>My question: I read somewhere that if you do a lot of >editing, post processing, that a higher MP camera will be >better? I have a D90 now and I'm looking for a 2nd camera. > >What I do with my camera: I'm a hobbyist that does pet >photography and all proceeds go to animal rescue groups. So >I'm not out attempting to make income for myself aka weddings >and such. I"m not looking for the best of the best. > >I was wondering if the higher MP count would be better since I >do love to post process? I've heard the D7000 is a great >camera and well built for the elements, i do shoot out in the >snow. > >I want a back up because I've already had to send my D90 in >for a repair and had to reschedule some people. > >Any input? I can go up to 1,200 in my budget but would rather >I didn't. > >Kelly ( I know who to ask, Nikonians!) > >PS, I tried to repay for the silver and my card kept getting >declined. I have the money! Not sure what's up. Will keep >trying or just use paypal.
I have no input on the camera.... but you can call your debit card customer service and find out what the problem is. It may be that the charge is showing up as an international billing and their security is declining it.
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