This past Saturday I picked up a Rollie 35 in my favourite camera shop and was joined in conversation by two other gentlemen – who frequent the store – on the wonder of this little “Gem” that has been a long time member of the Rollie line. They commented on the superb optics and sharp results they had seen or got out of this little camera in the time they owned one. Yet there was a flaw that was raised in the course of that conversation, a flaw that would have crossed this camera off most peoples lists, even in the days when it was at the top of its game, and it was that conversation that brought this topic of debate to mind.
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., August 20, 2007 – Following months of intense anticipation by Digital SLR enthusiasts worldwide, the EOS 40D DIGITAL SLR Camera from Canon U.S.A., Inc. is scheduled to begin sailing into stores in early September. Building on the success of Canon’s perennially popular “prosumer” EOS 20D and 30D models, the EOS 40D advances … Read moreCanon EOS 40D