A&P SLR Camera Help

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Skizza20, Nov 20, 2002.

  1. Skizza20

    Skizza20 Robster craws? What the f*(& are robster craws?!?

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    I'm trying to pick out a decent SLR cam for my girlfriend and I keep coming across the Rebel 2000. I've actually used this cam, but I don't know enough about photography yet to decide if this is something that she'll outgrow quickly. She's still a beginner, but has a lot of potential and really enjoys photopraphy. Any suggestions on some good cams in that general price range ($175-$250, give or take)? Thanks guys.
     
  2. fishfry

    fishfry Guest

    i started with a rebel....

    that was a very good investment in my opinion...I got it 6 yrs ago(rebel XS at that time) and now have a new camera, but the rebel is still working just like new, ehehe:bigthumb:
     
  3. Skizza20

    Skizza20 Robster craws? What the f*(& are robster craws?!?

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    Cool, thanks fishfry. I'll look into that. :bigthumb:
     
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    one66stang Haters.com

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    Nikon N65

    great starter camera.
     
  5. Skizza20

    Skizza20 Robster craws? What the f*(& are robster craws?!?

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    I'm pretty much down to the N65 and the Rebel 2000/Ti. The only real advantage of the Ti over the 2000 is the metal mount ring for the lens, but that shouldn't be an issue as long as you don't abuse the setup. I should have one or the other any day now :bigthumb:
     
  6. bioyuki

    bioyuki Ich habe Angst

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    Go with the N65 and if you do choose Canon get the Ti. A metal mount is a must.
     

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