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    Senior Member solidgold's Avatar
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    hey,
    does anybody know of any high quality camera for a reasonably low price, preferably suitable for sports and action photography?
    thanks a lot,
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    film or digital?
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    Let's just say you get what you pay for of course. What is "low price" for you? A simple point-and-shoot could do the trick of course.
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    around £250 is the sort of price im looking to pay and i was hoping for digital

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    The canon EOS350D would be an ideal candidate for the type of work and budget. There is also the new EOS400D but I haven't reviewed the spec or price of this camera.
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    If you're looking into Canon's, check out this great forum - Canon digital Photography Forums. Great tips and LOTS of info in there.
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    Yeah Canon is a really good brand. Also my friend has the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2 and it is AWESOME.
    I have the FujiFilm S7000 and it SUCKS. The JPEG compression is HORRIBLE and there's no way to change it. So make sure you don't get that one!!!
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    Canon and Sony are the way to go. The EOS350D is definantly the best in it's price range picture quality is flawless. I dont own one personaly but if i have the cash it would be on the top of my list :thumbsup:
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    I'd certainly recommended a DSLR given you want action shots.

    I want me a DSLR too, just not the $600+ price tag associated with it. I can't bring myself to get a stopgap consumer-grade digital camera though for the very reasons I want a DSLR.

    UK£ 250 = 491.35 U.S. dollars, according to Google. You might be able to find a used or refurbished DSLR, probably sans lens, on eBay for that much.
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