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Old Apr 5, 2005, 11:10 AM   #51
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Yes dust can get in between the lenses, I know I have had the problem, removing the top cover and using an aerosol air blowere can help rescue the siuation.

the focusing is very dicey.

The low light situation is not good for focusing either.

add in movement and your really in trouble, dont bother to take it to a low light wedding church or anything you can forget it.

the long range in good light is also slow focusing less you set up on infinity.

anything above iso 100 results in so much noie you will wish you never bothered.

I'm trying to decide between the Canon 20D and the Konica Minolta 7d, I've had it with the high end digital cams. GOING DIGITAL SLR, and as much as i like the look of the canon I think I'm going to drop to 6megapixels and go the fhe Minolta and look forward to just changing a body now and again.

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