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Canon 20D + lens £405.00 refurb

£405.00 @ Ebuyer
first the d30 the d60, 10d and the great 8.2mp 20D great camera well worth the money 8 left Read More
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1d, 6m agoFound 1 decade, 6 months ago
first the d30
the d60, 10d and the great 8.2mp 20D
great camera well worth the money
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Quick description for anyone considering this for convenience.
The EOS 20D is the semi-professional digital SLR to deliver all the speed, precision and flexibility synonymous with high-end film SLR cameras - plus a whole lot more. Features[LIST]
[*]8.2 MP
[*]5 fps with up to 23 frame burst
[*]9-point AF
[*]E-TTL II distance-linked flash
[*]USB 2.0 Hi-Speed/Video Out
[*]Magnesium alloy body
[*]Compatible with Canon EF/EF-S lenses and EX Speedlite flashes
[*]DPP RAW processing software
[*]PictBridge compatible[/LIST]Balance. Poise. Precision.
Quality A rugged magnesium alloy body provides the first clue that the EOS 20D is no ordinary camera. Canon's award-winning CMOS technology delivers outstanding image quality and 8.2 Megapixel resolution. The DIGIC II architecture drives blistering 5fps continuous shooting with a maximum burst of 23 frame JPEG images, class-leading colour rendition accuracy, quick start-up times and rapid display and zooming of images during in-camera review. JPEG and RAW files write simultaneously with no loss of performance.
Focus 9 auto focus points are carefully distributed across a wide area of the frame for fast, accurate focusing, even with off-centre subjects and particularly with 'rule-of-thirds' compositions.
Distance-linked flash The E-TTL distance-linked flash algorithm takes factors such as lens distance information and ambient light readings into account for accurate flash metering, even in circumstances such as recomposed shots, or where high or low reflective objects appear in the frame. The camera is compatible with the entire EX-series Speedlite flash range. This includes the 580EX, which transmits colour temperature information for improved colour stability and auto zooms to match the camera's APS-C sensor size.
Lens mount The EOS 20D is compatible with more than 60 Canon EF lenses, including Canon's EF-S lenses. Built with the EOS 20D photographer in mind, the EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM and EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM cover popular wide (approx. 16-35mm) and standard (approx. 27-136mm) ranges in the 35mm equivalent.
Full control An extreme high (3200 ISO) setting extends the camera's wide 100-1600 ISO speed range. Both sRGB and Adobe RGB colour spaces are supported. Digital Photo Professional image processing software permits high-speed processing of lossless RAW files.
Connectivity The EOS 20D's USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection enables fast download of images to the computer. PictBridge compliant, the camera supports direct printing to any compatible photo printer. It takes both CF and CF-II cards, including cards of over 2GB capacity.
Online sharing Free membership is included to Canon's online CANON iMAGE GATEWAY*, with 100 Megabytes of free storage space for online album storing and sharing. Users can upload images to the site and direct clients, friends and family to secure online 'albums'.

also with supersaver delivery it's £405.51 so slightly higher than you said.
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i don't know whether to go for this or the Nikon d80!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
good spot mrplay ... seems to be 795 now ...

im333 - at least this makes your decision easier !
i don't know whether to go for this or the Nikon d80!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The 20D is a 2004 camera. Nikon's 80D is a 2006 model.
The Canon EOS 30D might be a better comparison, it replaced the 20D in Feb of this year and is selling for £642 body only or £708 with the 18-55 lens with the current Canon cashback deal.

thanks peterN. i would think the d200 s more of a comparison to the 30d. in which case, many of the features of the d200 are present in the new(er) d80 (lcd size, etc).
this lead me to think the d80 would be the better buy for me.
it's just that this 20d was literally 1/2 price (for a while)!

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