Thread: best digital slr for the money
best digital slr for the money
Looking at a Nikon D3000/d3100. Opinions, ideas? Wanted for nature, art, and food photography.
Nikon D3100 is the newest generation with best rendition of colors. The D3000 has a CCD sensor that is dated technology, and has limited low light capability.
05-23-2011, 10:20 PM #4
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Our daughter who is a professional photographer got a Canon 7D, then a 5D. There are certain situations in which Nikon is better (I'm not a photographer, so I don't get it). After her series of weddings, she plans to get the Nikon as well.
BTW her photography is featured in Rue Magazine that just came out today. http://www.ruemag.com/issues/issue-five/
05-25-2011, 05:14 PM #5
I'm personally I Nikon fan. I have a D70 that I purchased about 5-6 years ago, and it still takes great pics. My wife has D50 that's even older and she loves it. That being said, I have a cousin that swears by Canon. Either way, you can't go wrong.
Ordered a D90 today. And now I have to wait and wait and wait....ohh do hurry up and arrive. I have waited so long already.Quit whining and RUN!!
CDD sensors camera have better color right out of the camera compare to CMOS sensor cameras.
On the D200 color rendition out the camera is much better than D300s. Anyways a these sensors are made by Sony.
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