Hi all, Somewhat of a newcomer to the field of photojournalism here - taking "Advanced Photojournalisn" next semester, a title probably not as intimidating as it sounds. Anyhow, I won't tell you what kind of camera I have at the moment, as I want completely objective opinions. I should be taking plenty of photos - volunteering for two small newspapers in addition to a Studio Photography class. These classes will require everything from feature photos to portraits and sports shots - bear in mind that I live in Minnesota, where the climate nor weather are particularly friendly. I work at a camera store, so I know some of my SLRs. The problem is that I sell mostly cheap compact cameras, so that is what I am required to know - my city isn't exactly a photographer's haven, so I rarely get to discuss them with someone who understands the need for an SLR. What I need is an objective opinion based on the above criteria, along with the following: Budget: 800-1000 dollars or lower, keeping in mind that I get 15 percent off everything listed here: http://www.ritzcamera.com/slr-digit...tal-cameras-and-accessories;cidigital-cameras Decent body, preferably lighter weight. I would prefer Canon, as I have a couple of their lenses and would rather not get more.