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    Quote Originally Posted by D-B-J
    D7000 because i upgraded my old D200, and it was a more sensible idea than the d300s as it has better ISO capabilities, and many other things.
    Agreed



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    Quote Originally Posted by tevo

    <== Camera.
    Delicious looking camera there.

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    I have been using Canon Camera from the time I started my career as professional photographer. Currently, using Canon Powershot A495 due to its amazing picture quality.

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    Canon 60D best affordable price/quality combination at the time I bought it, but still really happy with it..
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    Canon XSi and a few lenses. I actually use my Canon SX30 more than the DSLR, its a lot in a small package and have it with me most of the time. The DSLR and the lenses I carry in my bag are just to heavy and cumbersome for casual shooting, keep them for "serious" photography.

    I started with the original Canon Rebel, moved up through the XT,XTi, and to the XSi. For what I do, the 12 MP suits my needs and I'm surprised that I don't really have any interest (nor the money) to upgrade at this time.

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    Apart from the cameras I use for work, I call my current favourite camera "Nottman". This is because it is not a Littman*. I'm using it now because I am almost out of 4x5 instant B&W film so I've decided to use it all up at once instead of prolonging the agony.

    * A Littman is a similar type of converted Polaroid camera but is, in my opinion, way overhyped, way overpriced and shrouded in meaningless, deliberately obfuscating technobabble.

    Here's Nottman:

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    Quote Originally Posted by VannahRose143

    Heck yes it is.

    Nice

    Nice
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    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    Canon 60D. I wanted a new camera with a fresh warranty. Relative to the T3i, the decision was a no brainer for the slight difference in cost. Relative to the 7D, I decided that the rather significant jump in cost didn't justify the extra features for me. Ideally I wanted full frame, but I didn't want the 5D MkII. If I'm spending that much on a camera it better do everything I want, so I'm waiting on the 5D MkIII (or 6D, or 3D, or whatever it ends up being), to see if it's worth the upgrade then. In the mean time the 60D is great! I chose Canon over Nikon on a purely subjective "How nice does it feel and how intuitive is it?" kind of basis.
    60d, Tokina 11-16 2.8, Canon 24 1.4L II, Zeiss 35 1.4 Distagon, Zeiss 50 2.0 Makro-Planar, Canon 85 1.8, Yashica DX 135 2.8, flashy stuff, filtery stuff

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    great thread by the way Vannah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    Well, since I can have my cake and eat it too...........

    I get trigger-happy with a Nikon D60 and D7000.

    Why? Because that's all I can afford.
    I see dead pixels!
    Go forth and actuate!



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    Quote Originally Posted by 480sparky
    Well, since I can have my cake and eat it too...........

    I get trigger-happy with a Nikon D60 and D7000.

    Why? Because that's all I can afford.
    zing

    Both good cameras!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    Gosh, I thought Exposure Compensation was like Title IX, or the Equal Rights Act....you know, designed as a way to make up for wrongs of the past, and to give disadvantaged exposures compensation for the past history of under-exposures, inflated ISO ratings, and deliberate and willful over-exposures in the face of sidelighting...huh....guess not...we love ya tevo...

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    2 X d7000, because the first one needed a friend........and its the only 2X body i could afford. 2X d700 was not within my budjet.

    They are powerfull little cameras that suit me really well for the type of work i do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EchoingWhisper View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
    Nikon D3 - I have 3 of them. Professional grade full frame, 300,000 actuations shutter life, built-in vertical grip and controls.
    Nikon D300 - I have 2 of them (one is for sale here on TPF). The D300 has a crop sensor, but the layout of all the external controls and buttons is essentially the same as the D3, so switching between them is eazy-peezy.
    Kodak C813 - a christmas present a few years ago,
    Wow. Why do you need so many cameras?
    I have 2 photography businesses.
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    Photography is at its core an attempt to represent the reality of light in a media that canít faithfully reproduce it.

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    That is a beauty Helen.

    Film F90, F100 and my favorite Plaubel Makina
    Digital 700
    Olympus E-pen

    why not.

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    Canon Powershot SX130IS for Digital

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