Before Canon released the EOS D30 in 2000, it had worked with Kodak to provide digital SLRs, using Canon bodies with Kodak digital backs. It may seem like a dinosaur today, but when the D30 was released its 3.1-megapixel resolution was revolutionary for its class and weight. Users could shoot in either JPEG or RAW format, and the camera included a built-in flash, automatic white balance, a CMOS sensor, and a Canon EF lens mount, compatible with several Canon film lenses.
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