A&P Canon EOS 300 Rebel 2000

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  1. 05MCS

    05MCS New Member

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    Has anyone had any experience with this camera? I am looking to buy a new SLR cause mine blows, and I can get this one for $270.00 (Compared to a $620.00 retail).

    Edit: Meh, I was lookin around online and found them for even cheaper than 270, with only a few going over the 500 dollar mark. Stupid eBay seller...:fawk:
     
  2. fade

    fade tie your shoe bitch

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    yes i have one.... actually, are you just talking about rebel 2000? eos 300 is the european version i think. im not totally sure though.

    it's a great camera. it's super light, unlike other bulky/heavy slrs. it could have a lil more features, but i shot so many events with it and its been perfect. the continuous shutter speeds (fps) could be a lil better, but other than that, its great.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. How much did you pay for yours?
     
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    fade tie your shoe bitch

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    well i bought it when it came out..... 400 with body and lens
     
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    MtotheIKEo Air Suspension is ok

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    it is a great starter camera with a lot of room to grow. I used that camera for 2 years before upgrading to a more pro level camera.
     

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