Hi, I am new to this, as a lot of people asking (probably) the same question.
Have been a "snapper", and want to delve into it a bit more.
Currently got a Samsung NV10, which I mostly used in Auto , but not certain what to go for with my "more serious attempt", and do not want to break the bank for if this turns out to be a fluke. (like that never happened before)
Initially want to focus on Wildlife/Landscape, since there is always some of that around.
Any advise much appreciated: do I go for DSLR or Bridge etc
Bridge camera - Panasonic FZ28
If you want wide and very long zoom (for wildlife) and are shooting in good light, then a bridge camera will be the cheapest way to go.
Have a look at the Panasonic FZ28 http://www.trustedreviews.com/digita...ix-DMC-FZ28/p1
In my opinion it's the best all-round super-zoom camera available today and for around £235 (search google) it's a bargain...
Thanks for the reply, at least that amount of money will not break the bank, and give me an opportunity to check which way to go