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I'm a Nikon fanboy so I can't respond to that without sounding like an elitist douche (at least I'm honest) XD. Although Sony NEX cameras are fantastic especially for the price,and are beginner friendly.
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almost everything sony offers is the best bang for your buck quality without a doubt. nikon is great and its easier to find canikon users than sony users anyway tongue.gif

I have a friend with a NEX and he loves it but I have used it and tbh I hate it lol Just personal preference I guess

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Yes I know I do not need a DSLR, but every time my sister is in town I am excited to use her camera. My wife wants me to be excited to take pictures of our family and she sees how excited I get when using my sisters DSLR. I love the way DSLRs feel and work.

This that is why I like shooting with my camera I love the way it feels and the images it gives me
    
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go to bestbuy or whatever, and pick up a rebel (all T series are basically the same) and pick up a 60d and see which one you like better. the 60d is a bit bigger so it might be more comfortable to shoot.

but if you prefer the rebel, then decide if you want a flippy screen and pick accordingly....
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almost everything sony offers is the best bang for your buck quality without a doubt. nikon is great and its easier to find canikon users than sony users anyway tongue.gif

OT: but you will never have to worry about friends asking to borrow your very expensive zeiss lenses to use on their low end bodies wink.gif
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go to bestbuy or whatever, and pick up a rebel (all T series are basically the same) and pick up a 60d and see which one you like better. the 60d is a bit bigger so it might be more comfortable to shoot.

but if you prefer the rebel, then decide if you want a flippy screen and pick accordingly....
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almost everything sony offers is the best bang for your buck quality without a doubt. nikon is great and its easier to find canikon users than sony users anyway tongue.gif

OT: but you will never have to worry about friends asking to borrow your very expensive zeiss lenses to use on their low end bodies wink.gif

lol true tongue.gif
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Psh, DSLRs.
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