hello, I am a new comer. just want to buy 450D


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chenlewis

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Is there any other recommendations for a fish? For example, Nikon D80?:dunno:

my buget is around 1500 dollars.
 

Abuddlah

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Is there any other recommendations for a fish? For example, Nikon D80?:dunno:

my buget is around 1500 dollars.
You should just get the 450D kit with 55-250mm lens and a 50mm prime? Then you can start shooting! To find out what kind of photos you like
 

KenBit

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I think there are some D90 kits going at around 1.5k and they are really a good buy. Go test them out kids. Push their buttons hard!
 

chris197

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I had a 450D for a week but took it back due to focus problems. It's seems I wasn't alone. There is some info on the net regarding the focus issue.

I purchased a Nikon D80 instead which IMHO is a nicer camera. I found the colours it produced were more vivid than the Canon's. Nikon did feel a little heavier though.

Best thing to do is try them in the shops.

HTH.
 

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It doesn't matter whether its a sony, pentax, olympus,canon or nikon, all are good in their own aspects. Try out at the shops and get a feel for it, how it holds in your hands, buttons placements, the layout of the menu, option setttings and so on, do a few test shots afterwhich get the one which you like the most. lastly remember to compare prices between different shops.
 

chenlewis

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Thank you very much. However, is the Panasonic LX 3 good enough for non-professional use?
 

calebk

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Thank you very much. However, is the Panasonic LX 3 good enough for non-professional use?
Sure it is...it's just what kind of results you are looking for.

As an aside, the LX-3 is almost as expensive as some SLRs in the market, such as the Canon 1000D and Nikon D60.
 

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