Any recommendations for a semi-pro kit?


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arsonmist

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Hi everybody,
I'm new here....after saving up a decent amount of money, finally im able to buy a dslr.Can anybody recommend me which model should i go for, for a semi-pro kit??And the reasons why?? Im very keen in getting a Cannon or an Olympus....
 

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Hi everybody,
I'm new here....after saving up a decent amount of money, finally im able to buy a dslr.Can anybody recommend me which model should i go for, for a semi-pro kit??And the reasons why?? Im very keen in getting a Cannon or an Olympus....
hi iam new also let share here need help from pro pro here loh
thank in advance
 

kelccm

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What is your budget? Don't forget to account for your lenses too especially if you intend to go for a better body and also some accessories you will need.
 

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dare i suggest Sony Alpha?

It has built-in IS and off-shoe flash capabilities and anti-dust function.... of course, if u got bigger budget and dun mind the 2x crop factor (think this is the professional term...can't remember off hand - someone correct me if wrong) and love the live-view function, think the olympus will be good.
 

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There are lot of things to buy once you start the DSLR, so for beginners just just a camera with the kit lens first, play it until you have all the knowledge then start to upgrade.
 

yehosaphat

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Yea pls share your budget, price range differs greatly with the different models of SLR. If you ask me a die-hard canon fan, I will definitely recommend 30D. While 400D is more for starters into DSLR, 30D has the features packed for semi-pros.

You can check out my recent post on the ISO performance of this baby. :thumbsup:
 

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