Robbie N 11:15pm, 28 February 2010
I think i successfully put film in my camera.
Just thought I'd let you know that.
HBRstudios 8 years ago
LOL-- Good job!
Robbie N 8 years ago
Baha. (:
do you know if First Photo sells DSLR's??
i might be going there Wednesday...
First photo does, so does Bestbuy, Walmart, Officemax, Sam's Club
enchanted afternoon [deleted] 8 years ago
Sams club, eh? Perhaps they sell them in bulk? Ha! Here...have 5 D3's for $40,000.99.
JustinSinks 8 years ago
Why would you need a DLSR? You seem to already have a film camera you just got film into.
N. Lindstrom Photo 8 years ago
Film cameras don't have a "$" setting like DSLR's do....
Robbie N 8 years ago
@sharksurfer i want a DLSR because then i wouldnt have to install all the software for my printer into my laptop just to scan the photos.
and i wouldn't have to wait for the photos to develop. and i would have 3 different cameras. (compact, film and eventually a DLSR)

@Shawn T thanks! :D do you know about how much they would be?
JustinSinks 8 years ago
I was teasing ;)
Robbie N 8 years ago
@SS haa, okay. i took it the wrong way. i tend to do that a lot these days.
enchanted afternoon [deleted] Posted 8 years ago. Edited by enchanted afternoon (member) 8 years ago
Shawn T will probably tell ya to venture in the Canon group. Haha! Nikon has one for $550 which includes a 18-55mm lens. It's the new D3000 which has received really good reviews from it's inception. It's a starter DSLR. Of Course you could get the Nikon D3x for $7500. Orrrrr....a Hasselblad for $34,000. :-D
:cough:Jason:cough: :)

I would tell you to go shopping around, hold the cameras that are in your price range, see what ones feel good to you. Write them down, go home and do a little research to see which suits you best.
The truth is, Every camera manufacturer out there are producing fine cameras.
I shot Pentax for over 3 years before making the switch to Canon. The only reason I did that was because I wanted a Full Frame camera and Pentax did not offer them. otherwise I felt they produced terrific gear.

Entry level DSLR's with lenses will start around $500 and go almost infinitely more expensive.
Robbie N 8 years ago
@shawn t, i'll do that. (:
J.Rabold PRO 8 years ago
I love my Canon!!! You can find a good starter kit on Ebay too. Look around and then look there. ITS SO WORTH THE MONEY!!!
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