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TheAnalyzer

join:2006-01-20
reply to TheAnalyzer

Re: Getting my first DSLR camera

Thanks guys for all the suggestions.
$1200 - $1500 would be overkill.. I'm not a professional photographer

I think around $400-$800 would be more appropriate for me I guess.

Thing is I actually still have the Minolta X300 with a couple of lenses. Back in the old days I did everything by hand even had a 'dark room' .

Now I'm all new to the digital Imaging stuff.. I have no clue what good body - lens combos are nowadays and what the 'must have' features are.

I just want to have a good start.

TA
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quod erat demonstrandum



ARGONAUT
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join:2006-01-24
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EOS M EF-M 22mm STM Kit
»www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/···_stm_kit

That will cover all the bases and not bust the bank.



JTM1051
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join:2000-07-08
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said by ARGONAUT:

EOS M EF-M 22mm STM Kit
»www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/···_stm_kit

That will cover all the bases and not bust the bank.

Not if the OP wants a DSLR; i.e., viewfinder.

IHMO the T3i with the 18-135mm IS for the additional $50 provides overall better deal than the M with a fixed 22mm lens. Unless someone real wants compact mirror-less type digicam.