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Old Oct 9, 2010, 10:19 PM   #11
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Sometimes problems are "buyers remorse".

I've never had a bad camera or lens (35mm or digital).

I've bought most of my stuff from B&H Photo Video and they do a great job shipping.

If there was ever a problem B&H would stand behind their stuff (not like some other web camera stores that are awful to deal with).

I've even bought used stuff fairly reliably.
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Old Oct 20, 2010, 9:44 AM   #12
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I appreciate the link, as it answers a plethra of my questions right off the bat, not just the camera issues but some teaching tools that will be applied. There is a lot of good info there and it is well worth the read by newbies like me! I have now realized that your posting it was for a good reason and by going through this now, it will keep me from cluttering this site with questions that could be answered by just taking a little time (or maybe a lot of time as in my case), to apply what can be learned there.

Thanks for steering me in this direction, it was greatly needed...Frank

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