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D5000 vs Nikon Pentax KX?

I can not decide what I want. I love the D5000 screen, how it moves and the optional GPS, ability to use All Nikon lenses, and uses a battery, but I've seen the video footage shot Pentax KX and is more pleasing than the D5000. Much clearer (Or perhaps are using manual focus?) Anyway, I can not decide. It really bothers me and I do not know what I should get. I do not like sony or olympus or canon and I'm not in the low-end types. Only Nikon or Pentax will do. I was considering the T1i, but I would like to deny myself and buy a canon. What you recommend? I really do not want to fuss with AA batteries, but in the same way I'd love a higher quality film. Argh! I need a recommendation. I have 22, going to college and I love photography. I mostly use the Auto mode, but sometimes I like to experiment with the settings and wasting time. Thanks! Philadelphia TC

You're talking about apples and oranges. Pentax is the biggest consumer of the camera. They build affordable houses relatively good, but yiou never see a professional one, ever. Nikon Camera develops the professional world. Now that does not mean that the D5000 is a professional quality camera is an entry-level model after all but the good thing is that as they become more demanding there is always another camera body that is available to you even better and will accept all the accessories you've already purchased. With Nikon you can grow with Pentax finally hit a wall. I note that the comments person D5000 does not take all the lenses, it is true. However that is only a problem when you get more sophisticated and will then be in at least one D90, which takes all purposes as not to worry at the moment. Add to that, it is often the newest that the lenses are desirable because they are a better design, so you'll never be able to buy one more lens anyway. Finally … movies? This also apples and oranges. The way you look, my Nikon Slr Camera is fixed, not a movie camera and I bought it to take exceptional pictures Still, no movies. In the same way that I have a digital Video Camera that is designed to take incredible video. It actually has a button for taknig pictures but I never use it, this is a video camera, the stills aspire to consider compared to my Nikon. I realize you can not afford both at the time of being in college, however, I would suggest to you that you can place a little less stressful for video recording and instead focus the quality of still images that you get. Later, when you are working you can purchase a video camera will also make a hell a better job than the Pentax while at least you have a fixed camera that grows with you. Your other option, if the films are critical to you, buy a camera is not fixed at all right now, buy a camcorder instead. Hoipe that helps me a bit. Good luck!

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