Digital SLRs that won't break the bank

Remember when it was common to drop AU$1,000 on a nice digital point-and-shoot? These days, for around the same outlay, you can pick up a digital SLR camera.

These aren't professional models or the very best that current technology has to offer, but for the photo enthusiast on a budget — or even the avid family photographer — they can be a big leap forward.

With larger sensors and generally faster performance than snapshot models offer, these cameras provide plenty of tools to photographers who prefer a camera with more than one button. And if you save your pennies, you can increase their flexibility and image quality in the future with additional lens and accessory purchases.

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Thank you so much cnet for helping me decide on my first digital slr.

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