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  1. #1
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    what u say!!???

    Greetings with a great respect to you all,

    I'm new here and this is my first thread, and I've some Qs:

    First group of Qs:

    1) If you where me, would you buy Canon EOS 350-D??

    2) What is its memory storage capacity limits and its type (SD, Duo,.....)??

    3) What about its optical zooming range??

    4) Does it have the capablity of recording videos??

    Second group Qs:

    1) What about Olympus stylus 1000??

    2) what is the difference between the digital and the digital SLR??

    3) What is the difference between COMS & CCD sensors and which is better?

    Lastly, the previous mentioned Qs may reflect a lack of info, but forgive me it is my first pleasure here and it is my first step into digital life or digital SLR life.

    Thanks a lot
    Sincerely

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    I'm new here and this is my first thread, and I've some Qs:


    First group of Qs:

    1) If you where me, would you buy Canon EOS 350-D??

    With out knowing what you need in a camera..this makes no sense

    2) What is its memory storage capacity limits and its type (SD, Duo,.....)??

    Read this...http://www.addonics.com/products/fla...utorial_fm.asp

    3) What about its optical zooming range??

    If you are talking about the Canon EOS 350-D, it depends on which lens you have on the body of the camera.

    4) Does it have the capablity of recording videos??

    No video on DSLR's

    Second group Qs:

    1) What about Olympus stylus 1000??

    It's not a very impressive camera..
    http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-came...-31965102.html

    2) what is the difference between the digital and the digital SLR??

    DSLR's allow you to change the lens and they don't do video plus many more.

    3) What is the difference between COMS & CCD sensors and which is better?

    http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/question362.htm

    That should answer most of the with out going into to much detail...
    Last edited by pas49ras; 12-07-2007 at 01:46 PM.
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    Greetings,

    Thanks a lot to your info which were of great help to me.

    Could you tell me more about the difference between digital cams and digital SLRs.

    Another thing which is my lack for the info, I'm afread that I be an annoying person to this forum, as u were a little tough :,-(
    Last edited by ivanoviskie; 12-07-2007 at 12:26 PM.

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    How about you start by telling us specifically what you expect out of your camera and how much you'd like to spend then it would be easier to make a recommendation. There's a form at the top of this section of the forum that people usually fill out.

    Here are some DSLR basics...
    http://www.digital-slr-guide.com/adv...r-cameras.html
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    Thank you very much,

    I'll consider what you said about filling that form but I still have one Q, I'm I able to have a camera that sums the feasurs of the Digital SLR and the ability to record videos, even if low quality videos, but it should have the capabiltiy of recording videos.

    After this Q i'l fill in that form

    Tanks
    Sincerely

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanoviskie View Post
    Thank you very much,
    I'm I able to have a camera that sums the feasurs of the Digital SLR and the ability to record videos,[/COLOR] even if low quality videos, but it should have the capabiltiy of recording videos.

    After this Q i'l fill in that form

    Tanks
    Sincerely
    There are no DSLR's that I know of that do videos...
    Doug
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    The budget is about 300 to 400 $ or may be more
    The size is not a matter

    the mega pixles is from 8-10 MP

    Ultrazooming is good

    The Quality should be as canon EOS D-350

    manual controls doesn't matter

    for taking a pictures for the patients in the hospitals who i should do a research for thes cases. and sure it will be used for other matters such a family use and nature pics......... it is a cam man, take a ic of every thing.
    And the VIDEO is an important feasure

    No I'll not make a pig prints of my photos

    For both indoor and outdoor use

    may be used for action and sport pics

    I Like Canon

    I Like EOS 350-D

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    Doesn't exist.

    Get a 350D with the kit lens and the Canon 70-300mm IS lens.

    Total cost around $1000.00

    Or just pick up the 350D and the kit lens for around $500.00 and get yourself started and save for a telephoto lens later.

    Oh...just read about the video requirement. Never mind.

    Doesn't exist.
    Last edited by JTL; 12-07-2007 at 02:39 PM.
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    Ok OK,

    I'm wrong to put such a spec that does not exist, I'm sorry

    I'm looking forward to have a came with your help, is this a possible request, would you mind helping me please.

    Best regards to you

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    You may think the DSLR is cool but you won't get any video and you won't get any telephoto with your budget. The best fit seems to be an ultra zoom. Canon S3 or S5 would work. Fuji S6000 if low light is a priority, but no image stabilization with this one.
    Lukas

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