What kind of Camera do you use.......and why?


posted on 28th of april, 2008

I currently am using the Nikon D80, but will be upgrading or adding to my photography arsenal soon, but not sure to what get. Any suggestions?

I have done some research, via magazines and talking with store clerks, but I really would like some advice from people in the trade, so if you have a chance please let me know what you think.

I like the simplicity of the Nikon D80, but am ready for more.

Thanks in advance.

Cheers

Angie

Comments (3)

Posted by Us40637 on April 30, 2008
Thanks for all the comments.......I have decided to go with the D300. Yes, that way I can still use the lenses I have. I am not crazy about how heavy it is, but I will still use the D80 for the day to day stuff till I get used to the 300. A friend of mine has the D3 which is so awesome, but out of my $$ range.

Thanks!
Posted by Janlee on April 28, 2008
may be D300
Posted by Sstedman on April 28, 2008
I am using a Sony DSC-F828. I am not at all impressed with it, and I am looking to upgrade.

The negatives of this camera are:
1. Not SLR.
2. No interchangeable lenses.
3. Slow focus time.

I would suggest staying away from the Sony DSC-F828.



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