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Lets say it like this.
If this camera suits your willings. And can create what you want. Then its a good camera for you. do not only pricepeep but try to see what you really want.
Some questions in the right order for you.
- What do you want to create
- The answer above, will this camera be good enough for that? For sports, its a pro to have a quick burst rate... For nightlife a high iso capeable camera.
The following question will be
- The camera you were looking for, suits that your needs?
- Is it within your budget.
So, what i am saying with this. First check on what you need. After that, check out what you want, and match a camera body to that.
Let a store inform you. Hold the camera. Ask the sales man good questions. Get to a store you can trust. With multiple brands so they can sell you a good camera.
Let us know if you are ready for it.
You can also buy from amazon if you are in america, if you have found the camera which suits your needs
Firstly let me say that Roy has said everything, basically you need to know exactly what you are going to shoot in order to then study what camera best suits you. Nothing better to help you decide, when you have some cameras in mind, then to go to a store and feel the camera in your hand, since that will help you decide and ask the salesman for some help if you have any doubts.
From personal experience, I have a Canon 600D (T3i) and let me say that I'm extremely happy with this camera .
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