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    i recommend the hewlett-packard R937 camera

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    Folks, when it comes in camera, nothing is best other than Canon SLR products. Trust me, its very user-friendly and can provide you additional and advanced features.. I use it on my profession when doing photoshoot with my models..

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    For that kind of photography, you need close focusing lens. For DSLR close focus lens are EVERY expensive (some times MORE than the camera).

    So I would suggest sticking wih high end P&S (as they alway can do close focus). Canon G10 is a VERY good camera.


    good luck...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technik Frauen View Post
    For starter and bang for the buck. I recommend Nikon D40.
    Good camera, nice kitlens. But not good with non-AF lenses.

    Be sure you buy a camera body that has an auto focus motor, so non AF lenses are compatible.

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    Nikon and Canon are still leading the industry. I would say for beginners who do not have a lot of money to spend get a Nikon D40, D3000. If you want more to play with then start with a Canon EOS T2i or XSi. These are good entry level cameras. If you want even more then go with a Canon 50D or Nikon D5000. Do you want HD video?? what type of images are you going to take? all of this matters!

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    Canon 50D is a great Semi Professional camera. My friend have one and I'm thinking about buying a 50D. Since I love wild life photography I ll need telephoto lens. at least a 800mm one.

    But If you are new or don;t want to spend too much you can go for a Canon G11 or Canon SX20 IS. with G11 you can use lenses but SX20 has a fixed 28-560 Lens. Both cameras are less heavy than those big DSLR camera and cheaper too.

    Photography can be really expensive hobby !


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