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    Default Canon EOS 1000D or Sony A350?

    Hi all,

    Can't decide which of these models to buy? Pls give feedbacks, thanks.

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    Default Re: Canon EOS 1000D or Sony A350?

    Please try a search. There are dozens of similar threads, and each will give the same advice.
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    Default Re: Canon EOS 1000D or Sony A350?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Please try a search. There are dozens of similar threads, and each will give the same advice.
    I think if he post in the newbie thread, he would get more replies...

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    Default Re: Canon EOS 1000D or Sony A350?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    I think if he post in the newbie thread, he would get more replies...
    No, the majority of the "What camera to buy? Brand X or Y?" posts are actually right here in this forum.
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    Default Re: Canon EOS 1000D or Sony A350?

    This question is like asking us whether to marry person A or B without telling us what is the background, objective, requirements etc.

    My answer to your question now is you can buy either...and does it help? I bet it doesn't.

    For us to help, give us more info. But please research around first, and CSers will be than happy to answer more specific questions and the camera's features.
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    Default Re: Canon EOS 1000D or Sony A350?

    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInMacro View Post
    This question is like asking us whether to marry person A or B without telling us what is the background, objective, requirements etc.

    My answer to your question now is you can buy either...and does it help? I bet it doesn't.

    For us to help, give us more info. But please research around first, and CSers will be than happy to answer more specific questions and the camera's features.
    Yup... It's like that... Try before you buy... Hold them in your hand, see which feels just right... Try to test them as much as possible, see which one fulfills your needs the most... Err, we're still talking about cameras of course!!




    (and then people wonder why guys love DSLR cameras...)
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