Which DSLR camera should i buy?

I am looking on spending between 300-450 on a camera, i will be using it for advanced studies in photography and also shooting serious movies. As well as this i am taking a trip to new york and would like some amazing pictures, i have looked at the canon 600d, and the nikon d3100, nikon d5100, nikon d3200. Which one if the best for me out of these, or are there any other recommendations? Remember i would prefer to spend less, if there isnt a great deal of difference. thanks guys.

Asked By: - 1/8/2013
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Answered By: Simon - 1/8/2013
The one that feels right in your hands. If you can do without video and Live View, Argos do the Nikon D3000 for around £300, with 18-55mm.
Answered By: Andrew - 1/8/2013
buy used t4i? i saw one on craigslist for 550. not bad to check out. 600d i hear are good for video, but someone has mentioned problems using it for video.
Answered By: Vito - 1/8/2013
If you're a beginner, you're most likely asking yourself: Nikon or Canon? Really, I feel confident in saying that you can't go wrong with either. I've used both brand's cameras extensively and find that they both offer amazing image quality with well-built, solid cameras that, if taken care of, will last decades. There... More
Answered By: UMER FAROOQ - 1/9/2013
Personally, I would go for the Canon. I have used Canon for many, many years and found them all to be of excellent build quality. They also produce wonderful results... More
Answered By: Photofox - 1/9/2013
I'd say the Nikon D5100 or Nikon D5200 are the best, then pair it with a Lynny Lens and you'll have a blast!
Answered By: Julius - 1/10/2013
Personally I would go for the Nikon D5100. The D3200 has higher resolution, but you don't really need it. The D5100 is actually better in low light and has a lot of more advanced features. It is also a bit of a bargain at the moment because Nikon recently launched the D5200 and dropped the D5100 price, as well as... More
Answered By: Martin - 1/10/2013
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