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Thread started 16 Nov 2007 (Friday) 11:18
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POLL: "Keep the classic or not?"
upgrade to the 1d and buy a charger and battery
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keep the 10d and save money w/ less camera
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which too keep

 
Digger
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Nov 16, 2007 11:18 |  #1

my main camera is a 5d. Love it, use it everyday for most things. I also have a 10d as a backup and a loaner for the wife. Yesterday a colleague gave me a 1d classic body, w/o a charger. after searching through the forum i have concluded that keep it would be an upgrade to the 10d but should I?

I can either keep the 1d and by a charger and extra battery for $300+, give the 10d to my dad
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keep the 10d cause it costs nothing and the batteries are compatible with my 5d and sell the classic.


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Nov 16, 2007 11:33 |  #2

Keep all 3. Give the 10D to your dad and the wife gets the classic. That way you get access to them all.




  
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Nov 16, 2007 11:58 as a reply to  @ bildeb0rg's post |  #3

1D foir around $300 is great....I sold my old one for over $700 less than 2 months ago (wish i hadn't).


the 1Dino is an incredible camera and has a superior AF to any camera besides other 1D's - IMHO

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Nov 16, 2007 12:36 |  #4

Save your money for the 5D II or whatever it'll be called!


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