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its a fine camera. You'll be surprised how sharp the 18-55mm is compared to other "kit" lenses by other manufacturer. If you're getting into photography, it will be fine for a long, long time.

Myself, I'd not be concerned with the higher ISO's. For the last 20 years of shooting, I rarely shot above 800. Even with my DSLRs I tend more to the lower ranges.

If you need to go faster, think about a flash.
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actually after about a hundred shots with it im pretty happy with the quality.
also the ability to control everything is just incredible.
gotta read up some articles about composition since i really fail at it.
i also feel like an idiot when i look for random stuff to take pictures of so that needs to change too lol
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Originally Posted by newbie1911 View Post
actually after about a hundred shots with it im pretty happy with the quality.
also the ability to control everything is just incredible.
gotta read up some articles about composition since i really fail at it.
i also feel like an idiot when i look for random stuff to take pictures of so that needs to change too lol
Why don't you try some creativity exercises? I've tried to do a few myself and while they're hard, it's pretty fun. One of my favorites is to go outside of your house and take a picture of whatever you want around your house so long as you're within five feet of the closest wall.
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