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Old Feb 3, 2011, 10:09 PM   #8
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No, that is not what I am saying. If video is really important. The dslr will be harder to used, as you really need to manual focus to get great results.

But a dslr will required a larger learn curve, but there is a ton of info on the net and youtube.

That is why I suggested a m4/3 camera or the sony slt. They have dslr features and image quality. But the video is easier to you. The m4/3 and SLT have dslr sensors. So they will produce much higher quality photos.

If you like the photos of the nikon, then the larger sensor is something you will want for that higher quality video.
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