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  1. nmt6789

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    D70 or D reb?
     
  2. SpiderOnTheFloor

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    If you want to shoot at iso 800 and 1600 get the xt. If you have massive hands or have to compensate for something with a larger camera, get the nikon.
     
  3. nmt6789

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    Aight so it looks like im going with the d reb...
     
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    If you want to be like Tomash, get the rebel 350 XT digital. If you want to be like Evan, get the 70Ds
     
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    Pedophile or homo... tough decision :noes:
     
  6. Derrict

    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    If you can afford it, 20D or 30D. Ergonomics on the low end Nikon bodies are nice but the lower resolution and below average high ISO performance pushed me towards the Canon bodies (plus the good Canon telephoto lenses that are readily available unlike the 6 month backorder for Nikon glass :rofl: )
     
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    hold and shoot with both of them then decide which one looks like the best buy.

    d70 felt better in my hands than did the 300d so I bought Nikon. :dunno:
     
  8. eof

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    d70 but if you are looking to spend some more money look at the D200 or one of the more expensive canon bodies (e.g. 20D, 30D)
     
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    who is evan? :hsd:



    And try them both out, whichever feels better is what you should buy. I'd push for the Nikon, but you should get what works for you.
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    President of the Nikon Fan Club.
     
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    The greatest fag-tographer in the world :bowdown:
     
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    I'm interested.. Details? haha
     
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    fisheye for indoor real estate photography, nuff said.
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    all I see is BMW pics :dunno:
     
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    Why on earth would someone buy a camera that "feels" better in thier hands over one that has better ISO?

    Your hands will get used to a camera.
    The camera will become 2nd nature with time so that point is really moot.
     
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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    d70 above ISO400 = meh
     
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    ^ ^ ^ and he uses a Nikon
     
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    Maybe because High ISO is simply not the endall only reason why you should choose one camera over another?
     
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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    I belive in this very much also too.
     
  20. tenplanescrashing

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    big hands and small cameras don't go well...and I rarely shoot over ISO 400 anyways so why would that be part of my buying solution?

    plus, the location of your on/off switch is incredibly annoying.
     
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    Nikon Ego-nomics > all
     
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    D70 > 350d
     
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    QFT

    :noes: :hsd:
     
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    Idunno. I'd rather have something that feels great, but may not go up to iso 3200 than something that feels like crap and can.
     

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