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    Default Canon D60 comparisons & field reviews

    Michael Reichmann of The Luminous Landscape has posted 2 new articles:

    D30, D60 and 35mm/MF film comparison

    D60 Field Test

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    I am not sure if it make sense to invest in a DSLR since the price is quite ex. In my own opinion, a prosumer level digi cam can do a good job. e.g are Sony F707, Dimage 7 or a Canon Pro90 IS.

    Any comment?

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    I would suggest you look at earlier threads where this was intensely discussed. Also, you may wish to look at the photos in the galleries taken by SLRs (film or digital) and those taken by consumer digicams and come to your own conclusions.



    Originally posted by jimtong
    I am not sure if it make sense to invest in a DSLR since the price is quite ex. In my own opinion, a prosumer level digi cam can do a good job. e.g are Sony F707, Dimage 7 or a Canon Pro90 IS.

    Any comment?

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    The difference is the lens my friend,
    even in DSLR if you put in a lousy lens you don't get sharp pic but
    at least you can change it. In a consumer d-camera the lens
    is fixed, you have no choice.

    Aperture is one way of getting good results in certain type of pic but in most consumer d-camera the aperture is sadly small and
    do not give you much of a choice.

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    Originally posted by jimtong
    I am not sure if it make sense to invest in a DSLR since the price is quite ex. In my own opinion, a prosumer level digi cam can do a good job. e.g are Sony F707, Dimage 7 or a Canon Pro90 IS.

    Any comment?
    yup. tons

    u can read them over here
    David Teo
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    Originally posted by Dennis
    The difference is the lens my friend,
    even in DSLR if you put in a lousy lens you don't get sharp pic but
    at least you can change it. In a consumer d-camera the lens
    is fixed, you have no choice.

    Aperture is one way of getting good results in certain type of pic but in most consumer d-camera the aperture is sadly small and
    do not give you much of a choice.
    there's a lot more to that than lenses and aperture.

    see this
    David Teo
    View my work and blog at http://www.5stonesphoto.com/blog

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