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Old Jul 3, 2007, 11:36 AM   #3
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The high ISO performance of just about any DSLR would give you a significant advantage for that kind of photography. To be fair though, you should probably consider a Canon or Nikon if this is the kind of photography you'll typically be doing. The C&N cameras have better in-camera processing for shooting JPGs, and bigger buffers for taking longer bursts. In particular, I'd look at the Canon XT as it's a very feature rich camera with good high ISO performance and should be quite speedy at focusing on fast moving objects.
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