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mihaimcm
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I have 500$ to spend for a camera can someone tell me a good one that I can buy? Or maybe I will go a bit over the 500$,any suggestion is welcomed. Thx.

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SteveSolanki
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Please see http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos1100D .I think it fits your budget.I bought this few months back.Happy with it

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StormDesigns
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At that price Pentax KR is pretty good, you can also check the Nikon D5100 .

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dnp_theme
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Nikon D3200 , the new best entry level!!

I own Nikon D3100 , it’s cheaper and it’s the good old best entry level :)

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chiccosinalo
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Please see http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos1100D .I think it fits your budget.I bought this few months back.Happy with it

This is a good entry into the DSLR family.

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biyanpasau
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There’s no big gap among versions mentioned above without good lens. I personally have Nikon D5100 with telephoto lens and macro lens.

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pezflash
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The reflex market updates quite quickly, professional photographers change their bodies quite fast, so i think you can find really good deals on second hand market, if you find a reliable dealer. Also, never (EVER, EVER ) buy a reflex+lens pack. Buy just the body, and spend some bucks on a good lense. Good photographs are taken with the lens, not with the body. Body will give you features, speedness, usability, but not image quality, except for the sensor size.

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studio_21
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I suggest to go with the Canon T3i (it`s 50 bucks over your money – body only) but you will love it. You will also need to buy a separate lens.

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3Ddym
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Checkout Nikon D90 , it’s superb

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NCheng
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I’ve got the Nikon D 3100 and I love it!

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