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    Quote Originally Posted by Musthaveittoday View Post
    No, it's cos you are addicted
    probably, but not on computing anymore, just bought a DSLR to drain my bank account even more

    Novatech should sell lenses
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    Quote Originally Posted by wuyanxu View Post
    probably, but not on computing anymore, just bought a DSLR to drain my bank account even more

    Novatech should sell lenses


    Oh dear, I've seen the effect camera addiction can have on a man


    They did used to do camera stuff, my last digital compact came from here, a Konica Minolta G400, still have it today and it still takes the best pictures I've ever seen for a camera of it's standard, sadly KM gave up the camera market when it got too competitive, but we have 2 in the family as my dad followed suit once he saw the shots it was knocking out, both still work but could do with new battery packs and both still look like a camera that would be for sale today still, here's a review.....http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/G400/G40A.HTM

    Sorry for the hijack.


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    DSLR is where it's at need to shoot in full manual.

    when i was little, i remember snapping photos with a manual focus SLR belong to my grandparents. then when i was in secondary school, i remember shooting photos using my parents Canon 300 SLR, also AF, but aperture priority.

    now, with DSLR where each shot only costs 20MB on a 32GB SD card, i'll be going full manual when the time permits.


    sorry for derailing the thread, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wuyanxu View Post
    DSLR is where it's at need to shoot in full manual.

    when i was little, i remember snapping photos with a manual focus SLR belong to my grandparents. then when i was in secondary school, i remember shooting photos using my parents Canon 300 SLR, also AF, but aperture priority.

    now, with DSLR where each shot only costs 20MB on a 32GB SD card, i'll be going full manual when the time permits.


    sorry for derailing the thread, lol.
    hehe, I think the answer to the question was said in post #2, it's just been a general discussion from then on :P

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