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Old 12-06-2010, 01:38 PM
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Nikon D7000? Not a bad set up for the money if what you're looking for is a DSLR.
Thanks. I was going to try so stay a little south of the D7000 price tag. However, Nikon is one of the brands I have been looking at as well as Sony and Canon.

The two objects of my affection lately have been the Sony A33 and the Rebel T1i or T2i. Seems like they are all high quality cameras with good reputations. Anyone have any thoughts on these?

Ultimately, my wife and I plan to do a lot of outdoor/nature and people pictures. We don't go to a lot of sporting events so most of our shots will be "stills". I am still considering whether I need high quality video. I don't use the video much now on my point and shoot and I imagine if I starting needing it more someday, I will go buy a video camera.

Thanks for any other advice you all have.
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