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Date Posted: 05:57:59 06/08/10 Tue
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Subject: I LOVE my auto setting. Especially when I first got my camera and didn't have another. It took me time to learn how to use my camera and with the auto setting, I didn't have to miss those great snapshots in between.
In reply to: 's message, "Camera question: I really need a new camera and would like to invest in a Canon Rebel XI (everyone raves about those, lol) but my budget is $500 or under - so a GOOD "used" one is fine to start with, I don't need a $1,000 camera, lol. However, is the "Image stabilizer" a setting within the camera itself or is this something you need to purchase separately? Like a lens, etc? Also what are some good XI models to look into? They don't need to be newer ones, even older ones are fine. Thanks!" on 20:30:24 05/31/10 Mon


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