Hey guys, I need a little bit of Camera help. My dad is getting ready to buy a new camera. Up until this point he has always used point and shoot cameras. But with this new one, he will primarily be shooting wildlife shots (i.e. Deer, Turkey, Bear, etc...). He lives in TN not far from Cades Cove in the National Park, and anyone who has ever been there knows how close you can get to the animals there, but regardless, he is still going to need a decent zoom lense. As it stands now, he is looking at the Nikon D40. He found this deal through Wolf Camera. It appears to be a good deal based on other websites, but I can't help but think that there has gotta be a better deal through some exclusive Photo Website that I'm not familar with... So my questions are:
* Is the D40 with only 6.1 MP a good enough body to allow him take wildlife shots that he could blow up to 10"x12" or a similar size while still being clear crisp shots? Or would it be necessary to go up to a D90 or something? Obviously a D90 would be better, but will the D40 accomplish this?
* What size zoom lense should he be looking for?
* Is this a good deal: http://www.wolfcamera.com/product/SL...igital-cameras