Digital cameras

Discussion in 'The Loafing Shed' started by MyTeDun, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. MyTeDun

    MyTeDun Senior Member

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    Pixels? How many

    Optical zoom? How much

    What do you reccomend?

    Professional grade so lens can be interchanged~

    What model do you have or would like?
     
  2. cherokee

    cherokee New Member

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    I took this pic using a kodak c632 with flash off and did not zoom in

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    I was crossing the jacks fork river down in eminance when I took it. I didn't
    realize untill I got home just what I had gotten I have another one just like it
    that if you flip it upside down it looks like the same picture.
     

  3. Cadence

    Cadence New Member

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    Nikon D40x would be a good starter. I like anything Nikon!!!
     
  4. 4horses

    4horses New Member

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    Great starter camera and yes, Nikon anything!
     
  5. MyTeDun

    MyTeDun Senior Member

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    I'll explain a little bit better--

    Looking for more professional level camera with incredible zoom/lens/filters

    Want to be able to take quality shots in high resolution in order to enlarge


    I have several lens from my Minolta 35mm along with AF35-700 zoom lens (Minolta bought out by Sony) I can use them on a Sony digital

    IS IT WORTH IT? Are Sony Digitals good cameras? or should I buy something totally different, starting from scratch

    I have researched, I have asked sales people at camera stores. All they want to do is sell me the most expensive camera they have----I'm hoping someone has a reasonably good camera and give me advice.

    I'm not a beginner but not a pro either, lots to learn (have done several weddings, and lots of landscapes)