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If you're relatively new to Digital SLRs or haven't quite figured out how to get the most out of you Digital SLR, then please get in touch with me (PM would be great) as we may be able to help you out.
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Quote: or haven't quite figured out how to get the most out of you Digital SLR
That is me... but not a Nikon / Canon user !
Perhaps it's assumed that everyone who uses Sony or Pentax know how to get the most out of their cameras?
...or that they wouldn't benefit from knowing!
Just made me spit tea everywhere
Actually, i wouldn't mind knowing how to get the most out of my camera. Thing is............how much is it going to cost me?
I would like to be fully in control of my DSLR.
had my canon for a year now and im still confused
Are you sure you don't want to change the title of this thread before somebody 'Tweets' it - and you'all get sued into bankruptcy Josh!!??
help out in wat way mmm
What is this tread about ? wanting to buy the cameras ? or telling them how to use there cameras ?
iv a canon450d im new to iv just built alit box from pvc pipeing from a design on google now trying to figure out ideas to set up and use it also help get use to exposeures of camera etc is this the type of thing this threads about
It's for beginners new to Nikon (mostly) and Canon cameras. And will be giving people access to training videos which we would like covering on the site. Hopefully a win win situation if people are interested? We may not be able to offer them for everyone, but if it's something you're interested please PM me and let me know what camera you have. Thanks Josh
well im giving it a go,as they say you gotta be in it to win it. lol
I am a very happy Canon user, but if I was entering the DSLR market now I think I would go Nikon. This is nothing more than the internet chatter seems to fall on the side that Nikon is less into the megapixel war and seems to be concentrating on other aspects of image quality.
Even after all these years with a camera, most of the time any midrange camera (be it Canon/Nikon/Lumix) exceed my needs so the question is really academic.
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