Canon EOS 40D Review

September 24, 2007 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | Comment | |

Canon EOS 40DThe Canon EOS 40D is a new mid-range digital SLR camera aimed firmly at the keen enthusiast photographer. Successor to the 18-month old 30D model, the Canon 40D offers a large number of significant features that make it an enticing proposition for both current 30D owners and those interested in a more advanced DSLR. There’s a 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, 6.5fps continuous shooting mode for up to 75 large JPEG or 17 RAW images , large 3 inch LCD screen complete with Live View mode for framing your image from the LCD, and Canon’s Integrated Cleaning System (inherited from the entry-level EOS 400D camera). Auto-focusing has been improved on the EOS 40D, with 9 wide-area cross type points, the DIGIC III engine processes images at 14 bits for more accurate colour, and there’s an upgraded magnesium alloy body complete with environmental seals. Announced just over a month ago, today we bring you one of the first in-depth reviews of the Canon EOS 40D.

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