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03-22-2013, 12:05 AM
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Originally Posted by PyrettaBlaze View Post
No, it will not. Knowing how to properly use a camera is what's most important.

Nikon D5100 and Canon T3i are the cameras you should be looking at.

http://snapsort.com/compare/Canon-T3i-vs-Nikon-D5100

http://www.thephoblographer.com/2011...-vs-canon-t3i/

Yeah, the image quality isn't going to change much for nearly any entry level camera that came out around the same time.

The image quality is only going to improve as you buy better lenses, which are more expensive than the camera itself.

Can't go wrong with either camera discussed above. I went with the Canon because of the what the guy said above. My best buddy has owned Canon's forever, so I can use his expensive lenses if I want. I previously had a Olympus E-520 which was a pretty solid camera as well, but it's older now. And before that, I had a Pentax, which I didn't really like.

I also recommend a battery pack for whatever camera you buy. It just makes the camera feel much nicer in your hands.

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