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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby egens » Tue Sep 20, 2011 7:42 am

if u're really wanna learn..
go for film slr...very cheap..just buy few roll of expired films..
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby luckyguy8888 » Tue Sep 20, 2011 8:57 am

wow thanks for all the info
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby liangpopo » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:25 am

At least buy yourself a body with built in motor like D90, D700 (Sorry, nikon user here).. save your budget on lens choices. :)
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby Aqeem Mohd » Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:33 pm

nikon are good for beginner ,,
canon for amateur or pro ,,
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby loseseeker » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:28 pm

Aqeem Mohd wrote:nikon are good for beginner ,,
canon for amateur or pro ,,
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Are you sure? Most of the time, I was told otherwise....
What if we're gone, and you're wrong?
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby g@b@nTr0m3n » Wed Dec 14, 2011 11:49 am

Aqeem Mohd wrote:nikon are good for beginner ,,
canon for amateur or pro ,,
:mrgreen:


yaka? wow, i must be a beginner then,using nikon d3s.
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby lasting99 » Wed Dec 14, 2011 12:27 pm

Aqeem Mohd wrote:nikon are good for beginner ,,
canon for amateur or pro ,,
:mrgreen:


I thought it was the other way around? Isn't it why there are so many Tom, Dicck and Harry buy cheap Canon DSLR and used it in green mode (full auto) instead of learning how to use it in M mode?
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby stepforward » Thu Dec 15, 2011 8:29 am

nikon, canon, nikon, canon...pro, amateur...amateur, pro...
for me, only the final outcome, the shot itself can really talk about it. Camera is just a "medium" to represent the idea, so the idea itself is more important, not the camera.
well, this is just my little opinion. :)
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby rahkshi007 » Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:57 pm

for beginner canon 600d , nikon d3100 and nikon d5100 is a great choice..
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby lasting99 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:34 pm

stepforward wrote:nikon, canon, nikon, canon...pro, amateur...amateur, pro...
for me, only the final outcome, the shot itself can really talk about it. Camera is just a "medium" to represent the idea, so the idea itself is more important, not the camera.
well, this is just my little opinion. :)


Agreed +101%
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby lasting99 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:41 pm

rahkshi007 wrote:for beginner canon 600d , nikon d3100 and nikon d5100 is a great choice..


I would consider Canon 1100D and Nikon D3100 are beginners' camera. 600D & D5100 are more for amateur, where as 60D & D7000 are for advance amateur. The higher up are for prosumer/semi-pro and pro.
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby vertigo » Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:33 pm

buy an average dslr without the kit lens, after that blow all your budget with the best lens - those primes with at least f1.4 aperture. :mrgreen:
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby Jibman » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:24 pm

Hi Guys,

Just as alvino, i'm a beginner in photography. I dont shoot everyday, only shoot during travelling or during occasions. I've been considering to get the Olympus EPL-3 , which is compact and semi DSLR . Any comments or reviews on this camera..? The price in Penang is RM 2450 for the camera and 2 lenses. Would appreciate any reviews or comments on this camera..?

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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby vertigo » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:28 pm

Jibman wrote:Hi Guys,

Just as alvino, i'm a beginner in photography. I dont shoot everyday, only shoot during travelling or during occasions. I've been considering to get the Olympus EPL-3 , which is compact and semi DSLR . Any comments or reviews on this camera..? The price in Penang is RM 2450 for the camera and 2 lenses. Would appreciate any reviews or comments on this camera..?

Regards,
Jibman



save your money and get the Fuji X10. u won't regret it, seriously. :mrgreen:
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Re: DSLR for beginners

Postby keribang » Thu Apr 12, 2012 11:21 pm

vertigo wrote:
Jibman wrote:Hi Guys,

Just as alvino, i'm a beginner in photography. I dont shoot everyday, only shoot during travelling or during occasions. I've been considering to get the Olympus EPL-3 , which is compact and semi DSLR . Any comments or reviews on this camera..? The price in Penang is RM 2450 for the camera and 2 lenses. Would appreciate any reviews or comments on this camera..?

Regards,
Jibman



save your money and get the Fuji X10. u won't regret it, seriously. :mrgreen:


agree with you.... :D ....
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