what "entry level" camera?

posted on 8th of october, 2009

I was looking around and checking for a not too expensive camera but a good reflex one,so I found out some of those articles: a Canon 1000D,Canon 450D,Canon 500D (althoguh it's not a really "entry level"),Nikon D60,Nikon D90 even the Nikon D5000 (the new one)...so I read about the specifications of everyone of them but still not sure which one I should buy...so asking if someone has bought or tried one of them...thank you all!

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Posted by Wildmac on October 09, 2009
Just thought of something else I should mention about the 1000D. If you want to shoot sports or anything where you need to take fast sequences of shots then 1000D not for you. Only 1.5fps. Okay for landscapes, still life, etc but misses too much action. Definitely check the specs of all the cameras you are looking at to make sure they can cope with what you want to shoot. I like the sounds of the specs for the new 7D myself.
Posted by Ladyamber on October 09, 2009
I also have Canon 450D. It is my first reflex camera, so I cannot compare it to anything, but I can say I'm quite satisfied with my choice.
Posted by Studioportosabbia on October 09, 2009
My have a Canon 450D, excellent and not too heavy to bring around. Compared to the 50D I saved some serious cash that will be invested in additional lenses

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the point of view

posted on 20th of october, 2009

After the arrived of digital cameras everyone gets to take lots of pictures of the subjects and then checks out what's great and worth to be saved and what no,so it's coming difficult to see a nice work at the first shot and all the photographers need to control,fix their pictures;but what doesn't change is the point of view on the subject,you can recognize the work of someone by the way he sees it,even with just a subject to focus on.
The point of view is kind of a sign on a picture and it remarks and differentiates one photographer to the other.

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Posted by Wildmac on October 21, 2009
Also for every photographer that sees a view differently there are also viewers/buyers that have their own vision of what your photograph represents. Isn't life wonderfully varied :0)
Posted by Ponytail1414 on October 20, 2009
So true! And you also have a unique point of view. We can't wait to see more of it.
Posted by Goodcontent on October 20, 2009
Yes, if you have 100 photographers at the same event they each will record it different. Even when some of them pick the same vantage point, they pick the exact time the image is captured which will make the image captured different. It only happens once though and if you miss it, you usually can not recreate the exact same shoot.

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new camera

posted on 24th of october, 2009

ohh well,I asked last week your opinions about a new camera so I heard all of you,who wrote me back,and today finally went to buy it;so now I have a Nikon D3000,will see what I'll get to do with it...hoping for some good results! :-)
see you soon with some new pictures and enjoy the weekend!

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Posted by Yuritz on October 26, 2009
thanks...went to Venice yesterday to try it,will see what I was able to do!
Posted by Aginger on October 26, 2009
congratulations and good luck with your new cam
Posted by Joe1971 on October 24, 2009
congratulations!I used Nikon's camera,too.It's a good camera.

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Venice marathon

posted on 27th of october, 2009

I told you all,or wrote a blog,around four days ago,about my new camera...so on Sunday I got the chance to go to Venice and try it some,maybe I should have taken some shots before going but couldn't loose the opportunity of having some pictures of the Venice marathon...so here we are...see you!

P.S: some other pictures,even some about Venice,are coming

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Posted by Yuritz on October 31, 2009
other pictures from Venice

Posted by Wildmac on October 27, 2009
Great photos! Glad you are having fun with your new camera :0)
Posted by Mani33 on October 27, 2009
Well done & nice cam! Keep up the good work! Cheers ;)

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