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  • Leftseat86
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    If I had had the cash I would have taken an E-1.

    -CLovis

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  • b777
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    Originally posted by cja
    There is nothing wrong with the 300D but there are alternatives!
    The Olympus E-1 didn't get as good a recommendation as the 300D or 10D at dpreview. It may have a few revolutionary features but isn't really worth the extra $$$. The Nikon D70 is a better alternative to the 300D.

    Btw, you don't need L glass to get quality pictures from a Canon.

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  • cja
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    There is nothing wrong with the 300D but there are alternatives!

    Consider this before you buy and bear in mind that it is the first DSLR designed as a DSLR from the ground up. This means it has lots of advantages over the canon / Nikon/ which all use 35mm lenses, ie lenes that weren't designed for digital sensors. So, smaller lenses, same quality as L glass, much lower price.


    For more details go to http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/olympuse1/
    ..It has disadvantages too like the rest but there is no perfect solution.

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  • NOTAR520AC
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    Wow! Ok.... Do any of you have complaints about the 300D?

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  • Airbus_A320
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    Originally posted by GrantT
    How about more fast paced stuff such as airshow photography? I heard the 300D is a really under performer with this type of photography whereas the 10D has no problems.
    WRONG!

    [photoid=309105]
    [photoid=309102]
    [photoid=309097]
    [photoid=309095]

    I have more airshow stuff at a.net

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  • Crazy764
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    Originally posted by NOTAR520AC
    OK- got it. How fast is the autofocus on the 300D?
    Very.

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  • NOTAR520AC
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    OK- got it. How fast is the autofocus on the 300D?

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  • b777
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    Originally posted by Spotter
    Originally posted by b777
    Originally posted by NOTAR520AC
    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    4 frame buffer...lol....4 frame buffer....

    -Clovis
    Wazzat?

    Thanks for the pics Simpleboy.
    Just means when you shoot continous frames, you are limited to four shots...then you have to wait for the buffer to clear.
    Incorrect, the buffer can hold 4 shots, but after one has cleared you can shoot another pic, so you don't have to wait for them all
    Ok, I stand corrected...I thought the buffer had to clear all four for you to take the next shot. The 300D's small buffer shouldn't be a problem if you don't plan to shoot many frames in a short period of time.

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  • Spotter
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    Originally posted by b777
    Originally posted by NOTAR520AC
    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    4 frame buffer...lol....4 frame buffer....

    -Clovis
    Wazzat?

    Thanks for the pics Simpleboy.
    Just means when you shoot continous frames, you are limited to four shots...then you have to wait for the buffer to clear.
    Incorrect, the buffer can hold 4 shots, but after one has cleared you can shoot another pic, so you don't have to wait for them all

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  • Simpleboy
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    Here are some more pics, taken much more recently, (same guy though), which will give you a much better feel for teh quality it can get.

    [photoid=315784]
    [photoid=320932]
    [photoid=315858]
    [photoid=320402]
    [photoid=313016]
    [photoid=303387]

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  • b777
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    Originally posted by NOTAR520AC
    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    4 frame buffer...lol....4 frame buffer....

    -Clovis
    Wazzat?

    Thanks for the pics Simpleboy.
    Just means when you shoot continous frames, you are limited to four shots...then you have to wait for the buffer to clear.

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  • NOTAR520AC
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    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    4 frame buffer...lol....4 frame buffer....

    -Clovis
    Wazzat?

    Thanks for the pics Simpleboy.

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  • Rash
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    Originally posted by egll
    Get the 300D, I have both but there is very little that the 10D does that the 300D can't do as far as aviation photography goes.

    Matt
    Can you give a better comparison? I like to hear more from someone who has real experience rather than reading evals. What lenses are you using? Do you have any side by side action shots?

    Thanks,
    Rob

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  • b777
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    Originally posted by Simpleboy
    I always thought they used the same sensor too.
    Me too...what's different about it...is it the manufacturing proccess, the materials used or both? Anyways, there seems to be no change in image quality compared to 10D.

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  • Simpleboy
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    I always thought they used the same sensor too.

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