Canon DSLR with Neutral Density Filter?

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    AmazingGracePlayer Active Member

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    Can anyone recommend a Canon DSLR with a NDF? Cheaper is better. I will be mainly using it for scenery and night photograph.
     
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    Are you looking for a DSLR with a built-in neutral density filter? As far as I know, they don't exist. You can buy an NDF that screws on and that should work with any DSLR. As far as which DSLR to buy, Canon's latest "low end" DSLR is the SL1 (100D) which is very good, though quite small for a DSLR. However, you can get some great deals on the excellent T3i (600D) and the lower end T3 and save a couple of hundred dollars.
     
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    I was looking for one with built in NDF. I have it on my Panasonic LX7 and can't live without it. I guess a clip on one will work as well.

    And thank you Kelly for the links!
     
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    While I do have a lot of filters, mostly left over from my 35mm film days, I rarely use a ND filter. So now you have me curious about how this ND feature has been helpful for you?

    Kelly
     
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    Canon has 3 levels of DSLRs ranging in price from a few hundred to over $12,000, and to the best of my knowledge none of them come with a built-in filters.

    This sounds like a novelty from Panasonic and likely for the point and shoot level cameras.
     
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