BW Subway Portraits d90 stills/video

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  1. Mike Kobal

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    I lived in NY for 13 years....nice video.
     
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    I like it! Good work ;)
     
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    thanks cande56755, atxshots. glad to hear that.
     
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    Cool video! I really enjoy the concept behind it, it kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time.
     
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    thats nice bro, i like it.. makes me think about a D90 instead of the D300 that im planning on getting :D
     
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    haha, thanks stillwater!
     
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    platano, thanks man. used to shoot with d300- now mainly d700 and d3, d300 definitely falls in the pro category. if you dont need the ruggedness, the d90 is awesome. i like it as a small backup camera, i like the sensor, although not as sharp as the d300, the dynamic range is a bit better.
     

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