I use a digital canon rebel 350D (about $450 on amazon)...but if you want a good camera that’s just a point and shoot, I would recommend staying between canon and nikon.posted almost 8 years ago
Good basics are a Canon Powershot SD1000, or a Powershot of a lower number. They produce really high quality images b/c the number of pixels they are and have a variety of different settings.
More expensive options are definitely Canon EOS and Canon Rebels; but they’re really good.
It depends on what you want in a camera and how much of an investment you’re ready to make. Keep in mind too, a Powershot or another simple digital camera will be small and easy to tote around. Higher quality cameras are usually larger and heavier; making them not as convenient for pictures at parties/vacations/etc.
I’ve just got a Nikon coolpix s220 camera as a christmas present and it seems like it will be good, though I haven’t actually seen the photos on the computer yet. It has a really strong flash though. I took a picture in my room last night when it was pitch black and the picture is still really bright and clear.posted almost 7 years ago
I have a Nikon d40 and I swear by it.
It was too expensive for an SLR and some of my friends and people I’ve met through art courses that do Photography say it’s a super good camera.
i have only a pink samsung s760, now its enough for me, but i would like a professional camera in the futureposted almost 7 years ago
I have a canon powershot, but i hope to update soon. I HAVE TO UPDATE SOON.posted almost 7 years ago
i own a sanyo e1075 digital camera, but I want a more professional camera, but that’s when i start making more money :)posted almost 7 years ago
I have a Canon Eos 400D, it’s great, and mainly it’s not that expensive and complicated.posted almost 7 years ago