View Poll Results: Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??

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  • LCD Preview

    5 45.45%
  • Compact and light weight

    7 63.64%
  • I can live with all the above for the speed and quality of DSLR

    6 54.55%
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Thread: Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??

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    Default Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??



    Notice that many pple have sold their E10, CP5700, F707, Pro90IS....etc for D60, D100, S2Pro

    Wonder if you all found that taking photo are more difficult now without the LCD preview function? Esp when want to shoot in some wired angle or want to take candid picture on the street. Also, do u find that your eyes get tired easily after looking thru the optical viewfinder with one eye for too long?

    Not only your wallet is hurt by all the lenes and accessories....you may be also having backache every day after carrying the bulky and heavy load. The size & weight of your gear also make handheld for longer exposure more difficult.
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
    so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY

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    Default Re: Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??

    Originally posted by Wai


    Notice that many pple have sold their E10, CP5700, F707, Pro90IS....etc for D60, D100, S2Pro
    I have not....





    But don't know for how long.

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    Default Re: Re: Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??

    Originally posted by Goondu

    But don't know for how long.
    The force is getting stronger as many of us have fallen for the dark side rite?
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
    so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??

    Originally posted by Wai


    The force is getting stronger as many of us have fallen for the dark side rite?
    The force is strong and my will is weak......

    but I have good help to overcome the force....

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    My wife.

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    I saved 3 years for a prosumer. Hmmm ... wonder how many years do i have to save for a DSLR ....

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    Default Re: Consumer DC -> DSLR upgrader, what have you missed??

    Originally posted by Wai


    Notice that many pple have sold their E10, CP5700, F707, Pro90IS....etc for D60, D100, S2Pro

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    Half way...... not too sure

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    erm... stupid question, DSLR dun have LCD preview??? can't view pic immediately after taking?

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    Originally posted by chenwei
    erm... stupid question, DSLR dun have LCD preview??? can't view pic immediately after taking?
    Chenwei, looking at your shot after shooting the scene/subject is known as "review".

    Getting to see the shot before you shot by composing via the LCD is known as previewing.

    Before and after.
    Hope this helps to clear your doubts.
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    Originally posted by Wolfgang

    Chenwei, looking at your shot after shooting the scene/subject is known as "review".

    Getting to see the shot before you shot by composing via the LCD is known as previewing.

    Before and after.
    Hope this helps to clear your doubts.
    heh...

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