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Started by sic.zero, November 05, 2012, 05:30:53 AM
Quote from: sic.zero on November 09, 2012, 03:34:29 AMCoffee, and other guys here as well, how did you start on your photography? Which model did you start with?
Quote from: Dj on November 09, 2012, 09:42:58 AMAnyways, if you're only planning to use your DSLR for leisure, I suggest you get a good point and shoot instead for its portability, quality nowadays isn't much of an issue anyways, just look at the photos that the latest smartphones take, it's more than enough for sharing it online. :read2:
Quote from: Vivo on November 09, 2012, 02:29:49 PMCamera gurus, what can you say about the new Olympus Pen Series cameras?
Quote from: sic.zero on November 10, 2012, 03:34:25 AMGreat! Thanks for the inputs. I already got a Canon Ixus 210 though. Its a good point and shoot camera but I still wanted more quality. Seeing those bokeh on the final shots is a really cool thing. I also wanted to try out panning on moving subjects, drifting events and other races. Plus be able to get quality picture even on low light conditions specially on concerts and other events. And I got a few friends who's into photography and modeling although they're still getting started like me.I'd really like to have D7000 as a start but its really expensive and way out of my budget. Should I wait and save funds till I get my hands on a D7000 or should I go ahead with the D5100? I'm starting from scratch btw. I still don't have any lenses so opting for just the body is not an option.Many people are recommending D90 as well but I find it a little old and snapsort.com says D5100 is a lot better. And they say its also a lot better than D3200 and D3100. So I really got myself aiming for D5100. Somebody enlighten me, do you think it'll be a good choice? I also got the new D5200 on my choices although it'll be again out of my budget.