates 6 Megapixel images, that are good even for A4 size printing. It is designed in such way that photos taken are slightly softer than our expectations were, and it is not based on lens used (although it helps a lot). The ISO is also it's best for the image if used at 100 or 200. ISO 400 will give you somewhat more pixelated images, but still good.
Also, if you are into sports, and you really need some speed on the consecutive shoots, you might consider another from the Canon's series. But if you can keep it still, and wait out the perfect moment, that 3fps up to 9 frames is right enough to catch the action, if you have a fast card.
Since it's LCD view is small, you will eventually see most of your image crystal sharp and ready-to.print, but you will need to re-assure yourself by looking at them on your PC as well, as it can turn out some images will not be exactly as seen on the view.
But considering that any good photographer should not be a trigger happy person that will take 100 images to have only one right - you will also build consciousness in this filed, what and how to photo, thus paying attention to the setting, focus, and final image.
Only metering mode missing is Spot, but the camera is more than usable without it as well.
Basically I used a few applications to enhance the colours, sharpness and - when needed - to create a more smooth image, when grain was not welcome.
Not to mention that had several fashion, portfoio building and wedding sessions shoot with 10D and after some basic retouching, all customers were 100% satisfied with it. Thus I say it is more than a welcome to posess one.
We now purchased a 60D, but I made an oath, that 10D will be kept and maintained as long as parts can be found for it - and used from time to time - so worth considering it for any previously stated reasons.
This chamber very much approaches for beginners in a photo art. On a private experience I know - an ideal variant, покрайней to a measure, personally to me has very much helped. I used it for work in the newspaper, at the very beginning of career growth. The chamber very much even is good. That the menu simple enough, but there and then a minus - it only in English is important for the beginner, and I in this language am not strong. It was not pleasant to me: very long time interval has time to pass between pressing of the trigger button before shutter operation. And still a minus that at an auto focus only five points and they долговато are directed on necessary обьект, in репортиажной to filming. Thus the trigger button strongly "brakes". That yet it was not pleasant to me in this моделе - in it at all is absent батарейный the block. Why its corporation "NIKON" simply hasn't developed that. Heard that there is what that the Chinese block, but it without the trigger button on a chamber vertical. Range ISO is developed only for fans, excuse, but this my opinion. As for landscape and studio filming, this фотик is very even not bad, and to use this chamber for sports - I do not advise. Simply at speed in three shots for a second, расчитывать on good filming in movement it is not necessary. But, for this purpose who wants to buy the chamber for аматорской filming, a wonderful variant. Though, I will notice that апарат already out-of-date model, it is possible to find very poorly more expensively, but already with поновее functions.
I purchased this as my entry into DSLR from point and shoot. I chose it due to the positive reviews on Dpreview.com, here and elsewhere. Older things are sometimes better made than newer things and this holds true for this camera. Although "only 6.3 mexapixel", I had decided that quick focus and lack of shutter delay was more important to me than higher pixels and a lesser build quality. The magnesium alloy construction makes the camera feel solid. It quickly shoots images of fast moving small children. I "caught images" of them never before seen, and they are 16 months old. Fun fun. I would definitely recommend picking up a vertical battery grip as it stabilizes the heavy camera. Also, get a delkin card reader which whips your images right onto your hard drive. I picked up a new Canon 50 mm 1.8 II lens and a used 28-105 3.5-4.5 (original 5 blade aperture version). Very happy with the 50 mm 1.8 on this camera and still learning to use the zoom. You will be WAY BETTER OFF buying this used camera and building a little package of your own, than picking up a newer plastic version with a junkie kit lens. Also, go with a generic charger (I chose synergy) because they are $20 whereas Canon is $50 and the $20 works just fine. If you have the grip you will be charging two batteries, back to back, which will definitely take at least five hours, but big deal. Do it overnight. I have not "needed" an external flash, but I plan to purchase one to elevate indoor shooting and I have been told Metz, for $240, is the way to go.
Only problem is, this is addictive, and I'll probably upgrade to a 60D when I can afford it! Meanwhile, the kiddos look great!!!
The Canon 10D was my first digital SLR. I have always had A soft spot for it. Not only because it was my first but also because it takes great pictures. When you hold the 10D in your hand it feels very rugged and strong. There A perfect choice for someone who wants to seriously get into photography and not spend a ridiculous amount of money. I am writing this on 11/20/2010 and both my 10D's work great and are 10 or more years old. Alot of people decide they want to try photography and spend over $1000.00 and the camera ends up in the bag getting hardly any use at all. Or the person loses interest completely and ends up selling the camera and losing alot of what they paid. The Canon 10D is the perfect entry level DSLR. They last and take great pictures. Try not to get caught up in the Megapixel game because 5 to 10 megapixels is all A hobbyist photographer really needs. 5 to 10 megapixels print beautiful 8"by 10" prints and I have printed many beautiful prints with my Canon 10D. Remember your gonna also need to buy lenses and lenses are very important for DSLR camera's. My advise to someone starting out would be a Canon 50mm. There about $100 new or A 18-55mm for a little more to start out with.Lenses do get expensive so shop around here on Ebay. Sigma lenses for Canon DSLR's are excellent lenses and nicely priced as well. I hope this helped you.**GOOD LUCK**
I purchased the Canon EOS 10D DSLR as my entry into digital photography. Previously I had been shooting with a Canon EOS 3 Film SLR. There isn't a direct comparison between the models as the EOS 3 is more a pro level camera than the 10D, this is evident in the 10Ds inclusion of an on-board flash. The shooting speed is adequate for most of my purposes, although I'm going to avoid sports photography with it as the 3 frames a second is just a bit too long between frames for me for that purpose. Although it may be anecdotal, the on-board flash sensors in the hot-shoe have a tendency to get stuck after removing an external flash from the hot-shoe, although easily remedied I would take it into account as it happened to me several times so far.
The camera performs admirably and image quality is top-notch. It accepts most of my lenses from my film days and the ones that don't work can be chipped by the manufacturer to update them for compatibility. My main complaint about the camera is the on-board flash. If it's not the sensor then it is projecting shadows from my larger lenses into the frame.
Bring an external flash