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  • February 28, 2012 6:20 pmPosted 2 years ago
    Saki

    I also think the first one is the 5D, thoguh I think if you don’t know what you are doing, you can get any of those photos out of an expensive camera. Conversely, if you have good light, you can get decent photos out of a P&S, but getting good depth of field is hard.Is it worth $3000 more? No. But you don’t have to spend that much to get a decent DSLR. For about $600 you can get a very good DSLR and take fantastic photos once you learn how to use it. That’s certainly worth $300 more to me.

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  • March 1, 2012 2:35 amPosted 2 years ago
    Valdenice

    While the 1st is celarly the best in terms of exposure as well as composition, I have to agree with above that you certainly don’t need a $3000 DSLR even a base model which is not that much more than a really high-end point & shoot can be really helpful. If nothing else, spending some time fully in manual mode is one of the best ways to really learn the ins and outs of photography and full manual mode is exactly what a point & shoot can’t do. I spent the past week looking over my pictures on my blog, and there is a marked difference from when I switched to my SLR. Is it just that the camera is better? Sure that plays a part, but also because until I had the SLR I wasn’t able to fully explore and learn the basics. Sure, a good photographer can take great pics with a p&s, but it takes lots of practice becoming intimately familiar with exactly how speed, focal length, and aperture (among other things) work (which I’m still learning even after a year!) it’s really hard to learn those things well if one is never able to shed all the automatic settings.

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    • May 11, 2012 3:37 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Reymund

      thx alot i dint edit these pictures beuasce i was a beginner..but now im trying to learn how to edit..for those colors i just bump up some settings in the picture style settings for the blurred backgrounds..just zoom ur 18-55mm lens all the way then put ur aperture to 5.6 then it will be blurry..

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    • May 12, 2012 5:34 amPosted 2 years ago
      Rafael

      For wedding photography you will need a collection of lenses and of course the knowledge to use both them and the camera. Below is a list of typical equipment. I am a wedding photographer and this is what I either use or would recommend.Canon 24-70mm F2.8LCanon 70-200mm F2.8L ISCanon 16-35mm F2.8L or Canon 17-40mm F4LCanon 50mm F1.4Canon 100mm F2.8 macroCanon 85mm F1.4Canon 580EXII FlashGary Fong LightsphereCanon 420EX FlashSto-Fen Omni Bounce diffuser2 flash bracketsNow remember that you will need 2 camera bodies and 2 flashes. You can get away without having duplicate lenses but you absolutely need to 2 cameras and flashes. If one breaks you need to be able to keep shooting. Something will eventually break. If you can’t keep shooting you will be sued.

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      • September 27, 2012 5:24 pmPosted 1 year ago
        Maya

        My two satang worth on caemra user interfaces.I think Canon’s entry level caemras like the EOS-1000D have a much easier to use interface so Canon is paying attention to the issue.But for the semi-pro 50D and up (5D, 7D, 1D ) consistency of operation and terminology between models is most important. I have a three year old 30D. I bet I could pick up a 50D and understand it without reading the manual. Isn’t that what pros value the most?Yes, their terminology is non-intuitive but once you have learned it the terms become second nature. And they are a barrier to switching to the competition because the competitors have their own idiosyncrasies.It’s similar for software like Photoshop. Adobe cannot change it too radically because of the investment professionals have made in the way it works today. But try teaching it to a beginner No fun.

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    • May 14, 2012 12:41 amPosted 2 years ago
      dient

      I don’t own any of I don’t own any of the cameras, but I’ve used them and seen the rsetlus. I’m speaking only of kit lenses because I don’t have the money for anything else atm. I suppose SDHC is almost as good as Compact Flash though. Still, the K200 s quality is noticeably less with the kit lens. (part of which is preference I presume)

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      • September 27, 2012 10:17 pmPosted 1 year ago
        Uchieulfiyanie

        Nice pair! I’ve always tuhhgot about getting a DSLR, but have never made the jump because I’m not a manual shooter. This sounds so user intuitive and enticing, though ..

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      • September 28, 2012 4:33 amPosted 1 year ago
        Fransiska

        Sharlyne Ang / Hi Karlo! Thanks! Oo nga eh sayang d DSLR, sa first place wnienr yun eh. Di bale, mag-iipon na lang ako para makabili ng DSLR. So far I am happy with my point and shoot cameras!

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  • March 1, 2012 4:23 amPosted 2 years ago
    Shaba

    Hey Armand,I rlaley appreciate your site and all the comments and information you have provided. I’ve decided to go with a Canon over Nikon based on the pricing and I was hoping you could explain to me the difference between the Canon Rebel T3i and the 60D. I’ve been able to find a few differences in the focusing and that the 60D has M-RAW and S-RAW resolutions available. It also has a 1/8000 shutter speed vs the 1/4000. I’d like something a little better than entry-level, and don’t want to have to buy a new camera in 2 years. At some point I’d like to do more than just hobby pictures, and was hoping that one of these cameras would fit the bill. If not, could you suggest one that might? My focus is mainly on landscape, nature, and urban environments, as well as some macro. Not a lot of portraits though.Thanks for anything you can give me!

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    • May 12, 2012 11:21 amPosted 2 years ago
      Putra

      Canon and Sony DSLR cameras are pbaborly very user-friendly for a beginner, whereas some Nikon models are pbaborly a little harder to use.***You didn’t mention if you’re looking at a film SLR or a digital one (my response is based on digital).Some other (good value options) would be DSLRs from Pentax and Olympus, companies that also make very solid models at a very affordable price.. Keep in mind that the quality of the lenses is pbaborly a more important factor than the cost of the camera body in many cases Was this answer helpful?

