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Old 11-21-2010, 01:13 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Texas Proud View Post
OK... my normal time frame for me to decide to spend money was compressed since my wife insisted we get this before our upcoming trip...

We decided to go to Ritz to take a look at the cameras...

They had the 3000 on sale... and the new 3100.. the 5000 did not seem to be 'worth it' when compared to the D90...

Soo... the D90... it is a little bit smaller than my current one, but a few ounces heavier... the picts we took seemed to come out well.. it has a LOT of things to learn... but since my current lenses work with it the wife thought it was worth the extra money for the body...

So, we ordered a refurb from B&H at about $720... that is $130 less than new... thanks for all the info...

the d90 is very very good. there is nothing you cant accomplish with it. i have plans to go full frame with a d700 but marilyn loves her d80. i sold off all my pro zooms and went nikon prime lenses. the size ,weight and low light ability are worth taking those extra couple of steps from not having a zoom.

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Old 11-23-2010, 04:35 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by Martha View Post
Ken Rockwell likes the D5000: Nikon D5000

But I understand not wanting the manual focus on the old lenses. How about a reconditioned camera? I got a refurbished Nikon through Adorama. Here is a reconditioned by Nikon d90 camera body: 25446B Nikon D90 Digital SLR Camera Body - Refurbished by Nikon U.S.A.

wow martha i thought i was the only one who would admit to reading kens stuff. he is ridiculed and laughed at on most photography sites . but ill admit it, marilyn and i learned more from his photography articles then anywhere else over the years... i would have to say he has been the biggest influence over our photography.

if anyone would like to see our galleries ill be more then happy to send you a link .just d/m me. you can see alot of kens influence on us.

there is so much of kens influence on our work,heres a few samples of what we do


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