Camera??

South Korea
February 28, 2011 7:01am CST
Well i'm planning on buying a camera. The thing is, i don't know which to buy. Can you guys suggest me some good cameras?? btw i'm planning on buying a DSLR. Thanks a lot.
10 responses
@cyan9306 (67)
• China
3 Mar 11
I have a canon 550D and it seems not bad.BUT its image quality is not as good as Pentax-kx and more expensive than Pentax.
• South Korea
4 Mar 11
OMG i just checked the Pentax-kx and i absolutely loved it.. hmm now i don't know if i should get a Pentax or a Canon.
• China
4 Mar 11
Just pick the one you like better|0|
• South Korea
4 Mar 11
hehe yeah sure will. i need to check on my cash first lol anywya thanks.
@lhenpaule (497)
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
Oh actually i am planning to buy also for my daughter. Camera is her request gift when she graduated next year in college. You know my daughter is fond of taking pictures thru her cellphone. I wish to get suggestions here on what camera brand is most appropriate.
• South Korea
1 Mar 11
Oh that is so cool. I don't think my parents will be buying me a camera because i lost one couple of months ago, and it was bought by them. I know, i feel so bad but i tried searching a lot for it but didn't find it :( Anyway i hope you get the perfect camera for your daughter. Have a good day.
• Philippines
2 Mar 11
It will take a year before my daughter will graduate from college, i suppose by that time i have enough money to buy one.
@larrychen (165)
28 Feb 11
I am using Nikon D90 now, which is really a good choice for a DSLR. Of course there are still many other good DSLRs, depending on how much money you will spend. You will get some great photography experience with a DSLR. Good for you.
• South Korea
1 Mar 11
Actually i don't know which one to buy. I'm a student so what fdo you think is suitable for me??
1 Mar 11
Since you are still a student, I think Nikon D3000 is okay. D90 is much more experience than D3000. There are also many new types from which you can choose. Just pay attention~
@shibham (17025)
• India
1 Mar 11
DSLR is fine for shooting. I bought my camera on last December when my sister marriage was organized. Its a nikkon and working fine for me. have a nice day.
• South Korea
1 Mar 11
Most of the comments here are on nikkon. Maybe i should consider buying it . What model do you think is suitable for a student??
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
lucky that you can buy one! i can't even afford one right now. i just borrow from my brother but if given the money or the free camera i would opt for nikon..dont know what kind but friend says its a good one hahaha
• South Korea
1 Mar 11
Actually i lost my camera couple months ago. I wanted to buy a new one coz i really need one. The camera on my phone is really crappy. Maybe i should consider nikon too.. hmmmm...
@TheCatLady (4695)
• Israel
28 Feb 11
If you already have an old fashioned SLR with lenses, then but a DSLR that can use the lenses that you already have. That way you can save on the lenses.
• South Korea
1 Mar 11
No actually i lost my camera couple months ago so i'm thinking of buying a new one. Any suggestion on what would be appropriate for students??
• China
21 Mar 11
In my opinion sony is the best. As i have use different type digital camera but found sony digital camera which is cybar short is very very good. So you can buy this one. Good luck!
@edsss17 (4398)
• Philippines
9 Mar 11
Wow! Congratulations.. I'm also into photography but at the moment I can't afford for a DSLR.. According to my friends Nikon DSLR Camera is good! :)
@crystal11 (158)
• Malaysia
9 Mar 11
I have a canon powershot. No complaints and my daughter has a Lumix, also no complaints. Photos come out gorgeous. It all depends on what you want to use the camera for. If you just want to take photos fast, then a point and shoot will do fine. If you want to dabble with the manual controls and take photography seriously, then a dslr is an advantage. I am partial to canon :)
@marcmm (1806)
• Malaysia
6 Mar 11
I think Canon is a good option for DSLR camera. Most of the camera retailer will recommended Canon. There also people who have been in photography for a long time love Canon as well. The advantages of Canon is you can use the same lense for all of the Canon DSLR camera no matter what model it is, high end or low end, they all can use the same lens. Unlike other brands, whenever you want to change camera, there is a possibility you have to buy new lense because the new camera might not supported the lense you use for you old camera. As far as quality concern, I think everybody have their own liking and opinion. Maybe you can see sample of the certain camera model before buying new camera.