supra2nv said:I think I need to learn how to use this thing better..it's a Canon Rebel XTI..I may return it to get the XSI instead, didnt realize this current one does not have live view...
I hope you didn't actually drive the car anywhere to take these pics. That would increase your milage. I was a little worried but on second look it looks like they were taken just outside the driveway. That's reverse first and then forward so I think it should equal zero miles added. Nice job. :wink:
Settings used? I have no idea...took the thing out of the box, turned it on, and snapped the pics lol.
lol...I am using the car more trust me took her for a 30 mile sprint yeserday after I took the pics...cars are meant to be driven!
it always comes down to Nikon and Canon for the digital SLR's. you can't go wrong with either. I love Nikon and have all Nikon stuff for non digital SLR but when I decided to go digital and found that I would have to get new lenses to take advantage of autofocus and image stabilizers, I chose Canon because of lenses.
It's always the LENS that makes the difference.
Rebel XT is a great value and they can handle some of the better lenses. If you get into it, you can always upgrade your body.
If you look at sports events, you'll see the white telephoto lenses used by the professionals. that was a genius marketing move by Canon. the white lenses are mostly their "L" series lenses and they are very special. The black lenses are Nikon.