Last week I got my new EOS 20D, so here's a few impressions after a couple of hundred shots. \r\n\r\nThe camera handles like any EOS. This is a good thing. A quick change to Custom Function 4, setting 3 and it handles brilliantly. \r\n\r\nThere's a couple of things that I don't like about the handling:\r\n\r\nThe shutter button goes click. No big deal you might think, as it does on 99% of the cameras out there, but the EOS 3 and the professional EOS (1 series) have a hair-trigger shutter button that doesn't have a click stop. I much prefer the hair-trigger type. \r\n\r\nThe 9-way multicontroller is a bit fiddly and you can't easily and accurately select all focus points. Since I mainly use the middle point anyway it's not that big a deal and I think something that will get better with practice. It is a better system than the EOS 3 had though. \r\n\r\nBeyond those minor points, it's an excellent camera. The output is superb and the resolution is easily on a par with film. It would be nice if the noise was a bit less, or was luminance noise rather than chrominance noise, but as it's at a much lower level than film grain I will live with it. \r\n\r\nA couple of hugely down-sized examples...\r\n\r\n[img]http://www.askisaac.com/images/suzes.jpg[/img]\r\n\r\nThis is Suze, a 5 1/2 month old Beagle puppy with a habit of chewing on anything or anyone... This was edited and resized from a medium fine JPG. \r\n\r\n[img]http://www.askisaac.com/images/hbird.jpg[/img]\r\n\r\nThe hummingbird was edited and resized from a full-sized TIFF file converted with EVU.