Will you change your complete DSLR camera system for another?

Will you change your complete DSLR camera system for another?


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since63

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If money is not an issue, will you let go of (change) your present DSLR system and get a complete new set of another brand?

Take note that the poll should be for those who already have a DSLR system. Thanks!

Others: Refer to Fuji, Olympus, Pentax and Sony/Minolta.
 

obewan

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If money is not an issue, I will definitely not change my present DSLR system.
I will buy all DSLR systems and try. :bsmilie:

But the problem is, money is always an issue. :think:
 

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since63 said:
If money is not an issue, will you let go of (change) your present DSLR system and get a complete new set of another brand?

Take note that the poll should be for those who already have a DSLR system. Thanks!

Others: Refer to Fuji, Olympus, Pentax and Sony/Minolta.
no option to change others to others...
 

since63

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obewan said:
If money is not an issue, I will definitely not change my present DSLR system.
I will buy all DSLR systems and try. :bsmilie:

But the problem is, money is always an issue. :think:
Let just say that if you have jsut strike 4D (not the new EOS)...will you consider changing it?
 

since63

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ortega said:
as the guru says "when in doubt, buy both"
You are right...when $$$ is not an issue, we can certainly have more!

As for the poll, it should be for the one and only system. : )
 

midicity

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If money no issue, I'll got for Canon's full frames :thumbsup: and whole range of L lenses :D
 

ortega

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all systems have their gems

I would config specific camera/lens/system for specific use

XX camera / XX lens for WA/landscapes
XX camera / XX lens for birding/nature
XX camera / XX lens for macro
XX camera / XX lens for Sports
XX camera / XX lens for people
XX camera / XX lens for Street

like that can or not?
 

obewan

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since63 said:
Let just say that if you have jsut strike 4D (not the new EOS)...will you consider changing it?
If the current system you are using suits you well, why change ??
Each brand will always come up with their own better stuffs every now and
then. There is no ending when it comes to BBB :devil:

The 4D $$ is better to use for tour to enjoy yourself and bring home some
nice photos.

I agree the urge to buy, try something new and different is always there. :bsmilie:
 

Cikgu101

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If i win a 1 million $$$ lottery, I'll still keep my Nikons and might consider buying either a leica or hassenblad system just for jolly ;p
 

wrx_sti_22b

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I ever changed from Pentax to Olympus. Everything. Not tat i striked 4D, I just sold of every Pentax items & went on to buy Olympus system.
 

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complete as in.... you have every lens for that mount in existant?
 

kelccm

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IF I have the $$$, I'll buy over both Canon and Nikon, combine the best of both world and earn even more $$$$$$ from you guys :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :devil: :devil:
 

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when money is not issued, i will not buy both....

for me, owning a lot is not equal to fun.

i prefer simple setup, lesser equipment and spend more time fun shooting =)

each person has a limited time of 24 hours per day to explore their systems..... if too many equipments, how to master?

i rather concentrate on 1 system a few lens and try to master them . ha ha ha ha :cool:
 

Friday13

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Paul_Yeo said:
when money is not issued, i will not buy both....

for me, owning a lot is not equal to fun.

i prefer simple setup, lesser equipment and spend more time fun shooting =)

each person has a limited time of 24 hours per day to explore their systems..... if too many equipments, how to master?

i rather concentrate on 1 system a few lens and try to master them . ha ha ha ha :cool:
Agreed! :)
 

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If money no issue I will but digital back and a Lager format.

I ever change from Nikon to Canon and both have their Pros and cons. If a person with P&S can shoots better photos than me with the most expensive system, why bother to change system.

I think I must follow my Sifu, change to a P&S.:dunno:
 

billpepsi

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since63 said:
You are right...when $$$ is not an issue, we can certainly have more!

As for the poll, it should be for the one and only system. : )

I guess your question is not about changing camera system, but rather "what is your ultimate system" right?
 

since63

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wrx_sti_22b said:
I ever changed from Pentax to Olympus. Everything. Not tat i striked 4D, I just sold of every Pentax items & went on to buy Olympus system.
Could kindly you share why you make the change? A few years back, a fren of mine drops his EOS for Minolta. Cos he's a hardcore Minolta fan and they just introduced their first DSLR.
 

since63

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Clown said:
complete as in.... you have every lens for that mount in existant?
It's not so much about getting a whole collection but rather would you give up the present collection and get a replacement of the equivalent makeup. Thats the main consideration, as to getting more lens or more systems, you may continue to post what's your wishes...one can never tell, for one day it may be reality for some! : )
 

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