What is the best dSLR camera out there right now?

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jhon martinvish jhon martinvish Post 1 of 18
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I'm interested in photography and I want to know what is the best quality dSLR out there right now? I'm a beginner, so I probably would need something that is user-friendly, but also the best of its kind. My price range would be anything from $600-2000. If you could recommend anything for me, that would be great!

I would also like to know, how can you tell a good quality camera from an okay one?
Jürgen W2 Jürgen W2 Post 2 of 18
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Wrong question, mate.

It's the person behind the cam which makes great pics.

And the lenses are very important.

And, of course, the light.

And the decisive moment.

And after all that it's the cam.
Vladimir Plugnikov Vladimir Plugnikov Post 3 of 18
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Ideal set For 2000$ = Canon 650D body + Canon 18-135/f3,5-5,6 IS USM lens + Canon 580 Flash
Jürgen W2 Jürgen W2 Post 4 of 18
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Quote: Vladimir Plugnikov 17.09.12, 20:15To the cited postIdeal set For 2000$ = Canon 650D body + Canon 18-135/f3,5-5,6 IS USM lens + Canon 580 Flash

There is not an "ideal" camera if it's not sure what the thread opener wants to do with it.

Fancy he's doing landscapes - why does he need a flash?
NicoleJ NicoleJ Post 5 of 18
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I think for me the best DSLR camera these day is Canon because of its quality and performance..

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vitagraf vitagraf   Post 6 of 18
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Quote: jhon martinvish 15.09.12, 14:58To the cited postI'm interested in photography and I want to know what is the best quality dSLR out there right now?
I recommend ...
... for fast action: Nikon D4 (10.5 photos per second)
... as a top quality allround tool: Canon 5D Mark III (very good high ISO quality, great AF of the 1Dx)
vitagraf vitagraf   Post 7 of 18
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Quote: NicoleJ 12.01.13, 04:49To the cited postI think for me the best DSLR camera these day is Canon because of its quality and performance.
Canon and Nikon show us a neck-and-neck race.
Helldunkel Helldunkel Post 8 of 18
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Quote: vitagraf 23.01.13, 19:56To the cited postI recommend ...
... for fast action: Nikon D4 (10.5 photos per second)


He says that his budget is arround $600-2000, find me a D4 at that price and I will buy it instantly...

The best camera he can possibly buy at that price tag would be the Nikon D7000 which I highly recommend, it is my all time favourite camera and it shoots 6 frames per second and has 39 active focus points....
Helldunkel Helldunkel Post 9 of 18
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Quote: NicoleJ 12.01.13, 04:49To the cited postI think for me the best DSLR camera these day is Canon because of its quality and performance..

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As a general rule, Nikon always have a better sensor for the price which can be interesting depending which photography you are into...
Sweta Jain Sweta Jain Post 10 of 18
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How about the DSLR- Nikon D7100 its really fantastic.. you can even make the special effects through simple Trick Photography - http://4a3091k8sper6xf3oa4iypet1b.hop.clickbank.net/
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. If you are just starting out with digital photography, the D3100 is one camera ... DSLR cameras combine single-lens reflex camera technology, with modern ... You also cannot use wireless remote, and there's no depth of field preview.





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Babak J Babak J Post 12 of 18
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If you want serious firepower go with the Nikon D3X or the Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III, or why not the Hasselblad H4D-60?

Well you probably need to sell your house first, but thats the best quality dSLRs out there right now :)
xxx xxx xxx xxx Post 13 of 18
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In this section we'll take a look at the best Nikon DSLRs that are either current models or still available for purchase. ... wide a sensitivity range as the D3s, and there's also no video recording.





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Brecken Gates Brecken Gates Post 14 of 18
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Quote: Sweta Jain 15.04.13, 12:42To the cited postHow about the DSLR- Nikon D7100 its really fantastic.. you can even make the special effects through simple Trick Photography - http://4a3091k8sper6xf3oa4iypet1b.hop.clickbank.net/Quote: jhon martinvish 15.09.12, 14:58To the cited postI'm interested in photography and I want to know what is the best quality dSLR out there right now? I'm a beginner, so I probably would need something that is user-friendly, but also the best of its kind. My price range would be anything from $600-2000. If you could recommend anything for me, that would be great!

I would also like to know, how can you tell a good quality camera from an okay one?

I recently bought a Nokia D7 100 and I think its a really good bargain! Even though I am kind of new to photography and still getting use to the features but it is definitely worth a shot. Do buy good quality lenses alongside.
Makinov Makinov Post 15 of 18
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Canon bro... I Like it, and now I use EOS 550D
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