- 6.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, 3,072 x 2,048 pixel images
- ISO of 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
- Photo-centric design: touch Shutter button in Play mode and camera returns to Record mode.
- Compatible with all Canon EOS system lenses and accessories, focal length multiplier of 1.6, plus the new EF-S digital-only lens
The EOS 10D was an immensely popular camera, capitalizing on the EOS name with an excellent feature set and sterling performance. The EOS 300D surpassed its predecessor's popularity, offering very similar functionality at a much lower price point. Although there were a few design adjustments (not to mince words, they were deliberate de-featurings) that left more experienced users wanting (such as the inability to select metering and focus modes at will), the EOS 300D is a very capable camera with an excellent feature set. The broad range of exposure control, from pure point & shoot to full manual control should make users of most any experience level feel comfortable. Resolution, color, and tonal range are all very good to excellent, and the newly-introduced 18-55mm EF-S lens that is being offered along with the Digital Rebel is of surprisingly high quality. All in all, a dramatically affordable, true interchangeable-lens digital SLR.
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