Pwolf wrote:You can get pretty good results from point and shoot cameras now adays... that said, a DLSR is a good choice if you plan on furthering your photography skills and can take some decent video also. I'd look at the Canon Rebel line. I've been using a T1i for several years now. Even though I'd like to upgrade to something a little more professional, it's still a great camera. I think the newest model is the t5i, which is probably about $700 - $1000 for the body kit and a lens or two. You can probably find the older versions for a bit cheaper. I'd also invest in a flash and a full sized tripod, both can be purchased for less then $100 together. As for a small table top tripod, there a bunch of options but the gorillapods are pretty nice.
Fire_Starter wrote:That being said, can't go wrong w/ a Powershot
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Nunusaur wrote:Just to add: My main reason for getting a new camera is so I could record myself while drawing and put it up on youtube, with super good quality (1080p). Not sure if Digital Cameras are good for that kind of thing.
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