I'm in the market for a DSLR.
Currently I'm using a Canon SX30is, but have been looking for a while to upgrade.
I don't have a huge budget and for this reason I am most likely going to go grey market.
I'm only in Australia for another 4 months anyway, after this time am I going to be any better off with an Aus warranty than grey market? I'll most likely be in Europe (possibly back home in NZ).
Having used Canon for the last couple of years, and having played around with a couple of Canon SLR's briefly, I'm definitely thinking I'll buy canon.
I'm looking at getting either an 1100d or 550d, both would initially be with standard IS twin lens kit, with the view of adding another couple of lenses over the next 6-12 months.
I mostly shoot landscapes, wildlife, sports and aviation.
So, would I be better off spending a touch more and getting the 550d or saving a little on the 1100d and putting this toward glass later?
The problem I have is that both are crop sensors and I want to get a wide lens at some stage, so I'm really going to need to get something along the lines of 10-22mm??
Just looking for everyones thoughts on the most suitable body....and should I get something like a twin lens kit? Or are there more suitable options on a similar budget.
A lot of questions here I know, and I realise most have been asked before but I'm hoping to get some answers a little more specific to my situation.