Monday, August 25, 2003

Canon EOS Digital Rebel
Another new digital camera from Canon. This one isn't exactly as consumer-level as the PowerShot A80, but their new 6.3 megapixel digital SLR camera, the EOS Digital Rebel (known as the EOS 300D everywhere else) is noteworthy for other reasons. It's basically a stripped down, inexpensive version of Canon's EOS 10D that's compatible with Canon's well-regarded line of autofocus EF lenses. At just $900 for the body (lenses are extra), this is just about the least costly digital SLR we've ever seen.
Making a purchase decision for a new camera is just as tough as making a decision on a new computer.

The technology changes so fast, as soon as you make a decision, something new comes out.

The Canon S400 looked good, until they came out with the SD100.
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