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haha.. so the Canon EOS 350D dont have that problem right?
will most prob to going down to try out the cams tml.
edit: as for storing the cam, is it ness to get a dry cabinet? or is there any alternative way to safely store the cam?
Last edited by wdEvA; 12th April 2007 at 02:38 AM.
have a question to ask,
how about sports photography?
what should i look out for in a dslr?
FPS? besides that? good AF(how does one tell if the AF is fast enough)?
sports photography involves:
camera body wise:
High FPS rate, buffer memory, High ISO values (for high shutter speeds)
Big aperture (eg F2.8 & below)
replying earlier post:
Canon EF lenses ALL have built in auto focus motors
Nikon is using a drive mech of some kind (sorry i canon user) which the D40 does not have, hence the need to find the newer lenses with built in motors.