wat do u mean? no price drop on D30 or D60?Originally posted by denizenx
accessory compat with D30... sigh meaning no price drop
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 15:51:20 +0000
F rom: Robert Scott <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: EOS D60 confirmed, apparently
>For me, I just purchased a D30 for about $1700. Since the camera's take some
>time to come out anyway, and I don't think this camera will be any cheaper
>then $3000, I might be able to recoupe some of the money that the camera
>will lose from the shoots I do. Says end of March.... It is very exciting.
Sorry to disappoint you, but I understand that the new EOS D60 camera
will sell for around the same price as the EOS D30. I have just uploaded
a detailed specification for the new camera to www.eos-magazine.com
IMHO, no. Not worth at this point of time. Guess I will stick to 3MP for the time being first. But for studio photographers, it is a diff ball game altogether. 6MP would generate excellent pics at A2 size I think. The potential for great portraits is there...Originally posted by Fundee
DO YOUTHINK IT'S WORTH THE JUMP FROM D30 TO D60 ???
Basically they are using the same AF module as the D30 only with increased sensitivity at low light from 0.5EV to 2EV. Also, the AF points light up...other wise, very much the same. Wait for further reports and reviews to come in...then we will know the truth.Originally posted by Jed
Interestingly, DPreview says that there will be "improved low light AF"... so maybe they're not improving the general AF at all?
yeah...u didn't notice the first time round? that ISO 100-1000 jumped out at me the first time i scrolled through the specsOriginally posted by StreetShooter
ISO 1000! No ISO 1600! (or is that a typo on Phil's site?)
That rules it out for me.
I was hoping maybe for ISO3200.