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    EOS 100D Single IS Kit Only $757.

    From our buddies at Bing Lee comes this ripper deal, pay just $757 for a EOS 100D Single IS lense Kit.


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    Model Number: EOS100DKIS
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    • > Lens 1: EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
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    If you’re looking to take stunning images but aren’t a professional photographer, let the Canon EOS 100D help. This model, available at Bing Lee, comes with an 18-55mm lens, so you can take sharper shots that you’ll always want to show off.
    And of course, your efforts will be backed up by Canon’s many advanced features, designed to help beginners achieve exceptional results from their very first go. Scene Intelligent Auto detects current conditions and adjusts camera settings accordingly for optimal image quality without the guesswork.
    And 7 creative art filters let you seamlessly enhance your images, selecting from soft focus, grainy, toy camera mode and more. Rest assured that the Canon EOS 100D is powered by the most advanced technology on the market, DIG!C 5, for smoother, more detailed shots guaranteed to impress.





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    • EOS 100D Body
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    it's a very nice camera for the money!

    As I've said on many occassions, unless you're specifically photographing sports don't waste money on top end camera bodies, get a low end one and spend the money on the lenses, the lenses keep their value a lot longer than the camera bodies.

    My 20D I purchased back in 2005 for about $2000 I probably couldn't sell for $50, but the Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM Lens I purchased at the same time for about $1750 second hand goes for $1,500 and new over $2000 and it's the same model. As you can see a body depreciates fast, a lens holds it's value as long as you keep it in good condition.

    IF you can afford it the L series lenses give a much nicer and clearer photo.

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    Good advice there, I was talking to my sister last week and her older Canon has started firing the flash after you take a photo, it seems to fire the flash every 20-30 seconds. Could it be a settings problem? I am going to update the firmware as it has never been done and maybe restoring the factory default settings will help???

    She also showed me one of er lenses that had some sort of growth on all of the elements, do you know if a UV light will make it disappear or will it just kill it and the lense will still need to be cleaned?
    I have pulled a couple of lenses down and cleaned them but they were full manual lenses, I am too scared to do it with some sort of electronic wizard inside it.

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    if it's small amounts I'd try the UV lights first.

    The flash setting sounds like it's set to something like curtain flash,

    Gathering if it's a bit older it's probably a 350 to 450Dn the 350 through 450D manuals it's around pages 58 to 71 or 116 depending on the manual that came with it. The bit in bold should explain it.


    The built-in flash and external Speedlite can also be set with the menu.
    The menu for the external Speedlite will be applicable only to EX-series
    Speedlites whose functions can be set with the camera.
    Select [Flash control].
    �� Under the [6] tab, select [Flash
    control], then press <0>.
    �� The flash control screen will appear.
    �� Normally, set this to [Enable].
    �� If [Disable] is set, both the built-in
    flash and external Speedlite will
    not fire. This is good when you only
    want to use the AF-assist beam.
    �� [Flash mode] cannot be selected.
    �� [Flash exp. comp] can be set as
    explained on page 79.
    �� Set [E-TTL II] as explained on the
    next page.

    �� Shutter sync.
    Normally, set this to [1st curtain] so that the flash fires immediately
    after the exposure starts.
    If [2nd curtain] is set, the flash will fire right before the exposure
    ends. When this is combined with a slow sync speed, you can create
    a trail of light such as from car headlights at night. With 2nd curtain
    sync, two flashes will be fired. Once when you press the shutter
    button completely, and once immediately before the exposure ends.


    It's a fun tool to play around with, can't remember if the 350 - 450D lets you set it like a strobe light or not, but I used to use the 20D to do this, I'd open the shutter up for 30 seconds in a darkened room and toss a coin in front of the lens. the flash would get it at different points of it's trajectory it was cool to do.

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    here's a link to the 450D manual: http://sweb.cityu.edu.hk/prodc/nprod...0D_EN_Flat.pdf

    I should have a link to the 350D somewhere (as that's what I own) if you can't find the answer check EOS Magazines forum, where I do part time work as the Admin: EOS magazine forum

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    Cool thanks a lot, I will check it out when I am a bit more awake.


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