- Although I've been talking about France and Luxembourg for the past
days but the next safari is not to Europe.
The Next one is to the wonderful heavenly oasis of Siwa. i love this
place just like how all those who have been there just fell in love
with it. There is some kind of magic about Siwa. The quite
breathtaking walks of Siwa, the amazing culture of the people. The
tremendous scenery. All i can say is that it is Magically Siwa.
We will use the 6th of Oct long weekend. 6th is a Wednesday.
We depart Tuesday the 5th afternoon and return on the 9th of Oct.
This time we will take you to some new places in Siwa just to give
those who have been there a chance to explore Siwa even more.
Book your calenders and i' ll be mailing the details quit soon.
Cheers from Germany
- Dear Ahmed,
Great decision to buy a nice camera and get into photography, it will change the way you look at things and will reveal the beauty in whatever your eyes come across.
If you have the intention to learn photography, i definatly recommend to get a straight SLR camera. i would also recommend Nikon or Cannon, the two brands are the best in the market, it depends on your personal preferences to choose between, they are like BMW and Mercedese. i am biased toward Nikon cuz it it more comfortable to hold while shooting for me..but again it is a personal choice. i have a D70S and my husband just got a D80. they are both very much enough for a serious amateur and good value for money. the D80 is very nice, and the lense that comes with it is really good.
If you are in cairo, go check out your options at "el king" at the back of Gomhoreya theatre Downtown. the store has good options at a reasonable price..probably very close if not less than what you see on line. and dont forget to negotiate.
do not forget to buy yourself a cleaning kit, a camera bag, UV filter.
best of luck
--- In SaharaSafaris@yahoogroups.com, Ahmed Fouad <ahmedfathyfouad@...> wrote:
> I'm currently in the process of buying a digital still camera and I'm seeking some advice.
> I'm not a professional photographer of any type, shape or form, however I'm very much interested in photography and I'm wondering what type of cameras should I be looking for to begin with.
> If you can just recommend which brands are best and what are the options to consider while buying...(thinking of HD movie recording for example!?)
> I know it's a bit wide question, but any info in that regard would really help...