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I just got my Canon Rebel XTi yesterday!
I personally love it. Much better then my old 4 mp Kodak {censored}.

I took quite a few pics yesterday! Hobden-photography.ej.am

Tell me what you think of 'em

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Very nice camera! Are you a beginner photographer? Out of your pictures at Gorge Park, the "Onto the Dock" one is my favorite, it is quite good :D Nice shots.

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Yes, I just started photography. :-)
Thank you very much.

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what an awesome camera! looks like you are certainly taking some great shots too ;)

this is definitely a camera i have been looking at, it really is a great Canon product. as of now i have a nice 5 MB point and shoot, but what exactly are some differences that you have noticed in your upgrade?

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Join flickr, and then the insanelymac groupe, perry4 did exactly the same,

+isnt the XTi the same the 350D?

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I got my XTI (400D) about a week ago. I love it. I have ordered some new lenses, flash and 2GB CF card. I'm shooting in RAW and use Adobe's Aperture..

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what an awesome camera! looks like you are certainly taking some great shots too :)

this is definitely a camera i have been looking at, it really is a great Canon product. as of now i have a nice 5 MB point and shoot, but what exactly are some differences that you have noticed in your upgrade?

livestrong


There's a huge differnce , SLR's you can control everything. Point and shoot is so not.

Edited by Ictinike, 17 January 2007 - 02:51 AM.


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one of my best investment ... 350d slr digital rebel great camera kind of which i got it sooner.. 8mp alway shoot pictures in raw format a great wow...

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We just got out 350D - great for Astrophotography :) :thumbsup_anim:

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I have a 350D. I love it :(.

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Heres some pics ive taken with it.

Edited by Jeezoflip, 08 February 2007 - 12:38 AM.


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I got a Digital Rebel XtI for Xmas.

I have had exactly NO time to play with it though. I really want to get a flash, a 1.8 50mm and a better lens than the kit lens, but I'm a bit cash strapped at the moment. I've just recently become interested in photography and really want to take it up.

Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions for equipment?

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Nice, I just have a Nikon small camera, I am waiting for my tax return and then hope to get a better camera.

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Since I have some older Nikon Lenses, I have a Nikon D50 Digital SLR - works great. Looked at the Canon Rebel XTI but did not like they way it felt and the way manual modes were handled. This my opinion. Check out www.imaging-resource.com or wwww.dpreview.com for decent review




Note: The Nikon D50 has been replaced by the D40 (which is too small for my wishes) but can still be found for sale.

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I got a 350D a few weeks ago, too :) Great camera but the lens, icluded in the packet is {censored} :D Now I've got a Sigma DC 17-70mm and I love it :thumbsup_anim:

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I just bought the XTi with the 180mm L Series Macro lens. It's on it's way UPS now.

I picked it out for the sensor cleaner, since I primarily shoot macro. My wife has the 20D and loves it.

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Camera arrived. My new Rebel XTi is in many ways better than my wife's Canon 20D. The larger resolution and sensor cleaner are a must for a guy who shoots like I do.

Coupled with the 180mm f/3.5L Macro lens it's a powerhouse. Worth every penny too in my book. So much so, I took a picture of the penny for you.

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Nice shots :star_smile:

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I just got my Canon Rebel XTi yesterday!
I personally love it. Much better then my old 4 mp Kodak {censored}.

I took quite a few pics yesterday! Hobden-photography.ej.am

Tell me what you think of 'em


I got a sweet deal on a eos 300d with 3 or 4 lenses, plus that i have 3 canon EF lenses already. So i'm buyin that one, to start with.. And when the eos 40d comes out, i'm having that one as soon as i can..

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Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions for equipment?


i just got mine last night.
im going to get a battery grip first. it really improves the feel of this camera and extends the batter life by 100%.

next i am looking for a canon L series lens. they have way better optics than the kit lens it comes with and can produce images comparible to something like the 1Ds mkII.

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Just had a first proper shot at Astrophotography with our 350D - got some lovely pics of the lunar eclipse.
It's a good one for astrophotography, but I'm not sure if the 400D is actually better for everyday use.





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