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  • March 1, 2012 4:58 amPosted 2 years ago
    Lollol

    Hello eoneyvre,I went through all the posts above, since I am also in a similar fix between d3100 and d5000! I am doing an extensive research prior to buying any of them, both online and offline, since I want to make this a one-time investment.I am an amateur photographer, depending mainly on what-I-see over geeky jargons and specs while shooting. I mainly tend to shoot portraits and landscapes with some macro. For me low light shooting is an imperative requirement and probably that’s the reason why I am inclining to Nikon over Canon, because of the former’s better higher ISO performance. Video shooting is not at all a priority for me, since I strongly believe that is NOT the reason why one uses a SLR cam. SLR is for capturing the moment as-the-eyes-see-it. Fullstop. Well that’s my personal view.Saying all these and going through the previous discussion, I think the main discriminator for either of the models are:1. FPS bursts As already someone has mentioned, I do not think this should matter too much for an entry level DSLR where the user expectedly wouldn’t be much of an action photographer.2. Active D lightning Not sure how much of a differentiator that is.If anyone can help me understand that?3. CMOS chip photosensitive area Here I think the image sensor is bit larger in d5000. Apart from better shallow depth photography and post processing in software, how important advantageous is that?4. Effective pixels Pixels are more in d3100, but again if you are not going to take a magnified print, that really wouldn’t matter. In that case I believe the good ol’ film prints still do a better job!5. Pricing As of date Dec 2010, d3100 is cheaper in my country India.Finally, I reiterate the eternal fact, good photography depends more on the EYES of the two systems; user’s eye, ie, aesthetics and the camera’s eye, ie, the lens.Any comments/replies/corrections would be highly appreciated :-)

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    • May 11, 2012 4:03 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Anthony

      Nice reveiw mate Nice reveiw mate but what you really forgot to mention was that Nikon has lower noise at high ISO and has slightly better image quality and lighter than 550D all in all good reveiw oh and did you at 3:23??? ;o)

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    • May 11, 2012 6:06 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Ronness

      I never even knew you could change Shutter speed, ateprure, or ISO on point and shoots xD lmfao. Well I knew you could, but I didn’t think there was much of a range at all. Not from any of the ones I owned lol

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  • March 1, 2012 5:38 amPosted 2 years ago
    Jose

    Firstly, this is clelad a semi-hard’ case. This is seriously pushing it, as there is nothing hard about the case whatsoever. It is mainly nylon, and cheap feeling spongey nylon at that, with a leather-look front. I repeat, there is nothing even semi hard about this case at all. The Amazon price was the cheapest for this case, and to say I was disappointed when I removed the case from the box would be a serious understatement. To think this retails elsewhere for considerably more is beyond comical. This case offers absolutely minimal protection, and that would only be against scuffs (ie if you popped it in your bag on its own) or dust settling on it if you left it on the side. You may as well just pop it in one of those free linen shopping bags you get from the recycle stand in the high street if you just want something for the camera to sit in. This is only worth a fraction of what it actually retails at, as it is a very basic, cheaply made, soft case, with no strap, or anywhere to put anything like a memory card. As someone else commented, you really will not know what to do with this once you take it off the camera. To conclude, this is an extremely cheaply produced case, which Canon has given no production/design time to, but they know that a certain number of people will buy it because it is the official’ case regardless of how overpriced it is. Ignore what some of the reviews say about not moaning about the price after you’ve bought it this is one of those items which you won’t know how bad it is until you have it in your hands. I am fully aware this isn’t sold as leather, but I expected it to have some rigidity to it and trust me it doesn’t. The velcro fastener started to degrade within days of use as well. I don’t normally do reviews, but I had to with this. I didn’t expect this to be leather, or to accomodate a 200mm lens, but I expected it to be semi-hard’ and to be of good quality. Buy this at your peril or if you don’t mind how much of a rip-off something is, as long as it has the camera make on the front of it? **Update** Eventually bought the Lowepro Mini TLZ instead. Far, far better with more features (carrying handle, strap, front pocket (perfect for spare battery etc) and internal roof section (great for memory cards), and for less than half the money. A no-brainer if ever you saw one.

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    • May 11, 2012 8:00 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Erick

      Nice video man. I Nice video man. I actually am a first time buyer. I will need to make this chcoie on Dec 27th when I get my camera..What is a good lens for me? I am gonna be using my DSLR for Races, football games, nature, and every day use.

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    • May 12, 2012 1:20 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Fernanda

      The main The main differences:*The XSi has more maxipegels at 12.2MP while the XS is 10.1MP.*For JPEG, the XSi can continuously shoot at 3.5 fps while the XS can do 3.0 fps. fps.*The LCD monitor of the XSi measures 3.0 inches while the XS has a smaller screen at 2.5 inches.*The XSi has a 9-point AF system while the XS has only a 7-point.*The XSi has Spot metering while the XS does not.*XSi’s RAW is 14-bit while the XS RAW is 12-bit.Often you’ll spend less than $100 extra for alot more in XSi

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    • May 12, 2012 1:24 pmPosted 2 years ago
      Jaeho

      Bigger, brgeithr Bigger, brgeithr viewfinder11 AF points out of which 9 are cross-typeWeather sealingWorks with AA batteries (big bonus for when you’re travelling)RAW + JPEG and dedicated RAW buttonMost new Pentax lenses are better than those re-badged Minolta lenses that Sony is selling, at unbelievably high pricesI could go on for ages.If you do sports photography, those 3fps are worth exactly squat.And if you think bigger numbers will take better pictures, stick with a 12 megapixel point-and-shoot.

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  • September 4, 2012 7:51 pmPosted 1 year ago
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  • September 5, 2012 12:32 amPosted 1 year ago
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  • October 31, 2012 2:46 pmPosted 1 year ago
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