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    Still trying to figure out what type of camera I'd like...
    I take Creative Photo at school, and we've got simpler digital cameras.
    I always use the Canon (or, when she let's me, the Olympus).
    And as I've got a trip coming up this summer, my parents are talking about getting us cameras. So what should I put on my wishlist?

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    What kind of budget we talking here?

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    That depends on what my mother's willing to spend, but I'd go with $100-$200. I'm not expecting the greatest camera in the world but I would like some options... Who knows, I might be able to score an awesome camera...
    But the budget is probably limited to $100, maybe $150...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogki View Post
    That depends on what my mother's willing to spend, but I'd go with $100-$200. I'm not expecting the greatest camera in the world but I would like some options... Who knows, I might be able to score an awesome camera...
    But the budget is probably limited to $100, maybe $150...
    Nice Point and Shoots are going to continue to come down in price since DSLR's are becoming more affordable. Maybe look at a non-mirrored DSLR.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirrorl...le-lens_camera


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakemeister View Post
    Nice Point and Shoots are going to continue to come down in price since DSLR's are becoming more affordable. Maybe look at a non-mirrored DSLR.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirrorl...le-lens_camera
    it wouldn't be a DSLR without a mirror. DSLR = Digital Single Lens Reflex

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    It'll probably be a point and shoot. I've been looking and I've got one in mind...
    I don't have any experience with a DSLR, and my sister will probably be getting the same camera, so a point and shoot will work out well for both of us.

    http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/sto...16721#overview

    My mother is considering one of these for my sister, and herself. Would this be a good option for a two-week road trip (and obviously after the trip we'll be using them).

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    I don't recommend Sony cameras because of the proprietary card they use.

    Get the most expense Canon or Nikon point and shoot you can

    - from a former electronics store employee and employed full time in film now

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    I've found one I really like - issue being it's $50 more than my mother really wanted to spend. For al 3 of us to get it, she'd spend $450...

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Canon+-+...&skuId=4858411

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    I have a DSLR and a point and shoot. My DSLR is a Canon and my point and shoot is a Sony. Both brands are great and if your budget only allows you the Sony go for it. I have a Sony Cybershot 14.1MP I picked up for about 130 bucks over a year and half ago. The colors and clarity it gets for a camera that only costs 130 bucks are incredible.

    Frogki, here are a few pictures can you tell what camera was used without cheating?












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    Hmm. Would those be Sony photos? lol
    Well I'm looking at all the options. I liked the Sony - and my camera teacher is helping me look for photos as well, so I'll let you know what I decide on. The Sony was my favorite from the beginning, but the whole SD card thing discouraged me from buying a Sony. But I love your photos, and it has the panoramic option I really want...
    Anyway, I'll let you know what I decide on soon...

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    The top 4 are from the Sony and the bottom 2 are from my Canon DSLR.

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    How do you guys clean your SLR's lenses and what else do you guys do to maintain them in top shape? Sorry, I'm such a noob with this equipment..

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