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D7000's ripple effect

enesunkie

Buffalo, US
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"RE: D7000's ripple effect"

enesunkie Silver Member Nikonian since 23rd Apr 2008
Mon 27-Sep-10 09:57 PM

Stan, you make a lot of good points. At this point in the hobby, coming from a D60 to a D7000 would be a huge step up in control. While I thought it would have all the external controls that I thought I would need, in trying to shoot exclusively in A, S and M modes, I can now see the advantage to having more. Hopefully the 25 or so buttons, switches and dials will be enough cause it will be hard to justify here at home that I just “need” to have more!
In 10 lifetimes, I don’t think I could have as many attractive friends as you!
Maybe we’ll talk sometime, 73
KU2RT

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