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a great professional camera for outdoor photography

Postby duckhunter23 » Sun Oct 03, 2010 3:56 pm

I am looking to get a camera to take great outdoor photo's of our hunts and of wildlife. would like something that has a great standard lens and can be able to get the attachment lens for zoon shots and all the other good stuff a camera can do. ANy input will be great.
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Re: a great professional camera for outdoor photography

Postby bluegoose_hunter » Sat Oct 16, 2010 8:18 pm

I'm shooting a Canon 40D. It will do what you are looking for. Here is an example pic I took.

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You can get the 40D used on ebay. I am more then happy with it. Or any other of the D series cameras would do what you are looking for.
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Re: a great professional camera for outdoor photography

Postby REM1100 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 1:41 am

I think a Sony A350 or 380 with the Sony/Tamron 18-250mm lens would be a good combo.
I use an older Sony A200 with the 55-200 and 18-50

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Re: a great professional camera for outdoor photography

Postby 1ynggun » Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:13 am

i am also interested as my wife is wanting to start taking classes. I have heard alot about the D series. What are differences in them?
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Re: a great professional camera for outdoor photography

Postby hamernhonkers » Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:49 pm

1ynggun wrote:i am also interested as my wife is wanting to start taking classes. I have heard alot about the D series. What are differences in them?


Crop factor, ergonomics, and quality are the biggest differences. xxxd or rebel series are the cheapest and smaller bodies with 1.6x crop factors, xxd bodies have more features and larger frames, and the xd bodies are the top in build and function, weather proofed, top of the line, full 35mm format on most etc. Depending on budget and need any of the cannon's will do well for ya.
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