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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-13-2010, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

Lets see what everyone is using to take these great photos on here.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-13-2010, 04:50 PM
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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

I haven't posted any pictures for roughly a year, but i use both types of cameras.

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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

Use both.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-13-2010, 05:45 PM
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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

P/S most of the pics I take are incidental to some other activity, ie hunting, hiking, or fishing. P/S is easier (IMO) to carry around and use while I am out and about.

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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

I use a DSLR for all pictures.
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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

use Both......my p&s is easier to carry when involved "multi-tasking"(hunting/fishing)

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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

Primarily DSLR, but the PS is more convenient when hunting or fishing.

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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

Well I don't have a digital, but I still use my old Nikon N50 SLR, really like the way it takes pics
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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

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Well I don't have a digital, but I still use my old Nikon N50 SLR, really like the way it takes pics
I would love to get a old SRL Nikon film camera to play around with maybe one day I will.
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Re: Digital SLR or Point & Shoot?

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Well I don't have a digital, but I still use my old Nikon N50 SLR, really like the way it takes pics
I would love to get a old SRL Nikon film camera to play around with maybe one day I will.
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