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Old May 1st, 2005, 05:16 PM   #106
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Thanks, & feel free to re-post, etc.

User-report database of lenses... tons of Nikon, and I assume lots of Canon, Sigma, etc.:


Dig around & find the "user reports database" (or somethin' like that...) Someone may want to cross-post this to the general Micro35 area? If you feel the link is gold, you may want to sticky it for a while? It's been a real boon for me, when considering dropping my hard-earned cash for a lens I haven't rented or tested before.

Oh... hope I didn't P.O. any D100 users... but, the D70 (digital SLR body) has faster startup and image processing (I can fill up an entire fast CF 256mb card on large & fine JPEG at full motor drive speed without a hitch), a compression engine that is generally considered a little "smoother" than the D100, and (IMHO) a much easier to use menu structure. However, the D100 *does* have that nice vertical grip available...
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