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    which kind of camera is best for a beginner who wish to shoot some scenes which attracts him or her the most.It should be simple in handling

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    Any camera can do the job.

    What you have to consider is the budget, type of camera (film/digital), PnS, DSLR, etc...
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    Default Re: hi

    Quote Originally Posted by senior1 View Post
    which kind of camera is best for a beginner who wish to shoot some scenes which attracts him or her the most.It should be simple in handling
    since you have no clue what you really want...

    Give us your budget, we'll tell you what the best cam in that range is. Though it seems like you'd better start with a simple point-and-shoot first.
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    ya agree with zac08 bro, any camera can do it.. if u have a good skill, even phone cam can shoot nice result... but if u need higher mp then buy a good camera...

    sorry about it, sound like did'nt help much...
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    Default Re: hi

    I think it depends on the following:

    1) How much of a learning curve do you want?
    2) Budget?
    3) Level of interest in this hobby?

    Since I agree with the previous CSers post - any cam can do it. If you want to really start with a DSLR - then a Nikon D40s is a good start. Many good reviews for this DSLR.

    Consider

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