Marquandphotoblog

old cameras

I came across some websites that sell old film formats that nobody sells anymore-

film for classics

the frugal photographer

Also the Nikon D200 is coming out this month

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6 responses

  1. Anonymous

    This is the first I’ve heard about this camera. What’s the difference between the 20D -other than the obvious. Doesn’t looks like it’s a full 35mm censor like the 5D. The consensus around here is that Canon’s are much better digital cameras. Everyone and their mom has a 20D.

    Do you have any thoughts? Do you get comments posted to your rss feed on lj, I wonder.

    LJ-augauche

    December 8, 2005 at 6:36 pm

  2. mike

    No it doesn’t have a full frame censor. I don’t really know that 20D too well, I’ve always used Nikon. But I used to do a lot of retouching for a guy who shot with a cannon and it seemed like my files from my
    Nikon D100 (6mp) could stand a lot more interpolation and contrast/color correction that his 20D. I kind of feel like the Cannon cameras
    in general just give a lower quality digital file. But that’s also just from my own experience I havn’t done tests or anything. I’ve also heard that Nikon lenses are sharper.

    December 8, 2005 at 8:43 pm

  3. sarah

    oh man that is the camera i want, but there is no way i’ll get it right now. i’m looking at maybe a d50.. i don’t know.

    December 8, 2005 at 11:53 pm

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