LOL, you got LOTS of research and reading to do my friend. There isn't any difference here your seeing that you would be able to tell with the D70 LOL. Actually most professional photographer reviews praise the D50 over the D70 and D70s. The only real difference between the D70 and the D50 is fine WB tuning and I think you can tune the ISO in thirds. Oh and the LCD display is backlit on the D70 but not the D50. Nothing you or 98% of the rest of the world would ever really use anyways. To me, those very small differences don't justify buying a D70 over a D50. Like I said, do LOTS and reading BEFORE purchasing anything. Alot of people make the wrong assumption in thinking they need a D70 over a D50. They couldn't of been more wrong. Most places show the D50 taking better pics than the D70 and is easier to navigate and take pics with. Just don't want to see you guys spend unessesary $$ on a camera you think will grant you better pics but in reality, it won't . The Rebel XT is more expensive and the D50 takes just as great of pictures as the Canon does. Its just that the Rebel XT has a bit more fine tuning features over the D50 thus would be for someone who wants to tweak the pics more than they could on a D50.hookdupdelsol said:Yes that is a nice camera indeed! A lot of photographers like using the Nikons as they are pretty simple to use.
The lens kit that you got with it is pretty amatuer correct? Not saying it doesn't take good pics, but I mean as in terms of high quality. I have done A LOT and I mean A LOT of reading and I heard that most DSLR's don't usually come with Len's kits worth getting. Almost worth saving up the extra $200-$300 and swinging for an upgraded lens. Just wondering.
When I sell both of my del Sol's, I will probably swing for either the Rebel XT or the D70. I like them both a lot but as I am sure you know, they are a little pricey.
Nice pictures and not really go out and start using the camera on the streets and city!
Look forward to seeing more!