Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Which Camera Would You Choose?

Believe it or not this is my 104th post... As a blogger that is huge because journaling has never been my strong suit. I mean I had a diary when I was a kid because you didn't have to write in a diary every day... And then I still would forget to write in it.

But I have so much good material in my zany life that this stuff usually writes itself. (more to come in my year-end wrap up special)

So... I've learned alot and the whole blogging from my iPhone has always been my thing but the more food I want to post the less I like my photos...(we don't pay for good lighting)

So I've decided it's time to get a good camera... I've done my research and narrowed it down to these two:




the Nikon D70

or





the Canon Eos Rebel XTI

I've read every review and they are both super close so I need feedback from photogs and bloggers alike...Which One?!?!




- Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone

4 comments:

  1. I have a Pentax K100 (its a few years old) and just love it! I sacrificed a higher resolution for anti-shake and a good white balance, but that's just preference. I don't print poster sized images, so it was an easy thing to give up. =)

    One thing I would suggest if you are going to do food photography is a good portrait lens - something like a 50mm f/1.4 - it can really help in low light/indoor settings.

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  2. I have the Canon Rebel XTI and I love it. I purchased the body with the kit lens, and have found very little, if anything I CAN'T do with it. I have been teaching myself about the mechanics over time and have really fell in love with food photography! With lots of natural light you are good to go!

    Cheers, Jess

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  3. I have an older Canon and I love it, they are so reliable and if you are going to travel with it de xti is smaller than the d70 and it has video capabilities :)

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  4. I have several Nikon and Canons and I like my Canons. They are a better fit for my small hands.

    Make sure you actually hold the camera to judge ease of use. Some cameras are designed for men and some for women.

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