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Jun 09, 2013 16:01 |  #16

It's like having multiple wives :lol:.


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Jun 09, 2013 16:07 |  #17

I only have canon. But I am really gassing for a Fuji X100s. Canon doesn't have anything that can compare.


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Jun 09, 2013 18:05 |  #18

Tiller wrote in post #16014649 (external link)
I only have canon. But I am really gassing for a Fuji X100s. Canon doesn't have anything that can compare.

This is true. I probably would have bought one of those instead of the M if they weren't so dang spendy! At that cost though I'd rather buy another lens :cool:


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Jun 09, 2013 20:08 |  #19

I only shoot as a hobby, so I cannot see investing in two dSLR systems. I could understand a 2nd mirrorless system, though.

I do have a quite old Pentax film SLR, though, with 50mm and 135mm lenses.


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Jun 10, 2013 06:12 |  #20

Azathoth wrote in post #16014515 (external link)
Riiight:


:D:eek:

When you go out and shoot photos, do you toss a coin to choose what body you bring?

I shoot one at a time. :)

Bakewell wrote in post #16014591 (external link)
Really? Someone who will soon have FOUR systems....what other possible reason is there?

Bakewell wrote in post #16014599 (external link)
And why is that?

^^Phase One for landscapes, Nikon for my weddings, events, and special occasions, Canon sits in storage while waiting for them to make a sensor up to my standards, and Leica for my walk around/travel cam. :)

DarthVader wrote in post #16014634 (external link)
It's like having multiple wives :lol:.

All of them are high maintenance. ;)




  
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Jun 10, 2013 10:36 |  #21
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just recently I started having two systems Canon EOS with 5DIII and Olympus with OM-D.

Canon because I have bunch of glass, OM-D because its smaller lighter a lot more portable with better dynamic range and fun to shoot.

I need to slowly expand my M43 lenses.

I borrowed Panasonic 20mm pancake from a friend, its great having a tiny lens on OM-D and being able to fit into a pocket and just go.


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Jun 10, 2013 10:43 |  #22
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benesotor wrote in post #16013909 (external link)
I don't really see the point in having two very similar systems though.

that is true. 5DIII (DSLR) and OM-D (mirrorless) works great for me :)


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Jun 10, 2013 13:55 |  #23

My first foray into DSLR was last year with a K-m for £120. I bought 4 lenses, and was given 50 & 135 primes. Then 2 mths later I saw a mint Eos 600d body for £180. I sold the Penny with 3 lenses for £160 but kept the kit lens (didn't have a Canon kit lense at the time) and kept the primes and a manual Kiron 80-200, just looking for a decent adapter for 'em :-)


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Jun 10, 2013 17:27 |  #24

DSLRs for sports, mirrorless for everything else




  
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Jun 10, 2013 17:41 as a reply to  @ auto-clicker's post |  #25

Fuji X and Canon DSLR'S for now. Canon for work and when fps and af is critical, fuji x for my own fun and great travel camera.


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Jun 10, 2013 17:42 as a reply to  @ Kaiser_photographer's post |  #26

I have two. Film and digital.


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Jun 10, 2013 20:39 |  #27

I have the 5D3/EOS-M and SL1 which imho is like having 3 systems with shared flexibility. There are times that the EOS-M & the 90ex replace and serve as a better P&S option; there are times the SL1 with its size makes a great travel option. I like options.


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