Muddled on a new DSLR
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29-05-11, 10:25 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
I'd suggest you go somewhere where you can handle all three and see which one you like the best. You'll probably discover that you prefer the ergonomics of one over the rest, because of the positioning of the all important controls feels more natural to you and it fits into your hands better.
Choosing a camera is a very personal choice. Nobody else can make the final decision for you, because we all have different wants and needs, we've all got different sized hands, some of us are physically stronger than others and our brains work in different ways too! What suits one, won't necessarily suit the next!
Just rest assured that each of these cameras are capable of producing great quality images once you've learnt how to exploit their respective strengths and hide their weaknesses.
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