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what film SLR camera to choose?

Dear Sir

I saw your site about cameras and I would like to ask you an advice for Slr film cmera

I have never used such a camera and I am confused to choose.
My budget is till 300$

I saw some cameras such as canon eos elan II 28-80mm / canon eos rebel ti 35mm 28-90 / canon rebel t2 with ef 28-90 / nikon n65 af lens 28-80 / nikon n75 / canon eos rebel ti quartz date 28-90

Could you please advice me!

Thank you very much
yours faithfully

anna filipoff
Sat, 7 May 2005 13:05:17 +0200 (CEST)

Hi Anna,

I think as a beginner, it doesn't really matter which film SLR you pick, because you have so much to learn. Any of the SLR cameras you pick will be far more potent than you ever imagined.

I started learning photography on a Canon EOS Rebel G. It was a great beginner's camera. I am sure any of the Canon's current Rebel line-up will be a good candidate as a first camera. There are not much feature differences between the current Rebel models. Pick the one that looks and handles the best for you.

If you think you will ever become a more advanced SLR photographer, I would suggest you go with the Canon Elan series. They have more advanced features that are geared toward the professionals.

Chieh Cheng
Tue May 10 12:11:37 PDT 2005

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