Low budget, DSLR.
Get a second hand 450D with kit lens (18-55mm f3.5-f5.6) is good enough, dont have to spend too much.
U mean the older series? I think I'd stick to Canon.Originally Posted by Rashkae
Ah well, in the end it's your money. If you want to pay more and get less (no fast AF in liveview, no fast AF in video, no built-in image stabilization), that's up to you.
Seriously, don't get a DSLR to camwhore...
Cos most likely your arm, wrist and hand will be aching when you're whore-ing halfway...
if that's what you want to do...go for the samsung with the dual LCDs or any Sony with that self-portrait timer thing
Actually I'm considering 450/500/550 instead, now.Originally Posted by Rashkae
Because some features of 600, i really don't need them :/ and I heard that 600 doesn't have built-in image stabilizer right? It's not worth the $$ then.
Camwhore isn't the main thing I guess. I already have the samsung dualview and would want to have a DSLR that would be able to take good quality image during family events and such. Sometimes even abstract photos ^^ I like photography. But I'm not really gonna invest so much in this hobby by buying diff lenses and all.Originally Posted by kei1309
you can always look at the Panasonic GF2 or the Sony Alpha NEX3.
they have larger sensors than those on compact cams, and deliver the image quality you desire. one point to note, both offer the use of Manual Focus and changing lenses. but the NEX has the larger sensor, which is the mainstream DSLR sensor size.
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my humble 2 cents.
Last edited by kei1309; 14th February 2011 at 06:42 PM.
Why canon? Haha