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Jan 27, 2011 20:41 |  #46

vipergts831 wrote in post #11728321 (external link)
Very true. I was actually surprised when i recieved my current issue of popular photography and they review both the 60D and D7000. From the raving i had read on this forum i thought for sure the D7000 would be the choice. However, Pop photo gave the edge to the 60D.

"Choosing an advanced DSLR is never easy. If you’re already a Canon shooter and wondering whether to upgrade to the 60D, it makes plenty of sense to do so. It surpasses the 50D in most areas, while adding video capture and an articulated screen. If you’re trying to choose between the 60D and the D7000, as we said in the Nikon’s test, we give the edge to Canon. It has higher resolution, one stop better noise control (and more resolving power to sacrifice if you opt for heavier noise reduction), and can focus in dimmer light than the Nikon. Case closed."

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eh? are they not Biased to Canon? ;);)


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Jan 27, 2011 20:47 |  #47

monk3y wrote in post #11728333 (external link)
eh? are they not Biased to Canon? ;);)

Nope ive been reading that magazine for a long time. They gave camera of the year to a sony. :)


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Jan 27, 2011 20:55 |  #48

I don't trust Canon camera (or lenses) to focus accurately in the situations I use them in. I'd take the Nikon, though the lower end Nikons also have lower end focus systems.


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Jan 27, 2011 21:06 |  #49

vipergts831 wrote in post #11728018 (external link)
We all know why ;) :p

The Nikon D4x. ;)




  
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Jan 27, 2011 23:04 |  #50

In on the first page!


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Jan 28, 2011 01:15 |  #51

:O
I joined this forum a while back, and only have 1 post because I always felt out of place being a Nikon User, so I'm leaving my shell and opening up : ) Hello all!

I originally got a d40 back in march of 09, then I got a D5000 in july of 2010, and now this Month I became the proud owner of a d7000

IMAGE: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5015/5392591435_7aec38beb2_z.jpg

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any feedback is appreciated.



  
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Jan 28, 2011 05:10 |  #52

nicksan wrote in post #11726482 (external link)
There was really no reason to close the thread. Probably could have been cleaned up. I could have deleted my posts too. Maybe we can ask the Mods to add a link to the original thread in the first post of this thread so at least we can refer to it if needed. There's some good information in there.

I agree with you Nick. Real shame about the other thread.

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Jan 28, 2011 05:34 |  #53

Jaytypes wrote in post #11727154 (external link)
Here is a shot of my youngest with the D3s and 35G ISO 12800!

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I am really impressed with the ISO capabilities of the D3s

And so you should be along with many others,suppose I will have to make do with my lowly D3 then. Lol.

Nice shot Btw.

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Jan 28, 2011 09:26 |  #54

Clevereddie wrote in post #11729542 (external link)
:O
I joined this forum a while back, and only have 1 post because I always felt out of place being a Nikon User, so I'm leaving my shell and opening up : ) Hello all!

I originally got a d40 back in march of 09, then I got a D5000 in july of 2010, and now this Month I became the proud owner of a d7000

any feedback is appreciated.

Nice crisp looking shots and welcome to the Nikon Thread!

While I would say watch how you are centering your subjects in some of the shots, I think they work well in those particular photos. I like them!:D


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Jan 28, 2011 14:34 |  #55

Clevereddie wrote in post #11729542 (external link)
:O
I joined this forum a while back, and only have 1 post because I always felt out of place being a Nikon User, so I'm leaving my shell and opening up : ) Hello all!

I originally got a d40 back in march of 09, then I got a D5000 in july of 2010, and now this Month I became the proud owner of a d7000

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any feedback is appreciated.

Like the pics. The color (or lack of it in one pic) is just about perfect! .... May be proper use of rule of thirds in some of the pics could have yielded even better results.


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Jan 28, 2011 16:43 |  #56

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In on the first page!

The buckeyes are looking good unlike my orangemen in the last week and a half :mad::rolleyes:


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Jan 28, 2011 18:19 |  #57

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!! I am behind you on that one !!

no kidding, it's strange to not have one if we call the place "photography on the net" and not "canon on the net"


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Jan 28, 2011 20:09 |  #58

Thanks for the feedback guys! I hear that alot, that I should work on my centering, but for some reason I like my pictures like that lol. I will give it a try though.

IMAGE: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5295/5397139840_85d72ce5e7_z.jpg
I took this picture today, any feedback on the centering of it? also i know the snow got in my lens :(



  
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Jan 28, 2011 20:19 |  #59

Clevereddie wrote in post #11734389 (external link)
Thanks for the feedback guys! I hear that alot, that I should work on my centering, but for some reason I like my pictures like that lol. I will give it a try though.

I took this picture today, any feedback on the centering of it? also i know the snow got in my lens :(

IMHO, the tree doesn't add anything to the photo.


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Jan 28, 2011 21:24 |  #60

Greetings! Whats up all you Noinkers :3


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