4) Again, if u are shooting in dark condition like bars, discos, dense forest, D3 will allow u to focus easily on that person face or bird without focusing back and forth and in the end focusin on the tree branch or disco light. If u are shooting catwalk assignments in night clubs, u will be in trouble if u cant focus fast enough on the model face. They will just pose for a few seconds and turn back.
You see, better technology clearly have their merits and definitely useful. and they definitely allows u to create better pictures which u otherwise cant. Think ansel adams is great/good and he can take great picture using film camera/pinhole or watever? Think again. For ansel, his type of shoots are mostly static landscapes kind, and i dare to say is unchallenging. what is challenging is thinking of the composition and to time ur shot such that u can get the best lighting effects in ur photo. This is wat is called a masterpiece.
http://www.anseladams.com/index.asp?...ATS&Category=9 <-- these are what he shoots.[/QUOTE]
another thing to point out. when "better " technology, esq in low light in clubs and disco, we can hit 2 to 4 shots of the model before they turn away. A D50 will not be doing that. will prob still hunting in focus by the time the next model comes in view.