kiwifamily wrote:Hi Joe
There are so many choices and recommendations.
What I'd like to recomemnd you do is ask a lot of questions, but, also go down to you local camera store and have a play and a good look at all the different options, talk to the sales staff, to see what's best for you.
You will find that Canon and Nikon are the most popular SLR's but there are plenty of other worthy choices like Pentax, Olympus, Sony, etc to also consider.
Danny wrote:About the only advice I would give Joe, is don't get caught up in the megapixel race and all the functions you will never use. Really its way out of hand in advertising and selling.
joe27 wrote:I have never owned a SLR OR DSLR before and I am looking at getting one late this year or early next year.
Danny wrote::D HDR. The largest manipulation you can do to an image and make it look like candy cake. The impossibility of lighting.
Dalzine wrote:Danny wrote::D HDR. The largest manipulation you can do to an image and make it look like candy cake. The impossibility of lighting.
I like HDR... done properly. Yes you can blow it out and get halos around everything but when you can get it to reproduce light correctly, now that's something to see.
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