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Aug 04, 2010 06:53 |  #46

I think you made a good decision to go for the 5D. I am looking forward to reading how it compares with your 400D.


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Aug 04, 2010 08:20 |  #47

i have recently got a 5D classic. I haven't done much shooting yet, but the full frame is just amazing. (price in UK seem higher than in the US though, you might want to consider buying one from the US)


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Aug 04, 2010 08:25 |  #48

matonanjin wrote in post #10633386 (external link)
On my one body that has dust shaker, btw, I turned it off.

..why?


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Aug 04, 2010 10:58 |  #49

k-lo wrote in post #10633397 (external link)
copperhill method > dust shaker

Proper lens changing technique + dust shaker = almost no maintenance for normal use. I've had very good results with the dust systems on the 50D / 5D2 and I change glass as much as a Hollywood starlet changes boyfriends.


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