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    Default Re: Help: Canon/Nikon experts help needed!

    Ok, a big THANK YOU to everybody for your comment/advice, I have turely learned a lot for all of you. I have decidied on what to get and will head down to the shop later in the evening. Machas gracias!

    One more last important question which is really noob. What should I look out for when buying a DSLR? How to properly test out a DSLR? Should I also test the dead pixels on both the LCD and CCD? how to go about that? What to check in the mirror/prism? All this I dunno how to do leh
    Last edited by noobie; 20th April 2007 at 03:35 PM.

  2. #42

    Default Re: Help: Canon/Nikon experts help needed!

    Quote Originally Posted by noobie View Post
    Ok, a big THANK YOU to everybody for your comment/advice, I have turely learned a lot for all of you. I have decidied on what to get and will gt my 1st DSLR. Machas gracias!

    Ok now I have a real noob question. What should I look out for when buying a DSLR? How to properly test out a DSLR? Should I also test the dead pixels on both the LCD and CCD? how to go about that? What to check in the mirror/prism? All this I dunno how to do leh
    This is already covered in the other thread you just started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Focus motor also not there for 400D..
    400d doesn't need a focus motor. All canon lenses have motors inside. Nikon lenses however do not have the motor in the body except for AF-S lenses. That is why d40 and d40x can only use AF-S and singma HSM lenses greatly reducing the lenses available to you. Unless of course you intend to manual focus all the way....

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    Quote Originally Posted by noobie View Post
    why is it so? I hear the nikon RAW program cost $$$ too. You mean the out in RAW from Nikon is easier to use or the pix quality is better? Which one you meant?
    I think he means that the d80 can shoot more raw at 3fps before the buffer fills up and the camera slows down.

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