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Rmisener 23-04-2010 07:48 AM

What is the best camera for taking aquarium pictures?
 
Can anyone recommend a good camera with a good shutter speed that won't make me poor?

amiidae 23-04-2010 10:28 AM

What sort of budget do you have in mind ?

Rmisener 18-05-2010 01:02 AM

about $500 CDN dollars, not sure if cannon rebel series or nikon 3000 series is better but i think there to much camera for what i need to do.

Sword 04-01-2011 01:02 PM

What the hack are you talking about???:confused:

gracy 06-04-2011 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Rmisener (Post 7762259)
about $500 CDN dollars, not sure if cannon rebel series or nikon 3000 series is better but i think there to much camera for what i need to do.

Are you like a Singaporean?! Canadian Dollars? :confused::confused::confused:

In any country you are from, opt for second hand, should be able to meet your budget within that range.

issacyeo 14-05-2011 08:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sword (Post 8187167)
What the hack are you talking about???:confused:

Quote:

Originally Posted by gracy (Post 8369658)
Are you like a Singaporean?! Canadian Dollars? :confused::confused::confused:
In any country you are from, opt for second hand, should be able to meet your budget within that range.

i believe TS is from Canada. he's asking between Canon rebel series VS Nikon 3000 series, which is better.

oddballz82 14-05-2011 08:41 PM

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Originally Posted by issacyeo (Post 8446198)
i believe TS is from Canada. he's asking between Canon rebel series VS Nikon 3000 series, which is better.

Yep agree with Isaac that TS is from Canada and there are many other bros here also from different parts of the world joined by the one love for fishes and are here to meet on this forum :)

rcw 06-07-2011 03:49 PM

All dslr can have quick shutter speed.
Check on your existing camera, pump the iso to the max so as to achieve fast shutter speed. Aperture set to highest (F)
But do remember that high iso= high noise.
Unless you owe a pro body then noise is minimal.

Hope that helps.


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