About a month and a half ago, I finally joined the digital photography revolution. I’ve been a film hold out, waiting for the right balance of price and quality in a DSLR. Finally, the time came to sign up for the revolution.My weapon of choice in this revolution is a Canon EOS 450D. My version, here in Japan, is called the Canon Kiss X2.My version was the double lens kit. One is an 18~55mm, and the other is a 55~250mm, providing great versatility and decent image quality. And with my16GB... continue reading
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Just last week, I have brought my first DSLR camera: a Canon EOS 450D with the default objective EFS 18-55mm. For the last 4-5 years I have used compact cameras to create stock photos, and since they managed to pay for themselves, I've decided that it was the time to pass on the next level. I this article I will try to present my feelings on this transition.I've started my path into the photography world while doing my master studies in Tokyo, Japan. It was for the first time I've purchased myself... continue reading
Finally after a long time in photography and then an exciting time in stock photography, I finally ordered for my new DSLR. I bought the Canon Rebel XSI / 450 D with Canon 18-55mm IS Lens & Tamron 70-300mm Di LD Macro Lens. I also got a Canon Battery Grip BG-E5. I am very satisfied with the camera (have to be). Additionally small accessories like 8GB SDCard, Card reader, spare battery & Image recall software to revive data deleted from a card. I ordered all this from Amazon, and after the camera was... continue reading
Does anyone want to sell their 18-55 IS lens?This is the new image stabilized one I am referring to; the one that is coming packaged as the kit lens with the all new Rebel Xsi (450D)ORIf anyone will be buying the Xsi soon, maybe we can work out a deal if you don't plan on keeping the kit lens.I am pretty sure it costs about $100 extra.I am located in the northeast US.firstname.lastname@example.org continue reading
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