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Old May 31, 2010, 7:13 PM   #1
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I almost posted this in the "What Camera Should I Buy" section... but this really shouldn't go there. This is more a lighthearted take on the camera-buying/learning process that anyone who spends a lot of time advising photo newbies - or has spent any real length of time in the hobby - is sure to understand and enjoy:

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Old May 31, 2010, 8:21 PM   #2
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Thanks a lot, Biro-

Its nice to have a bit of humor to ease the day.

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Also read the followup "P.S., but not to "George" http://theonlinephotographer.typepad...to-george.html
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An interesting article. There's a lot behind what he said, its just that not everyone goes down that route to the end - some get off at the first stop, or the second one. When I had a film camera, I had a basic one for over 20 years and was perfectly happy with it (and the two prime lenses that came with it). I added one lens after owning it for around 10 years, but that was all. Let's not talk about the present digital age, as I can't seem to quit buying photo stuff...
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