there's no implication that SLR are fully manual. Single lens reflEx cameras allow you to see how the focus changes when you focus the lens, directly. yes, most SLR cameras offer interchangable lenses but that's not the main idea.
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I like Canon's personally and that's all I've ever had or played around with. Does anyone have input on a Nikon D70?
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it depends what u wana do, if u are goin to be doing a lot of flash stuff go with the d70, b/c it syncs at 1/500th (20d has syncs at 250), and u can control nikon flashes(that are off camera) w/o any transmitter. if u wana make sequences,and bigger better prints go with the 20d. i have a 20d and i love it.
also one thing i have heard is that the canon autofocus is better then the nikon, i dont use nikons that often, but i have found this to be true in some cases.....but the person who told me this is also the most hardcore nikon person i have ever met......so yeah.