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Old 07-07-2004, 12:59 PM   #1
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New Digital Rebel (first pics)

Well, I have been trying to decide on a camera for a while now to upgrade my 2.1mp fuji, and I decided on the digital rebel for the versatility of it. Here are a couple of initial pics. I still have no idea how to use it, but it shows potential.
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Old 07-07-2004, 01:01 PM   #2
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here is a full tank shot that turned out pretty good. The color rendition on these is nearly dead on and I did not use any software to adjust them. The camera pretty much tells you if you have a shot or not and you can use a quick dial on your index finger to tune it in. You also have fingertip adjustments to white balance, apature, shutter speed, and color temp so that you don't have to dig through menus to adjust your shots.
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Nice looking shots! Isn't it fun playing with a new camera?
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Yea, I am enjoying it so far. I still feel like I have it set completly wrong LoL.
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Simply breathtaking! What size tank?
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Old 07-07-2004, 01:22 PM   #6
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Thanks, its a 105G tall, but the whole system is between 125 and 135
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very cool how many mp is that camera ?
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Its a 6.3mp SLR
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congrats on your new toy!!! i have been see sawing between that and the d70 keep me posted on your progress with it!!!
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Nice shots, Brisc0!

The digital rebel is essentially identical to my 10D. The only differences between the two are body construction/weight, some firmware options, and about $500. It's a great camera offering lots of versitility. You will not regret getting it!

What lens were you using? Did you get the package 18-55 EF-S lens? To be honest, I wasn't too impressed with that lens in the store - I just didn't like the manual focus system. I have the 28 - 135 IS lens - I use it for about 75% of my shots including macro and snapshots with flash - a great lens, IMHO.
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