QUOTE (DonkeyTits @ Dec 20 2009, 04:23 AM)
I have the Nikon Coolpix L100. It takes great pictures, great video and has very good sound. Amazing for closeups and extremely good for far zooms. Has 10 megapixles and a 15x optical zoom. The only thing is that it is lacking any sort of customization as far as shutter speed and contrast, etc. It's basically an idiot's camera; a high-end point and shoot where you want great pics but you don't want to mess with any settings. Even if you wanted to, there are none to change. Sometimes I wish I could change settings, but the pics are just so good.http://www.nikonusa.com/Find-Your-Nikon/Pr...OLPIX-L100.html
Great for personal use, but not professional grade. The 18 megapixel Canon EOS 7D is been getting rave reviews and looks pretty decent at only 1700 bucks. This
however is possibly the most powerful camera, at a whopping 21 megapixels, which basically means you'll see definitions you didn't know existed. That's the kind of system you need for a job in photography, and at 4000 (including add-ons) it's priced to move.