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    Anyone got any ideas on decent cameras for taking photos?
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    Sorry to resurrect an old thread (again), but need some help as all the OP info is over my head.

    Right,

    Ive got my DSLR (Canon EOS 300D), tried to get some nice pictures and nothing was coming out right. Flash off, and it was too dark, flash on, and there was no atmosphere...and its one of the few Canon models to not have adjustable flash control

    So.....i invested in an "add-on" variable swivel flash gun.

    Nom, my guessing from having read this thread countless times, is to get half decent pictures i need....

    1. A fairly quick shutter speed (to reduce blurring of dancers),
    2. A fairly high ISO
    3. The flash gun on medium intensity, with decent diffusion
    4. It swivelled at approx 45 degrees, to light above people slightly (in the atmosphere so to speak) without washing out the lighting.

    How does this sound? Am i on the right lines?
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