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    About every 6 months I post this, but I need updated info and it seems like things change every day in the camera industry. I have a little Canon PowerShot s500. Worked well, but now I'm ready to actually learn about photography. At the moment, I know nothing: except what I want.

    I need a digital camera that will have the image I want in sharp focus, but the surrounding images blurred - in short, I need a lens.

    Any recommendations? Do you guys know what I mean??

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    Sounds like you might be in the market for an DSLR. If you are, get your wallet ready.
    You can check out this thread too.

    http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/fo...ad.php?t=17829
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