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Oct 06, 2009 22:57 |  #1

i was cruising my local craigslist and saw a 50d for sale for sale but im low on cash got about a hundred bucks on me so a guy calls me on the T1i i had for sale ended up selling the t1i for 650 then buying the 50d for 750 i think its been a good night for me LOL



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Oct 06, 2009 22:59 |  #2

Congrats. Change your signature already. :)



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Oct 06, 2009 23:06 |  #3

Brett wrote in post #8775192 (external link)
Congrats. Change your signature already. :)


haha yes sir DONE!



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Oct 06, 2009 23:34 |  #4

Smooth move. Enjoy your new toy.

Hey-Citrus Heights! Good to have some locals on here. (No offense Brett.)

BTW how's the upstairs studio/mancave coming along, Brett?


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Oct 06, 2009 23:39 |  #5

Well done!! Congratulations on the new gear.


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Oct 06, 2009 23:44 |  #6

wow! lucky dude that's for sure!


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Oct 07, 2009 03:44 |  #7

w00t to Citrus Heights!

I will be back in April :D

Congrats on the purchase!


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Oct 07, 2009 03:53 as a reply to  @ NeoTokyo's post |  #8

Ballin'


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Oct 07, 2009 07:19 |  #9

Congrats, but with your current lens set up I don't think a body upgrade will do much.


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Oct 07, 2009 07:23 |  #10

Sure it will to plenty. It will give a control wheel instead of buttons. It will give an upgraded feel to the camera. Sometimes its the small things that make a big difference. And for only $100...i know ide rather have the nicer feeling body.


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Oct 07, 2009 07:26 |  #11

Blue S2 wrote in post #8776779 (external link)
Sure it will to plenty. It will give a control wheel instead of buttons. It will give an upgraded feel to the camera. Sometimes its the small things that make a big difference. And for only $100...i know ide rather have the nicer feeling body.

Thats merely your opinion. Someone else could simply say they don't like the wheel, they prefer buttons, they dont like the largeness of the 50d.

If the wheel and magnesium body of the camera can change how the photos out of camera look, i'd love to see.


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Oct 07, 2009 07:33 |  #12

thisisoriginal wrote in post #8776795 (external link)
Thats merely your opinion. Someone else could simply say they don't like the wheel, they prefer buttons, they dont like the largeness of the 50d.

If the wheel and magnesium body of the camera can change how the photos out of camera look, i'd love to see.

I must admit I don't understand the purpose of your comment. Forums are are made almost exclusively of opinions. Having played with both a T1i and a 50d, I agree that this was a great upgrade!

Congrats on the new camera!


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Oct 07, 2009 07:33 |  #13

thisisoriginal wrote in post #8776768 (external link)
Congrats, but with your current lens set up I don't think a body upgrade will do much.

Obviously this is ONLY your opinion also.........think it was a very significant upgrade.


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Oct 07, 2009 08:20 |  #14

That's what i call a sweet transition congrats on your new 50d


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Oct 07, 2009 08:24 |  #15

thisisoriginal wrote in post #8776795 (external link)
Thats merely your opinion. Someone else could simply say they don't like the wheel, they prefer buttons, they dont like the largeness of the 50d.

If the wheel and magnesium body of the camera can change how the photos out of camera look, i'd love to see.

I thought the 50d and the x1i were more or less had the same image performance, and that the difference was exta features that that aren't directly relatd to how the picture looks.


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