Originally Posted by Pininfarina_
Originally Posted by 47
Also, in my humble opinion:
1- Try out and buy the one you found most comfortable to use. You can´t go wrong with the big brands (Canon, Nikon, etc.)
2- Don´t get too worried about buying a fancy, mid range or top of the range. Entry level DSLR of today are incredible capable and can give some older mid and top range DSLR of a few years back a run for their money. You most likely will have no idea how to use all those features in the first few months (perhaps even the first years) anyway.
3- From the get go, buy a 50mm/1.8 and an external flash. You can get a lot of fun and good pictures with the lens kit and those 2 additions.
"I'm sure Burger King is doing great in Germany, but they're not exactly stopping making schnitzels."