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Charles Kushner

I've never really liked Nikon cameras. I was initially impressed with the D200, although after more than a week of habitual use, I began to find chinks in its armor. My main concern with Nikon's new line of digi slr's is that they don't really up the bar at all. 12.5 MP will be crap within 5 years, so why would I invest in something that I know won't hold up with the industry standard? Fact is the entire Digital SLR field will be flipped upside down once Adobe releases their lightfield lense. In the meantime I'm waiting and saving to buy a camera when that lense is released. A Canon XTi is adequete to the D200 until then, actually I'm willing to argue that the XTi surpasses the D200 in many areas.


Charles - The Nikon D3 @ 12MP is targeted at Canon's EOS-1D Mark III high-speed sports type camera. Nikon will release a high MP monster in 6 months to compete with Canon's top of the line cam that's over 20MP. Also, a camera is a tool - if the XTi serves you well then so be it. My D200 will outshoot your XTi anyday though...

Robert Casavant

Greetings to all,
I feel there are 2 importand tools used to create an excellent photo.
The camera features provide 80%.
the remaining 20% is the software used to perform final ajustments.
Every digital camera I have owned (5)comes with software, each one has their own strengths.
I use software which is the BEST overall, lets share your ideas about the BEST DIGITAL SOFTWARE, and at what cost.
Robert Casavant

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