D60 & D100_ prices are so close


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Jethro

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Now it is more difficult to decide between the D60 and the D100.:dent:
 

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Guy guys guys... let not make this into a Canon vs Nikon thingie ok!

ANyway, so farwe know the price of both but not the sample pic from the D100.

So let wait faithfully for it to come out then we can make a comparsion here. Oso, the spec of the D100?
 

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Originally posted by Jethro
Now it is more difficult to decide between the D60 and the D100.:dent:
Choose a system. Not just the body.

The lenses and accessories you buy, you'll keep even after you have upgraded the body. Once you've invested 3-4 lenses/flashes/filters, you'll find it even harder to switch camps.

Canon or Nikon? It has been 'discussed' a million times. Read them arguements. You decide. But go down to the photo shop, feel both, pretend to take some shots then buy what you feel is right. ;)
 

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yes, for all those people without an existing SLR system and feeling the need to move from a point & shoot or consumer digicam to a $4k+ camera system (incl. lenses), the answer to your questions

'should I buy a D60'
'should I buy a D100'
'should I buy a Tamron 28-300 since I got almost no money after buying the body'

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Originally posted by Jethro
Now it is more difficult to decide between the D60 and the D100.:dent:
 

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Assuming it is a start from scratch (meaning no system on hand) then how?
 

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Originally posted by Jethro
Assuming it is a start from scratch (meaning no system on hand) then how?
I am from the Nikon camp. However, if you are starting from scratch with a limited budget get the Canon.

Reason:
-USM + faster AF
-Cheaper Lens (compared to Nikon)
-Good comptability b/w body and lens.

:D :D
 

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Originally posted by AdamGoi


Basket; D60 better :angel:
Serious, the F80 body is better than the body the D30/60 is based on. I am saying based on the body alone, since the image quality of the D100 is unknown. ;p

But the D30/60 has a better body than the S1 Pro.

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Originally posted by cyanbloodbane


I am from the Nikon camp. However, if you are starting from scratch with a limited budget get the Canon.

Reason:
-USM + faster AF
-Cheaper Lens (compared to Nikon)
-Good comptability b/w body and lens.

:D :D
USM + faster AF - Do you really need them?

Cheaper Lens (compared to Nikon) - Not really. True for some AFS lenses compared to the L counterpart. Not true for some primes e.g. the 50 f1.4.

Good comptability b/w body and lens - YUP!!!
 

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Originally posted by Kit


USM + faster AF - Do you really need them?
Most of the time, it's probably the photog's reflexes that just ain't fast enough. The quote "If you see it, you've missed it" comes to mind.
 

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