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One gorgeous solstice babe 12/08, two smitten mothers - mothering consciously with conscience and compassion. Birth & Postnatal Doula. Student Midwife. Expecting #2 November '12.
I hate, hate, hate the digital point-and-shoot we bought before my son was born. I can't take the poor quality anymore. I used to use a film SLR back in the day, and would love to combine the quality of an SLR with the fabulousness that is digital.
I can't decide which one to get, though. The Canon is a bit cheaper, which is a bonus, but I want to make sure I'm getting something good.
I'm mostly going to be taking pictures of my son and other family members. I plan on buying a fixed 50mm portrait-style lens along with whatever zoom comes with the camera.
What kind of film SLR did you use to use? If you used Canon or Nikon and you have a variety of lenses, then I would go ahead a get the camera you have lenses for.
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