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accepted Is the SanDisk Extreme SDHC 16GB card compatble with nikon D5000?
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accepted How does Nikon measure “minimum focus distance” for Macro/Micro lenses?
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comment What is the nature of noise in small-sensor cameras, and can it be overcome in the future?
Wow I did not know I am asking so difficult question. Maybe I need to take it to physics.stackexchange.com.
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asked What is the nature of noise in small-sensor cameras, and can it be overcome in the future?
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asked Does my SLR have an indicator to help me use manual focus quickly and accurately?
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comment How do I decide on a camera/lens with high zoom range?
Hi @Lynda, I agree. Everybody who bought SLR, including me, tend to fall in love with it. Not that people cannot fall in love with high-quality point and shoot. But I never heard of people saying this. Of SLR, I hear it time and again "I loved my SLR from the first shot. Right after I opened and unpacked the box, there were electric sparks between me and that black body of glass and metal". MAGIC. So. If his requirement is "I need to fall in love with my camera", SLR is recommended, right.
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