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Please help solve my confusion

justmyhobby

Brisbane, AU
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justmyhobby Registered since 29th Nov 2005
Tue 29-Nov-05 06:10 PM

Hello Everyone....

I am looking forward to buy a D50.....but i am confused (like many others).....D50 or D70s.....

I am a hobby photographer and currently i own an f75.....i dont know if i should mention it here but i had originally made up my mind to buy the rebel XT.....one reason was that i presume that canon has better lenses (correct me if i am wrong).....but on actually holding the camera i was not impressed with its build quality and size.....i feel that although its a DSLR its a camera which is between some point and shoot cameras and DSLR segment.....anyways....i got to click a pic from the XT and the D50....there was a difference (i guess that was due to white balance) and later studying the review of d50 here at nikonians i realized thats because a default IIIa setting which makes the pics more saturated.....anyways.....the XT is almost out of my reckoning.....

now the issue is d50 or d70s.....i dont know much abt photography as such.....why i wanna get a dslr is so that i can immediately see if the pics i have clicked have come good or not.....cause many a times i take some pictures with different exposures which donot come out good and make me feel depressed.....so basically i wanna learn about different exposure modes etc.....i know about the differences between the two cameras....i have read them.....but how much do these actually matter is what i am not able to find out....also consider this that i may probably not upgrade to any other camera....so its like a long term investment....

so please suggest me what should i do....

thanks
kush

JustMyHobby
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