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http://www.digital-slr-guide.com/index.html

http://www.digicamhelp.com/buying-guide/


Digital Camera Reviews
http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/digital_camera/review.html

Digital Camera Comparisons:
http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/camera/specification/compare.html

Yes its from the U.K. so some of the camera names may be slighly different from our U.S. versions.

You can compare the specs/info of up to 4 cameras at once...hopefully you can use it as a good aid in helping you decide what Digital Camera you would like :)

Canon Lenses:
http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/lens/Canon/standard_zoom.html

Nikon Lenses:
http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/lens/Nikon/standard_zoom.html
 

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Sweet! great resource Weasel!

The only thing I was noticing is that it is missing alot of cameras from a companies lineup. For example, the canon section doens't have any of the s or sd series, Nikon doens't have alot of thier coolpix series or even thier d70/s

Overall, very good resource. Thanks!

~myke
 

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I use CNET.com sometimes.
 

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This website here was great in helping me find the camera that was the best for my needs.

My product advisor

It's also good for a couple of other things.

I ended up getting the Sony Cybershot w90.
 

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I use a Sony A350 w/ 80mm Lens
 

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I use a Rebel XSi. I agree with all the other posts. The body doesn't matter as much as the eyes. I mean that both literally (the photographer's eyes) and metaphorically (lens). I have three lens but none are worth talking much about. If you want great glass but can't afford the $1-2K price tag, go to a place like Sammy's Camera and RENT them! They have L series lenses that you can rent for about $40 a day. Let's face it, we don't all need an expensive lens for every shot we take. So buy a decent body that you like using (some prefer Nikon over Canon and vice versa), buy a decent prime or walk-around lens and rent the rest when you need them. Also, read through the photography magazines they have in airports and book stores. They have some great reviews on all types of cameras.
 

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I use a rebel EOS the entry lvl DSLR with the cheaper lens and it so far works great. This camera is great, its easy to use and has gives great freedom.


I previously used a Minolta x-700, this camera is awesome for film and you can buy lenses for cheap at the flea markets.
 

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That's funny, I've used a Minolta X-370 for twenty years now. They're great cameras, much more fun to shoot than any digital I've used. In fact, picking the Minolta up again after a while got me into film again, and I now shoot the Minolta, a Canon EOS 630, and a rangefinder -- all 35 mm film!

I'm out of digital for now at least; just not interested.
 

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I know this thread is a little old but I thought I would add to it

I use a Pentax K2000 DSLR with a Pentax auto focus 18-55mm, Takumar-A 28-85mm, Sears Auto Zoom 80-200mm, and Quantary Auto Zoom 85-210mm lenses, and overall zoom with the 85-210mm lens on it, is right at 420mm with the digital zoom. cropping is also a breeze.

I couldn't pass up the Quantary and the sears for 50 bucks so I want for them both
 

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Nikon D5000.

I shoot everywhere I go, I ALWAYS have my camera with me:)

At the moment, I only have the 18-55mm Kit lens, but hell, even with that, I am able to capture some damn good shots.

I LOVE my camera. I highly recommend it to anybody who is looking for a capable mid-level DSLR.
 
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