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Old Mar 8, 2006, 7:53 AM   #1
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I was at a job today and the media were there, including print media, one of the photographers came up to me and we started chatting.

He had a couple of cameras hanging about his neck including a brand new Canon 1D mkII 16.7mp camera with a huge 30-70mm F1.8 lens.

I had it in my hands and checking out the buttons, looked through the biggest damned viewfinder I have ever seen, unbelieveable, bright, huge, wide, did I mention HUGE :shock:, clear, sharp, HUGE. :shock:

I reluctently handed it back and he snapped off a stack of shots on continuous mode, damn fast (4 frames per second in a burst of to 32 JPEG or 11 RAW files)

I was a little in awe, especially when he told me he gave away his Canon 1D MkI, I could have fallen over.

Camera, $5800Aus, lens $10K Aus..yes please...:sad:

I still like my DL, I think it is cute....:lol: small, light and MINE.
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Old Mar 8, 2006, 10:10 AM   #2
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sounds like a nice camera but the price.... whew that is a bit much.but i still like my DL i just love it too much to give it up.
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Old Mar 8, 2006, 10:39 AM   #3
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One reason for paying the price is that most national magazines will not accept photos from cameras using less than 12 Mega pixel sensors for their articles.

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