Happy New Year to everyone at CS!!!


zenny

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Hi, newbie here with very 1st DSLR, a D7000.
I just joined CS and will be lurking in the Newbies forum to learn more about DSLR and photography.

:):):)
 

AnsQ

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Hi and welcome to CS zenny and happy new year to you too.

Enjoy shooting with your D7000! :)
 

zenny

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Dec 6, 2010
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Thanks for the warm welcome. Am using the kit lens 18-105mm as a walk about lens and am happy with it.

Just a casual shooter/hobbyist with no specific interests ie macro, portraits etc....
Still getting to know the camera.....steep learning curve ahead since I'm basically a P&S guy.
So, hardware collection is out for me except maybe a Tammy 17-50mm f2.8 VC and a 70-300mm VR. That will complete my hardware arsenal :bsmilie:

For now, am reading books by Bryan Peterson. :sweat::sweat::sweat:
 

Daoyin

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Welcome. 18-105mm is a very good lens to get started because it has a sufficient range for you to experiment.
 

ZerocoolAstra

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zenny said:
Thanks for the warm welcome. Am using the kit lens 18-105mm as a walk about lens and am happy with it.

Just a casual shooter/hobbyist with no specific interests ie macro, portraits etc....
Still getting to know the camera.....steep learning curve ahead since I'm basically a P&S guy.
So, hardware collection is out for me except maybe a Tammy 17-50mm f2.8 VC and a 70-300mm VR. That will complete my hardware arsenal :bsmilie:

For now, am reading books by Bryan Peterson. :sweat::sweat::sweat:
Welcome to CS.
Read and shoot more with the kit lens :) You'll gain a better understanding of your preferred style and genre, then only start considering other lenses.
 

flyfox

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welcome and happy new year
 

SHoo8

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Welcome to CS :)
Happy New Year
 

zenny

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Dec 6, 2010
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Welcome to CS.
Read and shoot more with the kit lens :) You'll gain a better understanding of your preferred style and genre, then only start considering other lenses.
Thanks and advice noted. My kit lens will stay with me for a while and the 2 lens which I had mentioned earlier will be at a much later stage.
I wanna avoid all those heavy 2.8 zoom lenses as I do not want to lug around when I'm abroad. That's one of the main reasons why I took so long to jump over to DLSRs.
I wanna travel light and a walkabout lens will do nicely.
 

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