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I'm drooling already !!!
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well heres hoping the D3x kicks its arse
doubt that very much!
that's pretty damn nice.
perhaps if i sold a kidney
Like every other camera, give me a Canon 1Ds Mark III and I'd still take naff photos. LOL .
I took up cycling, bought a £3000 bike and couldn't keep up with my mates, tried fishing, bought all the gear but caught not a thing, apart from a earwigging from Lindsay, about all the money I'd spent on another hobby
Why is the Mark III cheaper than the Mark II?
LOL Stephen, a colleague of mine collects high priced gadgets like stamps, not a clue how to use them!
Quote: Perhaps if i sold a kidney
The supply of kidneys has just gone up!
I'll take two please!!
Poor old Stephen, he is so hard done by, I must be terrible to live with me.
Lindsay (his overbearing wife by the sounds of things)
You are in work, you shouldn't be on here, surely you have something better to do!
Quote: Lindsay (his overbearing wife by the sounds of things)
Oh, heck, I'm in trouble.
Lorna & I have just counted up the money you have spent on your hobbies in the last few years so, you can buy me that scooter, or else!
Thank you darlin!
Anyway, back on topic, sorry about that. That is a great image. When i take a picture in Raw Format (D200) the image is usually around 15mb. And when compressed to Jpeg around 3mb at the most, why is this file 9mb? I know i'm a tad slow, but can't work that out.
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