just how good is the eos10D

Discussion in 'Photography' started by HKH, Mar 5, 2005.

  1. HKH

    HKH Guest

    Been trying to justify buying one, but need to know how good it really is,
    anyone used/own one. How's it gonna compare to my eos5 and 50e?
    is £650 a good deal for a refurbed ex display model?
    should i just buy a coolscan?
    questions questions,
    and captain scarlets not on, yet!
     
    HKH, Mar 5, 2005
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  2. I have owned one for over 1 1/2 years and it is still an excellent camera.
    I would take a 10D any day over a slide scanner!
    Its was worth it to me and I paid $1600 for it.
     
    newsgroups at dmcom, Mar 5, 2005
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  3. HKH

    Munk Guest

    I don't know much about how good the 10d is, but I think you might get a
    better deal on ebay, either price wise or maybe a brand new one for the same
    price, You could even consider buying one from American ebay, if its a lot
    cheaper, although beware of import duties and handling fees (usually about
    17.5% + £12)
    j
     
    Munk, Mar 5, 2005
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  4. HKH

    Munk Guest

    Munk, Mar 5, 2005
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  5. HKH

    PhotoBug Guest

    I love mine. I just bought a 20D a couple of months ago as I am doing
    wedding photography now and need a backup camera.
    So, of course the 10D becomes the backup camera. But I loved the 10d so
    much that I felt I was cheating on her when I started using the 20d as my go
    to camera. I miss her! So I am saying it is a great camera, especially
    considering you can get it much cheaper than the $1550 I paid.
     
    PhotoBug, Mar 5, 2005
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  6. HKH

    Whatevah Guest

    the 10D is a great camera, but you can get it for much less than £650 on
    ebay. I just bought one with a battery grip and 70-210 Canon lens for
    close to £416 (actually, $800 USD).

    I've never used the EOS5 before, so I can't really compare... the real
    question is, what do you need it for? If you only shoot occasionally,
    scanning film would be cheaper. If you shoot a lot, though...
     
    Whatevah, Mar 5, 2005
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