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    Heh...parents just gave me their old camera stuffs.

    Problem is the camera has been stolen, so I've received a padded bag, some lens cleaning fluid, a Ricoh camera manual and an old school Haminex flash.


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    With regards to the Nikon/Canon thing, it's pretty much just which one your more comfortable using now. Their so similar and both such high standard cameras (entry level such as Canon 400/450D and something like a Nikon D40) that you can't go wrong with either. It's just which ones you'd prefer using I reckon.

    Man I can't wait to get driving so I can get around to take some pictures.

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    Nub question here
    Alright, how hard is to grasp using a DSLR compared to a regular point and shoot? I been thinking long and hard (hehe) about gettin one, but i dont wanna get it and be like "shit, now i need lessons on how to use the ****er".

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    No idea about a DSLR, but an SLR is pretty simple to use; you just have to get used to adjusting your exposure and focus.
    I assume a DSLR would be the same, just with the added digital interface and features.

    I'm thinking about getting me one, maybe with graduation money...
    It couldn't hurt to make a little money from photography on the side. xD

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    Thanks Rob, I mainly want one cuz i think it will help my graphics out big time. i could shoot watever i want instead of gettin google images and asking people to use theres. plus i wouldnt mind a few nice shots hanging in my house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliss View Post
    Thanks Rob, I mainly want one cuz i think it will help my graphics out big time. i could shoot watever i want instead of gettin google images and asking people to use theres. plus i wouldnt mind a few nice shots hanging in my house.
    Just keep in mind that a dSLR doesnt make you a good photographer! It just allows you to get better shots in less light, and gives you better depth-of-field.

    Definately consider one, and as said, to really get 'pro photos' you will have to drop big money on expensive lenses. (To give you even better low light performance, more depth of field, and better sharpness/colour).

    I think anyone with a bit of knowledge can work out an SLR, and in the meantime there is the full Auto mode until you feel comfortable trying the Manual stuff.



    Example of low-light performance...this was taken in restaurant with dull flourescent lights:
    Last edited by Deanis; 02-17-2009 at 06:25 PM.


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    That steak was drool worthy.

    Then I had to skull that jug ROFL.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanis View Post
    and in the meantime there is the full Auto mode until you feel comfortable trying the Manual stuff.
    Nice, thanks man! Thats what i wanted to know. I have no problem taking the time to learn how to focus and what not, but I just dont want to start completely in the dark. Thanks again. Might be investing in one come summer time.

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