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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 10:09 pm 
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hi welcome,
yes its a hard choice.
but keep in mind its less about the camera body and more about the lenses. What lenses have you got access to?

I like many things Sony has done and it was my first DSLR, but become frustrated at the price and availability of the lenses. I then switched to Canon.
I am well aware that there is great lenses available in the Sony /Konica Minolta range, but their general lack of availability means that a bit more homework and research is required.

With a camera body you are buying access to a lens system, which lens system meets your needs best is the best camera for you.

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