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Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens

Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens
Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
Category : Digital SLR Cameras

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Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens


Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens

The EOS 40D takes mid-range Digital SLRs to exciting heights with enhanced resolution and image quality, faster shooting and processing speeds and better overall functionality than ever before. It combines features like Canon s EOS Integrated Cleaning System, Live View Function, a more powerful DIGIC III Image Processor, plus a 10.1-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 3.0-inch LCD monitor and more.

  • 10.1 megapixels
  • 3 inch LCD
  • 6.5 fps – Digic II processor
  • Pictbridge – EOS Integrated Cleaning System
  • Live View Function – 1.6x lens conversion factor

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  1. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent camera and lens, August 26, 2008
    By 
    bob fox (Pennsylvania USA) –
    This review is from: Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens (Electronics)

    I have had this camera and lens for 9 months. Beautiful photos. Love the “live view” for setting up to take photos with a tripod. Large sensor means excellent low-light capability. Fast start-up time. Extremely fast focusing. Love the ability to take 6 photos per second! Manual controls are wonderful and easy to use. Beautiful display. The EFS 17-85 lens is great (remember to multiply by 1.6 for comparable 35mm focal lengths). Am also using a SanDisk Extreme III CF card. This is a fast card.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best of Both Worlds, February 27, 2009
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    Frank R. Shoemaker Jr. “Frank” (Metro Atlanta USA) –
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    This review is from: Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens (Electronics)

    The combination of the Canon 40D and the 17-85 lens is tremendous. You have your normal lens, an excellent wide angle, and that ‘little extra’ reach with the 85mm range. And with the IS feature, you will always get outstanding shots!
    If considering the 40D and want the perfect ‘walk-around’ lens, this is the combination you want.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I Couldn’t Ask For More, August 14, 2009
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    Scott Spence “Mr. Entertainment” (Kennewick, WA U.S.A.) –
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    This review is from: Canon EOS 40D DSLR with 17-85mm lens (Electronics)

    I purchased the Canon EOS40D approximately 6 months ago with the intention of using it primarily for astrophotography. I wasn’t concerned about the specific lens because astrophotography does not require the use of a lens – the body only. I did think that the wider angle lens (17-85mm) would be fun for non-astrophotography though.

    After in depth reviews and studying the Canon EOS50D, the EOS40D and the Nikon D80, I decided that in terms of features vs price, the Canon EOS40D was the clear winner.

    WOW! Was I right. I have a friend who just bought the Canon EOS50D and after playing with each other’s cameras for a day, he decided that I was correct, the EOS40D offers almost as many features for a lot less money.

    For scenery, portraits, action shots and extreme close-up shooting, this camera is awesome. However, I find that the camera shines brightest when used for astrophotography. I couple the camera to an 8″ SCT telescope on a computerized drive. The first time out was a learning experience – I did everything wrong. Before trying again, I purchased a programmable remote and a 1x to 2.5x, 90 degree viewfinder. The next time I went out things came together. I took stunning photos of the moon to warm up. Then I went to Jupiter and its 4 most visible moons. With a single 10 second exposure and no photo stacking, I could just see a little color in the cloud bands. Again, with a single 10 second exposure, the individual stars of a globular cluster stood out distinctively. I ended that same long night with an excellent photo of the Ring Nebula clearly showing the center hole and its greenish color. I couldn’t have been more pleased.

    The only drawback to this camera is its weight. For astrophotography, I need to adjust the center of balance of my telescope to its extreme limits. For everyday shooting, I regularly need to take photos with one hand (the why is another story) – something that is virtually impossible with the weight of this camera.

    If I were to loose this camera and have twice the value of this camera in cash, I would still buy the Canon EOS40D without any reservations.

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