Canon or Nikon? (For Macro and Wildlife shots)

Started Aug 7, 2013 | Questions thread
OP Nick Desai Junior Member • Posts: 28
Re: Canon or Nikon? (For Macro and Wildlife shots)

lbj1891 wrote:

Nick Desai wrote:

As my first DSLr camera I thought about going with a Nikon D3100 because it's not that expensive and it seems to have gotten great reviews. However, after talking to a couple of people they said that Canon is better for macro and wildlife shots because of the amount and variety of lenses. Is this true? If so, I could probably get a Canon T3i. My main purpose for the camera is to take photos of insects, flowers/plants, and wildlife. If anyone would be able to give me some insight to this topic and appreciate it!
Also, does anyone know of a good camera guide that takes about all the basics of camera function and use (ISO, aperture, etc.) along with how tot take macro and wildlife shots? Thanks!

I'm not very knowledgeable regarding lenses, but you can go directly to the manufacture's website and view what is available for yourself. There are also secondary lens manufacturers also like sigma and tamron.

As far as the actual operation of cameras try (Explore this website. It has everything you need) (Also a very good website) (Also helpful) (This website has been helpful at times)

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Originally posted by brianj-
"As to why we come here, I have no idea, the forums are just a shadow of their old selves, in fact the Beginners Forum should be renamed into 'What camera should I buy' forum.Anyway it keeps a lot of people off the streets and that is a good thing."

Ah, okay thanks! And thanks for the links!

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