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Old Apr 13, 2007, 3:54 PM   #31
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True, but Cope keeps spending my money also. He convinced me I had to have the vertical grip for the D200.
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Old Apr 13, 2007, 6:38 PM   #32
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This simplyan extension of chronic lens addiction for Cope. He simply ran out of affordable lenses that he could buy for the KM mount so he had to change systems. The good news is by the timeshe maxxes out on Nikon, the new generation Sony's will be out and he can back over to the bright side. :blah:
manstreak, I already have all the lenses I need for the Nikon (5). I already sold99% of my Km gear at Dyxum, and in a week or so I am posting the balance on eBay. Once it's gone, so am I. I will say it again though, nikon and especially Canon need to take ergonomics 101 from the mind of monolta university. I concur with Gary's comments on the D200 ergonomics. I haven't shot over ISO 200 so far, and he and I have different shooting needs anyway. Maybe Gary will do a side by side of the two cameras soon, and if not, when he and I meet up, we will duet together.
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Old Apr 14, 2007, 1:24 AM   #33
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This simplyan extension of chronic lens addiction for Cope. He simply ran out of affordable lenses that he could buy for the KM mount so he had to change systems. The good news is by the timeshe maxxes out on Nikon, the new generation Sony's will be out and he can back over to the bright side. :blah:
manstreak, I already have all the lenses I need for the Nikon (5). I already sold99% of my Km gear at Dyxum, and in a week or so I am posting the balance on eBay. Once it's gone, so am I. I will say it again though, nikon and especially Canon need to take ergonomics 101 from the mind of monolta university. I concur with Gary's comments on the D200 ergonomics. I haven't shot over ISO 200 so far, and he and I have different shooting needs anyway. Maybe Gary will do a side by side of the two cameras soon, and if not, when he and I meet up, we will duet together.

Sounds like the Methadonetherapy to me.

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