my budget is $1800.
Which is more economical?
400D + 18-200mm lens
Is the 400D 15-55mm good for everyday snapshots @ in the day or night?
Last edited by lunas; 7th March 2007 at 11:24 PM.
Bokeh is something to do with the lens, etc.. You'd have to ask the people with that lens.
I also haven't got a DSLR. Thought of getting one since the IT show is tml. Not sure what they will bundle with....
Well, I have seen quite a number of high quality saturation and sharpness from a DSLR, so really wanna get one.
But to be frank, I am quite happy with my H5 except for the Noises at 400 and above. And the flash re-charge is tooooo slow.
Also not sure why I need 2 cameras.... I guess DSLR is just a nice to have as H5 covers all...
Can always use your DSLR as backup. Or heck, if can convert just convert to IR (have to ask Rashkae whether can convert) so you can have fun with IR - if you're into landscapes that is.
Anyways, you are making me damn itchy leh. I wanted to wait until next year. But everytime I shoot landscape the widest 35mm part is damn irritating at times when I want "more of the scene" in. Wondering if I should go and buy Sony/Raynox wide convertor or just all-in and buy Pentax K100D since I'll be going DSLR sooner or later anyways. =/
But then hor, I do rough calculation will definitely have to spend about 1700. (will definitely get one super-wide zoom lens, probably third-party along with the DSLR + kit lens [for everything else]) Compared to 279 (that's worst case scenario I buy direct from Sony). HRM. $ pain leh.
1. fisheye = wide angle...Pentax fisheye 680. =D
According to their thread lor.
Other than that.. 18-55 --> conversion factor should be 27 widest right.
Then normal wide angle will be.. In future lor.
2. at 18mm (27mm equiv) it doesn't belongs to the group super/ultra wide...
ultra wide are something like 12mm (18mm equiv)