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chloeee

Member Since 06 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 18 2013 04:13 PM
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In Topic: Buying My 2nd Dslr Whats The Best One To Get?

07 January 2013 - 02:25 PM

QUOTE (GlynT @ Jan 7 2013, 01:19 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi Chloeee,

So long as you go for Canon or Nikon you won't go far wrong. Anyone who uses Canon will advise you to buy Canon and anyone who uses Nikon will advise you to go for Nikon...

I would say that your best bet is just to look for the best Canon or Nikon offer you can get for your money - Canon have just released the 6D which may be the cheapest DSLR with a full frame sensor so that might be worth looking at...




Hi GlynT,

Thanks for the advice smile.gif I will look into the Canon 6D, I have used many nikons before at college etc, never used a canon so that's why I am a little bit sceptical about buying one. But defiantly will do some research. thank you smile.gif

In Topic: Best Starter Camera For An Amateur

06 January 2013 - 08:01 PM

QUOTE (Ezzieboundless @ Jan 3 2013, 09:04 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
For the past couple of years, I've been interested in photography and I've taken some pictures but only with day to day digital cameras. My friends have been saying for months that I should really get into it and for the 2013 year, I want to get serious. It's an art form that I can truly feel connected to and express myself in the way that I intend. So to get to my point, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on the best cameras. I'm looking for DSLR not really a compact camera kind of person? PS. I'm new so HELLO FOLKS>



Hi there, Im new this too so hello! smile.gif

I started out with the Olympus E-420 when I was at college studying photography, its simple, easy to use and captures that perfect moment you want... All the controls on the camera are very easy to understand and use.

This camera is especially good for budding photographers because you have a choice to shoot in auto or even if your feeling brave you can do it all manually like amateur, shutter speed, lighting and things like that.

It also doesn't break the bank balance either one of the cheapest DSLR's out there. But it does everything that you want it to. Obviously it will never live up to the standards of the canons and nikons but for a first DSLR it is perfect. Have a look....

Hope I helped. If you ever want to ask any questions or chat about photography then give us a shout!! biggrin.gif

P.S post some of your photos would love to see them.. biggrin.gif