I'm doing a little housecleaning and I've decided to sell some cameras. Looking for a great digital camera? I've got two for sale: (UPDATE: They've both sold!)
Canon's brilliant digital SLR. I've used this camera for a year and loved every shot. The camera's never let me down. I'm only selling it because I got a new digital camera. You can see the photos I took with it at Ephemera.org.
What Canon has to say about this camera:
The EOS Digital Rebel is for everyone, offering SLR excitement and quality, digital convenience and unlimited EOS system creativity. High performance is ensured with Canon's "Digital Trinity" - 6.3 MP CMOS sensor, DIGIC Image Processor, and compatibility with dozens of EF lenses and EOS system accessories. Novice photographers can quickly become expert with easy, enticing SLR functions like high-speed, 7-point wide area AF with superimposed focusing points, 3 AF modes, 12 shooting modes, automatic and enhanced exposure controls, highly adaptive white balance controls and intelligent pop-up flash with automatic red-eye reduction. The EOS Digital Rebel has a host of other great features including a full resolution 2.5 fps continuous shooting mode and expanded color space settings and multiple processing parameter options. The big, clear LCD screen can be adjusted for brightness, menus are plainly written, and playback zooms all the way to 10x with a flexible view. All this in a lightweight, high-style, go-anywhere camera that's comfortable to hold and easy to use. EOS is the new standard in premium-quality digital SLRs. More »
My favorite sneaky camera! With the swivel lens, you can hold the camera at waist level to shoot surreptitiously. Very quiet shooting and great shots! I've owned this camera for a couple years but haven't used it much since I got the Canon Digital Rebel. It'd be perfect for a casual shooter who still wants quality prints.
What Nikon has to say about this camera:
Shoot from up high, down low-or anywhere in between. The Nikon COOLPIX 4500 offers a unique swivel lens design giving you the freedom to focus on your next shot, not your position. Frame subjects at eye level using the optical viewfinder, or from armís length with the full-color, high-resolution LCD monitor. Every picture is captured with true-to-life color thanks to Nikonís high-performance 4x Optical Zoom-Nikkor Lens. Whether shooting as close as 3/4Ē from your subject or across long distances, its 4.0 effective Megapixel CCD delivers beautiful 2,272 x 1,704-pixel images for large-format printing. Full manual operation puts the experienced digital photographer in total control. Not sure of the settings to take the best picture? Select one of the COOLPIX 4500ís 16 pre-programmed Scene Modes, and take great pictures every time. More »
This section is called Just a Thought. It's a blog where I post little pieces of what I'm thinking about at the moment. This page is an individual entry called “Cameras For Sale!” that I wrote on 27 March 2005.
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