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Cameras?

I have a very BIG Birthday coming this year and have let hubby know...it's time for me got get a nice camera.


What Makes and Models do you all have? Pros~Cons of each brand. Share all you can about yours! Thanks!

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We just purchased a Nikon D40 mainly because of its popularity within our social network of friends and family. I've read countless reviews before buying and waited for a really good deal. It came with a 2hr. instructional class and 8G of memory cards. Currently we just use the auto function until we have time to read up on all the features.
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I have a nikon D60 and still need to figure out how to really use it. It was a bit expensive but I liked the results others have gotten from it and the nikon D series. I'm just happy we will be getting more Petey pictures.


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I have a point and shoot - Sony Cybershot DSC-H50. I love it! I couldn't afford an SLR plus buying all the different lenses, so I stuck with a good ol point and shoot and I'm really glad I got this one. I had the older version of this camera and loved it and wore it out, so I bought the updated version for my birthday this year. It has great zoom, lots of features, and also has video mode, which I love. I would definitely recommend this one if you are looking for a nice point and shoot.



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I have the Pentax K200D and am very happy with it.

I would recommend going to a camera store (not your big box electronics store) - Nikon, Pentax and Canon all make nice cameras and often are very comparable so it comes down to little differences. I looked at the Nikon D40, D60, and a D80 or 90, but decided on the Pentax as I was able to get more camera for the $ and I liked the how it handled a little better. At a camera store, the people will know a lot more about the cameras, I was able to try out/play around with a bunch of cameras (taking pics around the store, playing with the menus, etc). I actually told the guy to go help the next person as part of what I wanted to assess was how easy it was to figure out how to operate w/o the manual or help. Both the Nikon and Pentax were very user friendly.
The camera came with 2 lenses (18-55 & 50-200), free classes, and I had 30 days to decide if I liked it, they also had a low price guarantee (to match any local stores, not online). Of course then I had to get a new camera bag, a new neck strap (I wanted the same one I have on my 35mm SLR), haze filters to protect the lenses (don't get crappy ones), a remote (so I can take stacked pics of the dogs by myself w/o having to use the timer), a second memory card... So plan on another $200-300 for extra "stuff"
Then there's the future wish list.... a new tripod, a better zoom, flash, and ... a backdrop & a lighting kit so I can take pro type portraits of my pets and nephew... ah, one can dream!

Good luck w/ your camera shopping!

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I have the Nikon D90 and I absolutely love it. If I could afford it, I would have the Nikon D3. (It is almost $5000)

The D90 is about $1300 including the kit lens, (which is the lens I shot all of my beach photos with) and it is worth every penny IMO.
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I have a Nikon D60, same as Bleh. I find it a very user friendly entry level dslr. It's pretty small in size as far as dslrs go too. There have been a few times where it really wouldn't let me do what I want with it... so I plan to get a different lens soon
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What lens GK and what were you having trouble with?


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We have the pentax K10D. I believe there is a newer model though that might interest you. The great thing about it is that it is very rugged, and also is waterproof. You can stand our in pouring rain, and not worry. The outside is waterproof, and there are individual compartments within the camera that are sealed to prevent further damage.
You can add piece to it that houses an additional battery and SD card, and also provides you with a verticial photo button (i don't know what it is really called..but if you turn the camera to get a narrow shot there's a button that's easier to access than the button you take to shoot a typical horizontal photo).
Also it's sooo easy to use as a beginner, but becomes very advanced if you'd like it to.
I use it on a very beginner level. If you look at some of the photos I've posted that's just the point and shoot "mode". I know nothing.
I don't have any of Eric's pictures, but his are far more amazing, as he has a clue :p
Best of luck. I agree...Nikon, Canon, Pentax are the best.

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What lens GK and what were you having trouble with?
I haven't really been shopping yet... but I need more zoomies
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I have a very BIG Birthday coming this year and have let hubby know...it's time for me got get a nice camera.


What Makes and Models do you all have? Pros~Cons of each brand. Share all you can about yours! Thanks!
I have the Canon Rebel XSi and the 55-250(I think it is) and the 15-55 lenses. I love the range I get with that and it is very easy to use.
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I have a Nikon D-80 I really like it but I really need to learn to use it so far all my pictures are pretty much the program setting

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I have a point and shoot. I think its a Nikon s610. I do like it, but I wish that I could adjust the settings on it myself. I do notice that many action shots come out blurry and some of my lower light shots are noisy. I do LOVE the video mode, because I can zoom in and out as it records. Overall, for a point and shoot for under $300, I like it.


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I'm a fan of the Nikon D series of DSLR's. I have the D80, but hope to soon move up to the D300. Are you looking for a DSLR or a point and shoot? In the D series I would recommend either a D40 or D60 for great shots and excellent price point, or a D90 for more advanced features (IF you are ever planning on using them). I need to move to a D300 only because of my whippet racing pictures, which are somewhat extreme in what they need in a camera/lens to get consistently good shots.

