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User reviews and opinions
|mcenroe||1:31pm on Saturday, October 16th, 2010|
|Huge learning curve if this is your 1st DSLR camera. But the pictures are fantastic and the Video is great also. 18 megapixels","Excellent quality". Able to print images larger than 11x17. Unable to view Raw images in Adobe photoshop CS3, or Photoshop elements 8.|
|Daniel Thio||9:05pm on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|Perfectly 7 AF focusing, compatible Canon EF lens series a super province electricity - - two hour sufficient electricity might photograph five. Of more than 50 compatible Canon EF and the EF-S lens, EOS system is fully compatible with attachment.|
|mmrosie7||7:10am on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|I am a amateur photographer at best and have used this camera now for about 12 months and am very impressed. I am a professional photographer and I use the 300D (digital rebel) as my primary camera. It is a fabulous camera, I truly reccomend it to anyone.|
|dw17||10:55pm on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|Points (Zones): 7 Lens System Mounting: Canon EF-S Lens Construction: 9 group(s) / 11 element(s) Zoom Adjustment: Manual Optical Zoom: 3 x Lens Apertu...|
|zodiacsignsastrology||2:10pm on Monday, July 5th, 2010|
|happy with my camera I come from a family of photographers and have been wanting to learn to use an SLR camera for many years.|
|dan jamieson||9:54pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010|
|I have always used 35mm cameras and wanted to switch over to digital. I need a camera of very good quality. I have owned my Canon Digital Rebel 300 D camera for over two years and while I am happy with the results.|
|Stavroska||5:49pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010|
|Overall photography. Easy to use, Takes grea photos Easy To Use","Fast Shutter Speed","Good Image Quality","High ISO Performance","Large Clear LCD Great Camera! Light and Powerful. Need a good Prime Lens, either 50mm or 35mm /1.4 would do. Easy To Use","Get a good prime lens".|
|Nix||10:08am on Friday, March 26th, 2010|
|Very Happy This product came very quickly and in very good condition. It works well and the sender even included an extra battery and battery charger!... Great Camra! For a simi-pro camra this is the best I have came across. Good photos. canon camera I find the camera easy to use and the manual good reading.The camera is a little bulky to carry but, other than that.|
|PapaNoHair||2:14am on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|The manual that accompanies the camera while showing you the basics of the unit does a poor job of telling you what can be done. This canon digital camera is a great camera for travelling and the pictures are good quality and very nice handy. This is a nice camera, very professional, easy to use. Buy an extra battery pack keep it charged for emergency shots.|
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Canon EOS 300D digital SLR
by Tony Virgo firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who are interested in venturing into astrophotography, you are in luck. There are a huge number of choices currently available for digital imaging to suit almost any budget, with costs varying from as little as $100 all the way up to $10,000. Last year I bought myself a Canon EOS 300D and have been so impressed that I wanted to share some information and results Ive had with this camera. The EOS 300D is a 6.3 megapixel digital SLR. It is available for around $1,400 for the body only, and slightly more with a 18mm to 55mm lens. The camera performs exceptionally well for day-time photography. However, what I was interested in was its ability to take good, low noise, long exposures, which are very helpful for astrophotography. This camera meets these requirements. Whats more, the 300D supports firmware upgrades. This allows you to upgrade the software that is embedded in the camera. Fortunately for me, a Russian enthusiast was able to provide mirror lock up and ISO 3200 with his version of the firmware. Loading this (which is not endorsed by Canon) was very simple and took about four minutes to complete. Other features are gained with this firmware but the two important ones are the mirror lock up and the 3200 ISO. After loading this update it was time to test out the camera. The mirror lock up ensures that images are vibration free and the increased sensitivity allows faint emission nebula to be imaged in as little as 15 seconds with a Canon 50mm 1.8 lens. The resultant images are low in noise given the high ISO. For the long exposures, lower ISO settings can be used, if you wish to reduce the noise even further. One of the nice features of this camera is that the cable release is only $20. For those that like tinkering, you can make your own for about $4. In contrast, a Nikon cable release can cost upwards of $120. The other nice feature is that you can add a battery grip, which takes two of the batteries, doubling the excellent battery life of the camera. When it comes to taking photographs of the night sky, you can use the camera with traditional lenses for wider
views or you can mount the camera to a telescope using a simple adapter to give you higher resolution views. However, you need to be aware that once you go this route, you need to have a very accurate tracking telescope if you are to obtain quality images that are free of star trailing. This is true of any imaging platform, regardless of brand or type. As you can see by the specifications on the next page, the resultant picture is large enough to print out at A3 size without loss of detail. These make for impressive displays. The real advantage comes from the fact that the camera is digital, meaning your on costs are going to be very small compared to film based systems. You can preview your result as soon as the image has been taken. This allows
Left: 15 second exposure of the Milky Way & Eta Carina taken from McLaren Flat. Right: 30 second exposure of Omega Centauri through the 20-inch telescope at Stockport Observatory in Newtonian configuration. Both images taken by Tony Virgo with a Canon EOS 300D and are unprocessed.
The Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of South Australia
you to check focus (this can be tricky at first but you get the hang of it quickly) and the exposure. You are also able to make sure that the tracking is working well and that you are actually imaging what you are trying to target. When your imaging session has finished you can then spend as much or as little time as you want post-processing your results. Nearly all of the resulting images can be improved with image manipulation software by adjusting the curves and levels, or by stacking two or more images together to improve the signal to noise ratio. Most of the images are quite impressive straight out of the camera and would please all beginners. Once you have been doing this for a while, you may want to try and push the boundaries and see how impressive you can make your images. This takes time, not money, as all the software you need to accomplish this comes supplied with the camera or is available to download for free off the Internet. So in summary, I would buy this camera again (although the new model 20D is out, so buy that instead!) and enjoy using it for daytime and nighttime photography. I have four lenses for it, and I also shoot with the camera attached to telescopes. I have owned my camera since July 2004 and have taken over 8000 images with it. They are very impressive for their price and with a little dedication, you will be able to achieve excellent results.
EOS 300D Specifications
Resolution: ISO rating: 30722048 (6.3 megapixels) 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
Now that youve decided go out and purchase a new beaut digital SLR and take up astrophotography, what could be better than complementing it with a brand new scope? The two big brands loved by go-to astronomers have recently made some rather exotic additions to their product ranges targeted at the serious astrophotographer. In early January, Meade announced their new RX400 Ritchey-Crtien series, which aim to eliminate coma and mirror shift issues found in SchmidtCassegrain telescopes. The Swiss army knife of telescopes includes a built-in dew heater, computer-controlled collimation system, preset focus memory for your different eyepieces, cooling fan and USB hub. These are in addition to Meades more humble offerings of a GPS, automated levelling and alignment and periodic error correction. The RX400 is available in four sizes between a 10-inch and 16-inch, costing between US$5,000 and US$16,000 respectively. Perhaps youre looking for something a little larger to compete with the telescopes at Stockport? No worries! The new C20 from Celestron is a 20-inch (1/2 metre) Dall-Kirkham with a focal ratio of f/6.3. However, youll likely need a really fat wallet to afford one.
Shutter speed:1/4000 sec. 30 secs. plus Bulb setting Sensor size: 22.7 x 15.1mm Storage media: CompactFlash (CF) card (Type I or II) File formats: RAW or JPEG Outputs: USB & video (NTSC/PAL) Weight: Approx. 560g For full product specifications, visit http://www.canon.com.au
This article appeared in The Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of South Australia, a 16-page monthly publication received by members. For more information about the Society or The Bulletin, please visit our web site or e-mail us: www.assa.org.au email@example.com
Below: The Celestron C20 in all its glory.
Canon EOS 300D (EOS Digital Rebel) Digital SLR Camera Metering modes
The Canon EOS 300D (EOS Digital Rebel) digital SLR camera uses six different approaches to light metering. These are automatically applied in accordance with (a) the current shooting mode, (b) whether the metering is of ambient or flash illumination (both being involved in a flash shot), (c) whether the metering is done in the regular course of shooting or during a preliminary exposure lock (AEL or FEL), and (d) whether the lens is set to automatic or manual focus (AF or MF). The user has no control over metering mode other than through the choice of these operational alternatives. The assignment of modes is shown in the following table. In the table, the metering modes are indicated as follows; the symbols are my own: Eval-F Eval-C E-TTL Average CWA Partial 35-segment evaluative, selected focus point(s) emphasis 35-segment evaluative, center emphasis  35-segment evaluative through-the-lens flash metering  35-segment uniform average (only applies to flash metering) 35-segment center-weighted average Partial (central cross only measured)
Metering Ambient illumination  Shooting mode All but M M Eval-F Eval-C CWA CWA Flash illumination (if applicable)  Shooting mode All but M M E-TTL Average E-TTL Average
Metering Regular Exposure lock (AEL or FEL)
Focus AF MF
for AEL (available only if no flash enabled) 
for FEL (available only if flash enabled) 
Partial (ambient form) Partial (ambient form)
Partial (flash form) Partial (flash form)
 This differs from the normal Evaluative metering mode (called here Eval-F) in that emphasis is always on an area in the center of the frame rather than on an area around each selected focus point.  The metering pattern for E-TTL is essentially the same as for Evaluative ambient metering (Eval-F), and emphasizes the area around the selected focus point(s).  With a flash enabled, both ambient and flash metering operations are performed.  Exposure lock (AEL or FEL) is only available in Creative Zone shooting modes; metering does not vary by shooting mode. Thanks to Chuck Westfall, Director, Technical Information Department, Canon U.S.A., for the underlying information upon which this table is based. I however take full responsibility for its interpretation and presentation and for any errors in doing so. Douglas A. Kerr
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