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100L en route. Early birthday present.
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100L en route. Early birthday present.

Nice, youll love it, amazing IQ and the IS has worked down to 1/10 for me handheld.
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Yeah, I'm looking forward to it. Will be good to have in the bag for macro shots (yeah, I know you can do macro with the 24-70 or just about any lens with tubes, but this is just easier). Helps too since I'm helping out a friend tomorrow by taking some shots of some minis for him.
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I wanted a 100L for shooting product at work when we dumped our Phase One setup, but I never was able to get my hands on one for some reason. Not availability per se, just always came after other things.
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I wanted a 100L for shooting product at work when we dumped our Phase One setup, but I never was able to get my hands on one for some reason. Not availability per se, just always came after other things.

Cost of equipment aside, did you prefer shooting MF digital or film more?
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Depends on what for. For my personal stuff, film. For work, digital by far.
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Depends on what for. For my personal stuff, film. For work, digital by far.

Pretty much the answer I expected.
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Digital is just way too expensive for anything but product or studio work to make it worthwhile. We sold our work setup because we were able to contract the work out for cheaper -- plus, it pulled me away from all the other stuff i have to do on a daily basis, so it was the right choice to make.
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Anyone used the Nikon D5200 ? I think I might buy it for my upcoming school projects.
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Anyone used the Nikon D5200 ? I think I might buy it for my upcoming school projects.

If its in your budget, id move up to the D7000. Much better camera, only $750 for the body on b&h.
D5200 is still a great camera though. It feels dinky in my hands though, so I skipped it. I am 6'4" though so that could be it.
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