Nov 28, 2007 @ 13:28
Originally posted by Inactive User
where da cheapass lexar or sandisk cf cards at?

Nov 30, 2007 @ 02:20
if your budget is 150-200 go to best buy.
Nov 30, 2007 @ 07:33
yeah ive tried the d80 at school also. i think there are more options on the d80. i've yet to try the xti, coming in the mail.

how are the 18-55 and 75-300 kit lenses.

whats resale value mint condition?
Nov 30, 2007 @ 18:28
Do you want a DSLR camera or a point and shoot? For like $100 more you can get a DSLR and have options like changing lenses. With a point and shoot and that budget, you can get a good camera, but not have the options.
Dec 01, 2007 @ 01:42
keep this thread goin for those of us in the same boat blushing
Dec 01, 2007 @ 13:27
Best Camera for the Money
i'm looking to spend 4-500 on a new camera, it will be my first and was wondering whats the best deal out there?
Dec 03, 2007 @ 18:31



Dec 03, 2007 @ 19:48

this may be a stupid question.. but are there fish eye lenses. or only attachments. considering the 1.6 cropping on an xti.
Dec 05, 2007 @ 09:57
Looking at the Nikon D40 and D40x, i know the megapixle has a diffrence 6.1 and 10.2 but is there anything else that i am over looking, and does the megapixle make a big diffrence?
Dec 05, 2007 @ 10:04
??? the d40 is cheaper on the sites that i was looking at.
Dec 05, 2007 @ 10:32
For fish-eye on a crop.. check out Sigma's 8mm fish or wait for their crop optimized 4.5mm circular fish..
Dec 05, 2007 @ 13:56
This or That?
I am looking to get my first DSLR this week. I have been reading extensively on the web and was hoping to get some pros and cons regarding the two cameras I have decided I want. One prime consideration is the similar cost $600-$700 price range
Dec 05, 2007 @ 14:49
Check tha name.. I'M BROKE! I had the 17-40.. and exchanged it for the 17-55 IS. f/4 is too slow for me.

A sweet upgrade from the kit is the new 18-55 IS: LINK
The IQ has been compared to the 17-55 IS and it's under $200!!
Dec 05, 2007 @ 14:55
In response to FlasinLeather

XTi because of the lens selection.

I'm going to merge this with the camera/lens advice thread..
Dec 05, 2007 @ 17:14
cool thanks guys
Dec 05, 2007 @ 20:52
everyone hatin on canon in the posts awhile back (feels like a toy, too small) and now people are liking them?
Dec 06, 2007 @ 11:11
im in the market for a good digital point and shoot any suggestions?
Dec 06, 2007 @ 12:19
canon G9
Dec 06, 2007 @ 12:56
Canon A560 or A570 IS: LINK

A560 is one of the most popular point/shoots right now and is under $150. Battery lasts around 500 shots.. the A570 IS has image stabilization for $100 more.. IS is sweet for dimly lit captures and still objects.
Dec 06, 2007 @ 18:48
Dec 06, 2007 @ 19:48
The G9 is a nice camera.. it's pricey.. but it's NICE. It's got the manual functions of a DSLR but quick and easy to use like p/s. I wouldn't mind it instead of the XTi I bought. The XTi just ended up putting me more and more into debt :T
Dec 06, 2007 @ 20:01
Originally posted by Inactive User
i dont see how putting a 12 mega pixel sensor on a camera that small can be good. i still need to choose a low light lens wide lens. i like the 17-40 since its only 500 but i need a faster. i dont need a 17-55 since i probably want to upgrade to a 5d in the future

i wish i knew what u were talking about with lenses...anyone got a good site for beginniners to lear about all this stuff?
Dec 06, 2007 @ 20:05
Originally posted by Inactive User
i learnt most of my shit from photography-on-the.net and by taking a basic community college class in photography

and you said you were a youngin. smh
Dec 06, 2007 @ 20:10
where u get this $$$ at 13 damn, talkin about a d5blinkyeyes
Dec 06, 2007 @ 20:14
i heard lecia did something with panasonic the lumnix is that a good camera?
Dec 06, 2007 @ 23:12
i wish i knew what u were talking about with lenses...anyone got a good site for beginniners to lear about all this stuff?

Dec 06, 2007 @ 23:14
i heard lecia did something with panasonic the lumnix is that a good camera?

lens are limited.. but it takes really nice pictures..

Dec 07, 2007 @ 01:55
aight so thinking about getting the Sony Cybershot DSC-T200
after reading reviews idk anymore. can someone recommend
me a good point and shoot camera???
Dec 07, 2007 @ 15:07

Credit to NATHANP


It's called dragging the shutter, in order to make the people look sharp the flash needs to be set for 1st curtain sync.

For example a handful of them was set for f/5.6 and a 1/2" exposure and obviously with a flash.

i dont really get that. can someone elaborate. thanks
Dec 11, 2007 @ 15:57
Hello, as im a noob to SLR cams, im really lost and dont have a clue what im doing.

Im after a fish eye lens but am not sure what to get, i have a canon 400D.
Ive looked on ebay and i get complete rubbish, or what atleast i think is rubbish.

Links to some.


Should i stick to buying canon products or is there a huge difference between the brands.

Also, if anyone has some good sites where i can get some second hand lens (also after a wide angle lens).

Thank you.
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