Well, it has been a week since I picked up my Canon EOS 20D and so far I am very, very happy. The very first thing I noticed was the quick autofocusing of the 20D and I think that is mostly due to the design of the Canon lenses. Putting a focusing motor in the lens is definitely a great way to go. I have a photo shoot this weekend and I am looking forward to pushing the camera hard and I will post a few images from the shoot for critique.
I also picked up a used EOS 10D as a second body and I like it as well but I am trying to figure out how to reset the Image Counter and so far I am stumped. I have read the manual and I can find no references to resetting the Image Counter. I am thinking it may have something to do with the small watch type battery under the motor drive but I am a little hesitant to simply remove it since I have been told by a number of pros that in their rush to get the camera to market Canon made a few screwups with their firmware and I don't want to take out that battery and mess up a working camera.
Can anyone advise me as to how to reset the image counter. Thanks a bunch.