I've been shooting film for "serious" photography and digital for snapshots. Since it is so much more hassle shooting film than digital I decided it was time to get a better professional camera. My film SLRs are Nikon so I considered getting a Nikon digital SLR since I already have some lenses (though most are manual focus). I ended up going with a new type of digital camera called Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens (EVIL). The model I chose is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3. It seems to have the best combination of features. Nikon's Nikon One is their EVIL system but I'm not that impressed with it since the model that includes a built-in eye level viewfinder is more expensive than the Panasonic and Nikon has a smaller digital sensor.
Don't get too obsessive about equipment. The nut behind the camera matters a lot more than the camera itself. The photographer's knowledge, skill, imagination, and vision is what creates great images; not the hardware.
Canon Rebel! My dad's friend does photography for a living and he requested I get that to start out. Do you have a page or site with your photography so far on it? I would love to look at it. I have a page on facebook with my stuff on it.
Canon rebel t3i. Just got mine. Its pretty much amazing! Lens comes off. Has image stabilizer which is a plus! Highly suggest canon !
My first one was a Sony cyber shot DSC-H50 ,9.1-megapixel shooter,15x optical zoom works really well i still use it.
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There's no such a thing as a beginner camera. If you can get a good camera, do it, and enjoy using it.
my best friend takes amazing photos with a nikon d90
Does she take Landscape photos or nature?
I heard cameras from Nikon are good.
go for nikon l120 or nikon d3100