Best Camera Quality vs Price?

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  1. Husky

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    Well, I'm VERY new to the newer generation of Digital cameras. And I'm looking to do more 'artsy' sorts of compositions. Last Camera I used was a Sony DSC-P52 (very old now). Seeing most of the shots taken on interfacelift really inspired me. So I'm looking for a good quality camera with definition and hopefully a relatively high shutter speed. Because the more I look, the harder it gets to choose. I was hoping for some experienced input. Much appreciated! =D
     
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    Any budget to mention?





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    Oh, right. 400-1200$ :D
     
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    Nikon D90 with 18-105mm VR lens. That will get you started and happy for quite some time.





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    Or the Canon T2i and 50mm f/1.8 prime for a superior company :p
     
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    And so it begins again....
     
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    You've noticed it too ;\
     
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    yup. Just try the above two out. Maybe there's some aspect in ergonomics that you don't like in one. The two mentioned cameras are both great. As for Canon vs. Nikon... there are plenty of threads. Just search them up! Make sure to stick with one though ;)
     
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    Also if you are interesting in which sensor is better.

    Compare cameras
     
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    Let me see...Canon, no, Nikon. HMMM, maybe I should just use a Kodak and stay out of trouble in this thread...:mrgreen:
     
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    Pentax K-X--it uses the same Sony-made sensor as the Nikon D90 and D5000, and it offers a lot of value for the money. It does high-ISO in-camera JPEGs quite well according to multiple reviews, and Pentax has a very solid line of excellent lenses that are specifically designed for 1.5x cameras, like their 60-250mm DA* (pronounced D A star) model and their 50-135mm f/2.8 DA* zoom, as well as a nice 16-50mm f/2.8 zoom. Pentax is small,light, well-sealed, AND very affordable. http://www.pentaximaging.com/camera-lenses/

    The 50-135mm f/2.8 has ED glass and a silent wave focusing motor,and is almost universally acclaimed by its owners Pentax smc DA 50-135mm f 2.8 ED IF SDM Lens: items on eBay.com
     

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