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SKeefe
12-06-2009, 17:00
Quick question -

I'd like to get a decent DSLR and I have the chance to get a used D50 for $250, should I?

Apparently the D40 is the model that replaced the D50, and can be had for around $450? Should I just save my money and get the D40?

Thanks.

hotfloorgardon
12-07-2009, 00:54
nikon d40 is a outdated camera,there are many kinds of new dslr hit the market now.such as canon 5d,nikon d80,d90.it you want to choose a entry level dlsr you can choose nikon d3000.
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nipperwolf
12-07-2009, 18:18
Quick question -

I'd like to get a decent DSLR and I have the chance to get a used D50 for $250, should I?

With lens?

If so, I say get it. Put the money you save toward lenses. The old saying, "Bodies come and go, but good glass is forever". The D50 is a great camera, especially for entry level. It has the focus motor, unlike the 40, so it gives you more lens options. My D50 served me well. Though I upgraded to a D200, then D300, and just last week a D300S(yes, I shoot a lot), I still have my D50, and occaisonally use it.

One of the regrets(for some people) of the D50, is it only uses cards up to 2G. But even at the highest JPEG resolution, you can still get 500-600 shots.

Back when I bought my D50, 2G cards were about $80. :shocked:

hotfloorgardon
12-07-2009, 19:43
With lens?

If so, I say get it. Put the money you save toward lenses. The old saying, "Bodies come and go, but good glass is forever". The D50 is a great camera, especially for entry level. It has the focus motor, unlike the 40, so it gives you more lens options. My D50 served me well. Though I upgraded to a D200, then D300, and just last week a D300S(yes, I shoot a lot), I still have my D50, and occaisonally use it.

One of the regrets(for some people) of the D50, is it only uses cards up to 2G. But even at the highest JPEG resolution, you can still get 500-600 shots.

Back when I bought my D50, 2G cards were about $80. :shocked:

:rofl:it is too expensive to get 2G card

nipperwolf
12-07-2009, 20:00
:rofl:it is too expensive to get 2G card


:upeyes:

Psssst, I was making fun of the fact that they are about $10 now.

AggiePhil
01-04-2010, 20:43
The D40 is an excellent camera and you will still find many people who are loyal to it (including myself). Don't let the 6 megapixel thing scare you either. The quality of the lens and sensor has a lot more to do with the image quality than the MP rating alone. I would avoid the D50 though--it was in fact replaced by the D40, even if the D50 might "look" more professional.

Read Ken Rockwell's D40 website within a website here:

http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d40.htm