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  1. spachakis

    spachakis TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    I would like some advice from anyone that is will to share their photo-wisdom with me. Ive had a wee Fuji S5000 camera for a good wee while now and am thinking of moving on to some of the more serious bad boys that are out there. I was contemplating of getting the Nikon D90 but thats just an idea.. I dont know where to go with this. Can anybody give me some advice pls?

    Many thanks,

    Stella
     
  2. Hardrock

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    Your best bet is to go to a camera store and try them out for youself. Ive heard the Nikon d90 is a great camera, but Im partial to Canon so I say go with Canon. But to be honest both systems are great.
     
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    IgsEMT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    In the last 5-6 yrs, I had a pleasure of working with both Nikon and Canon brands. Both deliver outstanding performance in terms of build & image quality. HOWEVER, similarly to Hardrock who's leaning towards Canon, I lean towards Nikon and only b/c I like the feel of Nikon brand in my hand - just feel more comfortable with it.

    Go to the store, play with them...
     
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    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Yuppers... I agree. Nikon and Canon are both very good brands, and both offer great build quality as well as image quality.

    I researched and tried both before I bought my Canon 50D.

    I was leaning towards the Nikon D90, but when I held them in my hand I loved the solid feel of the Canon 50D. The Nikon D300 is much more solid than the D90... But much more expensive as well. (at least it was when I made my purchase).
     

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