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“VERY Expensive for a compact. However as with most...”

Written on: 09/11/2001 by Paul. (1 review written)

Good Points
Cobntax Build Quality, Picture Quality, Great Looks.

Bad Points
Framing lines in viewfinder too dull in low light situations.

General Comments
VERY Expensive for a compact. However as with most things, you get what you pay for. The ability to use Aperture priority, the flash options, the exposure compensation and the cracking lens and build quality all make this the perfect tool for travelling light. For those times when you just cant take your SLR with you this camera will give you results comparable to a decent SLR lens. Great when you dont want to stand out from the crowd. My EOS 3 is now gathering dust as I now mainly carry the t3 instead.

Black version costs £100 more, thats just mad! I got the Titanium which is a pleasing gunmetal colour.

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