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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Fube, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. umop 3pisdn

    umop 3pisdn Senior Member

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    I had a Canon Rebel XT, had it about 6 years. Just this last week, I tried out my cousins d40... it just doesn't compare in my opinion. Maybe because I had no clue how to work it? But it just didn't feel right. I think i might be stuck with Canon.
     
  2. Backalley Abortion Doctor

    Backalley Abortion Doctor Elite Member

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    So, I get the XSI, and the lenses, filters and polerizers will all work? (What I'm thinking of when I think of this shit is like... different caps not working on different cans, to put it into perspective)
     
  3. IlikePie

    IlikePie Elite Member

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    Auto Focus is overrated :p I prefer manual personally.
    (granted I'm shooting film strictly right now)
     
  4. kmcdon3960

    kmcdon3960 Elite Member

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  5. Vagrant

    Vagrant Elite Member

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    FYI

    Buying top-of-the-line brushes doesn't make you Claude Monet
     
  6. kmcdon3960

    kmcdon3960 Elite Member

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    I think that it's safe to say that I'll never own the camera who's viewfinder I just posted, I do have the $20 version (electro35.) which takes pictures just fine.

    I assume you're comment was directed towards me.
     
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  7. seywhat

    seywhat Elite Member

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  8. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    Mostly for skating and motion shots, although I'll be using it for street and art as well. Burst shots is one thing, yeah, but I also need it to take the shot as soon as I click the shutter.
     
  9. ShIfTeD

    ShIfTeD Elite Member

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    you mean a fast autofocus?
     
  10. UpstateHate585

    UpstateHate585 Elite Member

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    seywhat- i like some of them.for future reference, put a space between the the pics for easier viewing lol
     
  11. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    I guess, yeah; no shutter lag pretty much.
     
  12. ShIfTeD

    ShIfTeD Elite Member

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    well you'll always have "shutter lag" with autofocus, to eliminate that you do manual focus
     
  13. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    I'm sorry for polluting this thread, but by using manual, it eliminates shutter lag, and can do burst shots rather quicky?
     
  14. wafflecakee

    wafflecakee Elite Member

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    yes and the autofocus speed depends on the lens i think.
     
  15. ShIfTeD

    ShIfTeD Elite Member

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    yeah...i mean, as far as shooting a moving subject youll run into pics being out of focus when your subject gets further/closer away..

    once your pics in focus and you start bursting shots, after the subject moves out of the focus point they'll be blurry

    your best off just auto focusing, i shoot alot of things that require fast focusing and minimal intervals between shots

    ...really isnt a problem, unless your shooting many pics of cars or races it shouldnt be a problem

    in well lit situations, autofocus will work for you just fine

    its when you get to dark areas that will bring problems
     
  16. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    I don't expect to take any shots of moving objects in dark or at night.
    Thanks for the help, I'll probably end up getting the D40.
     
  17. kmcdon3960

    kmcdon3960 Elite Member

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    Theres a mode called AI-Servo that's made just for moving objects. I use it all the time when I shoot shows or the like, basically as long as you have the shutter half-pressed, it will constantly reevaluate the focus and track your subject, that way when you hit the button there's almost no lag from focussing. The downside is that it can eat up some batteries if you're shooting for a while like that.
     
  18. -Empty-Can-

    -Empty-Can- Elite Member

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    seywhat- Nice photos man. I like them alot
     
  19. thesecks

    thesecks Senior Member

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    more photos, less pish pash. flicking through this thread is dull now man, post some dam photos

    since I'm a fine one to talk, I haven't got any recent ones, I'll go for some old classics though

    These were taken some time ago, flickr states they were uploaded august 2007, dayum

    Waiting for 2 fucking recent films now

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  20. kmcdon3960

    kmcdon3960 Elite Member

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    what kind of film is that, lots of grain, v. nice