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How I can choose between the Nikon D-300, Canon 50D and Olympus?

Want to buy an Slr Camera. Not sure it would be better for me. Mainly shot landscaping, People. Thanks

Olympus is the best value in DSLRs today. Several reviews have mentioned that Olympus offers a better value by packing more features for the same or, in most cases less than the competition. Olympus has been praised for being easy to beginners while providing total control and quality demanded by professionals. Olympus also makes the smallest and lightest Digital Slr on the market today, with the E-420 is the smallest. Olympus offers picture quality comparable to any other manufacturer out there. It is true that the sensor, the four thirds system, is smaller than other DSLRs. It is also true that this technology was created with cooperation between Olympus and Kodak with support from Sigma, Sanyo, Panasonic, Leica, and Fuji. It is not just a company, its industry standard. Olympus also designed its digital lenses Zuicko to be digital from the ground, rather than adapting lenses Film for digital use. The end result is a clear and crisp, clear color quality and clarity. Like the Olympus cameras come with many shooting modes and watch live, is easier to become familiar with the camera and learn the manual controls, one by one until you are ready for complete manual control. I have used many brands of cameras different during the past 30 years, Nikon, Fuji, Argus, Olympus and Sanyo, even among others. I choose Olympus because the cameras are lighter and offer more benefits that competition in the same class. For the entry level side, the Olympus E-420 offers many advanced features than other entry-level cameras, such as Nikon D40, which does not have. My E-510 comes with a nice 14-42mm lens which is to, if not, lightest lens offered with a DSLR kit, and among the fastest autofocus. And with the new lens of 25 mm high-risk, E-420 has been compared in size to some compact cameras. The size and weight can be a problem in carrying a camera all day. Look around Yahoo! And you will find several people who upgraded to DSLR cameras now looking for a quality compact to use as a carry. All cited the size and weight of the DSLR as the main factor. Given that Olympus offers more for less money, you will find it easier t get all those extras that go along with a new camera. Can not forget the things you need, such as memory cards, tripod, bag, extra battery, flash, etc. You do not want be the abstract, no matter what camera you decide to buy. When buying a Digital Slr Camera, most come equipped with a lens in a kit. Olympus offers auto focus on all kit lenses, with the exception of the new prime 25mm lens. Some companies offer only manual focusing lenses. It is an important issue. After all the manual focusing lenses tend to be lighter because they have no motor in them. However, many people on the move their first DSLR are looking for the little things that help them out and prefer auto focus lenses, at least to start. This is another reason Olympus is often considered a better buy, giving you more for your money. Olympus also went with image stabilization (IS) in the body of the camera. This makes all objectives are the lenses, others such as Nikon and Canon offer only additional and expensive lenses. Another feature that gets along with the patented, and first, dust reduction system of DSLRs. In the body of IS has proved as effective as the lens IS. The fact is that since Olympus uses a smaller sensor and body IS works best with smaller sensors, it was logical to offer is a value-added feature. It is also true that any digital SLR camera you choose will be a quality product that serves you well for years. The main differences tend to be the features offered at a given price and personal preferences. Nikon and Canon have the largest share, with Olympus being the fastest growing brand.

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