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Well, I'm just going to say a few things

-If you plan on actually using your camera for photography - as in learning how to use your camera, getting better, planning on buying better lenses, etc. etc. - buy a higher end dSLR body and skip past the entry level bodies (Nikon D40, D40x, Canon Rebel XS, XT, etc.) and go for Nikon D60+ (D90 has video capability) or Canon 30D, 40D, etc.

-If you just want a dSLR just to have nicer quality pictures over point and shoot, but don't really plan on learning how to actually use the camera beyond auto functions and stuff, don't plan on expanding your collection of lenses, etc. I'd say stay with entry level bodies and save your money to spend it on Petey . Entry levels are great for learning and you can even get pretty far, but they are limited once you get into more complicated stuff. I have a Canon Rebel XS and I already feel pretty limited. Entry level bodies will also tend to feel cheaper, more plastic, etc.


-If you just want a point & shoot that is better than your average $30 Kodak digi cam (which generally speaking are pretty crappy cameras), I'd suggest Nikon Coolpix or Sony Cybershots.
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My sister & I both have the cannon rebel xtis or whatever they are called. This way we can share lenses She has a cannon a950 (I think that is the model) point & shoot as well & loves it!! I have a nikon coolpix point & shoot that I like as well. She just takes way better pictures then I do. She got the artistic genes in the family
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Sony Cybershot.

I killed mine in the airport when they made me quickly put my apple juice in my carryon.

Got a Nikon and it is HORRIBLE. Went to a wedding this past weekend and witnessed a Nikon fall apart.

I can't take pics, but the Sony, I could get really nice ones.
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Canon Xsi for me. It has a good balance of features and the price is within reach. With 12.2Mpixels, there's enough room to work in the photo and pull what you want out of it. Although I agree that the pro-level cameras are superior, the total entry cost gets up there pretty quick and the lenses you get with an Xsi are usable with the more expensive bodies. Image Stabilized (IS) lenses can cost as much, or more than the camera itself but they are worth the investment to enable you to shoot long FL without a tripod. I still suggest using a tripod for anything over 200mm unless there is enough light for a really short shutter speed.

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Sony A-350
Pros:
-14 MP sensor
-Small size; body and lens.
-In body image stabilizer: therefore the lenses aren't very thick.
-Less costly lens upgrades due to above.
-Great Live View: One switch vs 2-3 steps as in other models.
-2 Image sensors: No black outs during live view shots; others have to tilt the sensor to take the exposure and the picture is momentarily blacked out.
-Great picture quality for price range.

Cons:
- Main one is the speed of the lens. Since stabilization is in-body, longer zoom lenses are a little slower(.25 sec) to focus than in-lens stabilization systems. Not very noticeable in lenses less than 200 mm.

Whatever camera you decide on, purchase a good quality lens. I personally like MOST of the Zeiss lenses.

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I received the Canon Rebel XSI For Christmas and I love it! I may have hinted that I'd like the telephoto lens for my birthday
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I have the Nikon D90 and I absolutely love it. If I could afford it, I would have the Nikon D3. (It is almost $5000)

The D90 is about $1300 including the kit lens, (which is the lens I shot all of my beach photos with) and it is worth every penny IMO.
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Best advice I was given....

Go to the camera store and HOLD each camera first!

Some of them just do not feel "right" when yo hold them. I was looking at the Nikon D40x, the Cannon XTi and ended up getting a D80 because neither the D40x or the XTi felt right to me. The D40x was too small for my hands and I did not like the way the control wheels are mounted on the Cannon (personal preference nothing wrong with the camera!).

I am hopefully going to be upgrading sometime in the near future (hopefully) to a D300 but only because I am starting to get into situation where my D80 is not quite up to the task. Don't get me wrong it works for probably 90-95% of what I want but I am starting to spend more time in the 5-10% range lately.

From what I am hearing the D90 is a GREAT upgrade to the D80 so if I was buying new now I might opt for the D90 but at this point if I am going to upgrade I want to move up a family level.

Second best piece of advice (probably just as important).....don't skimp on the lens!!!! Get the best one you can afford. I bought a kit with two cheaper lenses so then I had to swap lenses every time I go from far off to close up...kid of a bummer. I now own a 18-200mm Nikon lens and it works for most every shot I take (plus the IQ is MUCH better!). So basically I "saved" about $150-200 up front just to spend $680 later on....great planning on my part....WHOOPS!

I did recently purchased a 150-500mm Sigma to pull in some birds on stuff that I cannot get close to but that's another story...

Hope this helps!

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I have a Nikon D40x with just the stock lens - I'd like to get a telephoto lens at some point.

I fall in with the "point and shoot" crowd and this is a great camera for me.

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I just recently got the Olympus E-volt 510. I am surprised no one else here uses the Olympus brand more. I have found I like it alot more than the Nikon and Cannon both.
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