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Old Nov 10, 2006, 1:42 PM   #21
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That's exactly my point. Factors like the convenience of the viewfinder and how the camera feels in actual use are really NOT minute at all. Factors like the size of the individual pixels are minor. The quality of the viewfinder is major.

jbigfoot wrote:
Doug, your points are well-taken. I finally got a chance to handle the cameras on my short list and it may come down to something as minute as the convenience of the viewfinder and how it feels when I'm using it. They are just that close, otherwise.
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Old Nov 13, 2006, 7:10 AM   #22
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Try as many cameras as you can and you will fall in love with one or the other. As in love, we tend to maximise the advantages and minimise the disadvantages.

The truth is there are no bad dslr's in the market place. It somes down to what grabs you in the gut!!.

For me coming from a Canon Rangefinder film background it was Olympus and I own the C5050 and the E500

I love them both. 'nuff said!!

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