I use a Sony Cybershot for the vast majority of my photos. I absolutely love it. It takes great pictures, great videos and fits in my wallet or back pocket! I would highly recommend it. Also, it only runs about $100 - $150 for the 7-8 megapixel.
I use a Sony DSLR-A200. I love it for many reasons. One of the reasons, is the lens that came with it is a wide angel lens. This photo was taken at the high school theatre. Got everybody in it, no problem and the clarity is awesome.
I have a Nikon D70s with several lenses but I have to admit, I really want a Canon:) Thinking about selling my kit on ebay and buying it. I like Nikon and all just had the chance to play with a Canon and it felt good in my hands.
I definitely would consider a Sony DSLR because I have seen Domestic Diva's photos and they wonderful and that's what she has.
I really need a new camera. Don't get me wrong, I have loved my camera for many years. It is a Sony Cyber-shot. It only has 3.3 mega pixels. Can you believe that? That's the only reason I want another camera. I love how my camera works. I'd definately want a camera with a optical zoom and takes mpeg videos.
We have a Canon D20 and several lenses and a Canon Powershot S3IS. Most of the pictures on my blog (at least the good ones) my husband takes. I stick to using the point and shoot and he uses the SLR because honestly I don't know what I am doing. I'm glad he is so into photography because I love having his shots all over our house and my blog.
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