|Quoting Glapira (Reply 3):|
I also heard about the ISO improvement on the 350D above 200 ISO, noise reduction etc. Any oppinion?
|Quoting Martin21 (Reply 1):|
First a fact, the 18-55 II is not different from the 18-55 you have yourself. The only thing that has changed are the two letters (II).
|Quoting JeffM (Reply 8):
unless of course you just throw away the "Fact" one has USM, one has Micro Motor.
A variant of this lens is also part of the Canon Rebel XT when sold as a kit with a lens. That lens is called the Canon EF-S 18-55m f/3.5-5.6 II. It has been reported that the newer model has the same optics as the old model and the only differences are cosmetic.
|Quoting Glapira (Reply 7):|
Thank you guys... I will try to see it in my hands before buying. Well... it is well smaller and lighter, so the dimensions are in a case justified.
|Quoting Glapira (Reply 11):|
By the way, what a bout the batteris itself? I heard it has less duration than the 300D... I should be buying a second one surely.
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