Canon EOS 30 V

Community images

Canon EOS 30 V

Analogue Cameras, Camera - SLR - 135mm - with Built-in Flash - with Red Eye Reduction

> Show product information

100% positive

4 reviews from the community

Review of "Canon EOS 30 V"

published 29/10/2005 | Bellboy05
Member since : 29/10/2005
Reviews : 1
Members who trust : 0
About me :
Excellent
Pro see below
Cons see below
helpful
Picture Quality
Range & Quality of Features
Ease of Use
Reliability
Size

"Canon EOS30V DATE"

came upon this camera by accident. I was buying a spare camera for my wife who wants to take up photography. I was using a EOS1V. Then, I decide to shift to all manual. I am current using F3HP + FM3A.
On every weekend, I like to go plane spotting. It is difficult not to use auto-focus camera for this purpose. This camera then become my tool! It has logged more miles than my Nikon now. I am seriously wondering, with the good experience of this 300v, should I purhcase the new EOS30V. I forgot to mention, I hate digital camera.
300V has many good advantages. It is light and ergonomic to hold (I have big hand, even without the battery grip, I still told this camera well) The kit lens, though look cheap and ugly, is actually quite good for general photography. Canon did a good job at packaging this 30v and put a rather futuristic look on the body design. Even after all these years, I still think it looks good. Much better than the 'same mold' look of Nikon. I use this camera with the Tamron 200-400/5.6 Zoom. The other thing I like about the EOS30V is the ease of use. Every features are easy to access. One short fall, under extreme direct light condition, the metering may not give you the right exposure. You need to add some compensation. Lastly, the best advantage for 300V is its lightening fast autofocus speed.
I recommend this camera not just to begineers but all users. This camera represents my best ROI so far.
BTW, if you like manual stuff, go to Nikon. If you like autofocus, MUST go to Canon, Nikon is terrible. I have not figure out who is best for digital, looks like Canon has the lead.


Community evaluation

This review was read 3053 times and was rated at
71% :
> How to understand evaluation of this review
helpful

Comments on this review

  • madcat002 published 11/03/2007
    Congratulations! good work
  • MrWeeble published 02/11/2005
    Hi good first review, a couple of comments, not much info on value for money, at over £300 it would be handly to know what features it gives to make it an advantage over a £150 or even a £50 compact camera. Also with the advantages/disadvantages, this is so they can be seen when looking at a list of reviews the basics of each review can be seen "see below" is not a great help in that scenario. from reading your review, might I suggest you edit this to say (click on the edit review link on the right hand side) Advantages "Great super-fast auto-focus" Disadvantages "Sometime wrong exposure under extreme direct light" otherwise great first review, welcome to ciao :D
  • Did you find this review interesting? Do you have any questions? Sign into your Ciao account to leave the author a comment. Log in

Most popular similar products

Product Information : Canon EOS 30 V

Manufacturer's product description

Analogue Cameras, Camera - SLR - 135mm - with Built-in Flash - with Red Eye Reduction

Product Details

Manufacturer: Canon

EAN: 8714574933740, 8714574935324, 4960999208053

Compact / SLR: SLR

Film Format: 135mm

Built In Flash: with Built-in Flash

Red Eye Reduction: with Red Eye Reduction

Exposure Regulation: Program Reflex, Program-Reflex

Motor: with Motor

Data Back: without Data Back, with Data Back

Water Protection: without Water Protection

DX Coding: Yes, with

Exchangable Lens: without Exchangeable Lens, with Exchangeable Lens

Autofocus: with Autofocus

Automatic Loading (APS): Yes, With Autoload

Lowest Focal Length in mm: 99

Mini Type: no

MPN: 9356A008AA, 9356A001AA

Ciao

Listed on Ciao since: 05/05/2007