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 Post subject: Hello from Scotland
PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 11:47 am 
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Hi there,

I'm Crisdean from Scotland and stumbled across this site when I youtubed for digital slr reviews.

Completely new to slr so I hope to find some answers on this board.


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Hi and welcome on-board Chrisdean, hope you find everything you need from this friendly and informative forum/site.


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Welcome on-board Crisdean!

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Nah haven't forgotten that :) Was practising with my dads old analogue Fuji :)

Hopefully will be able to buy a D90 (with battery grip) or a D300.


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Welcome Crisdean! :)

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Welcome Crisdean! :)


Cheers! I can't wait but am a bit undecided. The D90 lacks 5mm of height to feel really comfortable in my hands but it's more than enough for me. Even the video mode doesn't bother me.

However the D300 has the height but is really expensive. Has anyone by any chance a picture of the D90 with battery grip and can let me know if it's not too bulky in every days use?

youtube features videos but it's not as good as an image or you guys letting me know. Couldn't drive to Jessops as our roads are nearly undriveable. Well up here atm.


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Hi crisdean, welcome m8

I had the d90 with grip and I thought it balanced it very well.

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Alan wrote:
Hi crisdean, welcome m8

I had the d90 with grip and I thought it balanced it very well.


Will it fit in a bag without problems? Mind you am up in Greenock! So not too far from Largs :)


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Hi & Hello Warm Welcome to Cameralabs Forum! 8)


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