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===== Canon 1100D Warning ===== Avoid buying a Canon 1100D (T3 non-i version), They have issues with sensor bloom or some similar defect which leaves black lines under bright stars at long exposure. [http://i.imgur.com/Y3RQVws.jpg See here for example.] Some more advanced users use monochromatic CMOS or CCD cameras. Some of these are cooled and have lower noise than DSLRs but can really only be used for astrophotography. These aren't necessarily recommended for beginners, but if you are serious about getting into the hobby a dedicated mono camera is another great way to start. I will include some information about mono cameras, but they are mostly outside of the scope of this article.
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