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Old Nov 11, 2011, 3:55 AM   #1
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Serving truly to me, Canon 450D, has died. The shutter has broken. In my city, it to change it is impossible - backwardness of Russia that it is necessary to send all to Moscow. There was a question - to send in capital and to lay out half of cost of the camera or to buy, having added it is a little, new. I have dared not to save - have bought the new. Canon 550D. Plus Tamron 17-50 (2.8).
A little it is a pity old, but new pleases.
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Old Nov 11, 2011, 3:57 AM   #2
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Old Nov 11, 2011, 5:09 AM   #3
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Serving truly to me, Canon 450D, has died. The shutter has broken. In my city, it to change it is impossible - backwardness of Russia that it is necessary to send all to Moscow. There was a question - to send in capital and to lay out half of cost of the camera or to buy, having added it is a little, new. I have dared not to save - have bought the new. Canon 550D. Plus Tamron 17-50 (2.8).
A little it is a pity old, but new pleases.
Sorry to hear about the 450D. I'm sure you will enjoy the new camera
and the excellent Tamron 17-50mm.

Good luck with the new camera.
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Old Nov 11, 2011, 6:38 AM   #4
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The Canon 550D is a fine camera, and the Tamron 17-50/2.8 is a fine lens. Good luck with them.
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Good decision and a fine choice, both the new camera and lens are very good.

I always worry about replacing something that costs 1/2 the purchase price of a new unit. You never know what might break next in the old one.

Enjoy the new camera!
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Old technology may not be worth fixing. Congrats on the new one. That Tamron is a nice lens.
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