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Basically unless you are regularly making prints greater than A3 under normal shooting conditions it is extremely difficult to tell which camera within even a vaguely similar price bracket has been used. In low light some cameras are better than others, and if you want to take a crop from a small part of the frame a higher resolution sensor will give a better image. Metering systems on all modern cameras are very good and under average conditions they'll all produce...
Great book - it even references Styleforum
The Nikon D3300 is a solid basic DSLR, and I'm sure the entry-level Canon is fine (I prefer Nikon's handling and the kit lens is marginally better but there's little to choose between them).Don't rule out Compact System camera's 'mirrorless' either - the Olympus OMD E-M10 mk II is a nice little camera (and if you can pick one up cheap the older mk 1 is perfectly decent). Similarly the Panasonic GX7 is being discounted with the GX80 coming out and is still a very good...
Sorry, only online stores.
"Infamy! Infamy! They've all got it in for me" (Kenneth Williams)Sadly I know I'm big in Japan, arguably huge if half the measurements on Size 4 pieces are too be believed
Zenmarket.jp (styleforum affiliate) are very reliable
Sunday, and supposedly Spring, but bitterly cold again... Kapital x3 RW
Saturday. The sun was shining but bitterly cold for late April. Hat, shirt, coat: Blue Blue Japan Scarf: Superior Labor Pants: Needles (photo doesn't really show frayed side seams) Docs (light a bit too contrasty - needed fill-in flash, but tried to rescue photo)
@brad-tGood to see you back, and I'm glad life is less shitty.
Photo angle makes it hard to judge length, but it looks okay. They're designed to be fairly short - if it reaches your belt it should be fine.
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