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camera recommendation sought for non-profit newsletters/website

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what would be a reasonable entry level camera, balance of price and durability, whose main purpose will be to take pictures of a non-profit newsletters and/or website? the camera would incur some frequent travels.

would you recommend a entry level DSLR or just a good digital camera with good zoom?

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10 best DSLR cameras for beginners and experts too from MSN UK:
Canon EOS 100D
The brand new EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR yet produced and has been developed with aspiring enthusiast photographers firmly in mind. There’s a simplistic in-camera feature guide, plus an impressive touchscreen while the picture quality in both still and HD video is second to none. Compatibility with a wide variety of lenses should make it a sure-fire hit.

Nikon D5100
Shop around for the Nikon D5100 and you’ll be able to buy one of the cheapest DSLRs on the market. It’s also hugely versatile and very easy to use thanks to its intuitive design and straightforward controls. There’s an articulated and crystal clear rear screen that’s very practical, the movie mode is impressive while the design and build makes it a perfect size for enthusiasts on the go. Special effects modes add in a touch of fun.
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