11th January 2005, 02:48 PM
Some Review Might Help
11th January 2005, 03:10 PM
A few important things to note before making the final decision to buy a DSLR:
Originally Posted by deepblue
a) What is your budget? Note that getting a DSLR body and kit is only the initial step into more serious photography. The investment that comes after that (ie. lenses, accessories) can cost much more than the DSLR alone.
b) Using a DSLR can also mean spendng more time on post processing. The camera gives u more control, which also means more time spent on post processing to effect your image.
c) Which brand does not really matter...depending on your usage. Most impt is the man holdng the camera. Get a feel on each of the cameras in your selection process. Chances are, it will narrow down your search once you've experienced it yourself.
11th January 2005, 03:26 PM
I must agree that D70 is great for IR photography, also is freakishly quiet (in comparison), I was taking shots from d70 on his tripod and was thinking how come I'm not shooting yet... (it was but the shutter sound was so soft that I didn't realise it).
12th January 2005, 03:50 PM
12th January 2005, 10:39 PM
review on the new Olmypus E300 looks rather good on the review my customer gave mi. Beautiful picture could be taken even on the Make In China 14-45mm lens. new ranges of lens just came in to AP today and have been selling quite well. grip strap for the E300 is also availble now in AP.