Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Lens

  • Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options
  • 28 to 80mm zoom lens included
  • Retractable built-in flash
  • 7-point autofocus system
  • 35-zone exposure sensor

I’ve had this camera for a few years and i’ve taking great pitures with it. I do think i like my canon XSi better, but that is newer technoligy. The pictures i took were great but i like being able to view the pictures right away like on the XSi. There isn’t many things to manualy control, it does have auto-focus, and i like having that. All there really is, is the mode wheel thing, a timed shot button, AV set, and those are really the major things.

As a sugjestion, i got a battery pack for the camaera. it makes the camera have a battery length about 2x longer. Also, you probaly don’t need to get these but i have 28-90 lens. Overall this is a good camera.Excellent camera. My daughter need this type of camera for class and has been great! Great camera for a photography class!!The camera was exactly as advertised and is in very nice shape. It was a Christmas present for my daughter and it arrived quickly and in time for Christmas.Purchased for $180 back in Nov 2003, I fell in love with the easy to use Canon Rebel 2000 and together we learned about photography. The autofocusing points help to guide the photographer and the various photo modes expand the abilities of this tough little camera. From close ups of flowers and butterflies to a night football game loaded with action to serene still portraits, the Rebel does a great job of helping the amateur shutterbug take great pictures.

There were some concerns about the construction of its body, but the Rebel and I have been to the beach, dog park, camping, playgrounds, hiking, ball games, horseback riding (galloping!), and more – and it has completely held up well with the swinging, banging, and action of use.

I’ve made the switch to the Canon Digital Rebel XTi and a pocket sized Canon PowerShot Elph, but while the instant gratification of the digital era is nice, the best capturing of the light and mood, which is usually the distinction between a good photo and a great photo, still goes to my original Rebel. My original Rebel remains more portable and easier to use with better pictures than the bigger digital cousin, which is why I use my digital camera less often than I would use my film Rebel. I received the camera and it didn’t work. I need to find out how to rectify

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