Canon EOS D2000

The Canon EOS D2000 (also Kodak Professional DCS 520 ) is one of Canon digital SLR camera with 2.0 megapixels, an APS- C sensor in CCD technology with a form factor of 1.6 and Canon EF mount, which in March 1998 exclusively for the Japanese market came ( price at introduction: about 16100-16755 euro ). On this camera fit EF lenses from different manufacturers (like Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina, etc.).

The images from the camera are stored on PCMCIA ATA Type I, II and III cards. The official memory limit was 340 MB, but it can now be easily extended with larger maps. The camera has a FireWire port, and has a monophonic audio recording function. The dimensions of the camera be 16.1 cm × 9.2 cm × 17.4 cm ( W × D × H); she weighs about 1.7 kg. The camera body was designed after the model of the Canon EOS 1N.

In contrast to the presented later DSLRs with this sensor format, the EOS D2000 no EF-S, but an EF mount has. Certain lenses with EF- S lens mount as the EF -S 18 -55mm f / 3,5-5,6, the EF-S 17-85/4-5, 6 IS USM or EF -S 10 -22mm f / 3,5-4,5 USM but can be used after slight modification also on the D2000, although sometimes with restrictions and without support from the manufacturer.