Newbie Needs recommendations

This is a discussion on Newbie Needs recommendations within the Introduce Yourself forums, part of the FORUM INFORMATION DESK category; Hello everyone, I am taking a trip to israel this summer and i'm interested in getting a nice DSLR Camera. I was looking at the ...


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    Hello everyone,
    I am taking a trip to israel this summer and i'm interested in getting a nice DSLR Camera. I was looking at the Nikon D5000. I would like to stay in this price range but i really dont want to miss the opportunity to take some awesome pictures while i'm there. I think i've graduated from using compact cameras haha. Anyway please let me know your thoughts and recommendations about a camera. Thanks everyone,
    Michael


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    i have to say the best bang for the buck would have to be the canon rebel t2i (i think thats the name). it has a great sensor and a high qualitty rating. even people who shoot with the high end cameras use this as a second. the price is good. i have the rebel xsi and i love it. so i can't talk from experiance but, i've been doing a lot of reseach and have found that canon hit one out of the park with this camera. happy hunting and best wish's for good shots.

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    Okay cool i'll definitely check it out thanks

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    whatever you'll get, I'd recommend to practice a lot in advance. Not one night at home, but spend at least 3-4 weekends of productive shooting of 200-400 shots per day outdors.
    That will definitely make your pics from a trip a lot better.

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    Whatever you get go into the shop and hold the thing, even if you end up buying it off there's no substitute for seeing haow it handles i your hands. I found the Canons small for my hands and the diopter adjustment didn't go far enough.


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