What digital camera to buy???



22 replies to this topic
  • Stumpy

Posted May 24, 2002 - 09:23 PM

#21

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  • TJames

Posted May 24, 2002 - 09:26 PM

#22

YZ400COURT -

Didn't mean to exclude anyone. Bill never sent me an email or responded to anyone's reply so I guess he's not that interested anyway.
I'd be willing to help anyone out with any questions they may have. I know more about cameras than I do about fixing motorcycles – that’s why I offered my help.
Personally I own about 6 digital cameras. Half of which are commercial quality and don't apply here. The others are still professional quality but more reasonable priced ($5,000 and under). The Nikon D1 being my favorite. I also have an Olympus and a Minolta, both that I highly recommend.
There's a lot of options depending on what your skill level is and uses will be. It's also a lot of money to spend so that's why I wanted to get with him directly.

Didn't mean to offend.

Tim

  • Bill

Posted May 24, 2002 - 10:17 AM

#23

No, it means Bill crashed yesterday and can barely get around the house.

Thanks for the information folks. Looks like "for the money", I'll stick with buying parts for the blue beast and wait for technology, to bring the price down.

Bill :)




 
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