Money is an issue, but i can afford the canon or nikon, i v found them to very good prices :around 3000 nok included with the 18-55 lense
The nikon was more expensive if i bought it with 2 lenses but they said i could have it for 3000 nok with just the one lense(though i find it odd that they are charging then 3000 for just the 2nd lense????????????)
Also just so i m getting it right, Is no video function on the canon?
Yes, the 1000D has no video recording to speak of, hence why I said originally that the D3100 is the only choice between it and the 1000D if you're after video recording - its successor, the 1100D, however does support video recording. The most likely reason why the 1000D is less expensive than the D3100 is that the retailer probably wants to get shot of old stock.
It may not be that odd that the retailer would charge 3000NOK for another lens. In the grand scheme of things, that's not a lot of money for a lens - I purchased two of my lenses for more than that apiece. Out of interest, what was the other lens in question?
You need to adopt a different mindset when moving from a compact to a DSLR, with a compact, you're just buying one product i.e. the ownership is usually an end state from purchase but owning a DSLR is a constantly evolving state where you may buy lenses and other accessories over the years.