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need some help. looking to purchase a reasonable digital camera for my shop. Any suggestion?

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You should post this in the photo sharing fourm. There are some guys in there that have forgotten more about taking a picture than I'll ever know.

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I will agree with Eric 100% as those guys in the Photo Sharing forum will steer you in the right areas.

This is not saying Eric doesnt know anything, its just that Stcatfish and the gang are really up on thier camera equipment.

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I'm not the brightest bulb on the tree, but I'm pretty. grin.gif

My Mrs works for the newspaper. She wants a Cannon Rebel EOS. I have no idea about price, where to get one, or how they work.

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I bought a Kodak Easyshare about a year and a half ago and it's great. Only around $300 and takes great pictures. With a 10x zoom too.

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