Last edited by fmeeran; 14th December 2010 at 01:15 AM.
My main point though was that the salesman made it sound like the D5000 would not be noisy at High ISO - clearly a lie.
I probably would have gone Alpha if not for my friends having Nikon (good source of lenses i don't have ).
Wish the lenses and bodies were standardized format so you could use all lenses with all bodies. As long as I'm dreaming, I'll take a ferrari with that.
I'm not really new to photography. Have been using compact cameras, camera phones and prosumer cameras. so i thought i'll jump on the bandwagon of dslr.
Rashkae bro, i don't need to attract girls la.. got a steady girlfriend of 7 years. oh.. 7 years itch is it? lol =P
It is kind of funny sometimes to see fanboys going at it....
especially when the pots start to call the kettles black...
Last edited by daredevil123; 14th December 2010 at 07:30 AM.
But the NX10's biggest asset is its blazing-fast contrast-detect AF, which is almost as fast as the phase-detect on some DSLRs. That's why it got relegated to event photography.
But I'm going OT here.
yup.. i have decided on the A-33
Let don't talk about pro.....some photo link of our CS members
Very good image from Very good Sony camera
Not very good image from Nikon camera
Mmm....Canon....oh ya...I'm not Canon fanboy
Olympus 4/3 systems.....
Expensive Leica camera
Pentax camera....mmm...ok lah...lol
2. My skills are fine and growing, thank you. FYI, most of the pictures in that flickr link are over 2 years old, and were taken with a Point and shoot. Very few were shot with a DSLR. Also, that's my travel/casual snapshot blog. So if you think that's representative of a photog, you need a lot more help.
3. Hard selling? No. But given a fixed budget, why waste money on a camera that gives you less compared to others? FYI, I also recommend Pentax.
Last edited by Rashkae; 14th December 2010 at 02:55 PM.
aiyo.. guys.. come on.. don't fight...
Anyway my thinking is that if you're serious about wanting to shoot better with this camera, all the more you should spend more time using it, instead of relegating it to part-time usage. With the right fundamentals, you will most definitely be able to shoot decent (I dare not say fantastic) photos.
its just a !@#$% tool. just pick the one that you are more satisfied with in features and then buy it. it doesnt mean you get one brand of camera your photos will have that brand! given that all cameras pretty much use the same technology in their sensors, i dont see how much it can differ. just my honest opinion.
Gripped A500 kit | Tokina 28-70 2.6-2.8 | 50 1.8 | Minolta 70-210 4 | HVL-42AM