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    Just got my D7000 a couple days ago, before I've had a d5000 and a d60.



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    I got my first DSLR for Christmas, a Nikon D3000. I've been interested in photography for awhile and did what I could with my little P&S, but I'm happy to have more wiggle room now to play.

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    Bronica,
    Nikon: F100, d70s, d80, d50, d90, d100, d200, d300, d300s, d3
    Canon: 20D, 30d, 50d, 5d, 5dm2, 1dm2

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    I use mostly my Canon Rebel XS, occasionally a Canon Powershot 880 IS. I've also recently got a Zenit 122 35mm SLR, but I haven't used it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
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    The whole "google it" thing is kinda weird to me too.
    The value search engines have for me, is that I often discover information I didn't know, I would want to know.

    Several years ago I traded in a couple hundred of my older books at a used book store.

    I was quite proud when they told my my book collection was the most eclectic they had ever seen.



    It boils down to the fact there are 3 kinds of people on online forums
    1. specialists that know more and more about less and less.
    2. generalists that know less and less about more and more.
    3. ← and the aliens from the Gxlmqzi system

    Did you get this info off of Google???????
    Just some of my thoughts...

    Pierre

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    Most of the time, digital: Canon 5DMKII
    Sometiimes: Canon 7D
    Backup: Canon 40D

    When I'm in the mood to shoot 35mm: My trusty Nikon F - 40 years and still going strong.

    When I'm in the mood to shoot medium format: Mamiya RB67 Pro S or Mamiya 645 or Mamiya C330.
    Your honest C&C is always welcome and appreciated. For those with such interests: My Gear
    "Photography's never been merely about photographing what you could see; it's always been about photographing what you wanted to see." ~ Ctein
    Life is like photography... FOCUS on what's important, CAPTURE the good times, DEVELOP from the negatives, and if things don't work out, TAKE ANOTHER SHOT!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckster View Post
    Most of the time, digital: Canon 5DMKII
    Sometiimes: Canon 7D
    Backup: Canon 40D

    When I'm in the mood to shoot 35mm: My trusty Nikon F - 40 years and still going strong.

    When I'm in the mood to shoot medium format: Mamiya RB67 Pro S or Mamiya 645 or Mamiya C330.
    Oh come on! Alright..maybe in 40 years I'll have that much equipment too lol.

    Being that I was a retard and pawned most of my stuff I had bought when I was 18 though, I'm waay behind again!

    BTW, just noticed your location! I'm not normally that observant .
    The forum is this wonderful place for amateur's to ask questions, and professionals to give answers.
    There are so many amateur question asker's here, that will give such great professional opinions every day!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganFarts View Post
    Oh come on! Alright..maybe in 40 years I'll have that much equipment too lol.
    Everybody's gotta have a hobby.

    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganFarts View Post
    BTW, just noticed your location! I'm not normally that observant .
    Noticed yours right away, but of course, your screen name got my attention on that. Was wondering whereabouts though. I'm in Wolverine when I'm home, but I'm rarely home; Currently in Northern Alabama.
    Your honest C&C is always welcome and appreciated. For those with such interests: My Gear
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    We recently got a Canon 550D with 17-85IS and 75-300 USM II
    Also have a Sony DSC-H2 that we used a lot before the Canon.
    And we top it off with a DSC-W120 for point and click

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganFarts View Post
    Oh come on! Alright..maybe in 40 years I'll have that much equipment too lol.
    Everybody's gotta have a hobby.

    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganFarts View Post
    BTW, just noticed your location! I'm not normally that observant .
    Noticed yours right away, but of course, your screen name got my attention on that. Was wondering whereabouts though. I'm in Wolverine when I'm home, but I'm rarely home; Currently in Northern Alabama.

    I live and work in the Traverse City area. Being from Michigan, you may have heard of Britten, a large sign printing company.

    With all this snow... I don't blame you for being in Alabama! I went to Georgia for a week a few winters ago, for some press training, and I didn't want to come back!
    The forum is this wonderful place for amateur's to ask questions, and professionals to give answers.
    There are so many amateur question asker's here, that will give such great professional opinions every day!


 

 
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