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by spiritualspatula » Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:39 am

Yes, that CF card will work with your 5d. However, read/write speeds may be inconsistent or slower than claimed because your camera is pre UDMA. Presumably, your card reader is as well, so same thing goes there. But mainly, the point is that yes, it will work.

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by godskid5 » Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:01 pm

im looking at getting either a canon xsi, or nikon d3000. i prefer the nikon, but the lenses seem more expensive. does anyone know where you can get good quality, used nikon af-s lenses at a good price??

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by dustyj » Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:46 pm

godskid5 wrote:im looking at getting either a canon xsi, or nikon d3000. i prefer the nikon, but the lenses seem more expensive. does anyone know where you can get good quality, used nikon af-s lenses at a good price??


try ebay or fredmiranda.com

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by jthomas » Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:39 pm

dustyj wrote:
godskid5 wrote:im looking at getting either a canon xsi, or nikon d3000. i prefer the nikon, but the lenses seem more expensive. does anyone know where you can get good quality, used nikon af-s lenses at a good price??


try ebay or fredmiranda.com


IMHO the best, most reputable place for used gear is KEH.

www.keh.com

They have an incredible selection, are very conservative in their condition ratings and have a great reputation in the photo community. They are very honest and easy to do business with, unlike the scum you run into on ebay.

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by Up2zmtns » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:23 pm

Diego Sahagún wrote:
Diego Sahagún wrote:How fast is the auto cleaning system of the Canon 1000D :?:


Well :?:


Very Fast, a quick vibration is sent through the sensor, shaking dust off. On my 5d it runs every time your turn the camera on/off, I assume it is exactly the same on the rebel.

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by Diego Sahagún » Thu Jul 15, 2010 1:31 am

Thanks Up2.

What trademark would you prefer for a circular polarized filter :?: Hoya or Kenko :?: I don't know what to buy for my 62 mm lens, a Hoya (44€) or a standard Kenko (36€). Will be there more purple light effects in the skies of my pics if using Kenko instead of Hoya :?:

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by Diego Sahagún » Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:52 am

I bought the Hoya for 35.95€. Thanks for your concise advices :wink:

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by slowbutsteady » Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:55 pm

Why are we seeing a forum post that is 6 years old??

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