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Euphro says:

Thank you very much :D

I'm only just getting the hang of the D100, and remembering how to work manually :)

10th Dec 2007, 01:43

swamprose says:

D100 is looking good. is Nikon the future? I love my Canon...

10th Dec 2007, 05:55

Euphro says:

I think it's all a question of lens legacy :)

As you might remember, I have three Canon compacts (S40, S50 and G7), all of which I love.

10th Dec 2007, 06:00

swamprose says:

it is always so nice to have you in a relatively near time zone.

what is your lens?

I am looking for a faster lens, and everything I want seems to be Nikon! Your Canon loyalty has never been in doubt.

10th Dec 2007, 06:26

Euphro says:

The D100 has a manual 35-70 mm zoom. It's been interesting using it and I feel that only today have I started to get the kind of results that I'm used to from the D50.

Metering was one problem (it sort-of works), but colour space and hue correction were also things I needed to experiment with. The D100 is great in that it has external manual controls for a lot of things that are hidden away in menus in the D50. It also has depth-of-field preview, which is very nice.

Anyway, I've found a cheap 18-55 AF lens on Cragslist and I hope to buy it tomorrow.

10th Dec 2007, 06:54

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