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  1. #16
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    Troutly's going to retire to work at the camera dept in Best Buy.

    Damn man, you are good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saleen367
    Troutly's going to retire to work at the camera dept in Best Buy.

    My dream job!!!
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    I currently have a cannon 10d slr, it takes great photo's and uses 35mm slr lenses, but I also have a Olympus 5050 digital camera with a fixed 28-105 lense and it takes great pictures also. I guess you need to decide how much you want to spend and how much lense you really need. the digital slrs are great but are bulky and cost a lot more. but you can get a lot closer with a longer lense. there is always a trade off.

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    Troutly:
    When you begain printing larger prints, what will be your printer of choice?
    Dr.Jeff:
    What printer do you like?
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    Another thing you want to consider is the time delay. Quite a few cameras today are quicker than my Nikon 995. Mine powers up slow, takes a while to focus and once the shutter is pressed there is a time delay to when the picture is actually taken. This is why I have to take sooooo many pictures. I get 1 or 2 good pictures for every 10 or so shots I take. My camera is quite a few years old and works great for "stills". It's not an "action" camera. I get a lot of fuzzy's due to the speed. But on the other hand I can't beat the quality of the picture. The quality is exceptional. I would rival my camera with any of the top cameras on the same "still" playing field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bajapit
    Troutly:
    When you begain printing larger prints, what will be your printer of choice?
    Dr.Jeff:
    What printer do you like?
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    Right now I have a HP-1220C Pro Series. It will do up to 11 x 17. Not sure I will stick with that printer though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bajapit
    Troutly:
    When you begain printing larger prints, what will be your printer of choice?
    Dr.Jeff:
    What printer do you like?
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    I don't print 99% of my picts, the one or two that I do print I usually send off if I want a bigger nicer, keepsake picture to somewhere like Ofoto.

    I have an HP940C an HP4100 and an HP5100 all of which will do nice 8x10's but none touch the quality of sending it out.
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    If you like larger prints check out the canon i9900 photo printer. It does up to 13x19 and they look great. I love mine.
    If you use the right paper you cant tell that they are printed

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    My old Canon Printer with the Photo Cartridge Printer better prints than the photo labs.
    But it cost more that a lab to operate. White Borders were whiter.
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