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Old Dec 29, 2009, 9:29 AM   #861
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One more thing I added here because,

In this thread, all p90 users gives valuable suggestion.

And for new thread there might be possibility of no one give that much of importance for such a repeated threads "what should I buy"

Now as per your suggestion I am going to post there.

But as per your long experience in photography, Please please tell me Can I buy this model or there are any other model (with same price range)?

please.

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Old Dec 29, 2009, 1:35 PM   #862
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I think it is more important to have the "skills" than the equipment/tools. Really! Good skills will still get good photos from practically any camera. Expensive equipment is no good if you don't know how to use it or if you don't have the eye for lighting and composition.


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Old Dec 30, 2009, 7:20 AM   #863
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Hi Jack,

Please at least you give me a good suggestion please........

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Hi Jack,

Please at least you give me a good suggestion please........

Prash
First, I suggest you read all the posts on this camera... (863 post & 112,586 views) that will answer a lot of your questions... such as a couple post I made suggesting a person should go to the local Best Buy or similar store and try the cameras hands-on to see which one they liked.

For me, I like both the Sony H-50 & Nikon P90, with Nikon having the slight edge.
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Old Dec 30, 2009, 1:06 PM   #865
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Hi Jack, your photos are so pretty!!! Very impressive. I have a P90 as well, and P90 is the most complex camera I owned so far. I just got it on Xmas and have not had much time to play around with it. What setting of "AF-Area Mode" do you use? The default is Auto in P mode, but it almost always focus on the area which I was not expected. Do you change the setting for different shooting situation?
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Hi Jack, your photos are so pretty!!! Very impressive. I have a P90 as well, and P90 is the most complex camera I owned so far. I just got it on Xmas and have not had much time to play around with it. What setting of "AF-Area Mode" do you use? The default is Auto in P mode, but it almost always focus on the area which I was not expected. Do you change the setting for different shooting situation?
I forget the setting now as I don't have the P90 anymore... (my Uncle has it) as I now have the big brother of the P90, the D5000 DSLR.

Maybe someone here that has one can help you? Your users manual should tell you too. Just look in the index.
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I wanted to share a picture I just took today. Its a moon shot! I love this camera!
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That is very nice work, Hector-

Happy New Year!


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Sarah,

Thanks!

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Hector-

You are really moving along nicely with your Nikon P-90.

Have a great day.

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