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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 1:45 am Post subject: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 Hi,
 I  am  planning  to  Buy  a  Camera  for  photographing  Fishes  and  Birds,My  budget  is  around  Rs.20000,which  camera  I  can  go  for  and  what  is  the  best  camera  availble
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 What  you  want  buddy  DSLR  or  Zoom  one?
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 If  20K  is  your  closed  budget,  you  may  choose  from  good  high  zoom  P&S  cams.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 7:58 am Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 If  you  can  stretch  your  budget  by  couple  of  thousands  more,  you  can  get  entry  level  SLR:  Canon  1000D  with  18-55mm  Kit  Lens.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:09 am Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 Hi,
 I  want  to  by  an  P  &  S  high  Zoom  camera  can  you  mention  some  brands  and  models
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 If  underwater  videos  and  photos  are  the  things  you  are  looking  for,  you  might  want  to  check  out  the  olypmus  tough  series.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:53 am Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 http://dpreview.com/news/1102/11020110sonyhx100vhx9v.asp
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:52 am Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

                                                   
Yogesh  wrote  (View  Post):                
If  you  can  stretch  your  budget  by  couple  of  thousands  more,  you  can  get  entry  level  SLR:  Canon  1000D  with  18-55mm  Kit  Lens.                

 
 Kit  lens  would  not  be  suitable  for  birding  at  all.
 
 A  decent  combo,  I'd  say  a  used  Canon  1000D  body  +  used  55-250  IS  lens,  in  good  condition  should  cost  ~25K,  17K+8K  respectively.  If  you  can  up  the  budget  a  bit  more,  then  opt  for  a  550  body  (highly  recommended).
 
 You  can  opt  for  the  50  f/1.8  later  if  budget  permits  for  fish  photography,  again  a  used  may  cost  about  ~3.5K,  new  is  @~4.7K.
 
 I'd  strongly  recommend  to  opt  for  a  used  equipment  in  good  condition  &  later  upgrade  to  New  equipment  based  on  level  of  interest.  With  some  hands  on  experience,  you'll  be  able  to  judge  better  for  yourself.  
 
 Before  you  buy  ...Do  get  someone  experienced  to  check  the  equipment  for  you  if  you  are  not  sure  on  how  to....
 
 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:28 am Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 any  good  source  to  buy  used  camera/lens  ??
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 Hi,Dheepak  thanks  for  your  reply
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2011 5:00 pm Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 With  your  budget,  it  is  unlikely  to  get  a  suitable  equipment  for  both  application  as  aquatic  and  bird  photography  requires  equipment  that  is  totally  world  apart.
 
 I  suggest  you  get  hold  of  a  point  and  shoot  cam  that  has  some  short  zoom  range,  macro  mode  and  with  a  hot  shoe.  you  may  get  a  full  manual  flash  and  an  extension  cables.  With  these  equipment,  you  should  be  able  to  produce  good  fish  photography.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 06, 2011 11:33 pm Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 Hi,
 Amiidae  can  u  suggest  some  good  models  for  atleast  fish  photography
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 1:48 am Post subject: Re: Which Camera to choose Reply with quote

 Hi,I  have  purchased  Canon1100d  now  what  lence  to  be  used  for  bird  photography  can  i  buy  75-300mmlence  need  suggestions
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anandflower  wrote  (View  Post):                
 what  lence  to  be  used  for  bird  photography  can  i  buy  75-300mm                  

 
 Lot  of  factors  one  needs  to  consider  before  just  saying  that  75-300mm  is  good  to  go...  Optical  IQ,  Zoom/Prime,  Fast  lenses,  IS  (Image  Stabilizer),  Cost.
 
 You  are  better  off  on  dedicated  forums  for  this  query...  Like  INW,  JJmehta,  BPC.  You'll  get  to  know  what  others  use  for  this  purpose  and  how  the  images  appear  when  shot  from  different  type  of  lenses  &  body.  It  will  help  you  clarify  doubts.
 
 Difficult  to  say  which  one  you  should  buy  w/o  knowing  your  budget...  But,  I'd  say  yes
 300mm  f/4  IS  USM  or  400mm  f/5.6  USM  is  a  good  start,  else  55-250  mm  IS  is  bare  minimum..
 
 Understanding  of  the  Potential  and  the  limitation  of  the  lens  will  help  you  in  the  long  run  &  more  importantly  avoid  frustration,  however  to  be  done  before  you  shortlist  /  purchase.
 
 Except  for  perched  birds  with  2fps  body  your  keep  rates  will  be  very  low...However  for  the  given  budget  this  was  the  best  you  could  get..
 
 For  further  info.  pls  visit  those  dedicated  forums.
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anandflower  wrote  (View  Post):                
 what  lence  to  be  used  for  bird  photography  can  i  buy  75-300mm                  

 
 Lot  of  factors  one  needs  to  consider  before  just  saying  that  75-300mm  is  good  to  go...  Optical  IQ,  Zoom/Prime,  Fast  lenses,  IS  (Image  Stabilizer),  Cost.
 
 You  are  better  off  on  dedicated  forums  for  this  query...  Like  INW,  JJmehta,  BPC.  You'll  get  to  know  what  others  use  for  this  purpose  and  how  the  images  appear  when  shot  from  different  type  of  lenses  &  body.  It  will  help  you  clarify  doubts.
 
 Difficult  to  say  which  one  you  should  buy  w/o  knowing  your  budget...  But,  I'd  say  yes
 300mm  f/4  IS  USM  or  400mm  f/5.6  USM  is  a  good  start,  else  55-250  mm  IS  is  bare  minimum..
 
 Understanding  of  the  Potential  and  the  limitation  of  the  lens  will  help  you  in  the  long  run  &  more  importantly  avoid  frustration,  however  to  be  done  before  you  shortlist  /  purchase.
 
 Except  for  perched  birds  with  2fps  body  your  keep  rates  will  be  very  low...However  for  the  given  budget  this  was  the  best  you  could  get..
 
 For  further  info.  pls  visit  those  dedicated  forums.
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