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    I got 2 D5o 1 black converted to Ir the other a silver D50... Love it to the bone.. Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahleksi View Post
    I have tried the Flickr and it shows all the information except shutter count.

    Thanks for the suggestion though. Never realize Flickr has so many features.
    it has to be:
    1) an OOC Jpeg which hasnt been edited at all
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    2) RAW edited by ONLY nikon software. then everything will come out all the way down to pixel size and distance from the subject..

    on a side note.... i just hit 111,000!! Whoohoo! but on a d200, so abit off topic
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    *raise hands* I am still using my D50 bought in 2006.

    The viewfinder rubber has broken and dropped off alr. Yet to get a replacement. I wonder where i can find one.

    I have no idea what's my shutter count.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Ang View Post
    it has to be:
    1) an OOC Jpeg which hasnt been edited at all
    or
    2) RAW edited by ONLY nikon software. then everything will come out all the way down to pixel size and distance from the subject..

    on a side note.... i just hit 111,000!! Whoohoo! but on a d200, so abit off topic
    bwah..you just come here for attention didn't you? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lx3ChuA View Post
    I got 2 D5o 1 black converted to Ir the other a silver D50... Love it to the bone.. Hehe
    I remembered the silver one and how many people complained that it wasn't a practical colour for photography, how times have changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChef View Post
    D500 arrghkkk!!
    Where ? Where ?
    Where is D500 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff7id View Post
    Where ? Where ?
    Where is D500 ?
    This could be my next camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChef View Post
    This could be my next camera.
    I tot u going to get a S3pro??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lx3ChuA View Post
    I tot u going to get a S3pro??
    But, shutter count is 50K+++ and design LKK.
    S5Pro|S3Pro|D50|16-85VR2|70-200VR|80-400VR|S50f1.4|105f2|135f2|SB900|SB80DX

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    Default Re: How many people still using D50?

    I am also still holding on to the D50 since 2006 - using it more than the D1H for it's weight, size, WB and color rendering and battery life. Probably the next cam will be a used D700 for the good old MF and AF FX lenses.

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