Canon EOS 20D DSLR Camera with EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Lens (OLD MODEL)

February 14, 2016 - Comment

The perfect EOS for advanced-amateurs and professionals alike, the EOS 20D sets new standards in its class. Featuring an all-new 8.2 MP CMOS Sensor, a second generation DIGIC II Image Processor, 5 fps performance for up to 23 consecutive frames and a 0.2 second start-up time, the EOS 20D is designed to capture richly detailed,

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The perfect EOS for advanced-amateurs and professionals alike, the EOS 20D sets new standards in its class. Featuring an all-new 8.2 MP CMOS Sensor, a second generation DIGIC II Image Processor, 5 fps performance for up to 23 consecutive frames and a 0.2 second start-up time, the EOS 20D is designed to capture richly detailed, perfectly exposed images with speed formerly found only in cameras several times the price. Other features include a top shutter speed of 1/8000 sec., flash sync at 1/250, a new high-precision 9-point AF System, a built-in multi-controller for fast focusing point selection and a refined magnesium alloy body, for rugged, go anywhere photography. Compatible with not only Canon’s new EF-S Lenses, but with the entire EOS System of lenses and flashes, the EOS 20D offers lots of creative growth potential. Advanced Viewing and Printing, Powerful Software Compatible with all EF/EF-S Lenses and Many EOS System Accessories Built-in electronic-flash with shoe for optional add-on flashes 1.8 LCD screen and Viewfinder Self Timer Uses CompactFlash memory storage cards for image storage (Type 1 & 2) Canon BP511 rechargeable battery Images transferable to PC Macintosh or PictBridge and Canon-Direct Includes Canon 17-85mm (3x) EF Zoom Lens

Comments

Boris says:

Great camera, but EF-S 17-85 lens is a drawback. Earlier this year I bought this camera as an upgrade to my D-Rebel. Right out of the box I could feel positive differences between two: 

Michael Sandman says:

Still the top of the heap for serious amateurs The 20D has been out for about a year now, and meanwhile Canon and Nikon have issued much less expensive SLRs aimed at the expanding “prosumer” market. But the 20D is still tops — the perfect blend of features, size, weight, and good design for serious amateurs, and probably a good backup for a pro. I’ve had this camera (with the 17-85 mm lens) for nine months and have taken all sorts of shots — landscape, portraits, telephoto, brightly lit scenes and night shots and it feels solid, sturdy…

D. Tuttle says:

What a Pleasure I have gone from the old 640×480 about nine years ago to a 3.1m for the last few years to the Canon 20d now, what a pleasure to shot. The battery life has not been an issue even with over 250 shots, which should be sufficient for most anybody. There is a small learning curve but you would expect this with any new camera. 

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