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  1. szoke91

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    after hours of reading this forum ive decided to join, im Rob, 18 from South yorkshire, England. ive allways been into take photos (mostly of railways/model railways and cars) and ive finally started to saving up for a dslr as the camera i have at the moment is a rubish point and shoot. i will have a budget off about £350 to £400 ($580 to $666).

    thanks, Rob
     
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    What a grate welcome. lol :lol:
     
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    Welcome, do you have any idea of what kind of DSLR you are looking for? I personally use Nikon but that is only a preference. I would recommends staying with Nikon or Cannon so that the lenses you purchase can be used down the road with camera upgrades. I am new to the forum as well but welcome none the less.
     
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    thanks and im not sure yet to be honest. somthink cheapish and reliable.
     
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    If you are going to do this as a serious I would recommend getting a decent camera (nikon or cannon) and spend what you can afford on the camera. Now that we are in the digital age the type of digital camera matters more than in the days of film but the quality of lenses (also called glass) is VITAL...
     
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    thanks again, heres a few pics that ive took on my point and shoot rubbish camera.

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    Welcome Rob what railways do you shoot at
     
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    been to doncaster station a few time, and barnsley when the tin bath specal come thru. why where do you go?
     
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    Hi Mate,

    I'm just up the road in Leeds.
    I've got a Nikon D50 with an Nikon 18-55mm lens for sale if you want it. Very, very light use as I bought my D200 very soon after.

    £250 + P&P

    Then all you need to do is save up for the specific lens you need as this is where you should invest most of your money. There is no point in chasing more and more pixels if you are shooting through poor glass.
    I have produced prints from this kit at 24 x 20" and they were very sharp.
    Give me a shout if you are interested via the e-mail or telephone on my website.

    Jonny
     
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    id rather buy brand new, duno y i always do lol. but thanks anyway
     
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    ADVICE; the best camera is the one you can afford; add lenses, CF cards, bag, software editing, printer, photo paper, ink and time; The sky is the limit

    Nikon Fan here.
     
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    i allready have photoshop cs3 genuine cope ;) lol
     

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