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  1. LEYENDA PRODUCTIONS

    LEYENDA PRODUCTIONS TPF Noob!

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    HELLO EVERYONE I RUN A MUSIC RECORDING STUDIO. BUT I DECIDED TO GET A GOOD DIGITAL CAMERA SO I CAN TAKE PICTURES OF ARTISTS WHEN THEY RECORD AND ALSO AT SHOWS ETC. SOME PEOPLE TOLD ME TO GET A NIKON D70 IS THAT A GOOD CHOICE? AND ALSO CAN ANYONE SHOW ME SOME PICTURES TAKEN WITH THAT CAMERA PLEASE THANX.

    I'M LOOKING TO SPEND NO MORE THAN 1500$ THNK YOU GUYS ONCE AGAIN.
     
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    i would reccomend a Canon 350D or Rebel XT in america with a 50mm f1.8
    and maybe a 28-90mm f4-5 which would come under your budget
     
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    Both Canon and Nikon make great cameras. I would suggest spending some time on http://www.dpreview.com/ and then in a store, handing them. It will come down to what features you want and how it feels in your hand, and not brand.

    And also fair warning: it's going to take some practice to get good shots. I only say this because a lot of people buy an expensive digital expecting it to give them great shots, but it's only a piece of equipment. As I'm sure you know, an expensive mixing board doesn't make a great producer.

    You don't say how experienced you are, but I'd spend some time with books or some classes, so that you get familiar with photography.
     
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    LEYENDA PRODUCTIONS TPF Noob!

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    DOes anyone here have any links to some photos taken with those cameras mentioned above thanx.
     
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    Rus_T TPF Noob!

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    Also look into the new Olympus E500. You can pic up a two lens kit for about $800. The two lens kit comes with a 14-45 & 40-150 zoom lenses. The Nikon D50 is a good choice as well.
     
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    THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP SO FAR.
    ONE MORE THING WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NIKON D70 AND A NIKON D70S? THANX
     
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    digital flower No longer a newbie, moving up!

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