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Photographicjourney
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Mar 20, 2018 13:53 |  #166

I wonder if there is anyone who switched because of sentimental reasons

I switches from a 5d3 to D750 and have all the lenses I'm dreaming of: 35 ART/50ART/85ART/135ART and three zooms.

I find that the D750 is absolutely stunning and does everything I need.

But still I'm sometimes tempted to buy a 5d3 again. Not because of technical reasons. Just because the 5d3 felt so good in my hands.

Anyone experienced this?




  
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Mar 21, 2018 05:49 as a reply to  @ Photographicjourney's post |  #167

To Tom Reichner;
I was not replying your post. I've just put my post on the end of the thread.
As far as I'm concerned, this thread can wander up to North Pole.


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Apr 12, 2018 19:41 |  #168

Photographicjourney wrote in post #18590258 (external link)
I wonder if there is anyone who switched because of sentimental reasons

I switches from a 5d3 to D750 and have all the lenses I'm dreaming of: 35 ART/50ART/85ART/135ART and three zooms.

I find that the D750 is absolutely stunning and does everything I need.

But still I'm sometimes tempted to buy a 5d3 again. Not because of technical reasons. Just because the 5d3 felt so good in my hands.

Anyone experienced this?

No not myself, I find the D850 just a better camera ergonomically than any camera I have ever owned before.


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